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Nice! I assume that this edition is an absolute rarity :-D
Is this thing able to power the JH16 properly?
This cable looks awesome but anything but flexible...


yeah i was really lucky to get one of it. it powers up the jh16 just fine but wont show the jh16 potential.

the cable is really flexible considering it has 8 wire. the egornomic is top notch regular_smile%20.gif.

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Just wanted to share a few pictures of my Sansa Clip+ Rig.

 

Sansa Clip Rig 1 Sansa Clip Rig 2

Sansa Clip Rig 3 Sansa Clip Rig 4

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Originally Posted by 2Curiosity9 View Post

@longbowbbs how are the Uptowns? Rating out of ten?

I know I can't say much (seeing that these are the first and only pair of headphones I've have), but I'd give em a solid 8/10. For what you can pick them up now, it's a no brainer if your looking in the sub $100 price range. It lacks some detailing in the mid range, and once you get to the lower frequencies it starts to lose some of the tightness. Other than that, I'd say they're amazing! 

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I swear, I would own a Sony player so fast if they had a %^&*ing SD card slot :c

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I can't even manage to fill up my 64GB J3 biggrin.gif
So a SD-slot is cool, but not that important for me.
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Originally Posted by Achmedisdead View Post

Why in the world would you want to do that?

 

 

Maybe because they work properly....no need to reset them, they actually do gapless playback, the battery life is decent, the playlist users can easily add playlists to them, etc,  etc. And compared to the *cough* "audiophile" players, they are actually somewhat reasonably priced....lol tongue.gif

 

And they aren't drenched in snake oil

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Cracking albumn!

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Ah, that's alright, I suppose smily_headphones1.gif

I've had a lot of bad experiences with Philips products (refunded three pairs of headphones and one set of in ears), so I think I'll pass on these haha
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Ah, that's alright, I suppose smily_headphones1.gif

I've had a lot of bad experiences with Philips products (refunded three pairs of headphones and one set of in ears), so I think I'll pass on these haha
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Maybe because they work properly....no need to reset them, they actually do gapless playback, the battery life is decent, the playlist users can easily add playlists to them, etc,  etc. And compared to the *cough* "audiophile" players, they are actually somewhat reasonably priced....lol tongue.gif

Sing it out brother  beerchug.gif

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Maybe because they work properly....no need to reset them, they actually do gapless playback, the battery life is decent, the playlist users can easily add playlists to them, etc,  etc. And compared to the *cough* "audiophile" players, they are actually somewhat reasonably priced....lol tongue.gif

 

Ugh, now you're making me want another Ipod XD

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Why in the world would you want to do that?


Maybe because they work properly....no need to reset them, they actually do gapless playback, the battery life is decent, the playlist users can easily add playlists to them, etc,  etc. And compared to the *cough* "audiophile" players, they are actually somewhat reasonably priced....lol tongue.gif

You can keep them, sound like screeching banshee's.
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You can keep them, sound like screeching banshee's.

Never having heard one of those mythical beasts, I guess I'll have to take your word on that one. tongue.gif

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Never having heard one of those mythical beasts, I guess I'll have to take your word on that one. tongue.gif

Without derailing the thread to much. There's a whole world of detail and atmosphere I don't find in Apple devices, they sound rather blank or straight forward, like coffee without any milk or sugar. The players I choose to use have very obvious black spaces behind the music, they each have a different flavour of coffee bean which gives them personality, once you learn that personality you achieve completely separate buzz from listening. If I was going to get an Apple device I would be amping to flavour the signal that way, however I still think they lack in technical ability. I could crap on about separation and other technical areas but my main point is they don't have a taste imo.

Anyway... last thing I want is for this thread to turn into an Apple debate. redface.gif The numbers are high. devil_face.gif
Edited by H20Fidelity - 1/20/13 at 3:35pm
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