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Just listened to the iPhone 3g through a Jumbo Cryo, Predator, and UE11 setup. Sounds awesome! I have absolutely no need for my nano now, for any purpose. Ah well FS forums here I come.
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Originally Posted by mrdeadfolx View Post
Just listened to the iPhone 3g through a Jumbo Cryo, Predator, and UE11 setup. Sounds awesome! I have absolutely no need for my nano now, for any purpose. Ah well FS forums here I come.
How does it stand against Classic?
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Originally Posted by kostalex View Post
How does it stand against Classic?
Out of the headphone out, the iPhone sounds better to my ears. No hiss even with sensitive IEMs. Out of the lineout they sound almost identical.
post #1069 of 1377
slightly OT, but I picked up the Shure Music Phone Adapter, and how iPhone 3G + adaptor + SE500, best phone+music setup SQ and usability combined I'd say. Because the SE500 has a module short cord, the mic is almost in the right place and cord management is not a big issue.

P.K.
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Can someone recommend a good looking case for my iPod Classic 80GB?
I don't really like the iSkin Evo 4 I have now... (looks kinda cheap)
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My all portable players and current using


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Check out my uber system. Fortunately some Sleek SA6 on the way

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messed up full metal jackets...
how are those anyways? for 80$, there's WAY better(probably better for half), but I want to know.
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Originally Posted by pkshiu View Post
slightly OT, but I picked up the Shure Music Phone Adapter, and how iPhone 3G + adaptor + SE500, best phone+music setup SQ and usability combined I'd say. Because the SE500 has a module short cord, the mic is almost in the right place and cord management is not a big issue.

P.K.
You do realize the iPhone 3g has a flush headphone jack and you do not need to use that adaptor right?
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Originally Posted by Baba booey View Post
messed up full metal jackets...
how are those anyways? for 80$, there's WAY better(probably better for half), but I want to know.
Youre asking how they sound, indicating you dont know, and then state that there's WAY better, probably for half the price? How do you know? I mean youre likely right but seriously, how do you know?
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^^kind of a confusing post because you then say you don't know hahaha.
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I've heard mixed thougs on amazon reviews and stuff overall but I want to hear an opinion from another head-fi'er.
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Originally Posted by mrdeadfolx View Post
You do realize the iPhone 3g has a flush headphone jack and you do not need to use that adaptor right?
The Shure adaptor is a cable that includes a mic and a button to answer/end calls so converts any set of normal headphones into a headset.
post #1079 of 1377
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Originally Posted by nc8000 View Post
The Shure adaptor is a cable that includes a mic and a button to answer/end calls so converts any set of normal headphones into a headset.
Exactly. Now I can listen to music, and have the cool auto muting and chat on the phone in between. Also the button works as a mini controller to pause and skip forward in iPod mode.
post #1080 of 1377
Does that mean the 3g model doesn't require an iphone specific LOD then?

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Originally Posted by mrdeadfolx View Post
Just listened to the iPhone 3g through a Jumbo Cryo, Predator, and UE11 setup. Sounds awesome! I have absolutely no need for my nano now, for any purpose. Ah well FS forums here I come.
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