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Agreed, not the place, but quick aside, a 6th gen iPod and a FiiO E7 with some Grado SR60i were my first real foray into "serious" gear. You won't regret the combo...No more shall be said, on with the pictures!

 

My apologies, I should've looked around more and not asked here. Thank you though! That being said, here are the pics to my current setup (ones that I should have included earlier).

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Hmmm

 

I've been reading through out most of this thread and I haven't seen anybody rocking a Samsung Galaxy Player. Are they that bad? The 4.2 and newer 5.0 versions supposedly have the Wolfson chip so...

 

Anyways, I'm looking forward to upgrade my current Clip Zip + E11 + Panasonic RP-HTX7 rig. These are my choices so far:

 

Headphones: M100 (want the best balance between over-ear / compact design / bass and sound quality / portability)

Amp: C&C BH

Amp: ZO2 (maybe)

Source: Sony NWZF806 32GB

 

Are there any other players (with wifi) in the $300-$350 range that can compete with the Sony in terms of sound quality, interface and design?

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Hmmm

 

I've been reading through out most of this thread and I haven't seen anybody rocking a Samsung Galaxy Player. Are they that bad? The 4.2 and newer 5.0 versions supposedly have the Wolfson chip so...

 

 

The 4.0 and 4.2 have the Wolfson, the 5.0 does not. If you're looking to upgrade from a Clip Zip, I can tell you from experience, owning both, that the Zip SQ is better than the 5.0.

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time to present my little humble rig :

 

 

 

really enjoy by this set up. and really impressed by the yamaha EPH-100 ^_^

 

now... time to build a little desk /"transportable" audio rig... i'm looking on the Fiio e10 olympus, and Grado SR80i... :D
 

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^best ipod nano. Love that form factor.

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no i prefer this one all day long:

 

 

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Originally Posted by zzubbione View Post

time to present my little humble rig :

 

 

 

really enjoy by this set up. and really impressed by the yamaha EPH-100 ^_^

 

now... time to build a little desk /"transportable" audio rig... i'm looking on the Fiio e10 olympus, and Grado SR80i... :D
 

That yamaha IEM looks great. How does yamaha sound? 

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no i prefer this one all day long:

 

 

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I would use my nano 3G too, I love it, buuuuuuuuut I've switched completely to flac, which is quite unfortunate for my nano. And there is no rockbox either, nor expandable memory. So it doesn't quite work for me. But my clip+ fits the bill so it's all good. 

 

Never the less, I do agree with you that the 3G is the best nano.

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no i prefer this one all day long:


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Ah yes forgot about that one! Love it as well. Wish they remade either of those with much larger capacity.
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My apologies, I should've looked around more and not asked here. Thank you though! That being said, here are the pics to my current setup (ones that I should have included earlier).

Hi, this is my first post here but I've been an avid admirer for a little while now. How are you liking the Shure IEM's, because I was thinking of getting some myself? Was looking at the 315s. 

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Hi, this is my first post here but I've been an avid admirer for a little while now. How are you liking the Shure IEM's, because I was thinking of getting some myself? Was looking at the 315s. 

Shure makes great IEMs. I'd take a look at Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10s, they used to retail at $400, after Logitech bought Ultimate Ears they dropped to around $150-$200 new on eBay, $200-$250 on Amazon.

 

Welcome to Head-Fi. Sorry about your wallet.

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Originally Posted by ender323 View Post

Shure makes great IEMs. I'd take a look at Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10s, they used to retail at $400, after Logitech bought Ultimate Ears they dropped to around $150-$200 new on eBay, $200-$250 on Amazon.

 

Welcome to Head-Fi. Sorry about your wallet.

Yeah I will do actually. Thanks. Yeah, just this thread alone makes my credit card hide away in the corner. 

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Originally Posted by jmsilva22 View Post

Hmmm

 

I've been reading through out most of this thread and I haven't seen anybody rocking a Samsung Galaxy Player. Are they that bad? The 4.2 and newer 5.0 versions supposedly have the Wolfson chip so...

 

Im not sure what dac it had, but my galaxy 3.6 player worked fine for about 2 months before it died. I sent it in for warranty and I finally got a refund yesterday after dealing with samsung support for over 3 months. Never again!

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Originally Posted by Mjharrison95 View Post

Hi, this is my first post here but I've been an avid admirer for a little while now. How are you liking the Shure IEM's, because I was thinking of getting some myself? Was looking at the 315s. 

Welcome to Head-Fi. The Shure IEM's are nice, I had a cheaper pair of UE before but the wire broke, these were a nice upgrade from them. Mine are only 215. 

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Originally Posted by tinton14 View Post

Welcome to Head-Fi. The Shure IEM's are nice, I had a cheaper pair of UE before but the wire broke, these were a nice upgrade from them. Mine are only 215. 

MJ, note that while the wires are a little fragile on the UEs, the TripleFi 10 has replaceable wires. Don't cross them out of your search just on basis of the cable.

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