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post #556 of 1377
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Originally Posted by Oya? View Post
So, how do they sound?
I'm guessing the new plug restores all the bass and treble the stock iBuds lack.
post #557 of 1377
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Originally Posted by ricthaman View Post
Don't sell the Sony for a Cowon D2!!!!! The Sony is a great player. Beats the new ones imo still in size, looks and price!!!

I suggest you upgrade your earbuds. Those standard Sony's are good compared to other standard packed-in buds but you could do wayyyyyy better.

Greetz
It is realy hard to decide right. I try compare sound the Sony with iMac, the Sony is very good for pop, I listen many ganres but rock and metal mostly, sound is wide, detailed but something I lack in sound warmith, space fixed core I feel music near my head. iMac SQ with q-jays is realy good maybe bass is not real....... My last player Stormblue A9 didnt have strong clear bass like the Sony but A9 sound was sweet on flat with good highs I enjoyd also more then the Sony unfortunately.
It is only my opinion, every one has different ears. I want buy meier audio Headsix in future. Many people recomend me mainly the clip and D2 for only SQ.
post #558 of 1377
hmpf, you can't compare sources using 2 different IEMs. Why don't you use your q-JAYS with the Sony?
post #559 of 1377
I dont understand you. I used and using q-jays with the Sony and other my sources to compare. EX082 dont use.
post #560 of 1377
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Originally Posted by Marduk View Post


I finally completed my (poor mans) rig =).
I like that!
post #561 of 1377
Love that iPod Mini skin. Who makes those?
post #562 of 1377
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Originally Posted by The_X
Love that iPod Mini skin. Who makes those?
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Originally Posted by Marduk
Hmm, I like it =3. Don't you?

It's a so called GelaSkin; I had bought the same skin for my Macbook some time ago and decided it would fit my iPod pretty well - especially in combination with my amp. I thought these were rather popular, but much to my suprise, i haven't seen many of them around here or at anythingbutipod =/.
=D
post #563 of 1377
EDIT: You beat me to it!

Learn to refresh Baines93, idiot!
post #564 of 1377
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Originally Posted by Kabeer View Post
LOL filipelli, why have you put some fancy plug on the ibuds?
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Originally Posted by Oya? View Post
So, how do they sound?
They mids are very pronounced, isolation wonderful, fair amount of treble, great bass, bright and warm at the same time, clarity impeccable and they spew sunshine and rainbows from each driver.

Haha JK! Just a little practice retermination in preparation for my coming pk2. Going to shorten and recable that sucker!
post #565 of 1377
Was feeling decidedly 'floral' today, so. . .



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After a few tries and many wasted dollars I now own a portable rig that truly suites me, one that I am really proud of.

Rockboxed 5.5 gen IPOD with nothing but FLAC files.
Livewires
WANT leather case
post #567 of 1377
^^That is a ridiculously beautiful case!
post #568 of 1377
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Originally Posted by DesertInTheShape View Post
After a few tries and many wasted dollars I now own a portable rig that truly suites me, one that I am really proud of.

Rockboxed 5.5 gen IPOD with nothing but FLAC files.
Livewires
WANT leather case
That is looking very good. Do you have a link to the website of WANT cases?
edit: Found it: WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie

And do you have problems using all the goodies in rockbox without audio dropouts or extreme leg in the userinterface? That's some of the trouble i have with my 3G iPod.
post #569 of 1377
Damn it, I wish WANT made a case like that for the 3G Nano.
post #570 of 1377
Woah... that's is a ridiculously nice case for your iPod and I thought my Reflect Case was nice
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