Little Dot MK V MK5 Solid State Mosfet Headphone Amplifier

SKU: FM082
Price: US$ 357.98
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  • Provides two inputs so you can connect two sources
  • Top-of-the-line single-ended solid-state headphone amplifier
  • Sound-stage and imaging ability afforded by the "Dual-Mono" circuit
  • Sound performance is equal with it's vacuum tube-based brother (Little Dot MK IV)


The Little Dot MK V is our top-of-the-line single-ended solid-state headphone amplifier in the Little Dot MK-series. A "dual-mono" design essentially has two amplifiers within the same chassis with dual power sources, dual rectification, dual filters, and dual voltage regulation! This allows for vastly improved channel separation, reduced cross-talk and minimal inter modulation distortion resulting in expanded sound-stage, imaging precision, and lower overall noise.

Technical Specifications:

"Dual-Mono" design: Combines two independent amplifiers, one for each channel
Dual transformers, dual rectifiers, double filtering, bi-symmetric regulator
MCU for input switching, ON/OFF protection, stand-by control
Frequency response: 10 hz~100 Khz (< -0.5dB)
THD+N: 0.05% (100 mW @ 300 ohm 1KHz)
Power Output:
187 mW @ 300 ohm
250 mW @ 120 ohm
500 mW @ 32 ohm
Power Consumption: 12W (228V x 0.053A)
Recommended Load Impedance: 32 ohm~600 ohm
Input Impedance: 20K ohms
High quality aluminum chassis
RCA Jacks (American CMC/Van Den Hul)
Dimensions (Metric): 300mm (L) by 210mm (W) by 60mm (H)
Dimensions (English): 11.8 in (L) by 8.27 in (W) by 2.36 in (H)
Weight: 3.5 Kg or 7.71 lbs
1 Year Little Dot Warranty

Customer Questions & Answers

Alan Bridgens
Alan Bridgens

Hi, I am interested in the Little Dot MK5. I have heard that there can be some issues with 'buzzing' when used with low impedance headphones. My headphones are Denon AH-D7100 that have an 25 ohm impedance. Will they be OK with this amplifier or am I likely to suffer from this issue? I am in the UK, are there any issues with buying from this website?    Regards Alan

12/5/14 2:05 PM Asked.

That's not a big problem for headphones with lower impedance. The factory can help user to lower the amplification factor when they produce this item. You just have to turn down the gain switch a little, then you can enjoy your music. And there isn't any influence with headphones within 300 ohms, if you use 600 ohms headphone, you just have to turn up the volume. Thanks.

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