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post #31 of 5949
Remember these? I probably have some of the most outdated equipment in this thread, and I'm still ampless! After 3 years on HF.

Transportable: iRiver H140 > Goldring DR150


Portable: iPod Nano 3G > KSC75
post #32 of 5949
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Originally Posted by mrdeadfolx View Post
No doubt. Now post, or re-post the picture of your rig if you have to! The point of starting a new one of these threads is to encourage people to actually post a picture instead of pages of discussion between pics. Now let's see those rigs!
No problem







post #33 of 5949
Shameless repost of some of my setups.
I have a new toy coming pretty soon and will post some pics of it once I have it.








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Took these with my mates new Nikon D90 (although Facebook has mutilated them!)
post #35 of 5949
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Originally Posted by Audio-Fi View Post
You paid way more for a chrome version of Triple.Fi and you are playing it on a iPod Touch/iPhone
Yes, I am. What did you want you want me to do, go buy another iPod and Predator for them? Besides, unamped, the iPhone 3g is the best sounding DAP I've ever heard. Your confusion confuses me.
post #36 of 5949
Trance, you MUST try some other tips! Aside from that, it's one of the best portable setups I've heard... Just wish I could have kept those damn UE in my head... pathetic tiny holes in side of head...
post #37 of 5949
First post, good place to start anyway !
Because of head-fi i now want a better amp (ibasso d3 would be nice)
and new headphones (ath esw9 would make me happy...)
I'll ask Santa !
LL
post #38 of 5949
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Yes, I am. What did you want you want me to do, go buy another iPod and Predator for them? Besides, unamped, the iPhone 3g is the best sounding DAP I've ever heard. Your confusion confuses me.
Buying a Corvette engine for a Honda Civic.
post #39 of 5949
1 config of my Rockbox, CF MOD, DIYMOD rig



and i'm going to be predictable here and repost the pic I posted on the last page of the last thread.

iphone 3G with DIY LOD and pico... oh and its pretty evident what the buds are.
post #40 of 5949
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Buying a Corvette engine for a Honda Civic.
Incorrect. A good IEM for a good DAP on the go. If I wanna get serious with my listening I'll use my main rig. That ones pure Bentley
post #41 of 5949
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Originally Posted by mrdeadfolx View Post
Incorrect. A good IEM for a good DAP on the go. If I wanna get serious with my listening I'll use my main rig. That ones pure Bentley
you tell em' man; don't let'm put the iphone down; I totally agree with you; I havent heard the gen 2 touch but the iphone 3G is the best sounding Apple DAP ever made for running ampless. sometime I still use my shures with it unamped if i'm in a rush or need extra pocket space. The iphone 3G is a totally different animal from the fairly average sounding 2G iphone; it has a very quite HP out even for sesitive IEM's like mine.; sure the EQ is crap but I dont like using EQ anyway, i'm not a big fan of coloured sound or MEGEBASS. I also use it with my pico and it sounds great; Not as good as my DIYMOD but still very acceptable.

anyway here's one more picture because I realized I haven't got any pics of my crystal cables DIY LOD wow this wire is the Beez kneez.n the best sounding and most flexible LOD I have by FAR!!!

post #42 of 5949
nice rig. what is the ipod case?

[QUOTE=qusp;4867353]1 config of my Rockbox, CF MOD, DIYMOD rig

post #43 of 5949
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Originally Posted by mik000000 View Post
nice rig. what is the ipod case?
thanks it's a BSE total protection case
post #44 of 5949
Shameless repost see sig



post #45 of 5949
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What kind of phones are these?
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