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post #826 of 1377
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Originally Posted by Darkkopi View Post
Nice rig. what are teh three things, mp3player to DAC to Amp? i didnt realise there were pure portably external DACs.
post #827 of 1377
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Originally Posted by gautam View Post
Nice rig. what are teh three things, mp3player to DAC to Amp? i didnt realise there were pure portably external DACs.
v-cap dock
post #828 of 1377
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Originally Posted by Darkkopi View Post
finally it's here!
Very very nice setup Darkkopi, actually looks like the ultimate setup! I also own the Predator and the TF10 Pro, although my Predator is about 60 hours young, how does the v-cap enhance the sound compared to straight out of the Predator?
post #829 of 1377
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Originally Posted by Darkkopi View Post
Jesus.....that rig is pricier than some peoples HOME systems!!! Talk about cutting no corners, lol.

How's it sound?
post #830 of 1377
An advanced poratable rig and nice looking,Darkkopi!
post #831 of 1377
Is it just me or do his UE11's have no memory wire on the cable?
post #832 of 1377
Nope. They also don't have the thick clear tubing that other UE's have. (not sure if this is normal).
post #833 of 1377
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Originally Posted by mrdeadfolx View Post
Is it just me or do his UE11's have no memory wire on the cable?
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Originally Posted by Punnisher View Post
Nope. They also don't have the thick clear tubing that other UE's have. (not sure if this is normal).
It looks like the thin cable that the beta units went out to reviewers with. I personally much prefer the thin cable--it's not quite as gossamer as the UM2 cable, but pretty close. I've used that cable for more than a year now, so I can attest to its durability--and I certainly don't baby it. (I don't know if it was available prior to the UE-11 beta units, but that was the first I'd encountered it.)


post #834 of 1377
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Originally Posted by mrdeadfolx View Post
Is it just me or do his UE11's have no memory wire on the cable?
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Originally Posted by Punnisher View Post
Nope. They also don't have the thick clear tubing that other UE's have. (not sure if this is normal).
i cut off the memory wire since i don't like them i find it more comfortable
post #835 of 1377


I'm almost the happiest man alive. Stupid 2200mha battery still hasn't got here after more than a week. Its so annoying not being able to use my H300 atm...
post #836 of 1377
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Originally Posted by lisnalee View Post
Amazing looking setup, topped of by the lovely ue11, nice.....
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Originally Posted by krmathis View Post
Wow! Thats a really nice portable rig!
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Originally Posted by filipelli View Post
Baines beat me.
Serious rig buddy.
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Originally Posted by Goldenpig3888 View Post
An advanced poratable rig and nice looking,Darkkopi!
Thanks!

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Originally Posted by Baines93 View Post
Wow, killer rig.

Is that an Eee900 behind?
yeah

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Originally Posted by Squirsier View Post
Very very nice setup Darkkopi, actually looks like the ultimate setup! I also own the Predator and the TF10 Pro, although my Predator is about 60 hours young, how does the v-cap enhance the sound compared to straight out of the Predator?
it does makes the seperation better with a wider soundstage! it has a more of tube-like sound
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Originally Posted by oicdn View Post
Jesus.....that rig is pricier than some peoples HOME systems!!! Talk about cutting no corners, lol.

How's it sound?
all i can say it sounds awesome!
post #837 of 1377
i wonder how that rig sounds. if all the little things make a difference. hm
post #838 of 1377
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Originally Posted by Elluzion View Post
i wonder how that rig sounds. if all the little things make a difference. hm
Whose, Darkkopi's rig? From what I heard, the iMod isn't worth the money until you pair it up with a decent V-cap dock and amp with it.
post #839 of 1377
My 'transportable rig'...not something I'd bring out with me every day...











-Speaker amp
-DIY RCA-mini IC
-DIY speakers (the ones on top)
-IBM Thinkpad (with USB DVD player)
-Random speaker wire
-Kung Fu Hustle

Brendan
post #840 of 1377
nice think pad, cant beat those for laptops imo, not sure how lenovo are rated nowadays though?
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