New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by zantetsuken

Running a Windows 7 x64, i7 920 processor, 9gb ram, with foobar as my player set to "Schiit USB audio device". 
Thanks for that guys just to add though I'm using a USB input, not SPDIF stream, and the click does not come from the chassis but from the speakers themselves occasionally, as though they were being fed a higher signal intermittently (its not common, but just thought I should check that it's not a fault or anything). It seems that the clicks occur randomly, in the middle of a song rather than between songs. 
Has anyone gotten random clicks while listening to any of the Schiit gear? I've just purchased a Lyr with stock tubes running with a LCD2 and Uberfrost, I seem to hear these clicks every now and then randomly when the music plays. I'm wondering if it could be the tubes?
Hi guys, running a foobar>Uberfrost>Lyr with stock tubes>LCD2, I keep hearing a 'click' every now and then in one of the sides, not occuring when no music is playing. I tried to quickly search for it in the forums and found nothing. Anyone know of this phenomena? Thanks.
apologies - thread posted twice. Moderator can you please delete this thread.
Quote: Originally Posted by Young Spade I never said it was bad And IMO the LoD connection on iPods give you a small boost in SQ, it also depends on how good your amp is as well. IMO if you're liking the sound you're getting out of the headphone jack, don't spend money on the LoD and amp, instead upgrade your phones is there anything that doesnt need an amp that i can also use with my computer and stuff?...like the D2000's or something? Im now...
Quote: Originally Posted by Young Spade Yea, but don't get me wrong it is a really good signal you're getting. Other DAPs that have a line out port (just for future reference) are the I think... two newest Sony players (LoD from ALO Audio), s:flo2/T51, iRiver has an optical out... and an iMod. That's just off the top of my head though; there's a thread around here somewhere with all of the current players with a line out if you're still interested....
Quote: Originally Posted by frenchbat Yes it is . The design is a bit "old fashion" now, given they were designed in the mid-90s, but the ER4 are still a good contender. Around here a lot of people are discarding them because of their bass, saying they lack what's needed. The best word to describe ER4 is precision, which means you're not gonna hear anything that is not meant to be heard. For some people that makes them cold and treble emphasized, while...
how are the etymonics in terms of sq? i dont think they have the 3 driver thing the UE's got going? I checked out the isolation 35-42 dB of sound isolation is some crazy isolation...thats like people screaming next to you and all you can hear is a squeal. very impressive. also from another thread "Mercuttio Headphoneus Supremus Join Date: Apr 2005 Location: Brooklyn, NY Posts: 5,293 I love my Etys. I love them because they're revealing and extremely accurate....
Quote: Originally Posted by Young Spade Oh no I don't have anything against him getting the phones; I'm all for it to be honest. I was just wanting to make sure he knew what kind of sound signature that the Triple's had (slightly emphasized treble, slight recess of mids, moderate soundstage), so he wouldn't be surprised and possibly turned off by this when he got them. But yea at under 200 they are amazing; shoot I'd pay up to 300; well I'd be able to...
New Posts  All Forums: