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ADL H118

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When Furutech launched their consumer-oriented Alpha Design Labs line in 2011 with the GT40 USB DAC/phono stage, it was clear that the company - which has long had a solid reputation among old-school audiophiles as a manufacturer of interconnects, power supply components, and connectors - was making a serious commitment to serving the new breed of personal-audio enthusiast, without abandoning the gear-and-gadgetry enthusiasts who'd been the company's core fans so far.Read more
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Pros

  • H118's bright tilt and well-mannered midrange
  • solidly built cable
  • and more flexible and easy to manage

Cons

  • Ergonomics are not quite as mainstream as the look
  • bass is tight
  • audio analyzer
  • a laptop computer running
  • difficult to tolerate for more than an hour or so

Key specs

  • 35 Ω
  • , 97 dB
  • 20, 20000 Hz
  • Closed
  • Stereo
  • Over-Ear

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ADL H118 - Technical Overview

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Driver size
60 mm
Best:
Avenzo AV-HP2001
Driver size: 400 mm
Impedance
35 Ω
Best:
Stax SR-003MK2
Impedance: 360000 Ω
Weight
350 g
Best:
LG HBM-210
Weight: 0.01 g

ADL H118 Full Specifications

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General

Stereo
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Over-Ear
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yes
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Sound

35.0 Ω
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< 97
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20 - 20000
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1.57 in
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Dynamic
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2.36 in
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Design

Black
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Closed
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Headband
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Audiophile
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yes
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yes
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Dimensions

12.35 oz
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Features

Volume
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Connectivity

  • 3.5mm
  • 6.35mm
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3.0
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yes
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3.5mm
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yes
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Power

no
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15.0 mW
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