Little Dot MK2 Headphone Amplifier Tube Review

The Little Dot MK2 Headphone Amplifier Tube is presently among the bestselling tube amplifiers on the market. Many buyers prefer this over other available options since it is portable and lightweight. It is made of durable materials and designed to efficiently produce more natural and warmer sound.

It is popular among stereo enthusiasts since it is user-friendly and can be conveniently used even by those who have no sound-engineering experience, making it one of the best tube amplifiers for home use.

Specifications of the Little Dot Mk2

  • Comes with dimensions 8.5×4.2×4.3 inches
  • Weighs about 5.5 pounds
  • Sold as a SEPP OTL circuit that operates in Class-A
  • Equipped with a gold-plated unbalanced phono RCA input jack
  • Has a ¼-inch gold-plated stereo headphone out
  • Equipped with 6JI driver tubes and 6N6 power tubes
  • Offers a frequency response rate of 20HX-50HZ
  • Features a pre-amplifier output impedance of 10K ohms
  • Works well with headphones with an impedance rate of 32-600 ohms
  • Consumes an average of 28 watts of power
  • Offers a power output of 300mW into 300 ohms, 200mW to 200 ohms and 100mW into 32 ohms
  • Includes three blue jumpers, a user’s manual in English and power cord

1 thought on “Little Dot MK2 Headphone Amplifier Tube Review”

  1. I am using this amplifier “The Little Dot MKII” with upgraded Russian power tubes and GE jan 5654W driver tubes to power my Sennheiser HD-6XX and It is an absolute treat to the ears. I am using FX Audio DAC-X6 as my DAC because this amplifier requires good input power from a DAC or any other source to sound good. My mobile phone or lapttop is unable to provide the input this requires. I think it is minimum 2VRMS, so i highly recommend to use a standalone DAC for this.

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