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Originally Posted by nazrin313 View Post


To my ears it does sound great with the portable setup that I have, ihifi960>ted's pure silver IC>portatube plus>ted's pure silver cable>sd-3..

Sooo much bass, details, soundstage and separation.. Pure 3D sound... Luv it

haha anyone tried comparing sd3 with um miracle? whats the diff?

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Originally Posted by JuzModa View Post
 

haha anyone tried comparing sd3 with um miracle? whats the diff?

The SD-3 is using three drivers, the Miracle is using six (i belive?). One is universal on is custom. One costs ~$400 more.

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Originally Posted by skalkman View Post
 

The SD-3 is using three drivers, the Miracle is using six (i belive?). One is universal on is custom. One costs ~$400 more.

in sound ?

post #10759 of 13547
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in sound ?

Don't know. Don't really care. They're not even in the same price bracket.

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I got my Go-Dap GD03 in the mail last night. I modded it right away and it fits my ipod classic nicely.

 

 

Some shots of the internals.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Punnisher View Post

I got my Go-Dap GD03 in the mail last night. I modded it right away and it fits my ipod classic nicely.




Some shots of the internals.





What did you have to mod? I ordered 2 of them cause they're so cheap. I plan on using an ipod video so I guess it should fit just like a classic
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The plastic "holster" is designed to fit around the entire lower half of the iphone. The corners of the ipod classic are more pronounced and thicker than the iphone so the classic won't fully dock with the connector.

 

I removed the corners of the holster, and it fits perfectly. To do this safely, you need to disassemble the unit completely, but it's not hard.

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Originally Posted by Punnisher View Post

The plastic "holster" is designed to fit around the entire lower half of the iphone. The corners of the ipod classic are more pronounced and thicker than the iphone so the classic won't fully dock with the connector.

I removed the corners of the holster, and it fits perfectly. To do this safely, you need to disassemble the unit completely, but it's not hard.
So if remove the corners of the holster it will fit securely without the need of a band?
post #10764 of 13547
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Originally Posted by mpawluk91 View Post


So if remove the corners of the holster it will fit securely without the need of a band?

It depends on the player. I have a 160gb thin classic, and I don't strictly need a band. Though I will still use one to make sure the dock connector doesn't get damaged if it ever came loose. Thicker ipods like the 160gb fatty and the 80gb ipod video may not clip as well.

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Originally Posted by Punnisher View Post

It depends on the player. I have a 160gb thin classic, and I don't strictly need a band. Though I will still use one to make sure the dock connector doesn't get damaged if it ever came loose. Thicker ipods like the 160gb fatty and the 80gb ipod video may not clip as well.
Great info man thanks, if you can add some more pics of the part you cut it would be extremely helpful!
post #10766 of 13547
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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post
 

Can't remember if I posted this here or not.

 

My in-flight IEM bass-kit.

 

There is no DAP - I use my iPod, but this can be used with in-flight entertainment, PSP, 3DS.. Any source you feel like listening to.

 

 

 

Please excuse my noobness, but could someone explain this setup to me? Is the top device (zo2) a dac? If so, how does it connect to non digital outputs like on 3ds/psp?

 

EDIT: Never mind, just found out the zo2 is for adjusting bass quantities :P


Edited by indieman - 3/19/14 at 9:45am
post #10767 of 13547

Nice work Punnisher!

 

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Originally Posted by BucketInABucket View Post
 

Ahh, by 'mod them' I meant 'mod the drivers'. I have a Parts Express headband coming to replace the stock ones because I find them to be difficult to adjust. I also want to perform the 75 ohm resistor mod as well as recable the things. 

 

I did plan to remove the original drivers from a Pickering OA-7 and put in the Sportapro ones but after learning that I need to remove the pads to do such a thing I'm starting to have second thoughts. Apparently the Sportapros and Portapros share the same drivers and therefore should sound similar - I don't know anything other than that, sorry :o 

How are the mods coming BiaB? Would love some pics :3

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Originally Posted by indieman View Post
 

How are the mods coming BiaB? Would love some pics :3

I've switched from planning to use Sportapro drivers to planning to use orthodynamic drivers. I've spotted a pair of HP-2s that are going pretty cheap and I'm going to try and snap them up. However, I haven't gotten the OA-7 yet and I plan to do the mods once I get back to Hong Kong. A bit anticlimatic, sorry :D 

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Please excuse the rough cuts. It's a work in progress!

 

 

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Originally Posted by Punnisher View Post

Please excuse the rough cuts. It's a work in progress!





Ahh I see, what did you cut it with ?
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