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post #12841 of 23606
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Originally Posted by sp3llv3xit View Post


Save for King Rudi and perhaps a handful of audio royalty, don't we all suffer from the same limitations?


Yes we all do suffer from the same limitations but then again, that is the fun part, the part which keeps most if not all having the passion to pursue and appreciate the journey in our quest for the perfect sound we are looking for.

post #12842 of 23606
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

Yes i Know Ostin
Calyx M is very Good dap
I hate The battery Life around 4 Hours Max
And has Only HO , not Line out , not optical and no coax
How long The battery Life can improve now ?

I had 4 hours listening sesion
Even using old FW , the battery is still OK. And now the new FW my friends told me how is the battery improve
But i never tried it my self
Yes, the only HO. But since the DAC is very good, i dont need another dac (no optical no coax is fine)
If i need other amp, then i just plug it into headphone out and max the volume
I tried it with desktop amp smily_headphones1.gif

For me, In every aspect sound quality...it sounds far better than my ak120
post #12843 of 23606
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Originally Posted by sp3llv3xit View Post
 

 

 

AK120 Titan >> Whiplash 8-wire hybrid IC >> JCmoy >> Phonak PFE-232

 

What are the chunky silver things on the connections? and is that some sort of rubber stopper on the second 3.5mm hole?

post #12844 of 23606
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Originally Posted by theBigStick View Post

What are the chunky silver things on the connections? and is that some sort of rubber stopper on the second 3.5mm hole?

They're part of the plugs.

The rubber is a 3.5 mm jack plug.
post #12845 of 23606
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


What's that padding material on the top item called, and where can I get some?
post #12846 of 23606
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Originally Posted by HeadFiend View Post


What's that padding material on the top item called, and where can I get some?

 

Shelf liner.  It can be had at most "big box" stores that sell home goods...

post #12847 of 23606

Have the day off so I decided to give myself a little project. All it took was an hour, a dremel with a disc shaped wire brush and some high grit sand paper. Haven't seen anyone else do this yet. I think it looks pretty cool. Please forgive the horrid lighting.

 

post #12848 of 23606
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Originally Posted by HeadFiend View Post

What's that padding material on the top item called, and where can I get some?

Lol those are anti slip mats..
post #12849 of 23606
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Originally Posted by J.Pocalypse View Post

Have the day off so I decided to give myself a little project. All it took was an hour, a dremel with a disc shaped wire brush and some high grit sand paper. Haven't seen anyone else do this yet. I think it looks pretty cool. Please forgive the horrid lighting.



I like it...
post #12850 of 23606
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Originally Posted by J.Pocalypse View Post
 

Have the day off so I decided to give myself a little project. All it took was an hour, a dremel with a disc shaped wire brush and some high grit sand paper. Haven't seen anyone else do this yet. I think it looks pretty cool. Please forgive the horrid lighting.

 


The previous surface is a chrome gloss finish? You gave it a brush aluminium finish? Looks really good!

post #12851 of 23606
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The previous surface is a chrome gloss finish? You gave it a brush aluminium finish? Looks really good!

The original surface was painted to match the front, with a soft rubbery/grippy coating. I just took it all down to the bare metal and put some sand paper to it. Thanks!

post #12852 of 23606
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Originally Posted by J.Pocalypse View Post
 

The original surface was painted to match the front, with a soft rubbery/grippy coating. I just took it all down to the bare metal and put some sand paper to it. Thanks!


Oic, usually the soft touch paint turns sticky after awhile, taking it off is a very good idea and looks very good! :)

post #12853 of 23606
My first portable rig.

iBasso DX50
Sony XBA-H1
Dignis Leather Case

My next step is to find a portable amplifier that I like.

post #12854 of 23606
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Originally Posted by CJs06 View Post

My first portable rig.

iBasso DX50
Sony XBA-H1
Dignis Leather Case

My next step is to find a portable amplifier that I like.
  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Have you tried the Mega Sound Explosion firmware yet?

http://www.head-fi.org/t/679473/the-ibasso-dx50-thread-latest-firmware-1-5-0/13365#post_10590894

May find you don't need an amp at all. Spend the money on something else (audio related of course to avoid sin)

post #12855 of 23606
Mu extreme transportable set Up :



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