Well now with the launch of the Adagio line FAD have a more entry level line of earphones which intriguing enough in its self. So what I have got is in the middle of the line. Joined May 20, Posts Likes Nice review you have there bro. I lol a lot at the "Who needs accessories" part.
Good job!! Owner's Manual. It offers state-of-the-art specifications that rival or exceed the measured performance of solid-state phono stages, but with an all-vacuum-tube signal path. And, the Adagio is dead quiet, with a signal-to-noise ratio approaching the theoretical minimum set by the cartridge itself.
The combination of high gain and low noise allows the Adagio to accommodate almost any moving magnet or moving coil cartridge. The Adagio uses a separate power supply to eliminate hum and power line interference. The phono stage itself is compact only 8. The power supply can be placed in any convenient remote location up to 6 feet away and switched from the main phono stage. Oh, and excuse my writing as I am not a native English speaker and can't afford a proofreader. Also, just because I don't write in a negative tone doesn't mean I don't write down the negative aspect of a gear.
I do get things wrong just like everyone else. Always do your own research! Which Way up? To Amp, or Not to Amp? Neutral vs. Natural: A Thought. The Sound Choice. Interested in earbuds listing? Check out my Earbuds Roundup page.
Interested in portable amp? Please reach me via the Contact Page. You can also find me over at Head-fi. It is not to say they never make good IEM that I like — quite the contrary, I actually do find two or three of their mid end IEM models to be decent, both in sound and price.
The good news is that the Adagio series is much lower priced than many of its expensive siblings, but does it sounds good and offers good value?
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