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post #10936 of 13126
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


Pb2 is also very Good amp more or less the function like Alo Rx 3 B
You need DB 2 as external dac to match Theorem as DAC too .

What is DX 50 plus ? Is that Newest DX 50?

Haha no I meant to say DX50 plus my PB2 XD My bad anyway do you have any idea where I can get a strapper for my DX50 cause the ibasso band is not gonna cut it once I get my DB2 

post #10937 of 13126
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Originally Posted by chee006 View Post

Haha no I meant to say DX50 plus my PB2 XD My bad anyway do you have any idea where I can get a strapper for my DX50 cause the ibasso band is not gonna cut it once I get my DB2 

Where do you live ?
Please ask Headfonia or Analog Head , They sell Alo Rubber straps
post #10938 of 13126
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


Where do you live ?
Please ask Headfonia or Analog Head , They sell Alo Rubber straps

I live in Malaysia and Analog Head is in Indonesia 

post #10939 of 13126
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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post

LOL! Happy now, Rudi? biggrin.gif

Alrighty, let's not get too sidetracked now, haha. smily_headphones1.gif

I am always Happy hahaha:D
post #10940 of 13126
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Originally Posted by chee006 View Post

I live in Malaysia and Analog Head is in Indonesia 

I am sorry i though you live In Indonesia , because Anakchan speak bahasa to you biggrin.gif

Please ask Jaben , i saw Jaben Hong Kong selling Rubber strap
post #10941 of 13126
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


I am sorry i though you live In Indonesia , because Anakchan speak bahasa to you biggrin.gif

Please ask Jaben , i saw Jaben Hong Kong selling Rubber strap

 

It's cool we Malaysians also speak Bahasa, my area has jaben too but not sure if they carry stappers I know they gave me bands but those are so soft and small

post #10942 of 13126
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Originally Posted by chee006 View Post

It's cool we Malaysians also speak Bahasa, my area has jaben too but not sure if they carry stappers I know they gave me bands but those are so soft and small

Please go to Sungai Wong in KL or accecoriess shop and buy hair band for woman
For some my audio gear I use this hair band .
Please choose tight ones


Edited by rudi0504 - 3/24/14 at 12:29pm
post #10943 of 13126
How come the USA doesn't have all these nifty audio stores? frown.gif
post #10944 of 13126
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Originally Posted by mpawluk91 View Post

How come the USA doesn't have all these nifty audio stores? frown.gif


Used to.  Used to be tons of audio equipment shops.  Even used to be lots of stores that offered repair and parts.  Than along came the giant chain stores like best Buy and Radio Shack that basically wiped out all the little individually owned stores.  This scenario holds true for too many other businesses.  Cut to today, where this past month Radio Shack has announced that they're closing 1000's of stores, and Best Buy isn't doing well either.  ALL that will be left will be buying online.  I imagine in another few decades shopping malls will be nothing more than a distant memory!

post #10945 of 13126
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Originally Posted by Hijodelbrx View Post


Used to.  Used to be tons of audio equipment shops.  Even used to be lots of stores that offered repair and parts.  Than along came the giant chain stores like best Buy and Radio Shack that basically wiped out all the little individually owned stores.  This scenario holds true for too many other businesses.  Cut to today, where this past month Radio Shack has announced that they're closing 1000's of stores, and Best Buy isn't doing well either.  ALL that will be left will be buying online.  I imagine in another few decades shopping malls will be nothing more than a distant memory!
I hate shopping online I wish I didn't have to
post #10946 of 13126
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


Please go to Sungai Wong in KL or accecoriess shop and buy hair band for woman
For some my audio gear I use this hair band .
Please choose tight ones

 

In that case I believed Sunway Pyramid near my place should have hair bands but it's gonna be awkward buying them

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Originally Posted by mpawluk91 View Post

How come the USA doesn't have all these nifty audio stores? frown.gif

 

I would think that the US would have way more stores than my country but oh well at least you kinda have the privilege of having more stocks and variety instead.

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Originally Posted by Hijodelbrx View Post
 


Used to.  Used to be tons of audio equipment shops.  Even used to be lots of stores that offered repair and parts.  Than along came the giant chain stores like best Buy and Radio Shack that basically wiped out all the little individually owned stores.  This scenario holds true for too many other businesses.  Cut to today, where this past month Radio Shack has announced that they're closing 1000's of stores, and Best Buy isn't doing well either.  ALL that will be left will be buying online.  I imagine in another few decades shopping malls will be nothing more than a distant memory!

 

Yeah so true.

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Originally Posted by mpawluk91 View Post


I hate shopping online I wish I didn't have to

Same here but sometimes shopping online can get you real cheap price the only downside to me is the socialising aspect of the retailers like the other day I was talking to them and other customer about headphones and IEMs and it felt like it was a HI-Fi meet not to mention there was another guy who did cables and let all of us try prototype cables like the dual USB one which sound fantastic!

post #10947 of 13126
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Originally Posted by chee006 View Post
 

 

In that case I believed Sunway Pyramid near my place should have hair bands but it's gonna be awkward buying them

 

I would think that the US would have way more stores than my country but oh well at least you kinda have the privilege of having more stocks and variety instead.

 

Yeah so true.

Same here but sometimes shopping online can get you real cheap price the only downside to me is the socialising aspect of the retailers like the other day I was talking to them and other customer about headphones and IEMs and it felt like it was a HI-Fi meet not to mention there was another guy who did cables and let all of us try prototype cables like the dual USB one which sound fantastic!

 

Sunway Pyramid -  Daiso there got sell rubber band, white and black color option / medium and large size option.

 

 

before i buy from there to tie my dx100 + rx mk3.

 

post #10948 of 13126
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Originally Posted by Spidermeng View Post
 

 

Sunway Pyramid -  Daiso there got sell rubber band, white and black color option / medium and large size option.

 

 

before i buy from there to tie my dx100 + rx mk3.

 

Nice! what heaphones u using? do u stay there, maybe we can meet up or something!

post #10949 of 13126

Hope you can get it there : )

You can check my profile for gear info.

before i study the one there.

post #10950 of 13126
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Originally Posted by chee006 View Post

Yeah but I am using a DX50 plus and I just bought a PB2 to go with it and my HD 558 

I got the iBasso stack too (DX50+DB2 Boomslang+Pb2) but you got to go all balanced connections. They sound really really synergistic and can be compared to the combo of ipod, theorem and Rxmk3B.
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