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Finally moved away from the Rockboxed 160gb iPod classic rig.

 

 

 

 

 

 

FiiO X5

FiiO HS6

FiiO E18

Unique Melody Merlin (custom carbon fiber faceplates)

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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post

Finally moved away from the Rockboxed 160gb iPod classic rig.
















FiiO X5
FiiO HS6
FiiO E18
Unique Melody Merlin (custom carbon fiber faceplates)

Looking good mate.
Those Merlin's look slick.
I was tossing up the same colors.
Kind of wish I had. Look awesome
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Retired my Fiio E7, E11 and iPod Touch 2G 32GB for a new setup :)

 

iBasso DX50 + JDS Labs C5 + Kingston 64GB uSD

 

Ultimate Ears UE 900

 

Westone UM3X + Song's Audio Universe Pro

 

Top I/O

 

 

Bottom I/O

 

Audio Technica ATH-IM03 + Labkable Silver Galaxy

 

Audio Technica ATH-IM50

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Rig No. 1

 

Clip+ with FiiO E6 and Onkyo OnEar headphone

 

 

 

 

Rig No. 2

 

Sony Xerpia Z1 Compact with Custom Art Music One

 

 

 

Rig No. 3

 

Fiio X3 with iFi nano iCan amp and Grado RS2 headphone

 

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ibasso r10 with custom leather back-cover:

 

.make it more personal with my signature engraved onto it :)

.can remove silicon case now without worrying crashes the back of r10 :) 

 

 

 

 

 

Stealing my wife perfume box to store my audio gear lol .......not my fault,i tried and the box fit r10 perfectly with extra space that is just enough to store my custom :)

 

she is going to kick my ass anyway :(

 

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At least your ears will smell good when taking your beating.
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Sorry about rubbish picture quality.
AK100 mk1 + Fiio E11k + Fiio L16 + Sennheiser PX100ii + HD414 pads
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DX90, MHd-Q7, e-Q8

 

Any suggestion for the interconnect mini cable is welcomed.


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Custom Art silver
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Geek Out 1K on my tablet.

 

 


Edited by m-i-c-k-e-y - 8/31/14 at 5:06am
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Sorry about rubbish picture quality.
AK100 mk1 + Fiio E11k + Fiio L16 + Sennheiser PX100ii + HD414 pads



Ha, I remember listening to HD 414s or HD 424s in 1974. They were $100.00 then!
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Ha, I remember listening to HD 414s or HD 424s in 1974. They were $100.00 then!

Wish I could find some HD414s to find out what they were like. I believe they were quite good.
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Wish I could find some HD414s to find out what they were like. I believe they were quite good.


I guess they are still around. You can still buy replacement drivers for them for $75 bucks each. People find em for sale still. I am amazed that they came out in 1968. They came out then but are still competitive to today's headphones in some areas.


I actually remember they sounded airy and detailed even then though I liked the big Koss closed back sound more. Still they were super comfortable to wear. They should bring em back as a kind of retro product. People would buy them.



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Turns out they did bring em back in 1995!http://peteswrite.blogspot.com/2011/04/review-sennheiser-hd414-50th.html
Edited by Redcarmoose - 8/31/14 at 7:24am
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Looking at this thread, albeit not all 905 pages of it, it has led me to ponder just how money our gear is worth whilst out and about...

My rig that I'll be on the train with tomorrow will be FiiO X5, Chord Hugo and Denon D7100 (with IE800 in my pocket for those moments requiring discretion) - including memory cards in the FiiO, that is just shy of £3500 on my person (at original RRP) - and, that would only get much much worse if I ended up with an AK player or such-like. and I'm sure is dwarfed by some rigs in this thread...

Would be pretty heartbroken to get mugged / robbed frown.gif
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