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Originally Posted by howdy View Post

Rudi, can you take a picture of all the portable gear you have, headphones amps, just the portable stuff. I want to show my wife that how much I have is nothing compared to other people. I do admire and want pretty much all your gear. If you could that would be great.

Thanks, Andy

Hi Andy

I will post one day , I can take a pictures , if my find flying to her parents house biggrin.gif
Now I can take a picture , because she will know how many amps I have LOL biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by kh600rr View Post

LOL, she's still not gonna let you buy anything else.

You are right
She will kick you out from your home biggrin.gif
post #11567 of 13906
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Originally Posted by kh600rr View Post

LOL, she's still not gonna let you buy anything else.
That's why I don't ask I just buy it and suffer the consequences later.
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Originally Posted by howdy View Post

That's why I don't ask I just buy it and suffer the consequences later.

That's what I done before until she is now understand hahaha LOL biggrin.gif

Frankly speaking is my fault to much spend money on my audio hobby
post #11569 of 13906
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

How many ears do you have ?
Why did bought so many portable audio gears ?
Please sell most of them and keep only the best one biggrin.gif

My friend Rudi, I think these are the questions that should get reflected to you xD you have much more than most of us! Ours is like NOTHING compare to yours haha
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IMO audio hobby has no limitation. So burn your wallet is unlimited too.
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Thanks to this hobby, my wallet definitely gets far too much burn-in ;)

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Originally Posted by singleended58 View Post

IMO audio hobby has no limitation. So burn your wallet is unlimited too.

Provided you have wallet to burn and new gears to buy xD look at Rudi, I'm sure he have struggled "hmmm what gears to buy next?" "I have nearly the highest end portable rig, best CIEM, best headphone, most expensive DAP, DAC..."
post #11573 of 13906

Unfortunately I'm not getting much work done lol :)

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HiFiMan 601 Slim + Westone W40

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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post

My friend Rudi, I think these are the questions that should get reflected to you xD you have much more than most of us! Ours is like NOTHING compare to yours haha

You are still young now , in my age , I believe you have more than me hahaha :Dm
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Originally Posted by singleended58 View Post

IMO audio hobby has no limitation. So burn your wallet is unlimited too.

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Originally Posted by batteraziiz View Post

Thanks to this hobby, my wallet definitely gets far too much burn-in wink.gif

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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post

Provided you have wallet to burn and new gears to buy xD look at Rudi, I'm sure he have struggled "hmmm what gears to buy next?" "I have nearly the highest end portable rig, best CIEM, best headphone, most expensive DAP, DAC..."

Audio has no limit in budged

In Chinese wise said :

About the high sky has always higher sky

That's mean no limit biggrin.gif

My good tip :
I am lucky got wife can brake my lust to buy new gear , if not I don't know what happen to me
As long your wife make noise , that's mean she still love you so much
If she quiet and don't want Speak with you , than you must be careful , it is very danger like a BOMB

If you haven't meried , please control by your self
Neighbor grass is always greener hahaha biggrin.gif
Edited by rudi0504 - 4/27/14 at 6:51am
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I use my. BISPA since last night around 12 o'clock mid nite , it is already 12 hours still got power to drive my LCD X

I want to test how long can last the battery in my BISPA

http://www.head-fi.org/t/716212/bispa-bsp-phpa-03-ws-headphone-portable-amp-from-japan-with-top-notch-clarity-and-detail

My impression :

Source : IRiver AK 100
Amp : BISPA BSP - PHPA - 03 WS
Cable : stock cable with Furutech Rhodium 6,3 mm plug
Mini to mini Crystal Cable Dream Line DIY
Headphone : LCD X loaner

High : has rich detail and more presence , clarity is not so crisp like my LCD XC
Mid : like tube very sweet , natural and clean
Bass : very good bass detail and very good bass reproduction from 350 USD Amp
Separation : very good
Soundstage : is wide with good depth

Overall :
If you like tube sounding set up , this set up is the right choice
BISPA amp is very good in detail and clarity
LCD X is warm and smooth sounding Orthos
This combo has very good synergy
I am surprise that $ 350 USD amp can drive LCD X in very good sound quality

IMO


Edited by rudi0504 - 4/27/14 at 6:54am
post #11578 of 13906
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Originally Posted by howdy View Post

Rudi, can you take a picture of all the portable gear you have, headphones amps, just the portable stuff. I want to show my wife that how much I have is nothing compared to other people. I do admire and want pretty much all your gear. If you could that would be great.

Thanks, Andy

You can pretty much use any random picture of his and show that!  :D

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Originally Posted by fiascogarcia View Post

You can pretty much use any random picture of his and show that!  biggrin.gif
That does not put it in perspective so I will wait for him to post this pic.
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Originally Posted by fiascogarcia View Post

You can pretty much use any random picture of his and show that!  biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by howdy View Post

That does not put it in perspective so I will wait for him to post this pic.

I started the picture from my universal iems :



My storage place are dry box for putting camera , because our humidity and dusty are very high :


Edited by rudi0504 - 4/27/14 at 8:39am
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