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Originally Posted by gmahler2u View Post

The gear looks very expensive!  I guess whoever took the picture, the quality of gear looking like $1000000000000000.

beerchug.gif

Totally wrong!

My friend who took the above picture for me [forgot to give credit to him regarding this] uses a BND/SGD 2 000 (he recently unveiled it) camera set up, a table lamp just above where the picture was taken and the iPhone and TekFusion TwinWoofer ($50) was sitting on top of his gaming laptop. But this photography skill is excellent thought and definitely worth the price you mentioned, or maybe priceless beerchug.gif

Love his work as well!
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post

Please do not be insulting, I doubt you would do it face to face.

It is not what I come here to see and find it lame. Besides thinking it is cool is quite pathetic. This forum is populated by kids and it is hard enough to stop smoking, so make it look cool to these kids is harmful. But if you like pics of metal pipes and plastic bottles of nicotine have blast.

I will not answer further posts on the subject.

I'm only answering this once and as a non smoker who supports the movement.
Vaping is NOT smoking, it is a quiting support just the same as gums, patches etc...
I find it soothing and do enjoy a VAPE when I'm listening.
I'm not arguing and this will be my final post about it in this section,
I just think it's very important that people are better informed and understand that this is NOT smoking!
Yes they contain nicotine, but NONE of the other harmful chemicals in a cigarette.
And Vapers can go right down to zero nicotine.

I count you as a friend on here so please do not take this as an offence etc.
I'm just helping people as a whole understand the huge differences between smoking and vaping.

I promise my next post will be portable gear smily_headphones1.gif
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My rigs of choice today.
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Originally Posted by Paul Graham View Post


Its not High End and its quite a rough and ready sound at the moment, 
I really need to sit down for a good couple of hours with it, Let it warm up and try some harder to drive cans with it.
Its a pretty powerful little amp and I find its too much for my Amperiors, HD25's etc...

Ill never get rid of the SOLO! 

Thanks Rudi smily_headphones1.gif

I'm interested to know more about the portable tube amp also Paul. I still have my original Solo and feel the same. With the PB/DB2 combo it's quite a rig....

Let us all know about the Little Bear when you have got to know it more intimately smily_headphones1.gif

Cheers

Nigel
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Will do.

And I'm yet to find something to beat solo/db2/pb2.
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 

Kogan, the budget MP4 player we're adventuring with in Australia recently and T-Peos H-300.


 

Very interested in this player. How is the sound?

 

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Originally Posted by Bluess View Post


Yesterday, I traded my Fiio E12 with 30$ for a new E18, the sound is fantastic. But, I have a question,how can I use it with both dac and amp on my iPad 3 iOS 7.1.1?

 

Have you tried camera connect kit with a usb hub?

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iPod 5.5 120gb into iBasso LOD and D-Zero feeding my SM64s. This one is on par with the X5 so now it's up for sale!
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Originally Posted by indieman View Post

Very interested in this player. How is the sound?

The sound is great, everyone so far is very pleased, especially with the detail and clarity levels. I have no problem saying Kogan is better than Clip, Colorfly C3, and iPod Touch 4g. With the correct synergy I'd even take those claims further. Very clear and imo a touch bright. But also has a nice vibe or personality. Kogan makes me question what the hell some expensive audiophile claimed players are trying to achieve when you can pay just $29 Australian dollars for some MP4 player found on eBay.

Unfortunately it's only available in Australia.
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post


The sound is great, everyone so far is very pleased, especially with the detail and clarity levels. I have no problem saying Kogan is better than Clip, Colorfly C3, and iPod Touch 4g. With the correct synergy I'd even take those claims further. Very clear and imo a touch bright. But also has a nice vibe or personality. Kogan makes me question what the hell some expensive audiophile claimed players are trying to achieve when you can pay just $29 Australian dollars for some MP4 player found on eBay.

Unfortunately it's only available in Australia.

 

Last sentence. T^T

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Originally Posted by indieman View Post



Have you tried camera connect kit with a usb hub?
Thanks!No, I haven't. I just want to make sure it's working since I don't want to waste my money on something i can't use. Still a poor college student smily_headphones1.gif
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

Kogan, the budget MP4 player we're adventuring with in Australia recently and T-Peos H-300.



Man, you guys take some great pics.. Nice rig..
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Originally Posted by kh600rr View Post

Man, you guys take some great pics.. Nice rig..
I always say that to h20 lol

My girlfriend is buying a $600 canon camera so pretty soon she's gonna be my headfi photographer (we already had that discussion)
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Originally Posted by medoza476 View Post
 

 

Last sentence. T^T

 

Yes, too bad :(

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here is my latest mobile rig

 

walkman F887 with tuff luv leather case, shure se215 LTD with se846 cable and westone star tips

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

it sounds absolutely top notch! i feel like i can confidently say this setup will more than likely destroy the upcoming pono player.

 

although it doesnt touch my dx90 and xba h3 setup... but i kind of feel like thats a little much for an on the go situation

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Vacation in Turkey, transportable rig..... 160gb Classic + MST/ibasso Fi-quest (AD797BRZ + Black Gate Caps) + Oppo HP1.






Oh and EFES Draft beer! Mellowed and thinking it is good to be alive....
Edited by SpudHarris - 8/21/14 at 2:21pm
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