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My setup as it sits now. Need more audio gear to make it acceptable lol. I plan on getting a Little Dot MKII once I get paid next week biggrin.gif

 

 

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Excellent photos! The HD595 really take me back. The HD555 was my first audiophile grade headphones, but the HD595 was my first true love. They sound great, especially considering their price. Really comfortable as well. Your setup looks great.

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That's a really nice setup. I'm really digging the wallpaper and the lighting as well.

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AppleMark

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I'm in love with that picture!

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Just updated my boyfriends and my own computer area/studio setup.

 

Sharp!  The under-glow is a nice touch.

Thanks. smily_headphones1.gif

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WOW!

 

EpicPie - that is impressive!

 

Nice touch with the lighting effects.


thank you.
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Just updated my boyfriends and my own computer area/studio setup.
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Looks excellent after the tidy-up! I see the Beyers for listening, but what headphones are you using with the CDJs? Just curious :P

Sennheiser Amperior.
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WOW!

 

EpicPie - that is impressive!

 

Nice touch with the lighting effects.

Yea. Looks amazing!

Fanks

Sent from my HTC One
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AppleMark

Classy...

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AppleMark

 

 

I dig those speaker stands..

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AppleMark

Very nice!

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Did somebody say old school portable rigs? I'm on the verge of starting a collection of those. 

 

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Wanted to buy a PCDP anyway. Couldn't resist this one. Bose PM-1

 

 

My soon-to-be-replaced Blackberry Trilobite 8530. 

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AppleMark


are the emotiva's as good as they say ?? i've considering selling my audioengine a2's and trying these

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are the emotiva's as good as they say ?? i've considering selling my audioengine a2's and trying these

 

I'm delighted with them, best $299 I've spent in a long time...

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Did somebody say old school portable rigs? I'm on the verge of starting a collection of those. 

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Wanted to buy a PCDP anyway. Couldn't resist this one. Bose PM-1




My soon-to-be-replaced Blackberry Trilobite 8530. 



Try to find a Sony wm 505 from 1988. Amazing!
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WAV > Foobar 2000 (WASAPI event mode) > USB > Centrance DACMini CX > Decware ZSTAGE (with NOS 1956 Radiotechnique 12AU7) > Emotiva a-100 Mini-X (with 8 Wpc @ 50-Ohms) > Audeze LCD-2 rev.1 

 

The LCD-2 is directly connected to the Mini-X speaker terminals by cutting off the TRS plug of a stock Audeze cable and attaching deadbolt banana plugs.

 

The stock Mini-X 18AWG unshielded power cord has been replaced with Emotiva's 12AWG shielded power cord and a Pangea C14 o C7 adapter.

 

RCA interconnects are also by Emotiva.

 

My Burson Soloist is so for sale!  The bass extension and control are better with this rig, as is the dynamics - lots of slam, less laid back (with on stage vs. fourth-row seating).  I didn't care for how the T1 sounded with the Mini-X, but it's great with the LCD-2, which has really come to life with 8 Wpc into 50-Ohms.

 

The ZSTAGE adds some tube goodness and allows me to roll different tubes (with which to drive myself crazy), but the Mini-X without the ZSTAGE is still very satisfying, and a wee bit more resolving.

 

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Mike

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WAV > Foobar 2000 (WASAPI event mode) > USB > Centrance DACMini CX > Decware ZSTAGE (with NOS 1956 Radiotechnique 12AU7) > Emotiva a-100 Mini-X (with 8 Wpc @ 50-Ohms) > Audeze LCD-2 rev.1 

 

The LCD-2 is directly connected to the Mini-X speaker terminals by cutting off the TRS plug of a stock Audeze cable and attaching deadbolt banana plugs.

 

The stock Mini-X 18AWG unshielded power cord has been replaced with Emotiva's 12AWG shielded power cord and a Pangea C14 o C7 adapter.

 

RCA interconnects are also by Emotiva.

 

My Burson Soloist is so for sale!  The bass extension and control are better with this rig, as is the dynamics - lots of slam, less laid back (with on stage vs. fourth-row seating).  I didn't care for how the T1 sounded with the Mini-X, but it's great with the LCD-2, which has really come to life with 8 Wpc into 50-Ohms.

 

The ZSTAGE adds some tube goodness and allows me to roll different tubes (with which to drive myself crazy), but the Mini-X without the ZSTAGE is still very satisfying, and a wee bit more resolving.

 

biggrin.gif

 

Mike

Always good to see Decware gear! Looking good Mike!

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Z Stage is bigger than I imagined...
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