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post #14881 of 20148

wink.gif Quite elegant. Though, the language was a bit salty. tongue_smile.gif

post #14882 of 20148

Sadly, I can't listen until my headphones get balanced, next week will be HD650 and I dont know when Paradox..:(

post #14883 of 20148
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Sadly, I can't listen until my headphones get balanced, next week will be HD650 and I dont know when Paradox..:(


HD650's are gonna sound amazing out of that.

post #14884 of 20148

You're getting the Senns "Balanced drive?" Great!

post #14885 of 20148
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You're getting the Senns "Balanced drive?" Great!

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Sadly, I can't listen until my headphones get balanced, next week will be HD650 and I dont know when Paradox..:(


HD650's are gonna sound amazing out of that.

I'm hoping!

post #14886 of 20148
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how, where do you guys choose/download your music? Good hardware also need great music to go with it. Just want to learn from everyone.


Edited by jibzilla - 6/3/14 at 4:43am
post #14887 of 20148
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Since most of my music listening hours are clocked in my cubicle, my listening station lives there too.

 

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Nice keyboard ;)

post #14888 of 20148
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Puny MX blues step aside tongue_smile.gif

 

 

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To keep things on topic, here's my temporary downsized station:

 

 

 

 

Model M right? Sweet.

 

Actuation force a little high for my tastes though

post #14889 of 20148

Depending on the type of music you all listen to.  

 

www.itrax.com

 

This site has some of the best downloads around.  Beats HDtracks.  Just don't have the numbers (YET). 

post #14890 of 20148
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Depending on the type of music you all listen to.  

 

www.itrax.com

 

This site has some of the best downloads around.  Beats HDtracks.  Just don't have the numbers (YET). 

thanks

post #14891 of 20148
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Depending on the type of music you all listen to.  

 

www.itrax.com

 

This site has some of the best downloads around.  Beats HDtracks.  Just don't have the numbers (YET). 

 

This is a very promising site. The Doctor is serious about quality of music and its delivery. I've been waiting for them to grow, so we'll all have a greater selection. Despite clunky navigation around the site, a few years back I downloaded The Patrice Rushen Trio - "Piano, Bass & Drums" @ 24/96 kHz.... tongue_smile.gifYum-o! 

post #14892 of 20148
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New schiit has arrived!

Looks like fun!

post #14893 of 20148
It sure is:)
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New schiit has arrived!
Looks like fun!
post #14894 of 20148
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It sure is:)
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New schiit has arrived!
Looks like fun!

Congrats Wolfie!

post #14895 of 20148

It's not a huge change from my last version, but I got a 1TB desktop external for the office, Previously, I was carrying a mini external 1TB to and from work every day, keeping it synced to my home machine with GoodSync. Now I have a copy of my entire collection at work, and I'm using GoodSync2Go on the drives themselves. This way, I don't have to carry anything to work at all, unless I want to bring the mini drive to act as a sync-ferry between home and work drives. It also means I now have an offsite backup, finally, for my most precious material possession of all, the data on those drives. One copy at home, one copy at the office, one portable copy. I've also got it set up so that the ferry drive mounts as Z: on both computers, and the main drive for each mounts as E: - this way, the iTunes library in its entirety can always point at E: and work the same on both computers, since they're identical to the drive letter. Anything I change on one end is reflected on the other, once synced, with zero hiccups. 

 

Triple backups + offsite backup + effortless sync... for the first time in my life I actually feel completely safe about the music collection. 

 

Also, this is just a plain better shot of my setup over-all.

 

 

iTunes -> Bifrost Uber USB -> Pyst -> Valhalla -> T70


Edited by IorekByrnison - 8/29/13 at 5:32pm
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