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oh yesssssss ohhhhh myyyy goooooood so important !!!! People complain about that all the time but it's no big deal. Scroll down. I prefer to.see quoted pics of pretty stuff than people who complain for nothing.

I could not disagree more. The person in question is not complaining for nothing. There is very little value in loading and scrolling through page after page of the same pictures repeated endlessly.

If you have something to communicate then write it but rehashing other people's pics forever gets dull fast.
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Sony F807 + DIY Silver Dragon LOD + FiiO E12 + Sony MDR-CD900ST











NICE! CD900ST!
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Not once has my finger locked up from having to scroll past some reposted pictures - its a good digit workout.

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 - its a good digit workout.

I'm not sure you're supposed to say naughty things like this.

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More transportable than portable, this is my rig for the next week or so, the business trip rig!

rMBP running Fidelia + AQ DF + Kenrs1 Big Super CMOY + LCD-3s with TWAG v3s
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What exactly is a "Kenrs1 Big Super CMOY"?

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What exactly is a "Kenrs1 Big Super CMOY"?

 

Its a DIY amp I bought from a fellow audiophile who builds and sells them locally. He doesn't have any other way to call them so I name it after him (Kenrs1) and since he calls the amp "the big one" then I call it his Big Super Cmoy amp.

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Its a DIY amp I bought from a fellow audiophile who builds and sells them locally. He doesn't have any other way to call them so I name it after him (Kenrs1) and since he calls the amp "the big one" then I call it his Big Super Cmoy amp.

Hopefully I get to try it in near future. Any chance you can provide your impression of it, that would be greatly appreciated. 

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What exactly is a "Kenrs1 Big Super CMOY"?

 

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Hopefully I get to try it in near future. Any chance you can provide your impression of it, that would be greatly appreciated. 

 

that is a custom cmoy built to your preferences. its quite expensive though and they seem are buying it at a store where the sound is "fixed" than when have it made directly, you can tune the sound to your liking. thats all about it. you can even have the jacks customed as well.

 

usually those "super cmoy" tend have a warm sound to it, some of those amps have great soundstage and imaging but it depends on what capacitors used, can drive most headphones easy (except for he6, k1000, etc), and an instanely long battery life (30 hours minimum with two high impedance headphones plugged in with one of those super cmoys that i tried). it is not neutral at all.

 

it comes in 3 varations, VZero's is the one with the biggest i think, there is a two smaller versions of it and the smallest of all has about the same size as the picopower, but it doesnt have those huge capacitors inside it.

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My Sennheiser HD 700 set up :

 

source : iPod classic 7G 160 Gb with WAV file music 

dac : Ventura craft go dap x black with upgrade op amp to LME 49860 

Pheadphone : Sennheiser HD 700 with after market cable from Japan 

cable : USB to Lod DIY 8 braid solid silver core 24 awg 

           Adaptor DIY copper rare cable ex home audio 6,3 mm female to mini 3,5 mm

 

 

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My XBA-3 Setup........

About to order a C5 to add to it!!!!!!

 

 

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Heir TZAR 350:

 

 


Edited by rasmushorn - 3/22/13 at 3:47am
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This my favorite portable setup at the moment. Such a punchy and spacey sound. True listening pleasure.

iPod 5.5G --> Just Audio AHA-120 --> Beyerdynamic T5p

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Wow, how did you get the carbon fibre texture on your amp and iPod?
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