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My portable rig. Carry these around and about in my pouch.

 

 

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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

My latest audio gear just arrived today :

Source : iPhone 4 S
Dac amp : Ventura craft go dap x with op amp upgrade LME 49860 latest version
Iems : Tralucent 1+2 with silver cable
Fit ear MH 335 DW custom iem with alo 24 sxc cable
Cable : USB to Lod Ventura craft 7 N

RUDI.....you've done it again. SUPERB, WUNDABAR, MAGNIFIQUE !!!!!!!!!

 

I am very interested to know about the FitEar MH335DW, when you can, would you PM me your evaluation please?

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It looks like 2 huge diamonds.L3000.gif

 

I guess diamonds are a man's best friend

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With the 215's being pretty sensitive, the E7 has a much lower floor noise compared to the iPod, but there is still some hiss with no music playing. What are some good amps that don't/hardly have any hiss?

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Originally Posted by Redrider469 View Post

With the 215's being pretty sensitive, the E7 has a much lower floor noise compared to the iPod, but there is still some hiss with no music playing. What are some good amps that don't/hardly have any hiss?

 

Fiio E17 and JDS Labs C421 (AD8620 version) have the least amount of hiss I've experienced in a portable amp. If the UM3X doesn't hiss with them, I don't think the SE215 will either.

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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

Problem...

 

Good or bad?

I cant say more of an observation.  It seems that most of the braided cables are not as tight, I might remember some discussion in the DIY cable section about what is better.   I am a firm believer in if it sounds good to you then it is good for you.  

 

I don't have enough experience to comment past that.

 

R-

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Originally Posted by calipilot227 View Post

 

Fiio E17 and JDS Labs C421 (AD8620 version) have the least amount of hiss I've experienced in a portable amp. If the UM3X doesn't hiss with them, I don't think the SE215 will either.

 

This I can vouch for. 

No audible hiss so far for me on my IE8's, UM1's or HD25's.

It really is an awesome amp.

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A few pictures from my MA9 Review: http://www.inearspace.co.uk/inearspace/HiFi-ET_MA9.html

 

 

AppleMark

MA9 and iPod VestAmp+ Rig

 

AppleMark

MA9 and HD580 modded for round the house!

 

AppleMark

MA9 and Momentum

 

AppleMark

MA9 and LCM-5, sounds great!

 

AppleMark

MA9 and Heir 4.Ai with my DIY Viper IEM Cable

 

Read the review for more info on these set ups!

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Thanks for the review Swimsonny, this the first I could actually understand, and was a pleasure to read.
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Thanks for the compliment and I am glad you liked it!
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I'm spending increasingly more time with my semi-portable rig, as I like being able to move around while listening, even though it is only suitable for in-house usage.

It consists of an iPod touch 4g, Alo Continental V2, and a Senn HD600. I don't store my music on the iPod though, it's being streamed from a NAS using iPeng. This way it's actually possible to use FLAC files on an iPod, and I can access my entire music library without being restricted to the tiny internal memory. In short, I'm enjoying it quite a bit.

 

My (sort of) portable rig. Only suited for in-house use, of course, but I like not to be tied to one fixed place. Streams lossless files from a NAS, using iPeng. Ipod Touch 4g, Alo Contintental V2, Sennheiser HD600 (silver screens).

 

My (sort of) portable rig. Only suited for in-house use, of course, but I like not to be tied to one fixed place. Streams lossless files from a NAS, using iPeng. Ipod Touch 4g, Alo Contintental V2, Sennheiser HD600 (silver screens).

post #1212 of 13873
Our best set up with LCD 3 :

Source : iPhone 4s
Dac amp : Go Dap x with upgrade op amp OPA LME 49860 new version
Headphone : LCD 3
Sound Quality : Go Dap x LME 49860 can make my LCD 3 not only sing
But really can make my LCD 3 Fantastic sing .bravo Ventura Craft.



Source : AK 100 standard
Dac : ibasso balance DB2
Amp : alo Rx 3 B
Headphone : LCD 3
Sound Quality : can make my LCD 3 excellent sing with very good clean and deep bass.





The rest from our weekly meet :

Tralucent audio amp T 1
iPod video 5,5 G mod



Another Go dap x LME 49860 pair with iPhone 4s



Tralucent T1 and go dap x LME 49860



Another alo Rx 3 b + class - dB insite Pelican case 1050

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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

Our best set up with LCD 3 :

Source : iPhone 4s
Dac amp : Go Dap x with upgrade op amp OPA LME 49860 new version
Headphone : LCD 3
Sound Quality : Go Dap x LME 49860 can make my LCD 3 not only sing
But really can make my LCD 3 Fantastic sing .bravo Ventura Craft.



Source : AK 100 standard
Dac : ibasso balance DB2
Amp : alo Rx 3 B
Headphone : LCD 3
Sound Quality : can make my LCD 3 excellent sing with very good clean and deep bass.



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The rest from our weekly meet :

Tralucent audio amp T 1
iPod video 5,5 G mod



Another Go dap x LME 49860 pair with iPhone 4s



Tralucent T1 and go dap x LME 49860



Another alo Rx 3 b + class - dB insite Pelican case 1050

 

 

Rudi! New camera? tongue_smile.gif

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Rudi! New camera? tongue_smile.gif

No like usual I use my iPad 4 to take all my pictures

Because I am to lazy to use my digital camera , with iPad is simple

Just point and shot and upload biggrin.gif
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I need some opinions on this portable rig I have in my mind. How do you guys think an iPod classic 160 GB>LOD>JDS Labs O2> ZO 2> V-MODA M-100 would sound? Another option would be the C&C BH instead of the O2, then the ZO 2. Help?

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