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The Hi-Fi iGuy!

RWA iMod -> ALO Cryo-X IC -> RSA Hornet -> AKG K701
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Woohoo, not even on page two of this thread and we have a topless pic!
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Originally Posted by jinp6301 View Post
uh oh

do I feel a SiBurning bomber rig coming on?
lol

... all color matched in ACE Hardware Black Epoxy of course...the night bomber
post #19 of 1186
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Originally Posted by mrarroyo View Post
Kramer5150, how is the reception out of the Sony am/fm? Does it fade in and out much? Thanks.
I don't really have much to baseline it against unfortunately. I dont listen to FM radio much anymore, since all the local stations in my area have converted to spanish-only folk music.

So its my AM radio sports-rig really. For that its good (not great). In a moving car AM tends to fade a little, but thats only with really weak signals. Stronger stations (KNBR) come in loud/clear, although I find myself rotating the unit back and forth somewhat frequently to adjust the AM antenna.

Walking around on the street and inside the house they're great though.

Tuning is a little difficult, if you don't know your local station numbers. Theres no "SEEK" mode, so you have to click up and down the dial and manually listen to the stations as you get near them.

But still... I am happy with it, and feel I got my $40 worth when I want something small and portable.

I think I'm going to try a Sangean (SP?) model since my local Frys sells them.
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jinp6301 & GreatDane:

Yep.....that the direction me heading to

...now I am practicing rigging some C4 in between my SMIV and H120....now just awaiting for MicroDAC with Plutonium upgrades.....

In time SiBurning's padawan bomber will be ready for action

Packgrog:
I'll pay a visit to mysticriver sometime soon. Thanks
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Originally Posted by kramer5150 View Post
Nice setup DasBot. Curious... does your phone have an "airplane" mode? that de-activates the cell-phone portion for airline travel?

curious...

thanks,
Garrett
Yes, it has "offline mode" also known as "flight mode".
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It's still new, I'm still pumped about it, so I'll post it!





Those are velcro straps btw, not tractor-trailer tires.
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iAudio D2, Noreve tradition black leather case, Sennheiser PX100
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Originally Posted by kramer5150 View Post
I don't really have much to baseline it against unfortunately. I dont listen to FM radio much anymore, since all the local stations in my area have converted to spanish-only folk music.

So its my AM radio sports-rig really. For that its good (not great). In a moving car AM tends to fade a little, but thats only with really weak signals. Stronger stations (KNBR) come in loud/clear, although I find myself rotating the unit back and forth somewhat frequently to adjust the AM antenna.

Walking around on the street and inside the house they're great though.

Tuning is a little difficult, if you don't know your local station numbers. Theres no "SEEK" mode, so you have to click up and down the dial and manually listen to the stations as you get near them.

But still... I am happy with it, and feel I got my $40 worth when I want something small and portable.

I think I'm going to try a Sangean (SP?) model since my local Frys sells them.
Thanks for the information, I listen mostly to jazz and we have an "smooth jazz" station and a real jazz station left in South Florida. So you have a valid point in not much of a reason to have a radio. Thanks.
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I've been trying to find any good pics of a 2nd gen nano with a tomahawk together.
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My small DAP stack :





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why the yellow pads?
post #29 of 1186
search for Lisa Mod, it makes the sound very different! Faster , more treble... Everything is a bit clearer sounding. But it depends on what mood I'm in, sometimes when I'm longing for that Warm fat sound I go back to the old pads
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More importantly, why the ghetto tape jobs!?
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