Grado RS1e with Soloist Headphone amplifier

//Grado RS1e with Soloist Headphone amplifier

Grado RS1e with Soloist Headphone amplifier

Enclosed is a photo of my audio system, a Yamaha receiver and CD player, and OPPO BDP-93 blu-ray player. The Burson Soloist headphone amp is being used with my Grado RS1e headphones.

I did extensive research before purchasing the Burson Soloist, and after looking at many different brands, I decided on the Burson. I have no regrets at all, as the sound is improved noticeably, and that is only after a matter of hours use. Once I have properly broken-in the Soloist headphone amp, I can only imagine what the sound improvement will be.

Jim C.

By |2015-02-21T12:36:11+00:00February 21st, 2015|Soloist_Feedbacks|1 Comment

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  1. 22/02/2015 at 2:41 pm - Reply

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    her needs in order to make better choices while buying home audio equipment.
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