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Thanks! VLC is good, but I think this sound a bit better
I have something inbound, will post when I get it
Alot of nice portable rigs in here!  
Was this the dog pads?
Haha! Very nice! Bet your friend was like: "Bboy500! Why is my music sounding better?! Screw you, I want my itunes with 128kbps songs back RIGHT NOW!"
After read alot of your impressions (thank you all!) I've come to think that they will complement eachother very nicely.   The HD800 for the more analytical listening sessions with HQ tracks and the HE500 for the more fun/relaxed listening sessions with poorly mastered song and such, does this notions seem correct?  
You're welcome! The EQ was implemented after I made this thread. I haven't had time to tinker with it yet, but it one of a very few plugins (and music-softwares for that matter) that have both wasapi and an EQ setting.   Cheers! That's why we do all of this stuff in the end, it's all for the music Implementing and using maiko wasapi was also one of the first audiorelated upgrade I did. After that I started re-ripping my CDs to FLAC, the differences were huge! From there...
I got the V3 yesterday, they sound really really good. I have posted my impressions in the V3-review thread if you want to take a look.  
I use the ODAC/O2 with the MD and have never heard them better. In this hobby we will always be surprised and want the "NEW AND FABULOUS SO CHEAP GO BUY NOW" amp or dac. The ODAC/O2 is more than enough to drive orthos (I also use the HE500 with the combo).   So unless you want to: -Drive HE-6 -Want to pay more to have better aesthetics (looks) -Want other options  (inputs, preamp etc...)   ...the ODAC/O2 will be more than enough.   Think about it, no one have heard this...
I am gonna give kudos to Project86 who have described these nearly to perfection. I can relate to everthing that he says in his review. However here are my impressions of two days of listening. I have bee driving them with the ODAC/O2 combo.   Bass: Extends deep. It is a bit elevated, but it is never too much. Makes them give a slight warm presentation to the overall pictures.   Mids: The mids are very fluid and transparent. It feel like the upper mids are a bit...
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