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post #106 of 1017
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Originally Posted by Jakets
Since selling my iPod, i found my little no name 512mb flash player, it actually sounds quite good I got it for 30$ on ebay new.



Unamped it does nothing for me though, dosent even begin to push the hd280's.
That mp3 player looks like the ones a cellphone service provider (Rogers) was givingaway with every cell phone purchase like a year ago. My sis got one of them, and somehow managed to pop the lcd screen glass out...
post #107 of 1017
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Originally Posted by Kenny12
What sort of interconnect are you using between the iRiver and the CMoy? Is it just DIY Cat 5 cable attached to generic connectors?
post #108 of 1017
My Rig (Zen Micro 5GB) (sorry about the size!) :

post #109 of 1017
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Originally Posted by Zen_Micro
My Rig (Zen Micro 5GB) (sorry about the size!) :


not a big fan of the red but it looks pretty slick in that pic.
post #110 of 1017
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Originally Posted by azncookiecutter
That mp3 player looks like the ones a cellphone service provider (Rogers) was givingaway with every cell phone purchase like a year ago. My sis got one of them, and somehow managed to pop the lcd screen glass out...
Well thats probably the same one then. First day i got it, i was cleaning the lcd and the glass on it just broke.. I didnt even apply enough pressure to do any harm, or so i thought. Ah well, good thing it was only protecting a 5$ lcd.
post #111 of 1017
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Originally Posted by t10
PouncePony, beautiful 722 man!


Here is an old pic of mine:

Why two NH1's?
post #112 of 1017
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Originally Posted by Sparky191
Why two NH1's?
E10s, they're nice...and thin machines...smallest yet! (and probably the smallest ever )
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(One of the 'buds on my E3cs is clogged(ew..). Any body know of a safe way to clean them??)

Starting at top left...

RCA HP900 vibrating headphones, the infamous Bose Triports( were broken in three spots, sent them in, got new ones no questions asked ), Sennheiser PXC-150.

Center:

Shure E3c

Starting at bottom left...

Iriver Slimx Imp-900, Creative Zen Micro, 20GB Apple Ipod Color( on Serengeti baggie), Rubber Ipod skin.
post #114 of 1017


Very practical (usb plug in unit / drag and drop / rechargeable AAA), pocket friendly, sounds good.
post #115 of 1017
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Originally Posted by Mano


Very practical (usb plug in unit / drag and drop / rechargeable AAA), pocket friendly, sounds good.
Nice rig. Hows the output of the Muvo? I'm considering one for getting around and when I need a lightweight mp3 player.



My portable. X5 to KSC-75 is a stunning combination. These 75's are really the poor man's Grados.

post #116 of 1017
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Originally Posted by Vences5[img
Gorgoroth is a great way to go deaf . How do you like your player with their music? Most of the time all I got was just fuzz and not a lot of definition.
post #117 of 1017
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Originally Posted by phosfiend
And here in the warm embrace of the ATH-PRO700:
How do these sound? You should do a write up, there's almost no information on them here. BTW, nice saitek

jesse
post #118 of 1017
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Originally Posted by XxATOLxX
Nice rig. Hows the output of the Muvo? I'm considering one for getting around and when I need a lightweight mp3 player.

My portable. X5 to KSC-75 is a stunning combination. These 75's are really the poor man's Grados.
As point of reference i can say it has around the same power as my MZ-NH600D (and now that i check the manual its around that rate too, says 5-7mW output, but i think its a clearer signal, and better sound all around on the muvo (to my ears); the power is more than sufficient with my E2cs and the included Creative earbuds, bear in mind they are easy to drive, i dont know if it would do good with hungrier cans.


Maybe someone with a similar setup and hungrier cans can help us? im a bit curious too (planning to buy a Grado SR60-80 or alessandro MS1, but i think those are easy to drive too ).

I do recommend the V200 a lot, its very practic for my particular use: all my University work is very easy to transport: powerpoint presentations, pictures, cad drawings,etc. and it doesnt neea an usb cable since the plug is in the unit, the drag and drop is a blessing compared to sonicstage that i had to use with my himd unit, the size is very good to use in the pocket, and the sound is good.

Be warned though since the backlight buzz is very present (doesnt bother me but some people doesnt like it), and some others report random clicks on the sound (not my case), so if you can, try it before buying

Where i live (Peru) there arent any kind of good cans, imports have out of this world prices, and i always have to wait for a family member or friend to go on a trip so i can get decent electronic stuff, i would really like to try those KSC75 or 35s, the price is great for the kind of descriptions i always read, i will probably get a chance at the end of next month.

I got the E2cs in a lucky day, was walking around a very known market of electronics in Peru, and this guy was selling used stuff, i spotted the E2cs and got them for around 15 USD...
post #119 of 1017

iPod 60g Photo, and Sony V6's with beyer pads, nothing impressive but there we have it.
post #120 of 1017


Nothing too impressive... 6 gb mini -> MisterX MINT -> Super.Fi 5 pro
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