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Having lived with a tera for several weeks now, I find that having a screen gets in the way of enjoying the music. With the tera, the music just plays, and not having to deal with a screen somehow brings me closer to the music. Sounds crazy, but it's true.

No, I totally understand. Though my 801 has a screen it is so simple and with the settings I have only shows the smallest amount of info. I find that combined with that it is only on for ten seconds I am now focusing on the music rather than screen art or all the fancy stuff with touch screens and such. The Terra takes that one step further and I think it takes it to a more relaxing state which then focus's one on the music much more.
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which connections cable ?to use fiio
I used this post as a guide
http://www.head-fi.org/t/587912/fiio-e17-alpen-first-impression-final-thought/3495#post_8399026
post #2688 of 13569
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No, I totally understand. Though my 801 has a screen it is so simple and with the settings I have only shows the smallest amount of info. I find that combined with that it is only on for ten seconds I am now focusing on the music rather than screen art or all the fancy stuff with touch screens and such. The Terra takes that one step further and I think it takes it to a more relaxing state which then focus's one on the music much more.

 

 

I used to be a total album art junkie. Downloading the highest res album cover google could find and tagging it. Turns out, I was wasting my time. basshead.gif

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Originally Posted by woodcans View Post

 

Having lived with a tera for several weeks now, I find that having a screen gets in the way of enjoying the music. With the tera, the music just plays, and not having to deal with a screen somehow brings me closer to the music. Sounds crazy, but it's true.

Agreed! the screen makes you want to queue up your next songs... hahaha...

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Originally Posted by woodcans View Post

 

Having lived with a tera for several weeks now, I find that having a screen gets in the way of enjoying the music. With the tera, the music just plays, and not having to deal with a screen somehow brings me closer to the music. Sounds crazy, but it's true.

 

Well, I'm glad it works for you.smile_phones.gif

 But that reasoning does not work for me.  On the 2GB iPod Shuffle, that's one thing....when I had one, there was no intent on choosing specific things, I just hit "shuffle" and went about my business. But I could never live with a screenless device as my main player....one that can't even pause a track and then resume it....and is limited to .wav files, and...I'll stop now.wink.gif

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Well, I'm glad it works for you.smile_phones.gif

 But that reasoning does not work for me.  On the 2GB iPod Shuffle, that's one thing....when I had one, there was no intent on choosing specific things, I just hit "shuffle" and went about my business. But I could never live with a screenless device as my main player....one that can't even pause a track and then resume it....and is limited to .wav files, and...I'll stop now.wink.gif

 

Maybe because the ipod shuffle was meant to... shuffle? hahaha!

 

I get how it becomes a challenge for others, but when you try it, its just different...

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AppleMark

 

Apple iPod Classic, JDS Labs C5, Shure SE530

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VZero's portable audio festival!

 

:)

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VZero's portable audio festival!

 

:)

 

Soo many items on that table that are on my wishlist :( Lucky you!

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VZero's portable audio festival!

 

:)


Got an address so I can send some of my "friends" to "visit" you ?

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VZero's portable audio festival!

 

:)

 

You lie...I know you have way way way more than that!!

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VZero's portable audio festival!

 

:)

I want a festival pass! blink.gif

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I want a festival pass! blink.gif

 

Starts at $100 for 5 minutes....

 

Just kidding xD There isn't one, unless I'm visiting the same area as you are in xD

 

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Got an address so I can send some of my "friends" to "visit" you ?

 

Uhh... No..?

 

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Soo many items on that table that are on my wishlist :( Lucky you!

 

You'll get there! It takes patience and finding out your audio setup has been a lie for 12 years.

 

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You lie...I know you have way way way more than that!!

 

That's what I have on me right now... Haha!

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Hi :)

Also I use the cmoy on my laptop and it sounds great

 

Cheers

 

 

One of my portable set

 

Samsung S2

CMOY Dual chip LM6171 & LM4562

Sennheiser HD 25-1 II
 

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VZero's portable audio festival!

smily_headphones1.gif

Healing room for headache ? biggrin.gif
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