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post #976 of 1051
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Originally Posted by LostPhil View Post
I shot you a PM on this, but I thought that I'd ask out here as well. What firmware version and theme are you running on your D2?
post #977 of 1051
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Originally Posted by nismo96 View Post
I shot you a PM on this, but I thought that I'd ask out here as well. What firmware version and theme are you running on your D2?
I've replied but for the benefit of the others I'm using firmware 3.54 and the Simple Vertical Big Album Art flash skin (found on the iAudiophile.net forums, second page of the completes flash UI sticky).
post #978 of 1051
Thanks a lot LostPhil.
post #979 of 1051
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by milkpowder View Post
Moved up the food chain a little to a Hornet M, which IMO sounds better than the Tomahawk:
yeah i agree, a well burnt in hornet is marvellous!

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Originally Posted by SuperNothing View Post
Did you Colorware your iPod? If so that is awesome. I keep having to stop myself from Colorwaring my Macbook Pro.
nope its a ipod classic comes standard silver
post #980 of 1051
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Originally Posted by Ricardo Dawkins View Post
That staple puller has to be painful to listen to
post #981 of 1051
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Originally Posted by FeedMeTrance View Post
nope its a ipod classic comes standard silver
Ahh alright. It didn't look matte from the angle you shot it so I thought it might have been colorwared.
post #982 of 1051

Classy rig

U.E. Superfi 3, Grado RA1, Microsoft Zune
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post #983 of 1051
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Originally Posted by Zunefan1 View Post
U.E. Superfi 3, Grado RA1, Microsoft Zune
Oooh, brown, no wonder you use a case.
post #984 of 1051
That's certainly an interesting setup. I can't say that would be my first choice of amp for IEMs, especially for a portable solution, but whatever floats your boat.
post #985 of 1051
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Originally Posted by Jon118 View Post
That's certainly an interesting setup. I can't say that would be my first choice of amp for IEMs, especially for a portable solution, but whatever floats your boat.
But you have no room to talk, according to your sig, you "/got nothing".
post #986 of 1051
Some of these rigs make me laugh. Rubber bands, 3 cables, and stacked like a deck of cards. What a hassle. Only pocket big enough for some of these is in a winter coat.
post #987 of 1051
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Originally Posted by Zunefan1 View Post
U.E. Superfi 3, Grado RA1, Microsoft Zune
That has to be the weirdest rig in this entire thread.
post #988 of 1051
Bah, he never told us what ICs he was using with that stuff though.
post #989 of 1051
There has have to be 50 different, more portable and less valuable amp (it's mahogany on the go man!) for a Super.fi 3. I would definitely like to see a picture of that rig, with some huge IC and a 1/4-1/8 adaptor for the IEM.
post #990 of 1051
The Predator is finally here, and it's a bit smaller than I thought it would be



My rig is complete for the time being, all I need is some burn-in time on that little bad-ass amp to be truly happy.
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