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Neoteck 059 vs 106 Blueooth
It has been over four years since I purchased the NTK 059 from Amazon. I bought it with the intention of enhancing my experience while watching TV shows and movies, as well as listening to music.
However, I have only used it less than ten times, totaling less than 20 hours. The reason for discontinuing use of the product was due to changes in my daily schedule, which involved frequent travel between my own home and my parents' home to care for them.
Despite this, I was pleased with the product's excellent sound quality, even when used in conjunction with a somewhat unconventional setup, which included an RF bypass for TV via
-RF bypass for TV via a Digital decoder
-TV connecting with a DVD recorder jus tin case..
-DVD recorder connects to a HiFi [lol] system
-The spare RCA outputs from the DTV were used to connect to the headphone amplifier via a provided cable. The output of the amplifier was then connected to a 5m 3.9mm cable extension to reach the AKG77 headphones on the other side of the salon (5.5+m).
Why do I refer to the Hifi? This is a pre-2000 all-in-one model with 3 CD, 2 cassette, and radio player, plus two mid-level speakers offered with the model, with sound quality inferior to these headphones. There are a few DSP modes for equalization that enhance the sound quality, but they still do not offer the good audio that these headphones offer!
Most times, I used it to watch musical programs from 3 TV stations on the weekends. The best sound among them was on ERT, the Greek national TV network. The second station produced a sharper and more sibilant sound compared to the third station, which was considered to have lower quality sound. The text is free from filler words and employs a formal register with precise word choice. Listening to ERT provided the best experience, with all instruments being heard clearly, although the drums had a slightly sharp sound.
The cable was consistently connected to the DTV receiver, while the amplifier was only used when necessary.
Looking here the bigger model HD106 Each model has the same packing with these accessories included :
- A 3,9 mm jumper with one end 90d angled
-mini USB cable. Mini D plug is used.
-Mini guide All these are put in the same part of the box. Rather not to be used as the amp is very simple to be used. I have seen a video in the Ali page on how the BT can communicate
-the amplifier in the other part of the pack
Both amplifiers have a similar design and controls, with slight differences in operation. The volume knob in the BT model controls the volume and acts as a switch, while in the non-BT model (NTK059), the middle switch functions as the power on/off button. In the NTK160 model, the middle switch acts as the volume gain control.
To activate the Bluetooth mode, simply turn on the NTK160 without plugging any cables into the input socket and activate the BT mode on your device. Both the computer and smartphone paired with the amplifier immediately.
Upon checking the fidelity, I noticed that the Digital TV decoder had a higher treble than expected. Once I plugged the amp with the SCART, I noticed a different audio signature with lower highs. I also tested the NTK 059 with a smartphone and found that the audio quality was poor and similar to the direct audio. Therefore, the NTK 059 appears to be transparent to my ears.
I chose to use a new Nintaus model. The Amoi model has a sibilant sound with less bass and slightly higher trebles in the 1.5-5 KHz range, making it uncomfortable for extended use to my ears .
After experimenting with the same song, which has both treble and bass, I found that the Nintaus model produced slightly more bass at the 1.5-2 db level while maintaining
the same overall sound quality. I also observed that the plug on the 160 cable was slightly larger, requiring more pressure to fit securely.
I opted for the utilization of a novel Nintaus model. The Amoi model exhibits a pronounced sibilant sound characterized by reduced bass and slightly elevated trebles within the frequency range of 1.5-5 KHz, causing discomfort during prolonged usage as perceived by my ears.
The aforementioned illustrates the disparities between employing a direct connection and utilizing the 106 as an amplifier. Extremely low frequencies are effectively amplified.
Contrary to my previous experience, I noticed that the 106 shows a more pronounced bass sound, as indicated by the left portion of each spectrum analysis, with some increased presence in the middle and higher frequencies.