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post #14251 of 22012
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Simplicity.

Great pic.  

post #14252 of 22012
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Simplicity.

 

Very nice photo.

I think if I had a hugo, I would end up with no dap and always be tethered via bluetooth to my phone.


Have you tried this with the HUgo?  If so how were the results?

 

Who am I kidding, I would end up with a dap, setup exactly how yours is :P

post #14253 of 22012
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Originally Posted by Wyd4 View Post

Very nice photo.


I think if I had a hugo, I would end up with no dap and always be tethered via bluetooth to my phone.


Have you tried this with the HUgo?  If so how were the results?

Who am I kidding, I would end up with a dap, setup exactly how yours is :P


Sorry. I haven't tried its Bluetooth connect.

On optical, the sound is so pristine that I loath to disappoint myself with rolled off highs of a Bluetooth transmission.
post #14254 of 22012
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Sorry. I haven't tried its Bluetooth connect.

On optical, the sound is so pristine that I loath to disappoint myself with rolled off highs of a Bluetooth transmission.

 

Yeah fair enough.

Cant really argue with that.

post #14255 of 22012

I've just received the final cable for my portable audio setup, a Silver Widow balanced TRRS to RSA (Kobiconn) interconnect from Toxic audio.

 

I have now reached portable audio nirvana..... For now! :D

 

post #14256 of 22012

Grado E Series...

 

 

 

post #14257 of 22012
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Originally Posted by muzic4life View Post

Grado E Series...









Congrats Yono For Your New Grado E Series
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post #14259 of 22012
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Are those comply tips?

post #14260 of 22012

Here're the old rigs to which now sitting in storage boxes...

 


Edited by flymetothemoon - 10/14/14 at 7:56pm
post #14261 of 22012
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Congrats Yono For Your New Grado E Series




Which one of the three do you like best?

post #14262 of 22012
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Grado E Series...

 

 

 




Nice, Yono.   Which one is best to your ears?

 

:)

post #14263 of 22012

I am loving this balanced set-up.  Xperia Z3c >> USB Audio Line-Out >> CL Theorem 720 >> balanced out to DT1350 (with Canare cables)

 

post #14264 of 22012
Nice, Yono.   Which one is best to your ears?

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Bryan...at the moment my favorite would be msproe (vocal/jazz/slower song) & ms2e (best for rock and instrumental song / but also nice for vocal jazz).

RS1e is also good. Very similar to msproe. The mids a bit more forward just a slight. I feel also a slightly less treble then msproe. U must know..both rs1e and msproe are now a different kind of grado. They are warm and no more peaky treble. So when i say rs1e less treble..means a bit to warm for my taste. But sometimes vocal is more intimate. Feels like thicker. A slightly more bodied than msproe.

@Rudi - Thanks my King tongue.gif
post #14265 of 22012
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Originally Posted by muzic4life View Post

Nice, Yono.   Which one is best to your ears?

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Bryan...at the moment my favorite would be msproe (vocal/jazz/slower song) & ms2e (best for rock and instrumental song / but also nice for vocal jazz).

RS1e is also good. Very similar to msproe. The mids a bit more forward just a slight. I feel also a slightly less treble then msproe. U must know..both rs1e and msproe are now a different kind of grado. They are warm and no more peaky treble. So when i say rs1e less treble..means a bit to warm for my taste. But sometimes vocal is more intimate. Feels like thicker. A slightly more bodied than msproe.

@Rudi - Thanks my King tongue.gif




Yono, given my preference for the 800 and the T1, do you think I will like the "MS Pro e" ? 

Thanks for the detailed answer.

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