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first

Hello,
here my first message, first rig


touch - LOD adapter - DIY cable (Mundorf AU/AG) - Shek h1 - RS1
//more for inhouse use//


featuring Yo****omo Nara art toy - Pup King
post #1292 of 1377
Nice pics, rhw
post #1293 of 1377
I agree, unacceptable.

Good choice eluzion. I dont use a screen protector, but Dealextreme sell one reccomended by many which i ought to get, free shipping worldwide 1week-2weeks. DealExtreme: $1.41 Screen Protector for 2.5-inch Digital Camera LCD I broke the screen on my D2 so bought one with a missing power slider, but not dab like mine, so used the screen from it, and swapped the casing too as white looks so much better than black actually in person. I use a mint tin lined with microfibre cloth sometimes but normally just crystal case and livewires waterproof box.


Nice pics rwh, funky amp... Square knob

Matt
post #1294 of 1377
How does that Mundorf cable sound,rwh?
post #1295 of 1377
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Nice pics, rhw
Thanks

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Originally Posted by Baines93 View Post
Nice pics rwh, funky amp... Square knob
Matt
Thanks
The Sigtone amp is relatively unknown. There was a review by jrosenth some time ago.
Compared to "no amp" it unveiles the sound of the touch, removes some grain from treble to bass. Maybe not the last word in resolution.
I looked inside. It uses a PCM BB 2702 DAC and a BB OPA 2227 opamp.....

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How does that Mundorf cable sound,rwh?
Hmmmmm.
I have "quad wooven" (like Kimber) the single solid core AU/AG Mundorf wires.
Mundorf pdf file
Compared to a standard (litz) cable it sounds clean, grainless, crystal clear. - I like it.
(But I think the little amp is not fine enough to hear all the details)

best
Reiner
post #1296 of 1377
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Thanks



Thanks
The Sigtone amp is relatively unknown. There was a review by jrosenth some time ago.
Compared to "no amp" it unveiles the sound of the touch, removes some grain from treble to bass. Maybe not the last word in resolution.
I looked inside. It uses a PCM BB 2702 DAC and a BB OPA 2227 opamp.....



Hmmmmm.
I have "quad wooven" (like Kimber) the single solid core AU/AG Mundorf wires.
Mundorf pdf file
Compared to a standard (litz) cable it sounds clean, grainless, crystal clear. - I like it.
(But I think the little amp is not fine enough to hear all the details)

best
Reiner
well since nobody else has said it yet.....

welcome to head-fi, sorry about your wallet
post #1297 of 1377
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Originally Posted by RAQemUP View Post
If it is that cheap, surprised they just don't send you a new one then for what you pay in the end for the UE11s. Regardless on how they are supposed to function, they are clearly not meant to turn green as a feature.
Haha, that would not make economical sense to ultimate ears. I am not surprised. The cables work, which is what they promise in a product right?
post #1298 of 1377
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well since nobody else has said it yet.....

welcome to head-fi, sorry about your wallet
Many thanks

but the cable was not very expensive -
each plug 3USD and 14USD for 1m wire + some time
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post #1300 of 1377
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Originally Posted by Baines93 View Post
I agree, unacceptable.

Good choice eluzion. I dont use a screen protector, but Dealextreme sell one reccomended by many which i ought to get, free shipping worldwide 1week-2weeks. DealExtreme: $1.41 Screen Protector for 2.5-inch Digital Camera LCD I broke the screen on my D2 so bought one with a missing power slider, but not dab like mine, so used the screen from it, and swapped the casing too as white looks so much better than black actually in person. I use a mint tin lined with microfibre cloth sometimes but normally just crystal case and livewires waterproof box.


Nice pics rwh, funky amp... Square knob

Matt
Thanks for the suggestion, but i bought an anti glare screen protector

so im all set, i get my d2 tommorow!
post #1301 of 1377
^^ The antiglare ones are the best. I got so annoyed by finger grime and swirls of oil on my normal screen protectors.

Boyfriends rig. I actually got him all the parts, but he did the amazing cable wrap thing. I didn't know he had it in him haha.

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^^ The antiglare ones are the best. I got so annoyed by finger grime and swirls of oil on my normal screen protectors.

Boyfriends rig. I actually got him all the parts, but he did the amazing cable wrap thing. I didn't know he had it in him haha.

whoah cool cable wrap lol. yeah im glad i got anti glare
post #1303 of 1377
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Originally Posted by filipelli View Post
^^ The antiglare ones are the best. I got so annoyed by finger grime and swirls of oil on my normal screen protectors.

Boyfriends rig. I actually got him all the parts, but he did the amazing cable wrap thing. I didn't know he had it in him haha.

I wish my girlfriend would buy me rig like that! Oh wait a minute---I don't have a girlfriend. (just wanted an excuse to use that emote)
post #1304 of 1377
Hey RHW glad so see someone else using a Shek H1.

It's fun to see such a change to the usual cast of characters - and thanks for looking inside - BB OPA 2227 opamp would have been my guess on the op amp so nice to know that's what it is.

I find it's dac pretty decent and am still happily using mine and enjoying it (one of the few pieces of equipment I haven't rotated through.

Were I using it just for an amp though I might go with another contender - but for a cheap (say 2/5ths the price of the pico) amp/dac combo, I've been impressed in spades.
post #1305 of 1377
If I was a better girlfriend, I'd get him rigs rivaling what I have had. Har har.
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