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Blasphemy!!! biggrin.gif
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AHH new setup looks way more portable! How's the switch? I've been looking to pick up the new senns
Staying on topic I've got a retro version of your rig (don't mind the literature hahaha)

Sounds great! I use it way more often than the other rig. I read a lot of mixed reviews about the px100ii but I find them great, surprisingly detailed for $50 smily_headphones1.gif and the BASS :O it's present but polite, never muddy IMO.
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Philips Uptowns + iPod Nano 2G 

 

Rockin'

 

2G even today looks quite neat. redface.gif

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You know what guy's? Sansa earbuds don't sound too bad to be honest.

They're certainly better than the old-school iBuds.....lol. I just never used them because earbuds don't stay in my ears unless I sit still. It's been nice to keep them around, that way every time I have sold off a player I've had earbuds to include with it...lol.

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Yours were defective. Thin is literally the last word I'd use to describe them. They have a very full sound...that's why I like them and recommend them.

 

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To be honest, I thought the Uptown sounded very thin.

But I own the Downtown and really love them. They look,sound, and feel amazing, especially for 69 Singapore dollars. :D

 

As for the 2g...Yeah It's still one of my favorite iPods. This one in particular barely has any damage on it. I was blown away.

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Man, even though I absolutely dislike Grado's sound signature, those RS-1s and RS-2s have got to be one of the best looking phones ever made. 

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Energizer XP8000 for the PB2. Sony PCM-10 as source and DB2 for laptop/computer

 


Edited by kskwerl - 10/11/12 at 12:43pm
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Is that a weight lifting rig?

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Is that a weight lifting rig?

When it's in the bag yes, I use it like a kettle ball

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Energizer XP8000 for the PB2. Sony PCM-10 as source and DB2 for laptop/computer

 

 

emmmmm pass! lol confused_face_2.gif


Edited by stozzer123 - 10/11/12 at 1:58pm
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Energizer XP8000 for the PB2. Sony PCM-10 as source and DB2 for laptop/computer

 

 

 

If you played Dungeons and Dragons, that rig would be considered a "bludgeoning weapon" lol.

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Stop hating on my huge rig lol it sounds great! I just carry that caselogic bag or let it sit on my desk at work it's actually pretty convinent for desktop quality sound

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That things a MOTHER! cool.gif

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Energizer XP8000 for the PB2. Sony PCM-10 as source and DB2 for laptop/computer

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

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Energizer XP8000 for the PB2. Sony PCM-10 as source and DB2 for laptop/computer

 

 

Very nice and tidy rig. I bet it sounds great.

What model of caselogic bag is that? I've had a blighter of a time finding a good bag to schlepp my multi-component portable rig in.

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