Papermate Kilometric <- my everyday non-fountain pen I've got some favourite non-fountain pens from Parker and Sheaffer. Pilots are good too! The differences in performance between a high end Mont Blanc rollerball and a Parker Jotter with gel refill is almost nil so I guess ballpoint/rollerball classes are divided by their fancy looks and materials. Fountain pens is a different story.
Selling DT1350 in great condition!! It comes with the original accessories - smoke/pet free home. Lightly used, 6 months old! It's by far one of the most noise isolating on ear headphone and compared to the HD25, it's got a bigger soundstage, more revealing details and flatter sound signature than the HD25 when I auditioned both cans side by side at the time.
Ultimate Ears launched the UE900, a quad BA IEM!! I personally loved the whole UE line up especially the TF10 which until now I think is still the king of universal IEMs. Can't wait to try this gorgeous IEM!
INTERNAL SPEAKER CONFIGURATION:4 proprietary precision balanced armatures
IMPEDANCE:30 ohms, 1 kHz
SENSITIVITY:105 dB SPL/mW, 1 kHz
FREQUENCY RESPONSE:20 Hz - 20 kHz
CONNECTION:3.5 mm (1/8 inch) gold...
- Highest kbps? 320kbps for mp3 and around 1500-3000++ kbps for lossless formats.
- Best? Lossless or uncompressed formats are the "best" FLAC/ALAC/etc.
- Too much boost, yep. The bass could be dominating the other frequencies.
- Super Audio CD followed by CDs
- No idea.
If you want an SQ boost, you might want to invest in a DAC but whether it's worth the performance:price it depends on you. I am not real sure if an E11 have enough juice for the DT880 but...
Try the TF10, which costs $100-$150 but it's currently undervalued. Trust me, it competes well with the top tier IEMs and until this day, I still regard it as the best universal IEM beating the W4 by a hair. The main issue people have with it is its ergonomics and when compared with others the TF10 isn't too comfortable for hours of listening. Other than that, you'll love it.