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post #106 of 1186
I'm pretty settled with my portable gear (for now, at least ) so here are my various setups...

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From left:

Cheapo 256MB DAP -> Kramer-modded KSC-75s, for jogging/long walks/anything else where it's beneficial to be able to hear ambient noise

iriver H320 -> CrossRoads MylarOne - for general use/commuting. Pictured with CrossRoads hard case and a camera bag for transporting.

Sony Ericsson K610i -> cheap 3.5mm adapter -> Creative EP-630. Good enough for when I can't be bothered bringing my iriver around.
post #107 of 1186



My new stuff. 5300s screen is blur because of crappy screen protector (I need to buy new one for sure)
post #108 of 1186
Finally managed to get some photos of my set up.
Ipod video 5G, go vibe v6 and Atrio M5's. Line out via Turbodock and Cardas IC.

post #109 of 1186
hey
how are the new black tips compared to the old ones?
should i order one for my e500?
post #110 of 1186
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Originally Posted by shiezan View Post
hey
how are the new black tips compared to the old ones?
should i order one for my e500?
The new black tips are alot better that the yellow foamies. Better comfort, better isolation, washable and longer lasting. I highly recommend them over any other tips
post #111 of 1186
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Originally Posted by darkangel9685 View Post
my portable:



nw-hd1 -> minibox D -> iGrado
help together with sticky-backed velcro
That's a nice match you got. How's the amp sound? I was going to buy a HD1 back then but didn't have the money, but I'm happy with my setup right now.
post #112 of 1186
Quote:
hey
how are the new black tips compared to the old ones?
should i order one for my e500?
Well, undoubtedly they provide better isolation and comfort than yellow ones, but sound is much better on yellow foamies. New tips are also a lot more durable. Black tips make whole sound a bit muddy and highs aren't so enjoyable as well.
New tips are perfect for airplane travel or for noisy environment, but if you don't need it, yellow foamies will be better choice.
post #113 of 1186
I don't think I have actually posted my current rig...

post #114 of 1186
Wow that's sexy.
post #115 of 1186
Hi,Skylab,

Is the cable of your HD25 BlackSilver or BlackMax?
How about HD25 and the compatibility of the cable?
I'm sorry in strange English.

Thanks
post #116 of 1186
I have the Headphile Senn V2 cable in BlackMax. It made a HUGE improvement in the HD25's sound, versus the crappy stock cable. The HD25-1 becomes a really awesome headphone with a good re-cable.
post #117 of 1186
Skylab,that knob on your mk2 is beautiful!
post #118 of 1186
Thanks. The Larocco is a very pretty amp, and it sounds fantastic.
post #119 of 1186
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Originally Posted by Skylab View Post
Thanks. The Larocco is a very pretty amp, and it sounds fantastic.
Nice rig Skylab, I've been tempted to buy a Larocco myself for a while now, unfortunately, I've not pulled the trigger due to the problem customers are having with Larry at the ipastudio forum
post #120 of 1186
Yes, Larocco Audio's horrible customer service is a pity, since the PRIImk2 is such a great amp.
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