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post #316 of 1377
^ Sweet! Makes for not getting the cables twisted!!! That's awesome!!!! Any SQ changes???
post #317 of 1377
^^^Holy moly...stealthy rig punnisher! That rig looks like it packs a punch!

@Jelle - My favor leans towards the zune mainly because I found it to have a more robust and warm sound signature compared to the ipod. I have always had to amp every ipod I have owned besides the 1st gen shuffle. The 5.5g was somewhat thinner to me, and while one of the best of the hd based ipod line, it was edged out by the zune because of the sharp highs and treble. However, I can see how you think the zune casted rolled off highs and sounded less dynamic. I would say this is probably related to its slow and dark nature...something that I prefer over brightness. I have headphones that cover a lot of realms, but have found that I like the moody zune for what you describe as "dull" and less "dynamic".
post #318 of 1377
Hey thanks

No sq changes at all. They still sound amazing.
post #319 of 1377
LOL lovely LOD Punnisher, how much do you charge for one
post #320 of 1377
that certainly is a nice setup, that lod is well ace.
i could use one of them myself
post #321 of 1377
psp phat (white faceplate and cfw) + JVC marshmallows (Kramer Modded)


I know it's sad lol. Any ideas of improvement, I'm open to them
post #322 of 1377
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Originally Posted by thornygravy View Post
psp phat (white faceplate and cfw) + JVC marshmallows (Kramer Modded)


I know it's sad lol. Any ideas of improvement, I'm open to them
lol get the JVC HA-fx55's. You can get them on amazon for ~20$. I have them and had the marshmallows and trust me, they fit a hell of a lot better. That makes iso, bass, sq, etc. better.
post #323 of 1377
cool thx for the suggestion! but I think that if I was gonna upgrade I get something a bit better maybe in the $60-70 range, dunno.
post #324 of 1377
Some ultimate ears super.fi 3's would fit the bill. You can sometimes get them on sale at radioshack for 29.99 (which is a steal). With the money you'll save get a new DAP like a sansa clip. That's a neat combo that can be had for a lot less than $100.

Plus Sandisk just enabled Ogg support, which is awesome.
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post #326 of 1377
Steve's cables are always the best
Look so neat and beautiful
post #327 of 1377
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Beautiful setup.
Get a Westone ES cable and you're good to go.
post #328 of 1377
A few new pics. The TF10 has arrived on thursday...







post #329 of 1377
So which one do you favor collapse?
post #330 of 1377
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Originally Posted by Punnisher View Post
Some ultimate ears super.fi 3's would fit the bill. You can sometimes get them on sale at radioshack for 29.99 (which is a steal). With the money you'll save get a new DAP like a sansa clip. That's a neat combo that can be had for a lot less than $100.

Plus Sandisk just enabled Ogg support, which is awesome.
One of the best advices i've heard around here.
collapse- Beautiful! Which one of the IEMs do you prefer for specific kinds of music and why?
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