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Im so excited thus Im just posting pics of my new toy without any digital transport yet...

 

Just got the last unit at Jaben today during lunch hour. Now it is charging, cant wait to use it tonight! But Im flying off for work morrow morning and only be back next week......sighs....

 

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Originally Posted by delrosa81 View Post
 

Im so excited thus Im just posting pics of my new toy without any digital transport yet...

 

Just got the last unit at Jaben today during lunch hour. Now it is charging, cant wait to use it tonight! But Im flying off for work morrow morning and only be back next week......sighs....

 

Each of us all knowing the feeling in the 1st few hours of ownership with a new gadget...enjoy.  Cheers 

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Each of us all knowing the feeling in the 1st few hours of ownership with a new gadget...enjoy.  Cheers 


Thanks flymetothemoon! Yeah its always nice and exciting !

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Had a bit of a mini-meet with sjolander21 yesterday.
Tried his new iFi Nano iDSD and I was quite impressed with it.


Amen brother.. :D

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Running them balanced yields a greater soundstage and better imaging/separation. I'd put it at a 30% improvement over SE as it's fairly noticeable.

 

And yes there's a phase splitter.  

That's a huge difference

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Todays Rig of choice...

 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

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Todays Rig of choice...

 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

A lot of blues

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Originally Posted by Paul Graham View Post
 

Todays Rig of choice...

 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

Very nice blue theme and Im sure it sounds very good. Nice photos too :)

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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. 

 

 

 

Nice rig you have there, how do you find the DX90? 

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Nice pocketable setups. A rarity in the portable setup thread!

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Before I joined the forums I spent a couple months reading all the reviews and advice thread from 2013-2014. Below is what I use while traveling for work. It is the best I can do on my budget but I'm satisfied none the less.

http://imgur.com/cBOFJoK
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Originally Posted by dudeskis View Post

Before I joined the forums I spent a couple months reading all the reviews and advice thread from 2013-2014. Below is what I use while traveling for work. It is the best I can do on my budget but I'm satisfied none the less.

http://imgur.com/cBOFJoK

Looks good man! Here's to avoiding upgraditis altogether!

 

Welcome to head-fi. Sorry about your wallet.

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Thank you for the welcome.  I knew it was time to strike when the E17 came available for $90.  Only issue now is the iPod touch is only 32gb and flac tracks fill it up FAST!

 

It was a tough decision on the RE-400s since I really wanted cable controls and a mic but after listening to them I think it was the right choice.  They get more use even at home than my MDRV6s.

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Looks good man! Here's to avoiding upgraditis altogether!

 

Welcome to head-fi. Sorry about your wallet.

You are right...sorry about your wallet...100% agreed LOL.

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this weeks work rig

still tuning the tr50's 

had to upgrade to an e12 to drive 'em

sounds pretty good and wallets not hurtin too bad

fits the case nicely and fits in the saddlebag on the harley

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