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  I did ask Headroom about it. They told me that they has the latest batch. I'm not really sure which on the "latest" is. I was asking on here to see if anyone had bought one from them lately.    Does anyone know if Windows Media Player will work well with the Fiio E10? Sound quality wise.
  Okay, cool. Where can I find the Asio plug-in?
Does anyone know what batch Headroom currently has?   If I understand this right, the gold RCA connectors reduces the delay down to .1S?
Hi,   What is "asio"?
Hi all,    1.) What should my buffer length be set to when using the E10?   2.) Should my gain be on low or high for a Grado SR60i?   3.) Should I use 16-bit or 24-bit?   4.) Does the gold RCA connector completely fix the time delay?   Thanks, Shane
Hey all,    I am going to buy the Fiio E10 to use with my Grado SR60i's. I have mostly Zune Pass protected WMA files. It has just come to my attention that foobar2000 won't play these files.    I am wanting to know if Windows Media Player could sound as good as Foobar with Wasapi...   Is there a way to restrict all signals with WMP like there is with foobar2000?   Thanks,  Shane
Hi all,   I recently noticed that the channels are not balanced on my Grado SR-60i's. I listened to quite a few different songs and it seems like the singing is louder on the right side. The singing should be directly in the center, yes? I put the left earpiece on my right ear and vice versa to make sure that I was correct. I'm not sure what to do now. It's annoying me to death and I'm past the 30 days for returning them to Headroom. How much would it cost to ship...
  I would get the cheapest Stax, of course.   I'm tired of taking small steps up the chain. I want the best now!
I agree. I've been thinking about upgrading soon. I love the Grado sound! On the other hand, I think that Stax would float my boat too.
I know that I will be criticized for asking this question...but I am going to ask it anyway. I have a little OCD and it's been on my mind lately. I have the Grado SR-60i and I had read somewhere that you could change the sound by placing your hands over the earcups while the music is playing. I did this...and it sounded worse...but then I got to thinking that I may have damaged my headphones by doing this. Can the drivers be damaged by trapping the sound waves and...
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