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New portable setup:

alessandro ms-1i spalted wood mod and recable by gamja labs + ak240 + tur06 (telefunken diamond base tubes) + pure copper ic

 

 

 

post #10967 of 15051
After long Time i never heard My sony H3 , since One week i have many My portable amp and Dap to pair With Sony H3

Sony H3 With :

HiiSound Studio V 3rd Edition : not so Good Synergy , bass Boomy and bloated to The midrange and High is roll Off




AK 120 Titan + IBasso D12 : very Good Synergy but still not The best what i want





With Theorem + IPhone 5s : With dac amp Theorem SQ Is very Good , less High exttension



Tonite i have tried like below :

Source : iPhone 5s
Dac : Cypherlabs Class Solo -dB 2,00 Vrms
Amp : Alo Continental v2 Tube amp
Cable : mini to mini Crystal Cable Dream Line series diy
Lightning to mini USB cyoher Labs Stock cable

High: now sound more Crisp than before , very clean and Clear , not like before so roll Off
Mid : very sweet and natural , not like before so muffeled
Bass : very Good basa impact , very clean and Clear , better bass Speed and The important Think not so Boomy
Or bloated , This surprised Me , i Did not expected that My Sony H3 at The End has so kind OF bass
Separation : very Good , not like before not so Clear
Soundstage : now Wide and very Good Depth , not like before so narrow ,

Overall:
Sony H3 need to Find very Good Synergy With dap or amp or dac
I was so frustrated After i tried out The box In. December , less than 20 hours i give Up put In The box .
With This set Up really very surprised Me , very detail , very Good clarity , very sweet and Clear mid , mid has a bit sibilance doesnt disturb Me , The bass is very Good In detail and not so Boomy or bloated , i never believe that now i can match set Up For sony H3.
Before i want to sell My Sony H3 , now No more i Will keep it

IMO


Edited by rudi0504 - 3/26/14 at 9:58am
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post #10969 of 15051
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Originally Posted by xplosive View Post

New portable setup:
alessandro ms-1i spalted wood mod and recable by gamja labs + ak240 + tur06 (telefunken diamond base tubes) + pure copper ic







Dang!
post #10970 of 15051
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Originally Posted by xplosive View Post
 

New portable setup:

alessandro ms-1i spalted wood mod and recable by gamja labs + ak240 + tur06 (telefunken diamond base tubes) + pure copper ic

 

 

 


All I see are dollar signs. Wow.

post #10971 of 15051
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All I see are dollar signs. Wow.

 

:etysmile:

post #10972 of 15051

ak240 + grado = amazing sound.. :D

post #10973 of 15051
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Originally Posted by xplosive View Post
 

New portable setup:

alessandro ms-1i spalted wood mod and recable by gamja labs + ak240 + tur06 (telefunken diamond base tubes) + pure copper ic

 

 

 

hidden treasures... (Click to show)

 

 

 

Love that wood....what kind is it...

 

Hope I can fly to Surabaya soon to get something like done..

Some much wood to choose from in Indonesia...

post #10974 of 15051
I came across a cheap new-old-stock 4G iPod Touch. Then had to spring for a Yotank case for protective bling.
Total whim and impulse purchase.

This is my first iPod Touch. I've always owned classics for the extra capacity. So far I'm liking it.

An added bonus is the ability to run the aesthetically pleasing but ultimately pretty useless McIntosh audio player.


post #10975 of 15051
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Originally Posted by Jason36 View Post

My new setup - iPod Touch 5g -> HiFi M8 -> DreamEarz Aud-8x





The M8 really has blown me away....I can't believe how good this sounds with an iPod.

Now I need to crack on and get myself a set of balanced full size headphones to use with this as well. Any recommendations from anyone? I'm thinking HifiMan HE400/500, HD650, Audeze LCD2 or Fostex TH600. What do other people think / recommend?

 

I can attest to the HD650 having great synergy with the HiFi-M8.  If I was going to get a HiFiMan, I'd hold out for the newer models, simply because they are supposed to be easier to drive...

 

Also, since you have an iPod Touch that can run IOS7, you should get a CCK and an adapter to USB B, so you can start messing around with hi res audio...

post #10976 of 15051
This is quite a satisfying sound
post #10977 of 15051
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Originally Posted by batteraziiz View Post


All I see are dollar signs. Wow.

Now is trendsetter that portable rigs rise Up The price , i heard They try to Boots to 5 K DAP next year
If thats true thait is more crazy than now biggrin.gif

More expensive than desktop rigs biggrin.gif
post #10978 of 15051
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Originally Posted by Jason36 View Post

My new setup - iPod Touch 5g -> HiFi M8 -> DreamEarz Aud-8x





The M8 really has blown me away....I can't believe how good this sounds with an iPod.

Now I need to crack on and get myself a set of balanced full size headphones to use with this as well. Any recommendations from anyone? I'm thinking HifiMan HE400/500, HD650, Audeze LCD2 or Fostex TH600. What do other people think / recommend?

Very Nice set Up Jason
Please try it With iPhone 5s as Your next source , you Will Love more Your M8
post #10979 of 15051
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Originally Posted by TheDreamthinker View Post
 

 

Love that wood....what kind is it...

 

Hope I can fly to Surabaya soon to get something like done..

Some much wood to choose from in Indonesia...


It is spalted wood, but i am not sure what kind is the wood. I guess it is a spalted rosewood. I will ask gamja later. I just love the color and pattern of it :D you may check on his facebook, he always updates wood that he is working at and they are on very limited quantity. I think he do sell to overseas too. Wood in Indonesia are still cheaper and lots of variety too.

 

updated: it is a spalted tamarind


Edited by xplosive - 3/26/14 at 11:00pm
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Back to basics.................

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