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Travagans Colors Headphone amp

Mar 30, 2006
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Travagan's Colors is the name of a brand new portable headphone amplifier. It is much smaller than most normal portable amps and only costs $59. The design is quite outlandish since it resembles a dog bone. The question is of course how does this little thing stack up against some of the bigger portable headphone amps.

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I would guess the paper on the back of the PCB is to pretect if from shorting IF it is used in a different type of case. Perhaps if they deside to release a version in a metal casing, one that is more styled towards the look of an iPod.

It could also be to protect the rubber on the casing from the sharp points.

Just my thoughts.