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Music is made up of two parts: content and sound. When you play a piece of music on substandard equipment, you do not get to enjoy the entire ensemble. And when you don’t listen to music in its whole sonic glory, you’re missing half of it.
Despite many components have built-in headphone amps, they do not do musical recordings the justice they deserve. However, I am confident your music experience will change within seconds of plugging in your headphones into any of the Erzetich headphone amplifiers.
Essentially, your headphones are the same as your stereo speakers and to produce the richest sounds - thick bass, clear sound, less distortion, good soundstage etc – they need an amp. The headphone amplifiers I make are fitted with a double voltage power supply and a high quality input capacitor in the signal path in order to deliver a clear, unimpeded sound.
I pride myself on my work and pay particular attention to detail. Because of this innate need for perfection, every one of my headphone amplifiers have been painstakingly challenging to build – but the end results have been worth the effort in the end.
Every true music lover needs a headphone amplifier and the four available to you in my collection right now cover different sound timbres, approaches and a wide price bracket to suit your budget.
The first headphone amplifier I built was Bacillus. This is my entry-level headphone amp, but delivers a powerful performance with any impedance headphones. My next project was Perfidus, a demon of an amp that picks up details you didn’t realise were there. I extended my range with the Bacillus Tilia which looks and sounds warm yet detailed. My latest project is Deimos, a high-end product and the best headphone amp I have made yet.
To achieve precision sound, I use high quality components and handcraft each individual unit. The entire range is made from aluminum, and two of them sport aged linden wood (Deimos, and Bacillus Tilia) to give them a vintage, yet sophisticatedly modern look. I use wood cut from the linden tree as it is a symbol of my homeland, Slovenia, and of my dedication to music; the linden is a tree of friendship, love and loyalty.