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post #16 of 73
I have the regular clip and use it with a mini3. Although it doesn't require an amp, I think it sounds better with one. As for portability, it fits in the same size pocket as my cell phone. It's easy to slip it off the velcro for ultra portable again.
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post #17 of 73
I pair it with FiiO E5 mostly because it isn't too much trouble. Otherwise, I agree the Clip+ is just fine alone. The FiiO adds a bit of punch to some music, but not across the board.
post #18 of 73
...and don't forget the FiiO E3. For only $6.25 it's worth a try. I use it attached with velcro stickers with the original Clip and KSC-75 and it sounds great, lots of fun. I've read some people say the bass sounds tighter than the E5, but I noticed it also suffers from some pretty noticeable hiss with my crappy Senn. CX300.
post #19 of 73
i use mine with a fiio e5 like the others, it helps with a little bass boost.
post #20 of 73
Thread Starter 
I'm trying it with my 2move which i use with my Ipod usually...
post #21 of 73
This is how I used to clip my fiio e5 to my clip.



Put them opposite each other and clip the clips together. I had to do this because of the anemic bass of my old Shure E2C's. Ever since I got my Meeelectronics M6's, I haven't needed the e5 and agree with others that the itty bittyness of the clip and some iem's is money for the pocket or purse (or murse). If you are using headphones that need amplification, then like others said, I would get a rubber band or similar strap, put it on your amp, and then clip the clip to it.
post #22 of 73
Clip with Supermicro sticked by the double sided tape.

post #23 of 73
Clip is clipped to the silicon ring wrapped around the Pico:

post #24 of 73
Clip is velcroed to D2 Viper:

post #25 of 73
I removed the clip and its lock from Clip, making its back a flat surface. Then I sticked FIIO E5 by double-sided tape:


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post #26 of 73
hi everyone,

when u guys use the clip with an amp.. what volume and EQ settings do u use on the clip?

thanks
post #27 of 73
I maxed E5 volume and use Clip volume control. EQs depend on the headphone used, no EQ with good headphones.
post #28 of 73
Nice pics kostalex.

Here's my contribution. It looked odd but sounded great.

post #29 of 73
Like many others, I just use the Clip with an E5. They're roughly the same size and I just use their respective clips to hold on to each other.
post #30 of 73
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Originally Posted by kostalex View Post
I maxed E5 volume and use Clip volume control. EQs depend on the headphone used, no EQ with good headphones.
is that (amp max volume, adjust headphone out volume on dap) the recommended way of volume control for dap+amp? or does it really depend on the specific dap+amp?

thanks
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