I heard you the first time.


I've heard you the first time.

I don't think you can use present perfect tense with 'first time'. Correct?
I'd use simple past. "The first time" is a specific enough reference to make the present perfect inappropriate.
In my opinion there's nothing to object against that.

I've heard you for the first time.
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