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post #136 of 1385
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Originally posted by steel102
heres my current one. rio karma + senn px200's. ksc-35's coming soon, but i'll be using both of them pretty frequently.

Thanks! That gives me the best idea of how big the Rio Karma is out of any pics I've seen since I have the PX200s sitting right next to me
post #137 of 1385
Ptrick,

That is a very nice portable rig you have there! What kind of cdp is that?

thanks
post #138 of 1385
Thread Starter 
That's the Sony D-25S
post #139 of 1385
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Originally posted by scottder
Here is a page about DCC:

http://www.xs4all.nl/~jacg/philips/dcc.html

Inteeresting idea.

Kinda reminds me of seeing prerecorded MiniDiscs at a local electronic chain.

Scott
Yup. That's the link I was gonna post. The format sounded better than minidiscs, virtually indistinguishable from the source, to my ears and to the reviewers of the time...
post #140 of 1385
Thread Starter 
At least they had a door on it to protect the tape. My one gripe with CDs, they need more protection.

Scott
post #141 of 1385
Quote:
Originally posted by scottder
At least they had a door on it to protect the tape. My one gripe with CDs, they need more protection.

Scott
Agreed. Cds could definitely use more protection (or less clumsy handlers). I'm so anal about such things, all my cds still look like new, and I got into 'em back in 1985.
post #142 of 1385
Thread Starter 
I use my at home, at work and in the car. I may get in the habit of just making CD-R copies of them from now. Beats replacing them

Scott
post #143 of 1385
here's a link to some pictures of the various decks that were made:

http://mhintze.tripod.com/audio/dcc/dccdecks.htm

I personally own 4 decks. The Panny portable in my post, and a Technics RS-DC10, and 2 Optimus DCT-2000s. A Philips portable is also hopefully in the works for me!
post #144 of 1385
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Originally posted by scottder
I use my at home, at work and in the car. I may get in the habit of just making CD-R copies of them from now. Beats replacing them

Scott
Me too. The only time I ever took "originals" out of the house was when I put one in the portable player, and didn't remove it till I got back in the house. I'm weird about things like that.
post #145 of 1385
my new portable setup, a headsave tempo will follow this christmas and maybe an akg.



inside carrying bag:
http://terrymx.homestead.com/files/i...px200port2.jpg

imp400 by itself:
http://terrymx.homestead.com/files/imp400/imp400.jpg
post #146 of 1385
That version of the toilet seat doesn't look half-bad, the silver one is hideous though.
post #147 of 1385
Where can i find info on the sony d-25?

thanks
post #148 of 1385
whatever this is I want one!
post #149 of 1385
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Originally posted by Dan the audioman
Ptrick,

That is a very nice portable rig you have there! What kind of cdp is that?

thanks
Thanks

Are you referring to the one with the amp? In that case, yes, as scottder said right, that's a sony D25s. It's ideal because I don't have space in my room, and having such a compact rig really helps. I can't imagine having a full size rig as yet, but it's nice to dream about The one with the Grados is the D777.

Edit: Oh and here is a review with good info on the D25s!
post #150 of 1385
Oh yeah! My camera phone RULES!

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