Burson Audio Ha-160d User Manual

Posted : admin On 12/26/2021

May 21, 2010 Burson Audio Melbourne, or Team Burson as they’re affectionately known, don’t seem to like integrated circuits much. As a matter of fact, they’ve published an extensive article on their website as to why integrated circuits suck and are only used by dodgy manufacturers that want to cut down. Mar 01, 2012 The HA-160DS is the baby brother of the original HA-160D and comes in a good bit cheaper at around $800-900 US but by no means consider it a ‘lesser’ in terms of sound quality. To get the attractive price point Burson Audio had to do a bit of tweaking with the original HA-160D. The Burson HA-160DS is a result of a request from Burson’s Hong Kong distributor who asked for a more streamlined version of the HA-160D. Many headphone users listen exclusively to headphones, hence voiding the need for a pre amp.

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Burson Audio Ha-160d User Manual Download

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Burson Audio Ha160d Amp Dac

The HA-160 is an uncompromising reference class headphone amplifier packed with Burson technologies, Burson refinement and Burson passion.
Input impedance: 47 KOhms
Frequency response: 5Hz (-0.3dB) to 35 kHz (-1dB)
Signal to noise ratio: >98dB at 0dB gain
THD: <0.001% at 6mW/300 Ohms
Channel separation: >70dB/10kHz
Output power: 650mW/300 Ohms, 800mW/60 Ohms
Output impedance: line out 60 Ohms, phones out 5 Ohms
Power dissipation: <10W, internal, regulated power supply
Dimensions: 180mm x 250mm x 80mm
Connectors (audio): 2 x phone jacks 6.35mm
2 x gold plated RCA connectors with Teflon isolation
Weight: app. 4.5 kg
Colour: silver anodized aluminium