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How are you enjoying the Intruder?

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I'm quite happy with the amp so far. It sounds very nice and has great synergy with my JH13. 

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Thanks, longbowbbs.  I'm executive director of the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival and also do alot of audio restoration of historical recordings.  Looking forward to some good uninterupted listening on a flight to NYC this week.
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I also use the JH 3A/16 for recording monitoring when the equipment can't be isolated from the performers.  Last week I recorded a solo pianist in his acoustically excellent home using my usual portable setup - a pair of Schoeps cardioids, Apogee Mini-me digital output to Oade modded Marantz 661 going out to the JH3A/16.  It all fits in a briefcase and the sound is great.

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Thought I'd post this here too, portable enough for me:D

Galaxy Note II -> OTG Cable -> Headstage lyrix pro total USB -> Beyerdynamic DT770 premiums

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Very nice...

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

 

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That's vintage, not retro.

 


iPod Classic 4th Gen 20gb + Portapros

 

thats quite a retro mix imo.

 

Walkman or Discman + Portapros is vintage.

 

same would also be spoken with iPod Classic 1st Gen 5/or 10 gb

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iPod Nano 7G + VSonic GR07 MK2. As cliché as it sounds, my music had never sounded so good. I might buy a DAC/Amp combo (something by Fiio), but I don't really know if it's worth it.

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^ the fiio e17 is a really dac/amp to pair with a computer, with excellent value
i recommend it

for portable use with the nano, im not too sure though
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^ the fiio e17 is a really dac/amp to pair with a computer, with excellent value
i recommend it
for portable use with the nano, im not too sure though

That's the reason I might not get anything else, I want something small and light so I can keep it really portable. As it is now is probably as portable as it gets, except for some smaller Sansa DAPs.
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That's the reason I might not get anything else, I want something small and light so I can keep it really portable. As it is now is probably as portable as it gets, except for some smaller Sansa DAPs.

I personally own the E17 and use it with my iPod Classic. I don't mind the slight extra bulk as it's about the same size as the classic.EDIT: It's like swiss army knife - great for the desktop.

Having said that, the e17 would be the majority of the bulk if you paired it with the Nano. If budget is an issue the E6 is also pretty good value for size and cost. I also have one and use it to drive some HD215's. It goes hard :P 

 

Otherwise maybe a Digizoid Z02 ? Similar form factor (practically the same size) and pretty decent SQ. Never tried it with IEM's though.


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Clip Zip (Rockboxed) + 3.Ai

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Clip Zip (Rockboxed) + 3.Ai

 

Elegant. Also, is that case padded on the inside? I have an otterbox 1000, but the interior is hard. I hate having my IEMs hit against the walls. What case is that?

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Elegant. Also, is that case padded on the inside? I have an otterbox 1000, but the interior is hard. I hate having my IEMs hit against the walls. What case is that?

Thanks! Yeah the case is padded on the inside. It's the case that came with the earphones, looks like the otterbox 1000 but Heir Audio must have put the padding in there themselves.

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Where do you guys buy your player-to-amp cables?

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