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[FS/SWAP] Eufonika valve headphone amp (upgraded)

Discussion in 'classifieds' started by RichShortland, Aug 27, 2020.

  1. RichShortland

    RichShortland pfm Member

    Eufonika H7 valve headphone amplifier *UPGRADED* (6N1P & 6N13S) + 6.3mm to 3.5mm adapter

    Similar design and make-up to the Bottlehead Crack valve headphone amp.
    I've only had this a few months and it's had really little use.
    I've been able to listen to my main system more than I thought during lockdown so this has had very little use, hence the sale. Capable of driving virtually any headphone load, it really comes alive with high impedance designs like the 250 ohm Beyers or HD600/650 etc.

    This amp uses a sinlge 6N1P and sinlge 6N13S valve, with lots of options for tube rolling to tailor the sound to suit your preferences.

    I have just upgraded the valves, both to NOS Russian stock, the 6N1P to a very nice Sovtek, which has given a nice lift to the sound quality and a lovely inky quiet background. Standard 6N13S also as a spare.

    This amplifier is made of high quality components, all built into a handmade, solid oak wood case. It uses WIMA and NICHICON capacitors, an ALPS potentiometer, NEUTRIK and AMPHENOL headphone and RCA connectors, plus gold plated, ceramic tube sockets.

    Also included is a 6.3mm to 3.5mm headphone adapter. I made this from Neutrik plug/socket and Van Damme Blue Studio series cable. It sounds MUCH better than those horrid gold step down adapters.

    RRP is £299, this has seen barely 15 hours use, plus the new vales only a couple of hours. Perfect condition. Asking £245 posted including £30 of new valves.

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