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recently added a 64gb micro sd to my rockboxed 8gb clip zip! Still my favorite portable player to perfectly compliment my Westone ES-5 Customs.  

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Nice to see some fellow Nano 2G owners :) I bought this little player like 5 years ago when i wasn't in the audiophile scene. I must say it's my favourite looking iPod.

But sadly the audio quality is really poor. When docked into my E17 there's a very noticeable hiss, and it sounds nowhere near as good as the E17 in USB mode.

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

 

 

beerchug.gif I bet it sounds as big as it is!

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This is my portable rig...

 

 

 

Yes! The Voyager, a blinding amp!

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recently added a 64gb micro sd to my rockboxed 8gb clip zip! Still my favorite portable player to perfectly compliment my Westone ES-5 Customs.  

Hey Br777 did ,i suppose you formatted your Micro-SD to Fat?

I thought the maxim capacity for the Clip + and the Clip Zip were 32 gigabytes.Apparently i am going to find out on some US site a good price for a 64g and see the cheapest way to get it to my homedoor!Thanks about that info.

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NO SD CARD SLOT!?

 

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NO SD CARD SLOT!?

 

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Lol, wut?

 

Kojaku

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My brand new HD 700 set up : Alo continental tube amp + iPod classic 7 G 160 Gb
Cable : Lod to USB tone arm cable van den Hul
6,3 mm to mini converter 8 braid solid core silver cable
SQ : very sweet and lush midrange , it is very good to listen audiophile recording and
audiophile Mandarin song .
Very balance sound quality , less bass impact compare Alo RX 3 B
For long listening is excellent , no fatigue fill
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just curious, is there any different with such a heavy usage of the anti-slip pad?

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Lol, wut?

 

Kojaku


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Sorry for the bad focus job.... but I'm listening to it now, so... no retake...

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Sorry for the bad focus job.... but I'm listening to it now, so... no retake...

What kind of cable is that you've got on the TF10s?

 

Kojaku

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I meant to ask what source he was referring to...iPhone 4?

 

Kojaku

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Sorry for the bad focus job.... but I'm listening to it now, so... no retake...

 

What is this?

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What kind of cable is that you've got on the TF10s?

 

Kojaku

It's a DIY Cable built from Toxic Cables Cryo-ed UP-OCC Copper with Palic plug and Wood beads as "Y" split and as Tensioner.

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What is this?

Google Nexus 7 with TF10 and DIY Cable.

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It's a DIY Cable built from Toxic Cables Cryo-ed UP-OCC Copper with Palic plug and Wood beads as "Y" split and as Tensioner.

Google Nexus 7 with TF10 and DIY Cable.

Wheres you 4A's at? And. does that tablet fit in your pocket? It looks pretty big!

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