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In my supermarket you buy rubber bands and u get a free lobster
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In my supermarket you buy rubber bands and u get a free lobster
In Australia, you buy a rubber band, and you get a free venomous snake. If you're lucky, you'll receive a man-eating crocodile too.
post #11148 of 13461
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I know you guys will fall in love with my expensive setup!  (just kidding)

But I'm happy with it right now but I will upgrade the amp for a C&C BH2 amp. (it's coming real soon, I'm waiting the postman)

 

Creative Zen V

JBL J55

Fiio E6

Custom 3.5mm Male to Male Interconnect Bridge

Broccoli rubberband

 

AMBA0477

 

 

I know..... nobody will be jalous.... lol

 

Hey, I know it seems like a competition some times, but it's really all about the music, right?  I like the portability of your rig.  And the broccoli band is awesome!!

post #11149 of 13461
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Originally Posted by hoooboy View Post

I know you guys will fall in love with my expensive setup!  (just kidding)
But I'm happy with it right now but I will upgrade the amp for a C&C BH2 amp. (it's coming real soon, I'm waiting the postman)

Creative Zen V
JBL J55
Fiio E6
Custom 3.5mm Male to Male Interconnect Bridge
Broccoli rubberband

AMBA0477.jpg


I know..... nobody will be jalous.... lol
Everyone has to start somewhere, and you've got a good start smily_headphones1.gif
post #11150 of 13461

My first steps into improving sound quality.

 

iPod Classic 7G 160GB Skinny (RockBoxed)>FiiO E11>VSonics GR07 Classics

 

Now were to go from here? Hmm...

 

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Originally Posted by TPGsanti View Post

My first steps into improving sound quality.

iPod Classic 7G 160GB Skinny (RockBoxed)>FiiO E11>VSonics GR07 Classics

Now were to go from here? Hmm...






(A new amp, then new headphones/IEMs, then a new DAP) then repeat. And when you're sick of it, move onto desktop. smily_headphones1.gif
post #11152 of 13461
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Originally Posted by TPGsanti View Post
 

My first steps into improving sound quality.

 

iPod Classic 7G 160GB Skinny (RockBoxed)>FiiO E11>VSonics GR07 Classics

 

Now were to go from here? Hmm...


 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 



Ahrr, the good 'ol E11........

post #11153 of 13461
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Originally Posted by TPGsanti View Post
 

My first steps into improving sound quality.

 

iPod Classic 7G 160GB Skinny (RockBoxed)>FiiO E11>VSonics GR07 Classics

 

Now were to go from here? Hmm...

Not a bad start man! You might consider sending the iPod into be iModded. That would climb several steps up the ol' head-fi portable ladder.

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Not a bad start man! You might consider sending the iPod into be iModded. That would climb several steps up the ol' head-fi portable ladder.

Can you elaborate a little more please.
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Can you elaborate a little more please.

http://redwineaudio.com/mods/imod

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Originally Posted by TPGsanti View Post

Can you elaborate a little more please.

Vinnie at RWA said he only found ipod 4G, 5G abd 5.5 G which are the best sounding ipods to be modded.
I am not sure he considers to mod the 7G classic.
post #11157 of 13461
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Originally Posted by davidcotton View Post

http://redwineaudio.com/mods/imod

According to the info the mod is only for the 4th, 5th, and 5.5 gens. No? I have the 7th gen.
post #11158 of 13461
TPGsanti,
TBH if you think ipod 7G is a choice of your DAP you can save money to buy the Cypher Labs Theorem 720 dac/amp (cost $800 new). If it is not in your budget range then sell 7G to get iBasso DX50 or Fiio X3 ($150-$200).
post #11159 of 13461
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Originally Posted by singleended58 View Post

TPGsanti,
TBH if you think ipod 7G is a choice of your DAP you can save money to buy the Cypher Labs Theorem 720 dac/amp (cost $800 new). If it is not in your budget range then sell 7G to get iBasso DX50 or Fiio X3 ($150-$200).

Thanks for the suggestions. I do plan to keep 7G for a good while. I have looked at dac options. Cypher Labs Theorem 720 being one of them, but sadly not in my current budget.

As of right now I must take baby steps, and really keep budget in mind. As well after RockBoxing SQ has greatly improved for my 7G iPod IMO.
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Ahrr, the good 'ol E11........

My very first amp!  What a great bang for your buck!

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