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Originally Posted by Santo8891 View Post

hahaha... it's true I'm new in audiophile world.... if you compare mine wtih uncle rudy I'm just like a baby...

I think we are all babies compared with Rudi tongue.gif

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First post been learning a lot from you guys!! So thanks!!!

Clip zip, Rockbox'd, 32gb card loaded with all Flac/ fiio E5/ TF10's reshelled from Fisher
Need new cables for all including my tf10's but not sure where to get em.

This is my first Rig and I'm in the process of building a home rig with an 80gb iPod classic paired with fiio's E11 or E17 not sure which one yet. Also can I play Flac files on the iPod if it is Rockbox'd ?

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Welcome and sorry for your wallet!  beerchug.gif

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Originally Posted by Pyro976 View Post



 Also can I play Flac files on the iPod if it is Rockbox'd ?


 

 

Indeed you can.

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I just rockboxed my iPod classic 160 GB!

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Originally Posted by chuckle490 View Post

I just rockboxed my iPod classic 160 GB!

Excellent!
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

Excellent!
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I had to uninstall and reinstall it but it seems to be working fine now. I already demoed some music after the first install and I have to say I do think the sound quality was improved through it. Everything seems clearer and a little more balanced. Call it the placebo effect if you want, haha! smily_headphones1.gif

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7th gen?

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Originally Posted by Saraguie View Post

I think we are all babies compared with Rudi tongue.gif


yeah damn right... biggrin.gif

for now, I'm just satisfied using my rigs eventhough just average range...

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Here's what I'm using this week. tongue.gif I seem to alternate. Excuse the rubber band we're trying to come with a solution for this. (not sure if FiiO band will stretch enough) The problem is the player doesn't usually stay paired long and is often switched over, possibly some velcro, but I like the band functionality.

Colorfly CK4+ Copper interconnect (streetwiresz2) and the C&C BH amp.







Edit: Whoops! We better put some IEM's in, can't have music without them. wink.gif

Rockit R-50


Edited by H20Fidelity - 1/14/13 at 11:41pm
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How are the Rockits? GR07 user here...
 

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Originally Posted by anoxy View Post

7th gen?

Yes. 160 GB slim

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Todays Portable Rig for moi - 

 

Panasonic RQ-SX11 

Westone UM1 Corsa Team Edition

& A recording of Jean Michel Jarre's -

Les Chants magnétiques.

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

Here's what I'm using this week. tongue.gif I seem to alternate. Excuse the rubber band we're trying to come with a solution for this. (not sure if FiiO band will stretch enough) The problem is the player doesn't usually stay paired long and is often switched over, possibly some velcro, but I like the band functionality.
 

 

you need something like this: http://www.ebay.at/itm/Anti-Slip-Pad-Anti-Rutsch-Matte-Haftmatte-Klebepad-Handy-NEU-/190660865767?pt=DE_Handy_PDA_Halterungen&hash=item2c6445eee7

 

I have one at home, it really sticks to my cellphone, no rubber band can reach its adhesiveness....

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6th gen iPod Nano > FiiO LOD > Ray Samuels Shadow > JH16Pro
I found the perfect balance between sound quality, portability, and usability (yes I like the playback interface of iDevices) with this combination.  

Also the battery lasts forever!  


Edited by nanaholic - 1/15/13 at 10:56am
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Originally Posted by doublea71 View Post

How are the Rockits? GR07 user here...

They actually remind me of GR07's tone in some regards with much better staging, imaging and separation. they're certainly neutral, their name would not suggest how they sound. A little bass light compared to GR07, a touch crisper in the mids due to the dual BA's, a touch polite in treble for me, (though I do like TF10 treble). Natural timbre, they can be a little sibilant like Vsonics. Overall very nice sounding IEM for $119 and something you must tune yourself into like GR07. to get the "vibe"

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Originally Posted by RAFA View Post

you need something like this: http://www.ebay.at/itm/Anti-Slip-Pad-Anti-Rutsch-Matte-Haftmatte-Klebepad-Handy-NEU-/190660865767?pt=DE_Handy_PDA_Halterungen&hash=item2c6445eee7

I have one at home, it really sticks to my cellphone, no rubber band can reach its adhesiveness....

I just bought one. Thanks RAFA!
Edited by H20Fidelity - 1/15/13 at 12:25pm
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