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Originally Posted by Jetlag
I got them at the Ultimate Ears tour. Everyone that showed (much to our surprise) received a free set of super.fi 5 Pros! I was the lucky door-prize winner and also won the custom set of UE10 Pros. No, I'm not kidding.

AFAIK, I think the case is standard with any order from Ultimate Ears. You can even get the top laser engraved with your name (or whatever) on it.
Oh my god.
post #47 of 280
Here is the top of the case (name airbrushed out):



Girlfriend is nagging, gotta head out to watch the fireworks.

BTW, she claimed the super.fi 5 Pros as "hers". Sheesh! I told her "Happy Birthday" after she did. Bad idea in retrospect (she knew I got them for free!) Oooops! I guess I'll have to go out and get her something else for her actual birthday now, maybe a toaster or new vacuum cleaner.
post #48 of 280
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jetlag
I got them at the Ultimate Ears tour. Everyone that showed (much to our surprise) received a free set of super.fi 5 Pros! I was the lucky door-prize winner and also won the custom set of UE10 Pros. No, I'm not kidding.

AFAIK, I think the case is standard with any order from Ultimate Ears. You can even get the top laser engraved with your name (or whatever) on it.
**** !$)#*^@)%)@($%@#
Even if I went to Irvine with a plane it would have been worth it...!!!!
@!#$##$#$^*%#
post #49 of 280
Here are couple pics of my setup, though few things are missing in the pics.



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post #51 of 280
LOL I always wanted to see how the PSP sounds like when it is amped. It must sound crazy with stuff like coded arms.
post #52 of 280
Rnb... are you kidding me!? LOL
post #53 of 280
no,

The PSP stock ear buds didnt seem to reach their full potential, so I need to amplify them, once amplified the ear buds increased in sound stage, and had deepter tighter bass. I guess the ohm load was too much for the psp to handle so the ear buds needed amping. My tube amp just barely meets the power output to amp the psp ear buds,

I may have to resort to a dynahi to push the psp ear buds far enough to show what these mosters earphones are capable of. Im burning them in as we speak the psp ear buds have been burning for about 400 hours, and the snoics keep changing. I think another 1000 hours should have them sounding how they are supposed to.

Thanks for your interest!
post #54 of 280
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Originally Posted by RnB180
The PSP stock ear buds didnt seem to reach their full potential, so I need to
Recable them!
post #55 of 280
oh yes, do a DIY on your buds man!
post #56 of 280
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Originally Posted by GoRedwings19
I have ripped music via lossless and then via the digital out of my soundcard into the ML dac. While the results are fairly good and the sound more than acceptable there is a strange sound effect being applied by my soundcars, some sort of digital processing.

It drives me nutty.
Hi Mike,
the E-MU 0404 is as good as the McCormack UDP1 as a transport to the Dodson IMO. That is via Toslink.

Cheers
post #57 of 280
in the future I plan to recable my PSP ear buds with 8n pure silver teflon insulated wire. and then add acoustic dampening materials inside the tiny driver housing, then terminate the end plug with a cardas rhodium plug or balanced XLR connectors.

that would be mod of the century!
post #58 of 280
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Originally Posted by Jetlag
Front of Living Room/Home Theater:


Back of Living Room/Home Theater:
Forget the system! I really like your paintings.........It would appear that I have to pull-off another Thomas Crown Affair!
post #59 of 280
here is my other set up, not as good as my psp ear buds, bud these will have to do.

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