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^ nice rig dfkt

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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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yeah...the way they're supposed to be... like in the good ol days when every houshold had a state of the art commercial espresso press....wink.gif

 

post #153 of 7505

Gets me through the commute...

 

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Gets me through the commute...

 

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Ridin' in style, yo!

 

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


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Very first meet of mine was with KevinBrown at a Mall Food court...I'm sure some people wondered what was going on since I didn't bother to either eat or look up, the entire time!

 

Since then, KevinBrown and I have traded HF2's due to slight differences and preferences.  

 

Guess this is a picture of our TRANS-Portable rigs!  (He's also got Sansa and PX-100, I'm in love with my UE RM and iPhone.)

post #156 of 7505

Hehe. I guess its more common in Europe to have good espresso machine at home.. Sorry to say, but Americans drink mostly water with a bit of coffee taste biggrin.gif.
 

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Originally Posted by dfkt View Post

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.

 

LussoOneChrome.jpg



 

post #157 of 7505

If I ever go to a cafe it is at least one that serves nice coffee, not that Starbucks brown watered down sludge stuff.

I also find the inside of Starbucks to be rather horrible inside, but maybe it's just in the UK.

Also how can you listen to headphone's in a cafe, I always found it way too noisy unless using iems.


Edited by jackmccabe - 5/24/11 at 5:28am
post #158 of 7505

With all due respect, we prefer to call it swill thank you.  Its hard to get a "good" cup of coffee in the US. 

 

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Hehe. I guess its more common in Europe to have good espresso machine at home.. Sorry to say, but Americans drink mostly water with a bit of coffee taste biggrin.gif.
 



 



 

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^ nice rig dfkt



Whoops, that should have been in the home rig thread. Portable rig is this:

 

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EEE > Headstage USB DAC cable > Digizoid ZO > Phonak PFE > wiggly toes

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Zune 80 and Grado SR-60

 

Zune 80 and Grado SR-60.....Another old rig.

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RE0 and Sansa Clip+.

Simple and light.

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RE0 and Sansa Clip+.

Simple and light.



 

wow, that right angle plug design is almost as bad as the one on my sennheiser omx980's

is it straight, or angled? its like the worst of both worlds. wink.gif

I cant wait to re-terminate to a switchcraft or neutrik -  Not only does the stock plug stick out a mile long, but it slips out of the player if you breathe on it wrong.

 

 

post #163 of 7505

That's probably because it's NOT a right angle plug.  A few of the chinese makers like the 45s for some reason...Brainwavz being the other.

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Zune 80 and Grado SR-60.....Another old rig.



glad to see a fellow zune user. we're a minority beerchug.gif

do you use any headphone amplifier with the zune?

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is it straight, or angled? its like the worst of both worlds

 


Yea perhaps, but its not something that's ever bothered me enough to even think about.

 

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