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Old 03-08-2013, 05:17 AM
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No, I don't mean volume. High output impedance can cause frequency response variations. See:

Clip+ (0.5Ω) with my Shure SE425 IEMs:

iPod Classic (5.5Ω) with the same IEMs:

EMU 0204 USB (23Ω) with the same IEMs:

My laptop's onboard audio (74Ω) with the same IEMs:

In those examples, you can see the mids and highs being emphasized in increasing amounts, as the output impedance increases. You'll get different results with different cans.

All of them have a flat frequency response, when unloaded:

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