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post #1006 of 1377
Sweet. I thought that back looked a little "dull". Pretty sweet man.

What's interesting though, is they don't put the model number on the back like they did with the older iPhones and all the iPods.

Sweet phone though.
post #1007 of 1377
Plain and simple... A+, I'll be getting 16GB white.
post #1008 of 1377
I assume that we can keep posting here... even if our pictures are of a terrible quality. Sorry about that.

My first real "rig" has been completed with the addition of my SR80s. They are fantastic and I'm really happy with them. I got some Radio Shack pads that (I hear) are very similar to the Grado comfies that come stock on the SR60s. They are, in fact, very comfy, especially for $5. I'm looking forward to tomorrow's four hour car ride. That's a first. I'm listening to Portishead's Third on this right now, and am quite impressed with both the sound quality of these headphones and the content of this album.

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post #1009 of 1377
Better pics:

Just an update after the terrible pics yesterday of my gear, the 2 d2's cobbled together from 2 semi broken d2's.

















Despite having no dab logo's this is the DMB/DAB d2. See my post on the previous page for an explanation of what was done to the two d2's and what i ended up with.

Matt
post #1010 of 1377
post #1011 of 1377
Quote:
Originally Posted by Baines93 View Post
Better pics:

Just an update after the terrible pics yesterday of my gear, the 2 d2's cobbled together from 2 semi broken d2's.
Cute player indeed!
Note that this comes from an iPod fanboy like me..
post #1012 of 1377
Well thats about all the conceivable angles for that DAP lol
post #1013 of 1377
Quote:
Originally Posted by krmathis View Post
Cute player indeed!
Note that this comes from an iPod fanboy like me..
Yeah, im not normally a fan of white, but i had a black one and the one i bought for the parts was white, the moment i pulled it out the package i reaised i had more to swap than just the screen, but the casing aswell!

Quote:
Originally Posted by mrdeadfolx View Post
Well thats about all the conceivable angles for that DAP lol
Yeah photography/lighting practice! My bedside table wood, the lighting and the white look really good together and makes it quite fun to photograph.

Matt
post #1014 of 1377
Just bought the shure e530
Will post how it looks along with my gear in next few days when they arrive!!
So many options on how to set things up!!
Need an iphone LOD first and foremost, preferably quickly!! Anyone know anywhere in UK who does them??
post #1015 of 1377


a818 -> Headsix -> Atrio M5/Alessandro MS1
post #1016 of 1377

Old school rig (alive and kicking!!)







Hi folks, this is my portable rig, you must think I'm kidding, but no, I'm not.

I know this simple but effective portable rig sounds much better than a lot of $1000 usd rigs out there (no offense guys), but I really like it and it's very light and portable, as you can see it's about the size of an old tape.

Music sounds with a great detail and the best is that the songs are not compressed!! I usually carry everyday no more than 2 tapes and yes, I spent like 2 hours recording a 90 min mix tape with my old Onkyo tape deck.

Old school? yeah, but I can't afford right now a DAP, AMP and high-end headphones...I bought a used ipod on ebay a couple of months ago but I got screwed and sent it back.

I'm looking forward to save and upgrade my headphones for Christmas, but it hurts to know that the new Grado's SR60 are more than 70 usd, I'll see if a can buy a used pair for less, although not sure if ebay is the best place to get a used pair or here, since I have seen that they're sold for no less than 50 usd.

Please indulge me for not posting a great rig and for the quality of the pictures, but I think my rig deserves to share some space in this thread with all those amazing rigs that you guys have.

AIWA PX550 Tape player
Sony Turbo/Discman headphones
post #1017 of 1377
That is the coolest thing I've seen in a while.
post #1018 of 1377
OMG love that tape deck rig! I had a similiar one with Sony fontopia ear buds and a little remote about ten years ago and loved it! Only problem was finding songs on tapes. Went to minidisc and then on to apple and never looked back!
Keep it oldskool!
post #1019 of 1377
wow. that really is old school. brings back alot of memories.
post #1020 of 1377
man, a REAL oldschooler. Nice.
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