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End game rig:

mpio FL100>Sony MDR-CD380

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Has anyone got the following?

 

Beyerdynamic DT1350 ( Single Ended or Balanced )

iBasso DX50

iBasso Boomslang DB2

iBasso Pelican PB2

 

Im looking at getting the DT1350 and DX50 ASAP and would be nice to see some pics of the possible rigs from the above list and your impressions.

 

Any help would be cool, PICS please lol!

 

P.S.

 

If any of you own the DX50 and a Graham Slee Voyager, Could you throw a few pics of that rig up please, As its another rig I'll have once I have the DX50.


Edited by Paul Graham - 5/14/14 at 12:26pm
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End game rig:

mpio FL100>Sony MDR-CD380

That MP3-player has a whooping storage capacity of up to 256 MB!
The end game rig to end all end game rigs.

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My portable rig:

Stock Ak120 Titan;
Silver Dragon V1 SE interconnect;
SR71B balance out;
Silver Dragon V1 cable;
Shure 846;
Comply tips P series smily_headphones1.gif

+ Pelican 1120 case



looks exactly like a padded pistol case lol. I'm going to get a case kind of like that for my setup... I think. Don't know yet. The thing is, what most consider a home headphone system, I'll carry around and wear. Headphones that are 2 pounds? Awesome!! biggrin.gif
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That MP3-player has a whooping storage capacity of up to 256 MB!

The end game rig to end all end game rigs.
holy crap! You could fit 2 lossless songs on there! Or a few hundred 64kbps Songs!!... Lol
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looks exactly like a padded pistol case lol. I'm going to get a case kind of like that for my setup... I think. Don't know yet. The thing is, what most consider a home headphone system, I'll carry around and wear. Headphones that are 2 pounds? Awesome!! biggrin.gif
Great case..
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Great case..
what's it like in Texas Florida?
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what's it like in Texas Florida?
Well it's like 90 and humid today in FL. I'll be in Texas Monday, where it will be 90 and humid. So HOT, I guess
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Well it's like 90 and humid today in FL. I'll be in Texas Monday, where it will be 90 and humid. So HOT, I guess
what??? Do you just go back and forth??? Awesome!!!
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what??? Do you just go back and forth??? Awesome!!!
Yeah, I live in 2 places for work reasons.
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Looks like I've been converted to mainstream products. These Yamaha PRO500 are the bomb guys. :D

I absolutely love them! While my Studio V units and DX50 sit in draws I'm overly content how they sound from the Sansa Clip Zip.

Maybe the audiophile in me is dying? Anyway, highly recommended headphone from me.




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sp3llv3xit could you possibly post a picture of your collection of interconnects? I'm a bit of an interconnect-addict myself and love your pictures! :beerchug: 

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