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John Grandberg´s conclusion:
If you were a tube amp person looking for a solid state amp (for whatever reason), the V181 would be a great choice.
Overall I highly recommend the Violectric V181 as a versatile performer and a great product in general.
It isn't cheap but it is a good value for the price.
Read the whole story: http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/548608/review-violectric-v181-balanced-headphone-amp

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May 2011: HPA V200 review on Head-Fi.org

John Grandberg´s conclusion:
I ranked the V181 as "entry level high end" meaning that it was at the bottom of the highest class of headphone amps.
The V200 edges itself up a little higher than that. In fact, I believe I could get rid of my Luxman P-1u and not miss it much.
The V200 is just that good. If you are interested in a powerful amp that has the ability to cleanly drive difficult planar headphones,
yet has the finesse to produce a hiss-free black background with sensitive in ear monitors,
the V200 makes an excellent choice, and I highly recommend it.
Read the whole story: http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/551173/review-violectric-hpa-v200-amp

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July 2011: HPA V200 review on Head-Fi.org

WarriorAnt
´s conclusion:
Listening to the V200 I never once thought I was listening to an amplifier. It is not an in your face kind of amplifier.
It seems so well balanced in so many regards that it doesn't need to have any particular overbearing
characteristics to give it its overall magic. It simply does its job in every area with confidence and respect and
disappears from the sonic equation in an effortless way.
Read the whole story: http://www.head-fi.org/products/violectric-hpa-v200/reviews/5331

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November 2011: HPA V100 review on Headfonia

Lieven is reporting:
"After a lot of hours of listening, it just is that addictive, I would say the V100 is a fairly neutral sounding amplifier yet it has this warmish signature which I really appreciate. At the same time it gives you a wide and precise soundstage while it always stays fun to listen to. It never gets too analytical and it is very enjoyable with all musical styles and all headphones."
Read the whole story: http://www.headfonia.com/violectric-v100-german-pro-audio-quality-by-lakepeople/

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June 2012 HPA V200 review on Headfonia

After having checked the V100, Lieven judges V200:
"The V200 is the better version of the V100, and that one already was excellent. This one adds power, bass and overall detail and smoothness, but at the same time making it a little less neutral as the V100. I love the Violectric sound and they're both very good amps and I could perfectly live with any of these two as my solid state amp. If I could choose and wasn't on a budget I would go for the V200 for sure, it just is the best of both. If you want to get the best out of your hard to drive headphones, the Violectric models should definitely be on your short list, they are worth every single bit."
Read the whole story: http://www.headfonia.com/violectric-v200-the-german-solid-state/

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July 2012 Lake People G103 and G109 examination on Inner Fidelity

Being very familiar with Violectric amps, John Grandberg was curious about the Lake People performance and quoted it "Stuff We Like".
His conclusion:
"The philosophy of headphone amplification, according to Lake People, is simple: high output voltage; high output power; high damping factor due to low output impedance; and low noise through low internal gain. These four essential ingredients are easy to describe but not always easy to achieve. With the G109, and to a lesser extent the G103, Lake People have accomplished those goals. In the process they have matched or even exceeded the already high performance of the Apex Butte, which is a very respectable accomplishment. I highly recommend each amp within their particular price points."
Read the whole story: http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/lake-people-g103p-and-g109p-headphone-amplifiers

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