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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

Looks like I've been converted to mainstream products. These Yamaha PRO500 are the bomb guys. biggrin.gif


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.






that's not mainstream imo. I didn't even know Yamaha made headphones before I came to this site. I didn't even know what sennheiser was until I got into audio. They look awesome though.
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Originally Posted by DisCHORDDubstep View Post


that's not mainstream imo. I didn't even know Yamaha made headphones before I came to this site. I didn't even know what sennheiser was until I got into audio. They look awesome though.


I guess it depends which angle you come in from. To me, name brands like Sony, Sennhieser, Yamaha, are mainstream companies. Then you have your little niche company's like Tralucent, Noble, Lear, Rhapsodio who to most outside of Head-fi are basically unheard of. I wouldn't of really known about Sennhesier when I started if it wasn't for CX300ii, which at the time I thought was an excellent earphone! 

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Originally Posted by DisCHORDDubstep View Post

that's not mainstream imo. I didn't even know Yamaha made headphones before I came to this site. I didn't even know what sennheiser was until I got into audio. They look awesome though.

The design are mainstream to say the least xD
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 

 Lear,

 

DID YOU SAY "LEAR"?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post
 

 

DID YOU SAY "LEAR"?

 


I wonder where those came from.......I believe the catch phrase goes: Wait until you "hear" the "lear"

I'll put my those mainstream Sony H3 up against them any day! :tongue_smile:



Edited by H20Fidelity - 5/15/14 at 7:07am
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^^ Someone's enjoying their H3:atsmile:

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Those lears are sexy beasts.
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Originally Posted by Paul Graham View Post

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.
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Awesome Thank you!

How do the two sound paired together?

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Just received the IFI NANO IDSD today and first impressions are excellent,probably the best portable DAC ive heard!

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Awesome Thank you!

How do the two sound paired together?

Smooth but detailed. I love the sound with DT1350 in particular

with Audio Technicas a bit of top end goes.

The Voyager batter lasts forever and so does the build.

I do slightly prefer the sound of the O2 but the shape is impractical for 

portable use.

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Originally Posted by KT66 View Post

Smooth but detailed. I love the sound with DT1350 in particular
with Audio Technicas a bit of top end goes.
The Voyager batter lasts forever and so does the build.
I do slightly prefer the sound of the O2 but the shape is impractical for 
portable use.
lol. I'm going to be using one of those for portable use... Thank the headphone gods for making US military army jackets with 4 giant pockets on the front! I can fit an e11, Nokia Lumia 925, a music player, 6 feet of headphone cable that is connected to my headphones (total length of cable: 10 feet.. I really need to buy a new cable:-/)and a 2 foot cable that is connected to my amp all in one pocket... And I still have 3 more lol. Yep. Definitely going to fit in an o2.
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Is there a battery-powered 02? I thought (assumed) they were all wall-powered.

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Originally Posted by AUDIOBREEDER View Post
 

^^ Someone's enjoying their H3:atsmile:


They're not mine, but I enjoy them. ;)

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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post
 

Is there a battery-powered 02? I thought (assumed) they were all wall-powered.


Sure, runs on x2 9v batteries, 6-8 hours. But takes 8-24 hours to charge.

 


Edited by H20Fidelity - 5/15/14 at 5:08pm
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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post

Is there a battery-powered 02? I thought (assumed) they were all wall-powered.
I thought so too until I looked at jds lab's website lol.
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