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Thanks guys.  Good thing is I'm 38, so I don't have to rely on parents anymore for my purchases ;)

 

Though wife approval is sometimes still necessary.

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Got a second-hand Sansa Fuze from someone else on head-fi as a trade for my MTPGs. Combined with the C&C BH2, I have my backup portable rig.

 

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And what's your primary rig? I have a c&c bh2 combined with an 3rd gen iPod. Wanna know what the next step up is. :)

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Thanks guys.  Good thing is I'm 38, so I don't have to rely on parents anymore for my purchases wink.gif

Though wife approval is sometimes still necessary.

So true ... So true... smily_headphones1.gif
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And what's your primary rig? I have a c&c bh2 combined with an 3rd gen iPod. Wanna know what the next step up is. :)

My primary rig is a DX50 hooked up to an Apex Glacier. The DAP is the logical next-step up, the amp probably more like 2 or 3 steps :o

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Got a second-hand Sansa Fuze from someone else on head-fi as a trade for my MTPGs. Combined with the C&C BH2, I have my backup portable rig.

 

 

What's the rockbox skin your using?

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HD25-1 ii / FiiO X5 (demo unit only)


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How are the HD-25s?

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Yeah, how do you like them?

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Just got these in the post. Travelling home from work with them
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Yeah, how do you like them?

 

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How are the HD-25s?


They're a really cool portable, one of the best I've heard regardless of their age, a little aggressive sounding but terribly versatile to many genre's, and especially great at executing EDM and techno. they're basically a living legend and something not unlike ER4S everyone should try once. Usually when I get a piece of gear I sell in about a month and try something else, though every so often something comes along I simply must keep. HD251-ii is one of those headphones. They actually stay paired with my black 2nd edition Studio and the photo above is more for eye candy.

If you want something for on the go and just simply fun, keep your eye out for a pair Lee. 
 

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I'll keep them in mind. I think they shared a similar sound signature to the IE80s? I'd probably like them then.

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They're a really cool portable, one of the best I've heard regardless of their age, a little aggressive sounding but terribly versatile to many genre's, and especially great at executing EDM and techno. they're basically a living legend and something not unlike ER4S everyone should try once. Usually when I get a piece of gear I sell in about a month and try something else, though every so often something comes along I simply must keep. HD251-ii is one of those headphones. They actually stay paired with my black 2nd edition Studio and the photo above is more for eye candy.

If you want something for on the go and just simply fun, keep your eye out for a pair Lee. 
 

I had a pair and I liked them very much. Very fun headphones though not particularly detailed. 

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I'll keep them in mind. I think they shared a similar sound signature to the IE80s? I'd probably like them then.


I haven't heard IE80. Digital Freak loves his pair, Toxic has a set, every part is user replaceable. People do crazy mods to them  such as adding Toxic silver cables. You can turn the cups upside down and use HD600 /HD650 cables, crazy stuff. :tongue:

http://cdn.head-fi.org/e/e7/200x200px-ZC-e714f412_IMG_3237.jpeg

 

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I had a pair and I liked them very much. Very fun headphones though not particularly detailed. 


I don't know about that Lin, the Studio V extracts a fair amount of detail from them for my standards.


Edited by H20Fidelity - 2/27/14 at 11:28pm
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