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Sony Walkman e463 > Fiio L5 LOD > Ibasso D4 Mamba > Shure Se535 Red Ltd. tongue_smile.gif

Sonic Bliss. 'Nuff said.

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Sony Walkman e463 > Fiio L5 LOD > Ibasso D4 Mamba > Shure Se535 Red Ltd. tongue_smile.gif

Sonic Bliss. 'Nuff said.

nice setup !

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Hahahaha i knew you will find it @tj
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It was either to keep it and suffer not being able to use it(doctor ordered not to use iem/cans for a couple of weeks), or sell it to someone I know would appreciate it...
Maybe the 901...

 

That is my worst nightmare...I frequently debate with my wife which would be worse to lose...sight or hearing? (I am a self-confessed music nerd, and a part time artist...)

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Sight. Easy choice for me. I actually know a man that's been blind his whole life and is the best local mastering engineers I know. Just listening to his listen and watching him tweak things I can't even hear is amazing.

 

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That is my worst nightmare...I frequently debate with my wife which would be worse to lose...sight or hearing? (I am a self-confessed music nerd, and a part time artist...)

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That's a serious question. As much as I love music I'm a way bigger movie and game geek to lose my sight. Also, I'll need someone to tag along with me to change the music and stuff because there's just no way I'll be able to use either my desktop or portable rig by myself, especially the colorfly c3. If it happens though I'll have to change my portable rig to make it work. I'll need something really simple - probably an ipod shuffle but as I'll be blind and that will be my only joy I guess that will be the time to get an Altmann Tera Player.

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turok?!?!?!?!?!

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OH LONG LOST BROTHER WHERE FOR ART THOU ALL THESE BITTER MONTHS??????????????

 

 

OH....Thanks Bro.....life..what I can say, but thank you for the Apple story, it made my day, and I need more of these esp. these tough days. I missed your smileys..throw me one..

 

Something similar happened between me and an employee with his "Super headphone".....the unmentionables...and my JH16...it took me 3 hours to explain the concept of my hearing aid..

 

It took me some time...but still recuperating...

 

I am excited about the Resurrection of Fiio's X3..I think it should be renamed to the "Phoenix"...

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That is my worst nightmare...I frequently debate with my wife which would be worse to lose...sight or hearing? (I am a self-confessed music nerd, and a part time artist...)

 

 

I know what you mean...I myself enjoy painting.

We don't value what we have , until we lose it.....

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Sweetness!  Love your rig!  Did you make the LOD yourself or is that a re-terminated Fiio?

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This must be a super warm and bassy portable rig smily_headphones1.gif

Through headphone out... I'd agree.  Through line-out... it seems to smooth out the sound a bit more and make it less "Tube" like.  Though with those headphones, I bet it sounds great!

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Sweetness!  Love your rig!  Did you make the LOD yourself or is that a re-terminated Fiio?

 

they are quite a few of those LOD on ebay, with decent build quality, for samsung, sony... line outs

i recall around $50

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My brand new portable set up

iPhone 4 S > Fostex Hp P 1 > Alo RX 3 B > JH 16 Pro and UM Miracle

Cable : Lod to USB Van Den Hul silver tone arm cable
Mini to Mini silver cable

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My brand new portable set up
iPhone 4 S > Fostex Hp P 1 > Alo RX 3 B > JH 16 Pro and UM Miracle
Cable : Lod to USB Van Den Hul silver tone arm cable
Mini to Mini silver cable
 

 

nice rig!

why is there so much space between the fostex and the iphone?

and ... do you take phone calls with the iphone?

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nice rig!
why is there so much space between the fostex and the iphone?
and ... do you take phone calls with the iphone?

Thank you

Because Lod to USB Van Den Hul to stiff and very easy to break , I put rubber
Between my iPhone 4 S and my Fostex Hp P 1.

Because IPhone 4 S is the best idevice as source , mostly I use as DAP
Not much use as phone .

For phone call I use my iPhone 4 G and Blackberry Dakota
Edited by rudi0504 - 10/4/12 at 9:13am
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Whenever I had a brick portable rig I'd just answer the phone, listen through the cans, and talk into the air. Worked fairly well if the rig was just on a table or something at a coffee shop.

 

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nice rig!

why is there so much space between the fostex and the iphone?

and ... do you take phone calls with the iphone?

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