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Originally Posted by gidion27 View Post

At this rate we might need to re-name the thread to "Pictures of Rudi's Portable Rigs (Part1)

because of rudi my budget for my upcoming portable rig is getting bigger and my wallet is feeling the pain on that >< 

post #2027 of 13152
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Originally Posted by kenman345 View Post

That's the first I ever heard of it, Doesn't sound entirely out of the question. 
If by hiss you mean background noise then yes. The v3 is made from old tubes and they take sometime to quiet down. In the v3 thread we share our experiences and feedback from alo.
post #2028 of 13152
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

Hisound Studio V 3rd edition is the best dap to drive my Fostex TH 900 







Hi ko rudi..your pictures always make me wanna grab your rig and listen biggrin.gif looks wonderful as usual.
post #2029 of 13152
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post

The v3 is made from old tubes and they take sometime to quiet down.

Tubes?? What? You think there are tubes in the Studio V? Or are you speaking figuratively?
Edited by skamp - 2/9/13 at 2:22am
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Sorry there is a confusion here. We were discussing continental v3 tube amp with rudi (see above) and I thought VC was refering to thart too.
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Originally Posted by Paul Graham View Post

Well I had to try out the Pelican with my iPod also and my UM1's.

The Um1's sound so much different on the PB2 in a good way.

Up until now they've been great, However they've been a tad loose and the highs not 

overly expressive.

Running the Um1's through the Pelican has really tightened the bass up and treble is now

crisper and far more evident.

This amp is definately going to be well worth the price I'm paying for it.

Its the first amp Ive had thats over the £200 tag.

Before now my most expensive amps were the Pro-Ject Headbox II at £90, The E17 at £97, The T-box at £56

& the ATH-HA20 at £75.

The iPod pairs really well. Its loaded with 320kbps MP3 files, Which I thought would be a downgrade 

from FLAC which I usually play through my 4s.

However Chris Jones' Road Houses & Automobiles sounded so warm and detailed.

No Sanctuary Here was a treasure to listen to.

 

Anyway, Ill shut up now lol...

 

I never heard of the T-Box before blink.gif got me all intrigued now...

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Nail 2 V2 (my new favourite and go to IEM) and HF with the MySt 1866!

 

 

 AppleMark

 

 

AppleMark AppleMark

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Originally Posted by gidion27 View Post

At this rate we might need to re-name the thread to "Pictures of Rudi's Portable Rigs (Part1)

It is better VC thread biggrin.gif

 

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Originally Posted by DigitalFreak View Post

Rudi Rudi Rudi, you make me so jealous with your posts showing off your wonderful gear. By the way, welcome to the Studio V 3rd Anniv club. You'll find me schmoozing it up with the other silver owners.

Thank you DigitalFreak , I was pre order the gold / silver color , but Hisound don't have 

silver / gold anymore , Hisound has only black colour

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Originally Posted by Shootinputin187 View Post

 

Rudi, rudi, rudi....My wallet is running away from me every time i see one of your wonderful rigs tongue.gif

I am sorry  Shootinputin187 that my posts make your wallet running .

my goal is the other round to share with all head fier friends , that they can buy directly 

The best rig follow one of my rigs 


Edited by rudi0504 - 2/9/13 at 3:24am
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Originally Posted by muzic4life View Post


Hi ko rudi..your pictures always make me wanna grab your rig and listen biggrin.gif looks wonderful as usual.

Thank you muzic4life

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Originally Posted by meiaen View Post

because of rudi my budget for my upcoming portable rig is getting bigger and my wallet is feeling the pain on that >< 

I think you can  safe more money than me, because you can buy directly the best rig you like 

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My friend old Iriver rig within years seventy or eighty 

 

source : Iriver 

dac : ibasso balance Dac DB2

Amp : alo Rx 3 B balance amp 

headphone : LCD 3 with Norse balance cable 

 

 

 

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Hey Rudi

 

Have you any pics of the AK100, DB2 & RX3B

 

nice cable work there wink_face.gif

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Originally Posted by Room40 View Post

Hey Rudi

 

Have you any pics of the AK100, DB2 & RX3B

 

nice cable work there wink_face.gif

I don't have anymore , later on I will post for you 

 

i have now ak100 + ibasso dB 2 + Ortofon MHd Q7 + ultrasone signature DJ

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

I don't have anymore , later on I will post for you 

 

i have now ak100 + ibasso dB 2 + Ortofon MHd Q7 + ultrasone signature DJ

 

 

 

 

I was wondering how ortofon mhd-q7 amp performs?  Does it work well with IEMs  or low impedance headphones? (32~50ohm).and do you like it alot?

 

I found one review..but couldn't get more info about that amp since it looks like it was recently released. :D


Edited by juntom10 - 2/9/13 at 6:15am
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Originally Posted by juntom10 View Post

 

I was wondering how ortofon mhd-q7 amp performs?  Does it work well with IEMs  or low impedance headphones? (32~50ohm).and do you like it alot?

 

I found one review..but couldn't get more info about that amp since it looks like it was recently released. :D

If you like sweet like tube sounding midrange , but less bass body , with very smooth high 

And very neutral and natural sounding amp ,  than ortofon is very good for you .

this ortofon is very good for jazz music and vocal lover .

 

for iem and low impedance headphone like fostex TH 900 is very good.

 

 

minor : a little hiss to my fit ear MH 335 DW 

            It is not so good for rock music 


Edited by rudi0504 - 2/9/13 at 6:53am
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Originally Posted by StargateRecords View Post

 

I never heard of the T-Box before blink.gif got me all intrigued now...

 

The TCG Audio T-Box -

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/545089/review-tcg-t-box-a-new-compact-portable-amp

 

 

 

Its a great little amp for the money :)

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