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post #16 of 1013
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BTW the screen isn't that bad it's the camera.
Screen doesn't look bad at all.
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post #18 of 1013
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Originally Posted by pelayostyle View Post
WTF?! ibuds ??
Also that looks like a highly compressed jpg
he probably resized with windows paint. =T its resizing algorithm is very inferior to that of photoshops. =T
post #19 of 1013


Sorry for the crud image quality, I've only got a prehistoric Pentax Optio 230.
post #20 of 1013
Nice rig Karl... i mean KayoDot.

Oh, and aaroncort you should link the 6 old threads in the first post of this thread. As per the protocol.
post #21 of 1013
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Originally Posted by wafflesomd View Post
Screen doesn't look bad at all.
It looks very grainy in that picture. It's a nice screen no doubt.
post #22 of 1013
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It looks very grainy in that picture. It's a nice screen no doubt.
I know, I was being serious. I used one at a local Circuit City, the screen is amazing.
post #23 of 1013
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Originally Posted by stewtheking View Post
Nice rig Karl... i mean KayoDot.

Oh, and aaroncort you should link the 6 old threads in the first post of this thread. As per the protocol.
I couldn't resist his little bald, round, Mancy head
post #24 of 1013
Here's mine, poor image quality courtesy of my camera phone and poor photography skills:



UM2 -> Tomahawk -> ALO Cryo Micro -> 2nd Gen Nano
post #25 of 1013
Kayo, how does that Xtra X-1 sound? And is the volume too twitchy with those ER6i's? One of the main reasons I got the Tomahawk was concern about finer control of volume than an amp that could drive monster phones would allow, and I read that the X-1 could power the HD600 easily. Since the ER6i are half the impedance of my IEMs, I'd be afraid of deafening myself with a slight nudge of the pot. Nice setup, though!

And exX08: Nice icon. Very nice.
post #26 of 1013
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Here's mine, poor image quality courtesy of my camera phone and poor photography skills:



UM2 -> Tomahawk -> ALO Cryo Micro -> 2nd Gen Nano
looks like your rig is sitting on the ocean floor. =T
post #27 of 1013
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looks like your rig is sitting on the ocean floor. =T
There's another thread demonstrating how water resistant RSA amps are so I figured why not get creative
post #28 of 1013
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There's another thread demonstrating how water resistant RSA amps are so I figured why not get creative
Yah, that thread is amazing, more amazing are the amps.

I don't know how they do it.
post #29 of 1013
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It looks very grainy in that picture. It's a nice screen no doubt.
it is grainy

i have a zune and the screen is grainy... crap microsoft products
post #30 of 1013
Packgrog, I've only had the Xtra for 2 days now, totalling at about 10 hours listening time. I seems to me that its sound is not very neutral. It's what I, and others, would describe as having a 'musical' signature. Depending on how you like your amps, this can be good or bd. The bass is little boomy at the moment, and the highs a tad shrill for my liking, but I expect this to tame over time.

With the ER6is tweaking the volume is not as sensitive as I thought it would be. Obviously switching between my HD595s and ER6i, I have to lower the volume by about half.
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