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post #10111 of 16022
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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post

Not too sure, but I think you're right.

I just saw them at my workplace for sale so I thought it'd be cool to use them for plug and play purposes, but I guess not.

If the speakers have a power switch then they already have an amp and power source so driving them isn't a problem. If they don't have a power source then it all depends on how strong your amp is
post #10112 of 16022
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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post

Hahaha, I have no clue why! It may just be me, Lol. biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by OmsJtmz32 View Post

Actually these two look alike, as if the DX50 had his wiry arms behind his heard.
post #10113 of 16022

OK Gentlemen, as a DAP newbie (I should say outside of iDevices) I'm about to take the plunge and want to know what I should buy under $300US? I am leaning to the DX50 however I'm open to suggestions:-) More than likely I'll be pairing it with a C5 and hopefully in the near future I'm going with my first CIEM (not going to mess around with this one as it will probably be Roxanne's or Kaiser's). 

 

With that said there is a lot of knowledge and experience out here and I'm looking for some affirmation my choices here are good ones I'm familiar with JDS and RSA amps but am open to other's ie: iBasso etc. as well as DAP's X3? Many here have heard many different variations first hand so I'm hoping I put my first non iDevice DAP system together that has great synergy. I also realize this proposed system setup could give me more feedback than I could read in a month much less disseminate :-0 However I have great respect in your opinions so let the games begin;-)

post #10114 of 16022
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


Thank you Nico for sharing
I am falling in love with the Ko Jo Km 01 Tsugaru Blue special edition
I merited Tsugaru Blue directly and divorce my Ko Jo KM 01 brass edition
But don't worry my friend directly merry my Ko Jo KM 01 brass edition , because so beautiful my Ko Jo KM 01 Brass edition , within 10 minute already gone
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Rudi, a quick freindly suggestion - pls keep this blue one away from me during my next visit.

 

Also it keep away from this "TheMiddleSky" chap! :tongue_smile: 


Edited by sidrpm - 2/14/14 at 10:55am
post #10115 of 16022
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Originally Posted by sidrpm View Post

Rudi, a quick freindly suggestion - pls keep this blue one away from me during my next visit.

Also keep away from this "TheMiddleSky" chap! tongue_smile.gif

I thought you like the red color Sid biggrin.gif
post #10116 of 16022
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


I thought you like the red color Sid biggrin.gif

I hope local store here has stock of both and I get the chance to try them.

post #10117 of 16022
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Originally Posted by esmBOS View Post
 

I suggest everyone posts a picture of their entire collection!

 

Don't try to get me into trouble. :wink:

 

 

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Originally Posted by jackrabbitslim0 View Post

 

Analogy --> I would rather having 20 pretty and special lovers than Only one Super Beauty ........(Bored)

 

 

Are you able to make more than just one work at any one time? :)

post #10118 of 16022
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Originally Posted by knights View Post

Hahahaha... i need to stay away from head-fi these days, frequent quarrel with my wallet. Lol

Man... It was v-day yesterday! Don't try to get the married / in relationship men in trouble with that picture xP


And if were to post all our rig here, I think ClieOS will dominate one whole page... Or two... Or three... XD tons of IEMs he own xD
post #10119 of 16022
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post


Actually these two look alike, as if the DX50 had his wiry arms behind his heard.
LOL..
post #10120 of 16022
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Originally Posted by mrAdrian View Post

Plug them into the DAC's line out, if there's one.
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Originally Posted by CosmicHolyGhost View Post

^ MrAdrian is right, just use line out from your DAP to avoid double amping
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Originally Posted by TekeRugburn View Post

If the speakers have a power switch then they already have an amp and power source so driving them isn't a problem. If they don't have a power source then it all depends on how strong your amp is
Alright, thanks for the advice guys!
I think I'll skip the speakers since I don't own a DAC, nor do I think my amp has enough juice to power them.
post #10121 of 16022

I have an Audioengine A2 and it doesn't make a whole lot of difference whether it's from the line out or double amped. 

post #10122 of 16022
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Originally Posted by lin0003 View Post

I have an Audioengine A2 and it doesn't make a whole lot of difference whether it's from the line out or double amped. 
I see, thanks for that. smily_headphones1.gif
post #10123 of 16022

AK100 as transport

M8

HD800 and HD700 both with Labkable

(M8 was loaned to me, not mine)

post #10124 of 16022
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Originally Posted by knights View Post
 

AK100 as transport

M8

HD800 and HD700 both with Labkable

(M8 was loaned to me, not mine)

Man, if the M8 had a coaxial input i would get it ASAP.

post #10125 of 16022
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Originally Posted by TheMiddleSky View Post
 

No they are not mine, I just want to share the pics (actually one of them is belong to Rudi) :p

 

Kojo KM-01 Tsugaru R

 

 

 

 

Kojo KM-01 Tsugaru B

 

Wow, you and Rudi are lucky. These look super good and am sure sound great too.

 

I went to our "friendly" local store today to try the red & blue versions and see which would suit my rig, iem and musical preference. Unfortunately I was denied a demo as these are not available for trial, but only meant for sale. Quite obviously I was not prepared to put money (considerable amount for me) on the table without the opportunity to try these. 

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