Graham Slee Solo SRGII headphone amplifier

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Graham Slee Solo SRGII headphone amplifier


" If you need your headphone amp to tell you exactly what is on a recording over and above anything else, you can stop reading the test now and go and buy the Solo SRGII."

"The strengths of the Solo Headphone Amplifier are in the extra high frequency extension, a superb transient response and an unsurpassed dynamic range. Percussion, flutes and bells all have an extra sparkle that breathes life in to the music."

"This unassuming little box delivers a double-whammy of breathtaking resolution and gripping dynamics"

For professional or pristine listener who wants to hear music as originally recorded
Wide-bandwidth performance reproduces music with the highest resolution
Excellent dynamics and agility uncover musical cues missed by other headphone amps
Selected high quality components to achieve its remarkable accuracy and sound quality
Engineered, hand built and fully specification tested in England

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Graham Slee Solo SRGII headphone amplifier

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GRAHAM SLEE SOLO SRGII HEADPHONE AMPLIFIER WITH PSU1 POWER SUPPLY

The Graham Slee Solo headphone amplifier is the choice of several studios and editing suites for one very important reason - the Solo headphone amplifier makes it easy to hear the editing cues. These are musical cues that are part of the performance, but they happen so quickly that lesser headphone amplifiers are not able to resolve quickly enough and thus mask. This makes the editing suite's job very difficult indeed. The wide-bandwidth performance of the Solo headphone amplifier reproduces music with the highest resolution. Coupled with its excellent dynamics, the Solo headphone amplifier is the obvious choice for the professional user or for the pristine listener who wants to hear music as it was originally recorded. The Solo is hand built and fully specification tested in England using selected high quality components to achieve its remarkable resolution and sound quality.

Graham Slee has over 30 years industry experience and has been "behind the scenes" designer in both professional and hi-fi audio, designing and developing a number of preamps and power amplifiers.

Graham Slee Solo SRGII Headphone Amplifier Specifications
- Headphone impedance range: 16 to 600 Ohms preferred; 8 to 2,000 Ohms acceptable
- Power output (rms, both channels fully driven: 2 Ohms: 27mW/channel; 600 Ohms: 23mW/channel
- Distortion (THD plus noise, ref 1kHz): 0.02%
- Frequency response (-3dB): 2 Ohms load: 27Hz - 35kHz; 600 Ohms load: 10Hz - 39kHz
- Output noise (20Hz-20kHz, CCIR quasi-peak): -84dB
- Input sensitivity (for specified power output): 32 Ohms: 250mV rms; 600 Ohms: 775mV rms
- Channel balance: better than 1dB, "9 to 3 o'clock" positions
- Crosstalk: Left to Right -57dB; Input to Input -68dB
- Mute: Signal off mute, non-shorting
- Output Stage: Bipolar class AB
- Supply voltage: 24V DC (nominal)<
- Dimensions (mm): 107w x 50h x 185d (including controls)

Reviews
" If you need your headphone amp to tell you exactly what is on a recording over and above anything else, you can stop reading the test now and go and buy the Solo SRGII. The detail retrieval it manages to conjure up is truly exceptional and this gives the Spektor and Melnikov pieces in particular an immediacy that is extremely impressive. It has no trouble discerning activities from the supporting strings in the Schumann piano trio that are lost in the mix elsewhere. This is then coupled with a tonality with voices and instruments that is unfailingly believable. The really good news is that none of this seems to affect the Solo SRGII's ability to pick up the pace and deliver with the two more uptempo tracks as well. It is able to deliver the thumping bassline of the Satriani piece with impressive agility and timing." - HiFi Choice, November 2015

"The strengths of the Solo Headphone Amplifier are in the extra high frequency extension, a superb transient response and an unsurpassed dynamic range. Percussion, flutes and bells all have an extra sparkle that breathes life in to the music" - Phil Gold, EnjoyTheMusic.com

"If you are serious about headphones go and have a listen to the Solo - and be prepared to buy it there and then" - What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision, 5 Stars

"This unassuming little box delivers a double-whammy of breathtaking resolution and gripping dynamics" - What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision, 5 stars, Ultimate Guide

"Without a shadow of a doubt, the Solo is a very accomplished little amplifier" - Rock Grotto. To read the full review, click here

"...if you're in the market for a great sounding headphone amp and don't want to drop the kilo-bucks needed for "the other guys" amp, I'd seriously consider the Graham Slee's Solo" - TNT-Audio. To read the full review, click here

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