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He is a big fan and promoter of the BACCH4mac thing here at AA. NO one else uses it here, AFAIK.
I know he uses it with stereo speaker systems but I'm not sure if he has tried it with headphones.
And I'm upgrading to the Audiophile version.
Analog Scott has the Audiophile version, AFAIK. He's considering upgrading to the Audiophile+.
The reason I asked is because it supposedly completely changes the listening experience of headphones. Instead of the listening experience being " in and around your head", it is in your space. The review I read stated that he thought he was listening to his speakers while listening to his headphones.
... that the Basic uses manual measuring tape measurements for the room while the Audiophile version uses more accurate acoustic measurements. But this is for loudspeaker usage, I think...
Would the Audiophile version offer additional sonic benefits over the Basic version for headphone users then ? Once again, I'd ask Analog Scott about any possible advantages/disadvantages, for the headphone user.
If you're looking at their website, you will see that there is an Audiophile and an Audiophile+ (headphone) option.
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