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My new toy

 

 

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Let us know what you think LugBug! 

 

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I've posted some impressions on the HD800 thread in the summit forum over the last few days. They're the best hp's I've heard yet :)

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I'm having trouble shooting tubes properly. Should I darken the room, set a low ISO value and have the shutter open for long, or what?

First off a tripod is a must, generally anything slower than 1/60 will get blurry.

Low ISO is also a must, it decreases the noise.

Other than that you can play around with the settings, personally I like a large aperture for low light shots because it pulls the subject closer and you get some nice bokeh :)

 

Hope that helps

 

I need to get my camera fixed :(

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Ive got a Sony DSLR, I know how to do all those things but for the life of me I cant figure out how to set the aperture... any have any suggestions? smily_headphones1.gif

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Most DSLRs have two knobs.  One knob has the letters, P, A, S, M, and the word Auto on it.  Set that that to A, which puts it in aperture priority mode.  Then, there should be a smaller knob with no letters on it.  This is a multifunctional knob depending on which mode you are in.  Turn that to set the desire aperture.  You'll see the values change on the screen.  Usually, there is an F in front of the number.

 

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Ive got a Sony DSLR, I know how to do all those things but for the life of me I cant figure out how to set the aperture... any have any suggestions? smily_headphones1.gif

-edit- DANGIT. I'm terrible at having epic posts.... worst 500th post ever ... mad.gif
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Originally Posted by AHorseNamedJeff View Post

Ive got a Sony DSLR, I know how to do all those things but for the life of me I cant figure out how to set the aperture... any have any suggestions? smily_headphones1.gif

-edit- DANGIT. I'm terrible at having epic posts.... worst 500th post ever ... mad.gif

LOL...sorry about the unepic 500th.  I'm not sure about the Sony but on my Canon and on the Nikons I've used the aperture is controlled by the control wheel + an function button on the Canon it's one of the two zoom in/zoom out buttons, I can't remember which.  Hope that helps with the Sony.

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Okay thanks!! as my dad would say, I need to RTFM. wink_face.gif I'll try it out later!!

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Listening to the DSD version of Dire Straits - Lions  wink.gif.

Sorry for the quality of pic, I don't know how to deal with bright led frown.gif

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Apologies for the low res pic, its from my phone. Here's what the curent status of my rig looks like. Its DSD capable, fully balanced, and oh so musical with my modded T1 (Black Dragon cable). Happy listening here!

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Pardon the nooby-ness, but what does it mean when something is balanced?

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Pardon the nooby-ness, but what does it mean when something is balanced?

A balanced cable into a balanced amp.

 

into a cable that looks like this

 

Credits to Schiit and BTG Audio.

post #12537 of 17888

My friend with a fancy camera came over the other day and I shot some good shots of the rig. I'll post them once be sends them my way. I post here too much already, but I can't help it when they're not iPhone pics.

post #12538 of 17888

Added a new toy, the Audiotrak Dr. DAC2 TE:

 

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Apologies for the low res pic, its from my phone. Here's what the curent status of my rig looks like. Its DSD capable, fully balanced, and oh so musical with my modded T1 (Black Dragon cable). Happy listening here!

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You don't see much TEAC stuff around these parts. How do you like it? Any chance you've heard their dedicated headphone amp? 

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AppleMark

 

I remember buying my set of W1000X from you.  Did you end up buying another pair?

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