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Nice pic, but K3003 on the footpath is a terrible idea

 

hahahaahah,,, Just a quick snap this morning when i had my morning walk.

post #10367 of 13611
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hahahaahah,,, Just a quick snap this morning when i had my morning walk.

One step and it's gone :eek:

post #10368 of 13611
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hahahaahah,,, Just a quick snap this morning when i had my morning walk.
Woah. That's one expensive "walking rig".
post #10369 of 13611
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hahahaahah,,, Just a quick snap this morning when i had my morning walk.

Are you looking to replace to IEM? give it to me! Dont put it on the pavement D:

post #10370 of 13611
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Duets best pair With Class Solo original

Source : iPhone 4 s
Dac : Cypher Labs Class Solo Original
Amp: Cypher Labs Duet
Headphone : LCD 3 with SAA Endorphin balance 4 Pin , use adapter RSA balance

These set up is excellent , in Medium Gain can drive my LCD 3 at 10 o clock very laud
I never heard my LCD 3 sound quality so full like with this set up
IMO


Could you tell me whats the material you wrap the dac in blue ??
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Here's my portable vacation rig for a week in Palm Springs. I chose my AKG 550s because the are easier to transport than my Mad Dogs. The Dac/Amp is Centrance DacPort connected to a Mac laptop via Wireworld USB and running Amarra/iTunes.
Edited by mbritt - 3/2/14 at 7:56am
post #10372 of 13611

Calyx-M  +  TU-05 portable tube Amp .....   May be my next set-up ?  

 

I already own the TU-05, still hesitating between the AK240 and Calyx-M to feed the TU-05.

 

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Hows the sound of the calyx m?? Howd you get r hands on one? Dying for some impressions smily_headphones1.gif
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Todays rig:

 

Galaxy Note 3-->USB Audio Recorder PRO (UAPP)-->digital audio stream-->USB OTG adapter-->Dragonfly 1.2 utilising both DAC and amp components-->T5p.

 

Wonderful portable rig, the DF is basically in-line in this setting and completely pocketable. The sound is very good, and UAPP allows full control over the amp/analog volume control of the Dragonfly, also plays high-res if one cares about that. I don't particularly, but as you can see from the magenta colour this particular song is 24/96.

 

 


Edited by NZtechfreak - 3/2/14 at 5:18pm
post #10375 of 13611
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Todays rig:

 

Galaxy Note 3-->USB Audio Recorder PRO (UAPP)-->digital audio stream-->USB OTG adapter-->Dragonfly 1.2 utilising both DAC and amp components-->T5p.

 

Wonderful portable rig, the DF is basically in-line in this setting and completely pocketable. The sound is very good, and UAPP allows full control over the amp/analog volume control of the Dragonfly, also plays high-res if one cares about that. I don't particularly, but as you can see from the magenta colour this particular song is 24/96.

Nice! I'm anxiously awaiting my df 1.2 to arrive :)

 

 

Picked up some klipsch s4 the other day just for the heck of it. Not bad, love the kick for techno but it does leave me wanting a more spacious sound like my hd598s ;)


Edited by indieman - 3/2/14 at 5:33pm
post #10376 of 13611
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Hows the sound of the calyx m?? Howd you get r hands on one? Dying for some impressions smily_headphones1.gif


This is obviously a photoshop...he says he is still hesitating.

post #10377 of 13611
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Todays rig:

 

Galaxy Note 3-->USB Audio Recorder PRO (UAPP)-->digital audio stream-->USB OTG adapter-->Dragonfly 1.2 utilising both DAC and amp components-->T5p.

 

Wonderful portable rig, the DF is basically in-line in this setting and completely pocketable. The sound is very good, and UAPP allows full control over the amp/analog volume control of the Dragonfly, also plays high-res if one cares about that. I don't particularly, but as you can see from the magenta colour this particular song is 24/96.

 

 


Hi Murray:)
Great looking porta...
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I use this for my 4 hour daily commute

 

Iphone 5 -> Theorem 720 Dac/Amp -> Ultrasone Pro 900

Music controlled through Pebble Bluetooth Watch (first pic, left)

 

I charge the Theorem every 2 days, which automatically charges my phone.

Pebble watch lasts 8-9 days per charge. 


Edited by Scorpion667 - 3/2/14 at 9:47pm
post #10379 of 13611
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Nice! I'm anxiously awaiting my df 1.2 to arrive :)

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Picked up some klipsch s4 the other day just for the heck of it. Not bad, love the kick for techno but it does leave me wanting a more spacious sound like my hd598s ;)

 

 

Thanks man! It's a really great little piece of kit, I'm sure you'll enjoy it!

 

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Hi Murray:)
Great looking porta...

 

Hey man, how are you? Thanks, yours looks sharp too (and nice pic too).

post #10380 of 13611
Coffee break at Haagen Dazs

Source : AK 100
Dac / Amp : Chord Hugo
Iem : Earsonic SM 64 V 1 , 112 Ohm

Impresion : Hugo pair With AK 100 via Bluetooth , like ww hear Any dap via Bluetooth
We can hear background noise , but The sound quality is The best from Bluetooth
DAP i Ever heard .

Note :
I just Found out that HUGO pair With idevice , like My iPad air , iPhone 5s
The connection take longer Time than Android phone like Samsung Note 3 or AK 100 / AK 120
And you see In Your iPad Air / iPhone 5s at The screen :
Connected
But The Sand clock always turn and turn like The Connection has not locked .
This make distorsion sound during We hear sound / music

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