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Originally Posted by blackwolf1006 View Post

Thanks. its a shame Double helix will not make those cables any more. frown.gif..

Makes the ic look sad frown.gif poor ic.

Very nice rig.
post #13127 of 14364
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Originally Posted by skalkman View Post
 


Great looking rig and Im sure it sounds good! Love the E12!

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In need of a decent right angled lightning cable folks? Money no object?

 

Here ya go....

 

Its only £9,999.99

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Startech-2m-6ft-Angled-Black-Apple-8-pin-Lightning-Connector-to-USB-Cable-/301177558657?pt=UK_Computing_USB_Cables&hash=item461f94d681

 

:confused_face(1):

post #13129 of 14364
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Originally Posted by Paul Graham View Post
 

In need of a decent right angled lightning cable folks? Money no object?

 

Here ya go....

 

Its only £9,999.99

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Startech-2m-6ft-Angled-Black-Apple-8-pin-Lightning-Connector-to-USB-Cable-/301177558657?pt=UK_Computing_USB_Cables&hash=item461f94d681

 

:confused_face(1):

Great ! I was in need for one like this !!! And snce they are so reasonably priced I might get some spares as well :D :D :D 

:popcorn: It probably increases the quality of digital information by 10 000% ... 

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Guys, let's not get bent out of shape, delivery is Freeeeeeee!
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After 5 years my Cowon iAudio 7 gave up the ghost. The sad part is that it was completely my fault. I purchased a DX50 to replace it with low expectations, but I noticed a huge difference in sound quality immediately. The best way to describe it is that there's a greater sense of space and music no longer sounds like a pile of sound. I do feel that it's lacking a bit of low end, but fortunately the IE8s make up for it somewhat. My other headphones need an amp. After 5 years I'm happy just to have gapless FLAC playback. :regular_smile :

 

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Originally Posted by delrosa81 View Post
 


Great looking rig and Im sure it sounds good! Love the E12!

It's a proper chunk! Both in terms of sonics and physic's. Works great with the SD-2's and the BTG Midnight cable.

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Originally Posted by delrosa81 View Post
 

I started out my audio equipment journey just early June 2014. My first purchase was the Fiio E12 and I never am able to stop after. I love gadgets and music and testing out the various equipment got me really super duper tempted to get another gadget. Right now I have 4 DAPs which I have tested and tested and tested. They have 4 different sound signatures but I like these particular 4 signatures. I have taken some photos and will share my favourite DAPs for now :)

 

 

 

 

That's a lot of investment

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Originally Posted by SundayDriver View Post
 

After 5 years my Cowon iAudio 7 gave up the ghost. The sad part is that it was completely my fault. I purchased a DX50 to replace it with low expectations, but I noticed a huge difference in sound quality immediately. The best way to describe it is that there's a greater sense of space and music no longer sounds like a pile of sound. I do feel that it's lacking a bit of low end, but fortunately the IE8s make up for it somewhat. My other headphones need an amp. After 5 years I'm happy just to have gapless FLAC playback. :regular_smile :

 

Technology makes things obsolete fast

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Originally Posted by flymetothemoon View Post
 

That's a lot of investment


Thanks :) Yeah now I'm eating the grass off the turf at my office lol

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Summer's rig

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This is about as bulky as I like to go for 'portable'. I have a fairly large case, so I just store the DX90 & Rx MK3 bundled together, so setup is nice and quick at work. The combo is sounding awesome. 

 

 

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Originally Posted by cn11 View Post

This is about as bulky as I like to go for 'portable'. I have a fairly large case, so I just store the DX90 & Rx MK3 bundled together, so setup is nice and quick at work. The combo is sounding awesome. 





try this firmware that Lurker0 fine tuned, it makes your dx90 a bit perfect DAP http://api.viglink.com/api/click?format=go&jsonp=vglnk_jsonp_14064978329937&key=416b062f03da6d676366e939c30f24f0&libId=a05e401d-b2b6-4812-9571-59cd13010022&loc=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.head-fi.org%2Ft%2F697035%2Fibasso-dx90-dual-sabre-1st-page-to-reformat-latest-fw-download-general-information%2F7380_30%23post_10747483&v=1&out=https%3A%2F%2Fdrive.google.com%2Ffolderview%3Fid%3D0BwD53j7XasjFaWNncnFGc1dScG8%26usp%3Dsharing&ref=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.head-fi.org%2Fusers%2Fsubscriptions&title=iBasso%20DX90.%20Dual%20Sabre%2C%201st%20page%20to%20reformat%20latest%20FW%20download%20%26%20general%20information%20.%20.%20.%20.%20.%20.%20.%20.%20.%20.&txt=https%3A%2F%2Fdrive.google.com%2Ffolderview%3Fid%3D0BwD53j7XasjFaWNncnFGc1dScG8%26amp%3Busp%3Dsharing

The best part is that it is the same firmware as the 2.1 international version it just has some CPU adjustment, the only visual way to tell that its Lurker0 version is by the font. He changed it a little so you can be sure it updated
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Wow, cool... Thanks. And if I would want to go back to a stock firmware, I could download the 2.05 (the one I am liking right now) image and just update to that, correct?

 

Also, which would be lead to more desirable results, sonically? ...Rockboxing it, or doing this update with a bit perfect firmware?


Edited by cn11 - 7/27/14 at 4:31pm
post #13140 of 14364
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Originally Posted by cn11 View Post

Wow, cool... Thanks. And if I would want to go back to a stock firmware, I could download the 2.05 (the one I am liking right now) image and just update to that, correct?

Also, which would be lead to more desirable results, sonically? ...Rockboxing it, or doing this update with a bit perfect firmware?
yes you can go back to the original firmware same as a regular update, rock box shouldn't soundnt different than the regular firmware but it will give more eq options (some people say it sounds worse) I am using the bit perfect firmware and I think it sounds more consistent than stock 2.1 firmware. Everything looks and works exactly the same except for it has a different font
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