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I love that cable. Definately an awesome rig!

-Sent from my Galaxy S4-

Nice pics

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thanks for the picture ,  it looks amazing and expensive ,   one day I will buy like thoose toys , one day :deadhorse:

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My precious (MH335DW)

 

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nothing's come cheap in this hobby!

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Originally Posted by Alan Ho View Post
 


AK240 > Brimar Audio Monarch SGA Supreme Reference > Fit Ear 335dw

 

 


AK240 > DHC Symbiote SP V2 Pure OCC Silver > Noble K10 Wizard

 

Its rear that I use the word sexy to describe something without lady parts.. This is one of those rare moments... That k10 is SEXY..


Edited by blackwolf1006 - 10/27/14 at 10:27am
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post

My precious (MH335DW)



Congrats Michael For Your New Fit Ear MH 335 DW

How would you to compare to Your Spiral SE 5 ?
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Weekend listening...

Looks cool Jeff your Lawton headphone
Is that mod TH 900 ?
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AK240 > Brimar Audio Monarch SGA Supreme Reference > Fit Ear 335dw






AK240 > DHC Symbiote SP V2 Pure OCC Silver > Noble K10 Wizard

Please Share Your impression between This 2 Top Tiers CiEMs

Think you and looks Cool Your Red K 10
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Out The Box JVC FX 850 Wooden IEM







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Rudi they look really special!

I bet they sound special too?! :)

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i honestly preferred chord & major over the JVC woodies. Though definitely get why some would like the signature

(disclaimer: based shop demo in e-earphone when on holiday only)
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Originally Posted by Paul Graham View Post

Rudi they look really special!
I bet they sound special too?! smily_headphones1.gif

Thank you Paul

I heard my friend JVC FX 850
Sq so analog , it has very sweet and intimate mid , high is not sparkle , bass is a little bit bloomy in mid bass region , pair with AK 100 gold

JVC FX 850 need to pair with bright and Fast sounding Amps like Witt Mass Ko Bo 395 and Wagnus Epsilon S , than you will like it more
Remain me on my Vynil time , high is more open , mid more clear but the sweetness and intimate still there , bass no more bloomy in mid bass
It his really something special , that's why as my friend flying to Osaka last week , I need his help to buy JVC FX 850 biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by LFC_SL View Post

i honestly preferred chord & major over the JVC woodies. Though definitely get why some would like the signature

(disclaimer: based shop demo in e-earphone when on holiday only)

I am agree With You LFC _SL
JVC FX 850 need bright and fast sounding DAC / Amp like Hugo and Theorem
Than it shine the sound quality to their max
Sound quality so analog and organic , for owner Altman Tera will like JVC fx 850 very much
But I am not sure pair direct with Altman Tera , because analog / organic + analog / organic = ?
Please share the Altman Tera owner
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My hm901 LineOut to the PB2 My "Stationary" Portable rig

 

 

My walk About rig, with the Allesandro MS1i [Walnut Cups] Running from the Classic Card in the HM901. Don't sound to shabby either 

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Ihifi960
Porta tube
dt770 pro 250 ohm
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Out The Box JVC FX 850 Wooden IEM







nice choice rudi , I tried that IEM in singapore and I like it alot , thinking of buying it as well
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