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post #16 of 22
Thread Starter 

some time later..

 

tunes all day,every day..main phones HD-25s but other where used..

 

I take back not the best...

sound that is..I still mourn the battery of my D2..:/

 

set to flat its just..clean..it just sounds rigth,for lack of words. just a bit thin ?  

again for lack of words, feels like I want more jucie,getting a a cheap small amp (fiio i guess)

 to se if it cures it. :)

 

me and words..:(

 

just my tougths..overall Iḿ still in love <3  

made a nice leather strap for it and we are never seperated ;)

post #17 of 22
Thread Starter 

some time later..

I have to evolve the sound thing..

 

set on flat, at 50% volumeand under it sounds,hmm.. restricted.. at say 55% it "opens up"..

my player acting wierd or everyones?

 

and further,did  cowon spoil me totaly?

to my ears it sound "thin" at any volume..still "right" but as if lacking juice...

getting a cheap small amp,Fiio I guess,to see if it cures it. 

 

battery,well,I dont get 24 hours,I get 14-17 on 65% vol. 

I think its OK for its size.in the end.Iḿ happy

 

I still love it <3

made a nice leather strap so now we are never apart..;)

post #18 of 22

Its just so darn convenient. I run the cable up my shirt sleeve and the phones out of my collar. No dangling wires, easy to turn on/off or go to the next track depending on how you program the sleep/wake button. I hardly need more than 35% volume and EQ off sounds best to me. Battery seems to last forever.

 

6g.JPG

post #19 of 22
Thread Starter 
thats nice...

mine looks the same but homemade :P

no camera,but someday Iĺl put a photo or 2 up in "pics of your portable"
post #20 of 22
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Originally Posted by RADI0HEAD View Post

Its just so darn convenient. I run the cable up my shirt sleeve and the phones out of my collar. No dangling wires, easy to turn on/off or go to the next track depending on how you program the sleep/wake button. I hardly need more than 35% volume and EQ off sounds best to me. Battery seems to last forever.

 

6g.JPG


Trying to let my Fiancee have hers because she never uses it. Want to do something similar to this.
post #21 of 22
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Originally Posted by MorbidToaster View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by RADI0HEAD View Post

Its just so darn convenient. I run the cable up my shirt sleeve and the phones out of my collar. No dangling wires, easy to turn on/off or go to the next track depending on how you program the sleep/wake button. I hardly need more than 35% volume and EQ off sounds best to me. Battery seems to last forever.

 

6g.JPG


Trying to let my Fiancee have hers because she never uses it. Want to do something similar to this.
I was never an ipod fan but decided to try the nano 6 for its convenience. It can't be beat for convenience when worn like this and it sounds pretty good too.
post #22 of 22

Who can tell the difference in SQ between iTouch 4G and Nano 6G EQ only OFF and no AMP:) ?

And name your IEMs on which you are listening to.

 

I'm very interesting about soundstage, details, instrument separation.

 

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