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    Welcome Ash! Thats a very nice little pile of Schiit!
    As a newb in the Schiit territory, but quite experienced headphones user, i can only say; audition the Schiit Jotunheim with your 650's, preferably with a balanced cable conversion!
    I bought mine with the phono option, mad performance for pocket change!

    Anyways, welcome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlfaGTV View Post
    Welcome Ash! Thats a very nice little pile of Schiit!
    As a newb in the Schiit territory, but quite experienced headphones user, i can only say; audition the Schiit Jotunheim with your 650's, preferably with a balanced cable conversion!
    I bought mine with the phono option, mad performance for pocket change!

    Anyways, welcome!
    Thanks. Was thinking of getting the Lyr as I wanted a valve amp. I'll look into the Jotenheim for sure.... Finding a place to audition this stuff is really difficult

    Who does balanced cables for the HD 650?

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    Hi Moderators

    I didn't know where else to post this...
    Where would be the best place to ask who best to approach to get my Technics SL1210 Mk2 serviced and perhaps have some upgrades done?
    Related posts all seemed DIY by clearly really talented folk... I'm actually looking for someone to do the necessary work for me.

    Your advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
    Ash

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    Try the technipedia in analogue. Someone there should know
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Try the technipedia in analogue. Someone there should know
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash_R View Post
    Thanks. Was thinking of getting the Lyr as I wanted a valve amp. I'll look into the Jotenheim for sure.... Finding a place to audition this stuff is really difficult

    Who does balanced cables for the HD 650?

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    Apologies! Late as usual...
    Anyways, there are many options for balanced cables for the HD-650.
    Both your local dealer and all kinds of online suppliers have cables and adapters available. However, i would advise against using any form of balanced adapter with the Jotun as it actually is a fully balanced amp.
    Many people convert their original cable too.

    Just google "balanced cable Sennheiser HD-650" and you shall find!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlfaGTV View Post
    Apologies! Late as usual...
    Anyways, there are many options for balanced cables for the HD-650.
    Both your local dealer and all kinds of online suppliers have cables and adapters available. However, i would advise against using any form of balanced adapter with the Jotun as it actually is a fully balanced amp.
    Many people convert their original cable too.

    Just google "balanced cable Sennheiser HD-650" and you shall find!
    Thanks. "Better late than never"

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