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post #31 of 1113
Lewis, it's all good mate, the post is shockingly slow my side, don't worry bud
post #32 of 1113


My search for IEMs is over.
post #33 of 1113
sweet gear baines!!
did you get the altoids cmoy to work??
still waiting on my pico lol
post #34 of 1113
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Originally Posted by Darkkopi View Post
SE110


SE420


the difference is little at the tip but it's pretty obvious, the SE110 tends to be fatter while the SE420 is narrower

Sorry it took a minute to get back on this, but yes they are SE110, I'm using the foam tips, and as he said they are just a bit rounder the the SE420.
post #35 of 1113
Thanks Nothing has changed though, just thought it was time to repost!

No, i took the tape off and had a look, and now need to tape it up again. I might give it away, as it would cost too much to send back to BioScience, and i need to give a little back to the community! Anyway, the Juice is handy, and i will oneday use it more when i finally get a pair of closed headphones to use at home.

Still no pico Is it still being built?

I will post some new pics when my cable comes from steven kelby, hopefully before the 18th when i go away for 2weeks, as A, i wont have any internets to post pics, and B, i want to listen to it lots on holiday!

Matt
post #36 of 1113
Hey guys,

I found these headphones at Office Depot over the past weekend on clearance for just twelve bucks.

They are Acoustic Authority (now called Cyber Acoustics) ACM-800 Noise Canceling Stereo Headphones, and usually sell for anywhere from $30 to $45.

I was truly blown away by how great these headphones sound with my 4GB Sansa Clip. They use just one AAA battery for noise canceling, and that feature works amazingly well. They even make my brother's 5.5 gen Video iPod sound better than it should.

I took a few pics of my now disproportionate portable set-up:













Thanks,
Brad
post #37 of 1113
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Originally Posted by trickywombat View Post
My lightweight travel rig:
iPod Touch (to use WiFi in a hotspot), Yuin PK2 (does not decrease situational awareness in a new place too much).
How are the PK2s with the Touch? Bass performance? I'm using the PK3s and theyre a really good unamped match but I can't help wondering whether or not I should get the PK2s!
post #38 of 1113
zBaines, what case is that on your D2? (name, etc)

how is it working out for you? does it scratch the body?
post #39 of 1113
Sorry, i dont know, came with the broken non-dab white d2 i bought to replace the screen and casing on mine.

Contact baba booey, he should be able to let you know.

Sorry,

Matt
post #40 of 1113
I actually originally bought the white D2 on ebay back in December '07 from someone who was stationed on a military base in S. Korea and it came with the case so idk what it is.
post #41 of 1113
Silver D2 Boa is realy nice but quite shine so I think black colour must be nicer. Stormblue A9 had magic flat sound with Grado it was one of my the bigest mistake sold this mp3player grr also I sold q-jays and going to buy Head Direct RE-1, then I try make one bueatiful photo my portable source, now it was very hard becose my camera is horrible It is not fully real colours.






post #42 of 1113
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Originally Posted by HulkSmashNow View Post
Hey guys,

I found these headphones at Office Depot over the past weekend on clearance for just twelve bucks.

They are Acoustic Authority (now called Cyber Acoustics) ACM-800 Noise Canceling Stereo Headphones, and usually sell for anywhere from $30 to $45.

I was truly blown away by how great these headphones sound with my 4GB Sansa Clip. They use just one AAA battery for noise canceling, and that feature works amazingly well. They even make my brother's 5.5 gen Video iPod sound better than it should.




Thanks,
Brad


You painted it black. I always loved the chrome'ish appearance of my 4GB Clip...which i will never get to see again, thanks Nick....lol j/k.
post #43 of 1113
You had to quote 1 picture for that?
post #44 of 1113
What are you talking about? I didn't quote 6 pictures. Stay off the wacky tabacci. j/k
post #45 of 1113
its a silicone skin
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