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Thanks, it's a nice IC but it's pretty stiff.
Yeah thats my biggest complaint. I peeled back the white tepe and replaced it with a tech-flex like cover. Its much more flexible now. Looks better too.
post #62 of 1051
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Indeed its a sweet little amp. I was chatting with Fang about it at headfest and IIRC... he said it was developed with the ER4 as reference, hence the P to S switch.
Here is mine w/ an iPod on top to act as a size reference.

post #63 of 1051
Bad pic but here is my ipod classic and ue-5c. Soon i will have a blue Tomahawk and ue-11 pro
post #64 of 1051
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Indeed its a sweet little amp. I was chatting with Fang about it at headfest and IIRC... he said it was developed with the ER4 as reference, hence the P to S switch.
...and the bass boost
post #65 of 1051
Long time lurker and first time poster. G'day!

New Nano >super.fi 5 Pro



post #66 of 1051
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Long time lurker and first time poster. G'day!

New Nano >super.fi 5 Pro
nice little rig, welcome to head-fi, sorry about your wallet!
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very cool - self paint job or?...
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very cool - self paint job or?...
http://www.colorwarepc.com/products/newvideoc.aspx
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Ahh the mighty Mos Def.
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ahh it is colorware, mybad i didnt think i was as it was a 4g, but obviously you had it done a while back!

nice.
post #72 of 1051
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Indeed its a sweet little amp. I was chatting with Fang about it at headfest and IIRC... he said it was developed with the ER4 as reference, hence the P to S switch.
That switch works wonders for IEM's.

Honestly I love my E4c's but I've always wanted a little more out of them. I plugged them into the amp and it was...better, but nothing exceptionally different. That is until I decided to flip that little P to S switch up, the volume drops a little from the extra load, turn it up a little till you match your previous volume, then....pure IEM nirvana. Finally the E4c's have become exactly what I've always wanted them to be. Full-sizes size headphone sound that fits in my pocket although minus the "airyness" and soundstage.
post #73 of 1051
Here is my rig. I've been wanting to post in one of these threads forever, but I keep forgetting. Anyways, sorry for the bad quality - the iSight camera is all I have.





I love the thinness of the iBasso T2... coming from a PA2V2, it's like the amp isn't even there! I can now slip it into my pocket with no problems, especially since I got rid of the iSkin and slapped a BSE onto my iPod. Small and portable for me all the way!
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Here is my rig. I've been wanting to post in one of these threads forever, but I keep forgetting. Anyways, sorry for the bad quality - the iSight camera is all I have.





I love the thinness of the iBasso T2... coming from a PA2V2, it's like the amp isn't even there! I can now slip it into my pocket with no problems, especially since I got rid of the iSkin and slapped a BSE onto my iPod. Small and portable for me all the way!
how does the ibasso sound?

where is the headphone out on it?
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Got this pair after giving away the CK32s. The price was a steal, but didn't include package and those fancy parts (ear clips etc). I had doubt that I bought fake, but all the details look authentic enough, and after listening I concluded they're genuine.

None of the tips the seller included worked for my ear canals well. Did anyone try the UE bi-flange silicon tips with these? How about the comfort and seal?
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