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post #286 of 13177
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Originally Posted by Sotone View Post

I keep getting this message when trying to insert a photo of my portable rig -  "There was a problem submitting this to the server. Please try again."  
Any suggestions?
Thanks,
Steve
I got that back then too. I think Head-Fi imposes a limitation on new users so you gotta get some posts to 'rank up' before you can start embedding images into posts... Till then, make do with linking?
post #287 of 13177
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Originally Posted by cogsand gears View Post

Great looking setup. What tips are you using on the GR07's? The bore looks huge!

Thanks.:) i call them frankenstein tips. Basically i took the plastic core from the foam tips of the GR07 and used Hippo medium sized foam tips coupled with sony tips that i had from a previous headphone i had laying around and finally inserted the coupled tips into the plastic core that was mentioned earlier. i had since tried different foams with the sony tips and found the shure foams to isolate the best. that was a old photo i uploaded. i love the bigger bore and hybrid between the foam + sony tips. very good isolation and improve details and clarity i hear from the GR07. because i can now insert my headphones deeper and the foam helps to fill the gap for better isolation + having the advantage of a bigger bore. give it a try if u manage to find some tips with bigger bore u could work with.

 

Some pics to better explain the tips.:)

 

700

 

700

post #288 of 13177

New case and mini star quad 3.5-3.5 cable.

 

post #289 of 13177
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Originally Posted by psion84 View Post

Thanks.:) i call them frankenstein tips. Basically i took the plastic core from the foam tips of the GR07 and used Hippo medium sized foam tips coupled with sony tips that i had from a previous headphone i had laying around and finally inserted the coupled tips into the plastic core that was mentioned earlier. i had since tried different foams with the sony tips and found the shure foams to isolate the best. that was a old photo i uploaded. i love the bigger bore and hybrid between the foam + sony tips. very good isolation and improve details and clarity i hear from the GR07. because i can now insert my headphones deeper and the foam helps to fill the gap for better isolation + having the advantage of a bigger bore. give it a try if u manage to find some tips with bigger bore u could work with.

 

Some pics to better explain the tips.:)

 

700

 

700

 

that's one hell of a DIYed tip! great creativity and i'm sure it gets the job done!

post #290 of 13177

got my iPod Classic 4th Gen(not the iPod Photo or the iPod Color)

 

 

 

perfect retro match with the even super retro Portapros.

 

Retro is the best to go!

 

1000

post #291 of 13177
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Originally Posted by PinoyPogiman View Post


To go full retro though, you'll need a cassette Walkman or a late-'80s Discman biggrin.gif
post #292 of 13177

That's vintage, not retro.

post #293 of 13177
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Originally Posted by longbowbbs View Post

Something for H2OFidelity to enjoy.....wink.gif


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

iPod Nano 6G with Etymotic hf3's and ACS Custom tips....

I like it! L3000.gif
post #294 of 13177
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Originally Posted by anoxy View Post

That's vintage, not retro.

You have a point, sir
post #295 of 13177
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Originally Posted by karloil View Post

that's one hell of a DIYed tip! great creativity and i'm sure it gets the job done!

Thanks!best fit and isolation for me so far.biggrin.gif
post #296 of 13177
Thanks for the answer about not being able to insert a photo.  The picture would show my portable rig consisting of
iPod Classic 160, AlgoRhythm Solo, JH3A/16 in translucent black with Moon Audio Silver Dragon cable in a Black Star Amp Wallet.
post #297 of 13177

^^

 

That is a heck of a portable rig, Sotone! Post the pic when you can.

 

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post #298 of 13177
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Originally Posted by calipilot227 View Post


To go full retro though, you'll need a cassette Walkman or a late-'80s Discman biggrin.gif

 

Will a Double Cassette Boom Box speakers directly on Ear, qualify? cool.gif

post #299 of 13177

1000

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sweet setup!
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