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Originally Posted by gikigill View Post

REALTIME!! 

Found this in my draw. wink.gif

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I have a Sharp MD player at home...hmm maybe when I get back to the States I'll power it up

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That's the R501.

 

It doesn't have a USB port so hookup a CD player via optical and you;ll be blown away by the BASS!!

 

That is a seriously punchy unit, don't go on the looks. It punches way above its weight and size and is a weirdly extra bassy unit. (Not that I'm complainin)

 

Just record a favourite track at PCM or SP settings and add some MegaBass if you prefer.

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Hey clarkkent, I'm in Melbourne and happy to loan a unit. Got heaps of these so you can borrow one off me.
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I'll transfer a few songs onto it, just need to find battery. I have several discs laying around too. if my R501 supported a true line out I'd be rather interested. And the USB function you mentioned would save a lot of hassle too.
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post


Found this in my draw. wink.gif


Did I mention I have one of these New In Box toowink.gif

 

 

 

 

 

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Nice dude. beerchug.gif
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Holy, those md player really throw me back , back when my friends bouht third gen ipods,my dad gave me that md player,only the capacity is a bit disappointing

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Try Hi-Md at LP2. Decent quality with good storage @352k Atrac.
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Here is my rig at the moment:

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by pelli View Post

Here is my rig at the moment:

 

 

Yo, very nice! How's the E12? How is the floor noise with your IEMS?

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Redrider469 View Post
 
How's the E12? How is the floor noise with your IEMS?

So far It's great, the noise floor is nice and low.  I have only had it since Monday, so I am hesitant to give it to strong of an endorsement, but it is definitely promising.

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My old love Sony MD recording MZ - R 909 still work after 16 years

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Originally Posted by stozzer123 View Post

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Nike forged irons, now I am jealous. What's your handicap?











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With the pentax k-r sold and the 5d mark 3 on the way! I got impatient so busted out the crappy camera phone shots after a day on the links wink.gif
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With the pentax k-r sold and the 5d mark 3 on the way! I got impatient so busted out the crappy camera phone shots after a day on the links wink.gif
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Well now I'm super interested in picking up a mini disc player again. It's been so long.

Also, you're saying its not a good idea to plug IEMs directly into an MD player...why?
Edited by anoxy - 1/23/13 at 9:58am
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