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And, the LOD was made by me, not by Qusp.

 

 

you could almost swear it was mine though. … very 'similar' format

 

perhaps a bit longer than mine


Edited by qusp - 6/30/12 at 1:18am
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you could almost swear it was mine though. … very 'similar' format

 

perhaps a bit longer than mine

Yes, It is quite a similar format. I use Milliput epoxy putty to mould the body - same as you do I believe. But the jack on this is a 'Acrolink' one from Lunashops. I couldnt bring myself to cut down an Oyaide... not yet.

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Here is my portable rig. Kind of basic but i love it. Excuse all the dust, it really comes through in the pics wink_face.gif

 

Sennheiser IE80

Fiio E17 with L9 LOD

iPod Nano 2G

 

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Im looking to make some improvements to this setup. Firstly i want to replace the Nano 2G with the iPod 5.5 because of the better dac, although the one in the Nano isn't bad. I also want to get toxic cables to replace the IE80 stock cable and the Fiio LOD.

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Originally Posted by beaver316 View Post

Here is my portable rig. Kind of basic but i love it. Excuse all the dust, it really comes through in the pics wink_face.gif

 

Sennheiser IE80

Fiio E17 with L9 LOD

iPod Nano 2G

 

IMG_2592c.jpg

 

IMG_2594c.jpg

 

IMG_2595c.jpg

 

IMG_2601c.jpg

 

IMG_2602c.jpg

 

Im looking to make some improvements to this setup. Firstly i want to replace the Nano 2G with the iPod 5.5 because of the better dac, although the one in the Nano isn't bad. I also want to get toxic cables to replace the IE80 stock cable and the Fiio LOD.

 

I'll start with replacing the rubberbands XDD

post #5495 of 7505
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I'll start with replacing the rubberbands XDD

 

Haha i thought someone would mention that. Honestly i couldn't find anything around the house that gets the job done any better lol. The rubber bands that came with the E17 are too loose because the Nano is just so thin.

post #5496 of 7505
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Originally Posted by beaver316 View Post

Haha i thought someone would mention that. Honestly i couldn't find anything around the house that gets the job done any better lol. The rubber bands that came with the E17 are too loose because the Nano is just so thin.

That itself justifies the iPod clastic upgrade too!

your setup looks very neat. I should use my ipc, e17 and in ears more often smily_headphones1.gif
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Glad to see you've already received them. And glad to hear you like them. I'm using mine more than I thought I would, considering I bought mine a few days after receiving my W4Rs.

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post #5499 of 7505
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Originally Posted by cogsand gears View Post

 

There Fischer Amps FA-3E's. Not heard of them till recently, when sepinho posted pictures a few pages back .They are produced in Germany and sound very very good so far ( only used them for about 10 - 12 hours since they arrived Tuesday ). They do look like 'universal customs', which is part of what attracted me.

 

They are pretty comfortable and the best isolation I have gotten so far. Very revelaling and pretty neutral sounding.

Nice... congrats on the upgrade.  You still use the TripleFi10?  The cost of those though, puts you right in the ballpark of an entry level Custom (Heir Audio 3.A and 4.A).

post #5500 of 7505
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Glad to see you've already received them. And glad to hear you like them. I'm using mine more than I thought I would, considering I bought mine a few days after receiving my W4Rs.

 Thanks for helping me out with that. They seem quite fit dependant to me - to get the best out of them I need to adjust the angle after insertion. They do sound really good :D

post #5501 of 7505
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Originally Posted by beaver316 View Post

 

Haha i thought someone would mention that. Honestly i couldn't find anything around the house that gets the job done any better lol. The rubber bands that came with the E17 are too loose because the Nano is just so thin.



Don't worry, I use rubber bands too. gs1000.gif


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nd soon I will have this pure solid silver interconnect cable. I'm not sure how I'm going to make this look neat though.


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Edited by H20Fidelity - 7/1/12 at 4:56am
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Originally Posted by mrAdrian View Post

 

I'll start with replacing the rubberbands XDD

 

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Originally Posted by beaver316 View Post

 

Haha i thought someone would mention that. Honestly i couldn't find anything around the house that gets the job done any better lol. The rubber bands that came with the E17 are too loose because the Nano is just so thin.

I use a rubber band too, to connect my rockboxed Clip Zip to my FiiO E6.....so you're not the only one!

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And soon I will have this pure solid silver interconnect cable. I'm not sure how I'm going to make this look neat though.

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What jacks are those?

post #5504 of 7505
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Originally Posted by AyeCee View Post

What jacks are those?


I'm not sure, I read something about them being anti magnetic.

Here's where  my brother bought it.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/280610826236?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649

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i agree. very_evil_smiley.gif

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Looks like some overpriced toy very_evil_smiley.giftongue_smile.gif

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