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Couldn't imagine a ZO in that rig...

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There's a few members in the Basshead Thread that pair the ZO with Pro 900s and XB series...and max it out. :D

 

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Couldn't imagine a ZO in that rig...

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I remember that thread lol, 'good' days~ I for one paired it with a HFI580 :P

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Originally Posted by WayTooCrazy View Post

VERY NICE FLOORING you have there!

Thank you vewry much.

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(The E9 isn't part of the set-up, just for show xD) and yes, I carry a car battery with me, as well at my desk.


Edited by planx - 6/27/12 at 10:17pm
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No ZO, but it does have a +2 Bass boost, also its about quantity, not quality biggrin.gif

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Fiio E3 vs ZO , which one has more  bass quantity? 

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Originally Posted by a_tumiwa View Post

Fiio E3 vs ZO , which one has more  bass quantity? 

Zo by about a million miles.

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WOW....,

when i used Fiio E3, my music is become muddy, the bass was covering the mid frequency and high is roll-off, if  this ZO is bassier, this product should be created not for music, but only for bass blink.gif

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It's called a personal subwoofer for a reason...

 

Also, the ZO has an extremely clean boost. The FiiO amps seem to take a caveman approach to bass boosts. You also need cans that can handle EQ well, too...

 

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Originally Posted by a_tumiwa View Post

WOW....,

when i used Fiio E3, my music is become muddy, the bass was covering the mid frequency and high is roll-off, if  this ZO is bassier, this product should be created not for music, but only for bass blink.gif

post #5456 of 7505

ZO2 will boost bass cleanly and without much muddiness until you reach the top 30% of it's bass boost. by then, you will notice the bass overlapping into the other spectrums and whatnot. Of course this all depends on what you're using to listen to it. I have the AS-2's that seriously don't get muddy the more I boost it.

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Originally Posted by a_tumiwa View Post

WOW....,

when i used Fiio E3, my music is become muddy, the bass was covering the mid frequency and high is roll-off, if  this ZO is bassier, this product should be created not for music, but only for bass blink.gif

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Quote:
Originally Posted by a_tumiwa View Post

WOW....,

when i used Fiio E3, my music is become muddy, the bass was covering the mid frequency and high is roll-off, if  this ZO is bassier, this product should be created not for music, but only for bass blink.gif

The E3 sucks.....it's a sub-$10 amp for a reason...lol.

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Too much yak not enuff pics!

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Too much yak not enuff pics!

+1

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i agree. very_evil_smiley.gif

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