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Nice and eye catching! Which ciems are they?

Vision Ear 4 with Whiplash v3 hybrid:smile_phones:

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Complete Chinatown System SOMiC MH438 and Noname DAP. Total Cost $22.00 out the door.

 

 

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Ak 240 pair with Fit Ear MH 335 DW Studio Reference as world first prototype for international upgrade


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My new MH 335 DW Studio Reference pair with Theorem 720

Source : IPhone 5s
Dac / Amp : Cypher. Labs Theorem 720
Autenauthor : Wagnus Tone Flake Evoluzione as one the most advance and neutral autenauthor , it not reduce the Sound Quality, it reduce only the Theorem Hiss
Iem : Custom Iem Fit Ear MH 335 DW Studio Reference as world first prototype for international owner from MH 335 DW

iPhone 5 s > Theorem 720 use lightning to mini USB
Theorem HO > Wagnus Tone Flake Evoluzione Auteauthor line In use Crystal Cable Standard Diamond
Wagnus Tone Flake Evoluzione Autenauthor line out > Fit Ear MH 335 DW Studio Reference.



SQ : is incredible this MH 335 DW Studio Reference , it is my best iem to date

IMO


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Nice gear Rudi as usual :), can you please tell how I can buy the PAD-SO or PAD-SO EVOLUZIONE in EU?

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Nice gear Rudi as usual smily_headphones1.gif , can you please tell how I can buy the PAD-SO or PAD-SO EVOLUZIONE in EU?

Hi

Thank you
Please email to Wagnus : Mr Haruyuki

His email : [EDIT BY MOD: Please don't publicise someone elses e-mail]

Please buy PAD EVOLUZIONE SQ is better than PAD SO
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Portable rig #1 (strictly home use) 

 

DAP - Stock AK 120

Amp - ALO International +

Interconnect - ALO Compact SXC 22

CIEM - JH 16s

Next on shopping list - Whiplash Twag2 CIEM cables

 

 This setup sounds pretty sweet! The International + is a top notch amp in a small package and love the way this rig sounds. 

 

 

Portable rig #2 (daily commute and travel) 

 

DAP - Fiio X3

CIEM - UE 5s &7s (own both)

Next on shopping list - nothing as I'm really happy with this setup and won't have a stroke if something happens to it.

 

This rig sounds very good for its price. IMO - The UE 5s are really a nice pair of CIEM and pair quite nicely with the Fiio. The 5s sound much better to me than my Shures 535s

 

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Not very portable

 

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Nice! How are the XC?

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The hinges on that laptop are stronger than my neck. 5/5 Build quality for the laptop for sure. 

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Nice! How are the XC?

 

The LCD-XC has a very neutral sound compered to the HD800. Lows are really clear and well pronounced. Highs are kind of soulless compered to the HD800. Almost no sound escapes the LDC-XC. They are almost as good as my IEM for blocking out sound. The weight is a killer. I think they are about 2x heaver than the HD800

 

 

 

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The hinges on that laptop are stronger than my neck. 5/5 Build quality for the laptop for sure. 

 

its an AlienWare m17x R3. I had it now for about 5 years and its still performing like a champ. :D

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Not very portable

 

Computer screen becomes your rack!

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Is there any advantage to using the CCK on an iDevice over a FiiO LOD? Would it make any difference which is used to play DSD files?

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My best Four Portable and transportable Japan Amps :
From top to bottom :
Ko Jo KM 01 brass LE
Mass Ko Bo 395
Wagnus Epsilon S
Bakoon HDA 5520


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Westone ES60

Astell&Kern AK240

 

Astell&Kern AK240 Westone ES60

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