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post #16 of 1385
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Originally posted by scottder
Actually just busting your chops for using a pocket PC as a source. BILL KNOWS WHAT YOU LISTEN TO! (Actually it's scary what Windows Media player reports back to MS, very scary)

Scott
lol

Wmp sucks and it can't play any thing over 160kb !
pMVP all the way with my 1411kb + music files. They sure fill up that 2gb card fast !
post #17 of 1385
my nomination for best portable sound under $100

Rio Volt + KSC-55
post #18 of 1385
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally posted by Earwax
my nomination for best portable sound under $100

Rio Volt + KSC-55
I have a Rio Volt I use at work. and a CD wallet full of MP3 cds. Makes it easy to spin up a whole days worth of music

One of these days I may pick up a pair of KSC-35's just to see what they are like.

Scott
post #19 of 1385

Retro portable

D-11 + MDR-V6
post #20 of 1385
Thread Starter 
No pics but I have a D-33 (which is great, cept it gets kind flakey when it gets near the end of a CD), my laptop with it's crappy output (should i be hearing the HD and CD spinning up through a headphone out, ugh) and my Rio Volt S-100. Right now I am using my "Headphones-of-Last-Resort" MDR-CD60, sound like crap and hard to drive. BLEH

Saving for ety's and a Headsave amp.

Scott
post #21 of 1385
No pics here either. No digital camera.

I have an Iriver imp-150 or ifp180T with Senn PX100 or sometimes mx500.

I wonder if I should splash for an portable amp. Doesn't need to be very small. I only listen to it when I'm not in my bed/listening room or at night when I don't want to wake up the house. (is this an English expression too?)

The Senn PX100s really start to sing when I hook um up to the NAD CD player and (speaker) amp and I wonder if an portable amp would make my imp-150 sound much better too. Or is it just the NAD C451i CD player that deserves all the credit?
post #22 of 1385
Thread Starter 
I am looking at getting a HeadSave MiniMe from http://www.headsave.com .

Scott
post #23 of 1385
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Originally posted by Dan the audioman
Hey terrymx,

What mini to mini connector cable is in your first picture (the white one)?

Is it good?
no it suck. i used to use this one:
http://home.t-online.de/home/meier-a...cablesmall.jpg
post #24 of 1385
sorry no pics yet

right now: panasonic slsx510 w/ koss frankenstein (ksc35 drivers with portapro headband)

next week: slimx imp550 w/ koss frankenstein
post #25 of 1385
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Originally posted by scottder
I am looking at getting a HeadSave MiniMe from http://www.headsave.com .

Scott
I'm looking at an Headroom airhead cause I also need a decent extension cord and can't seem to find any in The Netherlands.
Buying both from headroom would save me a lot in shipping and stuff.
post #26 of 1385
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no it suck. i used to use this one:
Oh i see...How is that one you showed in the pic?
It turns out that thats exactly what i need (right angle and straight angle) Where can i find it and some info on in?

gracias
post #27 of 1385
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Originally posted by scottder
What MD player is that?

Scott
Sony MZ R 37. I also use one Sony MZ R30 (older & better)...

About the mini/mini intercom, it's from

Headphone.com

Best from



Ari
post #28 of 1385
The R37 is regarded as one of the best-build MDRs ever, it's a rock...almost as indestructible as the "War Unit", or "the Tank"...the MZ-S1; The Concrete-Surviving monster
post #29 of 1385
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally posted by Lisa
I'm looking at an Headroom airhead cause I also need a decent extension cord and can't seem to find any in The Netherlands.
Buying both from headroom would save me a lot in shipping and stuff.
Not sure what you mean by "extension cord" here?
post #30 of 1385
Here's my portable gear:



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