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Originally Posted by kkhaha View Post

Just wanna share my recabled monoprice 8320 by a friend.

 

 


Why would you bother with the trouble of recabling a pair of sub 10 dollar IEM's? The cable itself probably cost more then the IEM. Wouldn't it have been a far better idea to just buy say a 20 or 25 dollar IEM and call it a day? Nice cable job by the way


Edited by DigitalFreak - 3/24/13 at 8:16am
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its okay, the cables are worth around 1 peso per meter = 0.08 US Dollar.. and the sound is worth the price :D the recable only costs 1$ inlcuding the cable+neutrik plug+shrink tubes :D and I love em 10x more than before :D

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Originally Posted by meiaen View Post

Thanks rudi found some on chinatown earlier and want to try it out.
It does really look good and safer than using dual lock or velcro

Ipod touch 4g and arrow 4g
Hahaha I like 4th gen items

Update I was bored and came up with this

You are welcome meiaen.

i use anti slip Mate for all audio gear again scratch , if I sell again look like new and my buyer is happy biggrin.gif

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My Current Rig - Xperia Z + Heir Audio 8.A ... more updates soon biggrin.gif

 

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Originally Posted by DigitalFreak View Post


Why would you bother with the trouble of recabling a pair of sub 10 dollar IEM's? The cable itself probably cost more then the IEM. Wouldn't it have been a far better idea to just buy say a 20 or 25 dollar IEM and call it a day? Nice cable job by the way

This $7 iem puts many or most sub $50 IEMs to shame. If you are looking for a linear/neutral iem on the cheap, this is it. Totally worth modding.
Measured
http://rinchoi.blogspot.com/2013/02/monoprice-9927.html?m=1
Modded
http://rinchoi.blogspot.com/2013/03/on-modification-of-monoprice-8320-9927.html?m=1
post #3036 of 14467
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Originally Posted by kkhaha View Post

Just wanna share my recabled monoprice 8320 by a friend.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oh my D:

 

Send a pair my way! They look excellent.

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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

My  DIY  friend done for us in Jakarta for our AK 100 , the result are improvement SQ from our AK 100 , like RWA AK 100 mod by Red Wine Audio .i don't have any link .

if you live in USA you can buy from Red Wine Audio .

No lah this is more transportable set up for TH 900 .

this adaptor done by my DIY friend too,

this blue is anti slip mate to protect all my audio gear again scratch .

Yes you are right Rian, I need to find better cable for balance connector between my dB 2 and alo Rx 3 B.

I choose always thicker or bigger awg for better sound quality , but for RSA and hiroshe balance cable , I can not use to thick , it's can not fit in to RSA or Hiroshe balance connector .

 

I have been quite the admirer of pretty much every picture you have ever posted on this site, which is funny when my first question for you isn't even audio related haha.  But I have to ask now, do you speak Chinese?  I don't know about China, but it is very much a Taiwanese thing for someone to reply "No la" in a conversation.  Maybe I have just been in Taiwan too long now blink.gif

 

Edit:  And about the iPod shuffles.  I loved those clip on models.  I put one through a washing machine three times before it finally gave up on me biggrin.gif


Edited by DarSevn - 3/24/13 at 9:57am
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My current "portable" setup. iPod Touch 4G, Alo Continental V2, Philips X1. Quite enjoying the X1, although the Continental probably isn't the perfect match for it. Still waiting for my Pico Power...
 

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Love the Fidelio X1s. Very classy looking.
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Originally Posted by DarSevn View Post

 

I have been quite the admirer of pretty much every picture you have ever posted on this site, which is funny when my first question for you isn't even audio related haha.  But I have to ask now, do you speak Chinese?  I don't know about China, but it is very much a Taiwanese thing for someone to reply "No la" in a conversation.  Maybe I have just been in Taiwan too long now blink.gif

 

Edit:  And about the iPod shuffles.  I loved those clip on models.  I put one through a washing machine three times before it finally gave up on me biggrin.gif

Hi DarSevn

i can speak Chinese but not that good .

i come from Indonesia and I have many Singaporean friends speak with no la , I am sorry for my bad English 

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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

Hi DarSevn
i can speak Chinese but not that good .
i come from Indonesia and I have many Singaporean friends speak with no la , I am sorry for my bad English 

I am happy to learn that other people say that also haha. And your English is just fine, nobody here is concerned about such small things! And my Chinese is not great either :P

On topic, I finally upgraded to Westone 4 so ill be posting new pics soon!
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This weeks transportable fun....

 

JH16's with the Audioquest Dragonfly DAC/Amp running AIFF lossless files via Amarra on a MacBook Pro and iTunes.

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Originally Posted by longbowbbs View Post

This weeks transportable fun....

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

JH16's with the Audioquest Dragonfly DAC/Amp running AIFF lossless files via Amarra on a MacBook Pro and iTunes.

 

They look (still and suspect always will) and must sound AWESOME!  ksc75smile.gif


Edited by Saraguie - 3/24/13 at 7:20pm
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Originally Posted by Saraguie View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by longbowbbs View Post

This weeks transportable fun....

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

JH16's with the Audioquest Dragonfly DAC/Amp running AIFF lossless files via Amarra on a MacBook Pro and iTunes.

 

They look (still and suspect always will) AWESOME!  ksc75smile.gif

The best part is they SOUND awesome too...biggrin.gif

post #3045 of 14467
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Originally Posted by DarSevn View Post


I am happy to learn that other people say that also haha. And your English is just fine, nobody here is concerned about such small things! And my Chinese is not great either :P

On topic, I finally upgraded to Westone 4 so ill be posting new pics soon!

Please share your picture here 

I just sold my westone 4 and bought Earsonic sm 64.

westone is very good iem if you can find the matching amp 

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