I’ve been impressed with the original RHNP Headphone Amp for quite some time now actually and what I’ve started to appreciate about it is a slight weight and immediacy it brings while still being quite clean.
Maximum Input Levels
“A” XLR I/P: +22.8 dBu @1kHz
“B” RCA I/P: +14.7dBu @1kHz,
“C” 3.5mm I/P: +3.3dBu @1kHz
As measured with typical headphones, Z=44 Ω: 3.617 VAC RMS @1kHz = 300mW RMS
16 Ω typical Load: 1.933 VAC RMS @1kHz = 230mW RMS
150 Ω typical Load: 5.108 VAC RMS @1kHz = 175mW RMS
.08 Ω @ 1KHz, 16-150 Ω load, 0dBu input
+/- .2dB from 10Hz to 120KHz
Measured with typical headphones, Z=44 Ω, BW 22Hz – 22kHz
“A” XLR Input: -101.9dBV,
“B” RCA Input: -100.9dBV
“C” 3.5mm Input: -88.8dBV
6.5” wide x 4.6” deep and 1.9” tall
Specs for the Fidelice unit don’t seem to be any different, I may be wrong but it would appear possibly an additional or updated finish has been added and it may be tuned more specifically to be fed/matched with the new Fidelice Dac. Either way let’s have a thread for both the RNHP Headphone Amps!