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post #136 of 7505

I like them, they look heavy duty and over the top.

post #137 of 7505

Seriously! This is rad! :D Plus i used to have a UD01 good choice for budget DAC imo.

 

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Not exactly ultra portable but it sounds good.

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Samsung Netbook, J. River, Gel battery, Kingrex Ud01, QED MB45, Beyer T1



 

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eek.gif  I hope its temporary.  Looks like your netbook is getting jump started.  12V?  You know you can do 18 with two 9v.  Why such a huge battery?

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Not exactly ultra portable but it sounds good.

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Samsung Netbook, J. River, Gel battery, Kingrex Ud01, QED MB45, Beyer T1



 

post #139 of 7505

Sony S610 & JVC FX-300

 

Sony S610 & JVC FX-300....Another old rig.

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eek.gif  I hope its temporary.  Looks like your netbook is getting jump started.  12V?  You know you can do 18 with two 9v.  Why such a huge battery?



 



 My netbook is running on it's internal 6-cell battery redface.gif

 

The Kingrex and the QED runs on 12V DC and when I was in the store the price difference between 2,5ah and 5ah gel battery was only 3USD and since my rig never is going to be ultra-portable I went for the largest battery.

post #141 of 7505


How do you like the bi-metals?  What genres were you listening to?  I am waiting on a pair coming in from the UK.

 

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Sony S610 & JVC FX-300....Another old rig.


 

 

post #142 of 7505

Listening to a CD that I picked up at the library.

 

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I'm at a Starbucks right now, going back and forth between two different portable rigs (to see a larger version of a photo, click on it):

 

TTVJ Slim Portable Headphone Amp with Cypher Labs Algorhythm Solo and beyerdynamic DT 1350

 

(above) This is TTVJ's Slim Portable Headphone Amp with digitally-controlled stepped volume control.  The source is a Cypher Labs Algorhythm Solo (portable DAC for iDevices), with an Apple iPod 160GB.  The headphone is the beyerdyamic DT1350.

 

 

Fostex HP-P1 with custom-colored (Colorware) Sennheiser HD 25-1 II

 

(above) The Fostex HP-P1 headphone amp and DAC (for iDevices) and a custom-colored (by Colorware) Sennheiser HD 25-1 II.

post #144 of 7505

Must get some odd looks with all that in a Starbucks tongue_smile.gif

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(above) The Fostex HP-P1 headphone amp and DAC (for iDevices) and a custom-colored (by Colorware) Sennheiser HD 25-1 II.



Hey, Jude, how do you like the Fostex HP-P1?

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Must get some odd looks with all that in a Starbucks tongue_smile.gif


We're regulars at this particular Starbucks, so they're used to us and all the stuff we drag in here.  When we show up here, it's usually for at least a few hours, so we bring our office-on-the-go setups--it looks like we're moving in.

 

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Hey, Jude, how do you like the Fostex HP-P1?


The Fostex HP-P1 is very good.  It's still very new for me (just started using it a couple of days ago), so I haven't done much in terms of direct comparisons to the Cyper Labs Algorhythm Solo (paired up with various amps).  I'm curious to know how the Fostex HP-P1 will compare to the Solo, when used like the Solo, to feed other headphone amps from its line out (as opposed to using the Fostex's built-in amp).  Again, I haven't gotten to that yet.  Still, though, I've used it enough to know it's very good when directly driving the DT 1350 and the HD 25-1 II (haven't tried any IEMs with it yet).

post #147 of 7505

Damn Jude, nice rigs.

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Edited by The Larch - 5/23/11 at 4:17pm
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We're regulars at this particular Starbucks, so they're used to us and all the stuff we drag in here.  When we show up here, it's usually for at least a few hours, so we bring our office-on-the-go setups--it looks like we're moving in.

 


Oh okay, that would make you look less ridiculous, at least some people won't give odd looks other than customers who haven't seen you

post #150 of 7505

People enter Starbucks? On purpose? Without being forced?

 

Guess I'm a dying breed, doing things at home, the way they're supposed to be.

 

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