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I have a bottlehead crack. I was wondering if it would be possible to plug in two sets of headphones via a splitter and not damage anything. The cans i would be using are senn hd600 and beyer dt880 600s.
I take the train every morning to work and am looking for some headphones to get me through the monotony. I have a very nice setup for home and don't really need or expect that level of detail when im commuting. I don't want to have to invest in an amplifier. Something cheap (less than $50), portable, that I can throw in a backpack and not worry about. Open to headphones or earbud style, and doesnt have to be noise cancelling. Considering portapros, but would love to...
Looking for a budget dac around $100. If its the ODAC i need RCA outputs.
Well, actually my brother in law needs help. They just moved into a new house and he's looking for some speakers for a home theater. He has points he can use on a couple sites which gives him these three for his top...
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I use my Emu 0404 usb as both my headphone DAC and recording interface, but over the year or so that i've owned it, I cannot get it to play well with my win 7 64 bit system. It is always popping and clicking. I've literally tried everything. Can anyone recommend a replacement, that can act as both a DAC and a small recording interface?
Here you go Ray, makes the photos a little more friendly to view.    
Im going to bump this, my 0404 is just not working.  The drivers will never be updated and I cannot get rid of clicks and pops with windows 7x64 for the life of me. 
Brand New.  Includes all accessories, and is in a limited edition clear plastic.  Asking $sold shipped anywhere in the continental USA.    After watching the spider man sample, i agree it sounds "better" to my ears, but i am not sure why.  There is no way a 128kbps mp3 is going to sound better than the lossless file.  Maybe im missing something. 
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