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Originally Posted by GreatDane View Post
Nice pic smallmouth. The all Black looks good. Those are leather pads?? How do you like them compared to velour?
Yep. The leather pads provide more isolation, and I think they're even more comfortable. The only downside is they're kind of expensive.
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My first jump in to portable rig land... I don't use this set up too often, but it's nice and small.

I have attached some of those velcro dots to the FiiO and my Samsung T10. It makes a nice little portable rig (excuse crappy phone pics):

Samsung T10 + Fiio, with Yuin PK1:


On Left: Total Bithead on the left for size reference.
On Right: Yuin PK1 case and Samsung T10 + Fiio (underneath).


I have what was advertised as a leather case (in reality, pleather) coming for the T10 soon which will no doubt alter this setup.
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Originally Posted by nywytboy68 View Post
reciprocum: looks good! How's the SQ?
check this thread for my report on SQ
http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f15/ke...rience-342309/

after the Shure's foam adapted to my ears (or my ears to the foam ?) the SQ became trully enjoyable (and I am a hard to please guy)
post #1234 of 1377
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Originally Posted by smallmouth View Post
Yep. The leather pads provide more isolation, and I think they're even more comfortable. The only downside is they're kind of expensive.
I use the leathers on my Darths. I agree that they provide better isolation,comfort is about the same(very good). They do change the bass which I like. I bought mine before they were officially offered by beyer. Todd Rose bought several pairs with his custom beyers and sold me a pair for $60(ouch). No regrets for this high grade leather.
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Posted this in another thread earlier so might as well post it here.

This is my Ipod Mini 2gen with a 32 gig CF card in it.

Here it is on top of a Ibasso D2 Viper with ALO Bling Bling LOD.


and here it is on top of a Corda Headsix with Ultra Low Profile LOD (original maker is too busy atm to make anymore though).


Both next to a pack of Juicy Fruit gum.

Ignore the mess in the background please.
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I have a life, but i was curious, so i looked through G-man's posts for content, and i dont see a problem, imho
Yes he posts alot, but there are people like Jahn who has over 20,000 posts from 2001-2008, so maybe he posted as much as G-man per day sometimes also.
Others have 10,000 posts in 2 years etc.
I dont think theres a post limit per day here, although i think the site itself stops you so you can only post once every so many minutes or something, i forget. We got so many nice headphones and amps and players out there to look at, and our time is much better spent on the eye-candy, than the worrying about who is in the limelight more.
On with the hoot nanny!!!
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I've only been a member since March and I already have nearly 1500 posts. No one's ever accused me of spamming...
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^SPAMMER

there its done... lol

keep them pics coming!
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i have a kenwood blender and i kenwood microwave...do u want review them too?
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Sony NW-S705F:
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Wow! How do you like these earbuds? Have you compared them to any of the Yuins?
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"Oi, Cerberus, get off me laptop and stop playing with the mouse." "Fudge off yourself!" "Crud! We are tense, after all, eh? I am outta here."
LOL
Best pic ever !
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Quite right. Too much bickering makes me sad...
where I can buy this cable?
post #1245 of 1377
Looks similar to the ALO Super Cotton mini to mini.
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