The Audio Space mini-2SE ranks as one of the best push-pull tube amplifiers you will find under $2,000, offering clean spacious sound with solid bass depth and control as well as exceptional build quality. A great alternative to solid state with well above-average build quality, offering nice looks, and at a reasonable price.
No, the Audio space Mini-2SE is not a single-ended amplifier – it’s not going to give you that level of articulation or cohesiveness that better single-ended amplifiers possess. Now, Audio Space does make single-ended amplifiers and better push-pull amplifiers but of course they also cost considerably more money.
Few amplifiers bother with a headphone amp section and when they do it seems to be a cheap op-amp add on just to advertise that it has one. The Audio Space is a serious tube amp. I own a dedicated Antique Sound Lab MG Head DT as well as a Total Bithead headphone amp and the Audio Space mini-2SE is a significant upgrade to both units. With my HD 600, the Audio Space generated significantly better bass response in terms of depth and drive, and sounded more open and spacious than my other headphone amplifiers. The amplifier was free of noise in either stereo or headphone mode. The amplifier has a hint of softness around the leading edges of notes, which I found preferable to the ultralinear mode where it may perhaps be viewed by some as superior or more accurate but comes across as a little more “glassy.” What is nice about the switches is that they give you the ability to make the subtle adjustments to your preferences and perhaps to tailor the sound to your chosen headphones.
The Que Audio Mini Shotgun Pro is a great sounding miniature shotgun for DSLR cameras. It features a +10db and +20db boost, and there are many accessories abatable to get this mic into just about any situation.
The Audio Mini Board is a quick and easy solution to adding sound to your control system. This board incorporates
an amplifier together with a speaker for outputing a wide range of sounds.