AIR Studios' John Webber opts for Little Labs Monotor headphone amp - Audio Media International

AIR Studios' John Webber opts for Little Labs Monotor headphone amp

Little Labs created the Monotor when they realised there was a need for an audiophile headphone amp designed for the working audio engineer providing accurate, low fatigue, great sounding source analysis.
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AIR Studio’s John Webber has incorporated the Little Labs Monotor headphone amp in his studio.

According to the award-winning mastering engineer, “Headphones are more important in mastering than some may think, they’re useful for intricate restoration jobs and a useful reference for clients in attended sessions.

“The Monotor sounds clean and punchy and seems to suit every set of headphone load we’ve tried. It’s also a great touch that the box supports 1/4inch and 3.5mm terminations.”

Webber offers services for CD, vinyl, direct to disc recording, multichannel/stems, mix consultation, Mastered For iTunes (accredited) and hi resolution audio. He has mastered/cut records for a diverse range of artists including George Michael (including the UK number 1 album Listen Without Prejudice/MTV Unplugged 2017), David Bowie, The Divine Comedy, Super Furry Animals, Ghostface Killah and BAD BAD NOT GOOD.

Little Labs created the Monotor when they realised there was a need for an audiophile headphone amp designed for the working audio engineer providing accurate, low fatigue, great sounding source analysis.

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The headphone amp's highlights include an almost completely passive ‘zen circuit’, along with internal super low noise linear voltage regulation.

The unit has a list price of £480 ex VAT and is distributed in the UK through Funky Junk.

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