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Thank, bowbbs!
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It sure is:)
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New schiit has arrived!
Looks like fun!
Congrats Wolfie!
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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.

 

All of my music is from CD's, which I rip with iTunes using Apple Lossless Compression and the error correction option.  From there it's copied to my iPod.

 

Terry

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There we go! Not the best pictures ever taken, but this is my current set.

 

 

 

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^very nice indeed.....

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Mind sending one of those Grados my way? biggrin.gif
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Leonardo,

 

Nice set up. It seems like that desk was perfectly made for your needssmily_headphones1.gif

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Oh wow Leonardo, fantastic! 

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That is an quite epic setup you got there Mr.Leonard
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There we go! Not the best pictures ever taken, but this is my current set.
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Leonardo is the guy who did the HE90/HEV90 Orpheus review a little while back, so I'm not at all surprised that his setup is so nice and clean.

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Thank you very much everyone :)

 

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Mind sending one of those Grados my way? biggrin.gif

 

Actually the second set (the HP1) came as a big surprise for me, because it belonged to a guy here in Brazil. And I guess most headphone oriented audiophiles participate in the local forum, so I though there were only three HP1000s in Brazil and was really surprised to find out about a fourth one. But it turns out that this really nice man had one and contacted me through my website because wanted to sell it, so I got a fantastic price for it. As much as I would love to keep both there's no reason for it atm, as I could invest the money elsewhere (W3000ANV, cough cough), but I'll probably end up selling the HP2, but locally!

 

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Leonardo is the guy who did the HE90/HEV90 Orpheus review a little while back, so I'm not at all surprised that his setup is so nice and clean.

 

Thank you :)

 

I actually called this a definitive set up not a long time ago, but one does not simply stop trying new headphones... so I ended up replacing a few things tongue.gif


Edited by Leonardo Drummond - 8/30/13 at 4:40pm
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Guys, please stay on topic. Thanks.

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WOW nice 

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Emotiva, headamp, lots of cans and head fi webpage as your start browser... You've been head fied!

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taken 15 minutes ago:

 

 

 

13" MBP Running Amarra
Alo Audio Panam - Running through the supplied Wallwart as I will be traveling - I find the Gateway will make everything too bulky
LCD2 Rev 2 - Bamboo
HE-500
 
I used to like the HE500 quite a bit more with my other amp, now the LCD2 is taking the spotlight with a wider soundstage and more clarity and impact due to the Whiplash TWAG V3 and works amazingly well with the Panam.

Edited by Annafrancesca - 9/1/13 at 6:54am
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cheap old hp laptop --> ODAC --> Vintage (1976 or 1977) Pioneer SX-750 --> AKG Q701..... I just recently upgraded from the E17 to the ODAC. Huge improvement. 

 

For $400, excluding the laptop it is an absolute kill setup. It's honestly the best sounding thing I've heard. 

 

Q701: $240 - brand new

ODAC: $120 - new, but open box

SX-750: $40 - obviously used, but in great condition. A little bit of DeoxIT and it was good to go. Not exactly sure of it's history, but it's very clean and sounds perfect. 

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