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Originally Posted by indieman View Post

Or that your batman.

Quick pic of current state smily_headphones1.gif




If the suit is hard to find just impersonate a police officer?



Edited by Redcarmoose - 8/31/14 at 1:43pm
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Originally Posted by indieman View Post

Or that your batman.

Nice. I like the TTPOD's in bright red, I wondered what they would look like. And they look cool with the yellow centred tips.
Are they the T1's or the T1E's? What's your impressions as there aren't a lot of reviews on them? Cheers

Quick pic of current state smily_headphones1.gif

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Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post

If the suit is hard to find just impersonate a police officer?






And........if nothing else...just remember Brian's three rules to looking cool.


http://m.liveleak.com/view?i=5c3_1408755344
Edited by Redcarmoose - 8/31/14 at 1:43pm
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Edited by zilch0md - 8/31/14 at 1:38pm
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Originally Posted by Yobster69 View Post

Nice. I like the TTPOD's in bright red, I wondered what they would look like. And they look cool with the yellow centred tips.
Are they the T1's or the T1E's? What's your impressions as there aren't a lot of reviews on them? Cheers

 

They are t1-e which seem to be more popular. I can see why! So far I'm very impressed. Right now I've switched from those stock hybrid grey/yellow tips to monster foam super tips. I'm still looking for the perfect tips for them, to get best sound. That's why I haven't reviewed them yet :D. But everything I've found seems to be consistent with what others have said. Nice tight deep bass, crisp highs and emphasized mids. I've actually found the mid bass to be fairly neutral, with the sub bass having incredible extension! But that could be from not using the best tips...


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Originally Posted by m-i-c-k-e-y View Post

Geek Out 1K on my tablet.






Wish my iPad was that easy to use with a go1000. How many hours are you getting?
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You know haven't tried it yet.... was using always a battery pack.

Will update you.
post #13583 of 15005
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Originally Posted by m-i-c-k-e-y View Post
 

Geek Out 1K on my tablet.

 

 

 

What tablet is that? I have the Tab Pro 10.1 but no DAC, yet... :biggrin:

 

And, oh, my pic...

 

 

XBA-H3

NWZ-F887

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Thanks, as I am awaiting some to come over on the slow boat, got them from Aliexpress. I'll try out the comply tips as I have some of those, but it's good to hear that you like them, it seems to be the general consensus at the price. 

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Originally Posted by Duncan View Post

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


Yeah I do think that sometimes too, especially when Im on the plane lol. I usually keep my Hugo in the safe when Im overseas in hotels when I go out carrying just my AK240 lol. Frankly only for those in the know will they realise the value of such rigs, else to the person who is not into such hobbies, they wont even cast a 2nd look at our rigs :)

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Lg Optimus G --> Fiio E6 --> SHURE SE215

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Lg Optimus G --> Fiio E6 --> SHURE SE215
Nice solid rig smily_headphones1.gif
I quote liked my 215s
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Originally Posted by Wyd4 View Post


Nice solid rig smily_headphones1.gif
I quote liked my 215s


Yea they are going well, just got them a few hours ago, loving them so far, I really need to get a proper music player though :P

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Originally Posted by mdh994 View Post


Yea they are going well, just got them a few hours ago, loving them so far, I really need to get a proper music player though :P
Haha you don't need to smily_headphones1.gif
So long as you enjoy the music, doesn't really matter as far as I am concerned.

Be warned though, once you start down the rabbit hole wink.gif lol.

That being said these days there are also a lot of affordable options if you like the ui on the droid smily_headphones1.gif
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Originally Posted by Wyd4 View Post


Haha you don't need to smily_headphones1.gif
So long as you enjoy the music, doesn't really matter as far as I am concerned.

Be warned though, once you start down the rabbit hole wink.gif lol.

That being said these days there are also a lot of affordable options if you like the ui on the droid smily_headphones1.gif

Yea true, Poweramp works well on android, Can always tweak the eq and bass treble to suit the song.

Do you use the foam or the rubber buds, because I have heard the silicone buds give them more bass

but sound cancelling becomes worse. I havn't bothered changing them yet. :P

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