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post #106 of 4015

Right now playing hifiman hm601>line out> fiio e11> sennheiser ie8/sennheiser hd650... other hp are ath m50 , koss porto pro... looking for a nice amp like fiio e9..

post #107 of 4015

Hello all:

 

Just saw this thread. I live in Chennai. Please see my community profile for the stuff that I own.

 

Regards

post #108 of 4015
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Hello all:

 

Just saw this thread. I live in Chennai. Please see my community profile for the stuff that I own.

 

Regards

 

 

You have lot of goodies, enjoy :dt880smile:

post #109 of 4015

Good Thread.

 

I am from Villupuram, Tamil Nadu (Near Pondy)

 

Good to see sumeet3011kothganesh and santhoshr.

 

My stuffs are all listed in my profile

post #110 of 4015
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Good Thread.

I am from Villupuram, Tamil Nadu (Near Pondy)

Good to see sumeet3011kothganesh and santhoshr.

My stuffs are all listed in my profile
Ah there you are. For the 500, I recommend the Bifrost/Asgard or the Bifrost/Lyr combo. If you could get a Burson Soloist amp, that will be ideal for the 500.
post #111 of 4015

how about the Lyr with ibasso dx50 LO for driving sennheiser hd650, hifiman he500

post #112 of 4015
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how about the Lyr with ibasso dx50 LO for driving sennheiser hd650, hifiman he500
Don't know anything about the ibasso line up. Sorry.
post #113 of 4015

Hi, Indian guy recently moved back to India (Chennai). For my gear, see my community profile. Have dabbled in headphones and portable audio for quite some time now. Good to connect with a growing network of Indian guys on head-fi.

post #114 of 4015
Good to see many people in Chennai.
post #115 of 4015

no punjabi here??:confused_face(1):

post #116 of 4015

Good news is that now we get a lot of components in India (Meridian audio has 3 showrooms in India), although very expensive still (Meridian explorer might be a good addition to a desktop rig, but is clearly 70% more expensive than if one sources it from the US/elsewhere).  Should be interesting to see how things pan out. 

 

Sardarji, I wanted to say something funny about Punjabis not being on this forum, but I saw your profile pic and I think I'll keep my thoughts to myself :wink_face:!

post #117 of 4015
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Originally Posted by shinystuffbuyer View Post
 

Good news is that now we get a lot of components in India (Meridian audio has 3 showrooms in India), although very expensive still (Meridian explorer might be a good addition to a desktop rig, but is clearly 70% more expensive than if one sources it from the US/elsewhere).  Should be interesting to see how things pan out. 

 

Sardarji, I wanted to say something funny about Punjabis not being on this forum, but I saw your profile pic and I think I'll keep my thoughts to myself :wink_face:!


lol,yup that poster was designed by me only for evoking such reaction in the first place:tongue:

 

btw have u ever purchased from hifinage??

 

i just asked hifiman if they were official dealers and whether their warranty would stand the reply was

 

"No,We will not provide warranty. But you can contact them to see if they provide any."

post #118 of 4015

No Sir, not me. I am a bit wary of purchasing audio equipment online in India. I still think we have to travel some distance in this space. And, if Hifiman say they won't provide warranty, what's the point anyway?

 

I have a question of my own now:

 

What do you guys do for Indian HD music (Rahman types)? I have the rig for it (AK100 through SR71B) but unfortunately I've had to make do CD rips for Indian music.

post #119 of 4015
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Originally Posted by shinystuffbuyer View Post
 

No Sir, not me. I am a bit wary of purchasing audio equipment online in India. I still think we have to travel some distance in this space. And, if Hifiman say they won't provide warranty, what's the point anyway?

 

I have a question of my own now:

 

What do you guys do for Indian HD music (Rahman types)? I have the rig for it (AK100 through SR71B) but unfortunately I've had to make do CD rips for Indian music.


i have downloaded the roja torrents,full album flac and it was pretty good quality

 

u will need to join desitorrents i think,it will push u back 11 euros if i remember properly but if u want indian rips without buying and ripping a cd urself u will be wise to join that.

otherwise u will not get anything better than a 320 kbps unless u buy a cd urself and rip it(pretty costly affair if u are an average indian)

 

i have put on strings(pakistani band) torrents up for download for past 10 days,i keep my lappy open for 18 hours everyday but stillits only 75% complete.

 

in case u want to know the size,u will laugh when i tell u its only 1 gb

 

my connection is 4 mbps,with 512 kbps download speed

post #120 of 4015

rarely ripped from original cd .

most often from torrents.

but do check the quality using some spectrum analyser

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