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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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Rig for the home journey on the train
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Rig for the home journey on the train

You wear the TH600 on the train? :o 

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Yeah I do it a lot. Why skimp on SQ
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Originally Posted by spkrs01 View Post
 

 

Back to basics.................


If you call a Tera and 1Plus2 basic :P.

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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post


If you call a Tera and 1Plus2 basic :P.
And to think basics used to mean a Clip and an E11..
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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post


And to think basics used to mean a Clip and an E11..

 

Headfi "shure" has come a long way....

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iPod Nano 6G >> Venturecraft DD Socket 1 OPA627 >> Portaphile 627 micro >> Westone UM3X RC LTD = OPA627 goodness!

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Fungus View Post
 

iPod Nano 6G >> Venturecraft DD Socket 1 OPA627 >> Portaphile 627 micro >> Westone UM3X RC LTD = OPA627 goodness!

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

I like your placement of each piece of gear:) 


Edited by SkyBleu - 3/27/14 at 5:11am
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I have long Time not use My pico dac / amp , until i saw Your picture inspired Me to use today

Source : IPhone 5s
Dac / Amp : Headamp Pico Dac amp 16 bit / 44,4 KHz
Headphone : LCD XC With SAA Endorphin balance 4 PIN > balance 4 PIN to mini plug going to Pico HP out
Cable : iPhone 5 s use apple lightning to USB > USB to mini USB to Pico Dac Amp
Music file : WAV

High : smooth not so extended like Tube sounding High
Mid : very sweet , thats The strong from Pico dac amp
Bass : like Tube sounding bass , very Good impact
Separation : very Good separation from My Pico Dac Amo
Soundstage : not so Wide , for Close headphone is Good

Note : i havent tried My Pico Dac Amp before pair With iPhone 5s , wow surprised Me works very Good


Edited by rudi0504 - 3/27/14 at 7:28am
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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post

All very_evil_smiley.gif

Haha I wish I could afford them all.
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Originally Posted by singleended58 View Post

He-400 with 3rd party balanced hp cable

Thanks for that.....I must say I'm thinking more towards the HE-500 out of the HiFiMan range.....I believe the M8 should be able to drive sufficiently.

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Originally Posted by ButtUglyJeff View Post

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...

Thanks ButtUgly.....I've owned the HD650 in the past and really liked them with the Toxic Viper cable.....would be good to try the Silver or Black Widow with XLR termination.

The Touch is full of standard ALAC and is used to stream Spotify......my iPhone 5 and iPad 4 has FLAC player loaded for my 24/96 FLAC files connected via the Lightning to USB and Standard USB-A to USB-B cable. Not really had a chance for a critical listening session yet unfortunately.
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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post
 

I like your placement of each piece of gear:) 

Thanks. I always try to avoid a triple stack :) 

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Originally Posted by muzic4life View Post
 

 

Mmmm... just finished a draft myself. That an ale?

 

EDIT: never mind, just read the caption on the pic. Looked like a draft ;)


Edited by indieman - 3/27/14 at 9:01pm
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