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Originally Posted by jmsilva22 View Post

^^^hopefully that will be me in 40-50 years, still with headphones on.k701smile.gif

Don't worry man, on 29th i'll be 55. Got my first stereo receiver from my father when I was 12... Bought this 8g Zip + 32g tf card just to put it on my favorite Stones albums - flac of course. BTW Jagger is 70 ! beerchug.gif

 

****** off Comply foams!!!evil_smiley.gif

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Originally Posted by Retrias View Post

but they are extraordinarily expensive for non custom in ear aren't they? like 1k ++ dollar

yes. £1000. Not cheap by any stretch, but build quality, design, fit and most importantly the sound!! are really something special. I use these on my beside rig as well rather than my HE-500 most of the time, they sound that good.

 

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Originally Posted by psion84 View Post

The DX100 hibino case is such a lint magnet! i wish someone could come out with an alternative case to the hibinos. Oh Btw, sweet set up!normal_smile%20.gif

 

thanks. I don't find it too bad, I am very surprised no-one else has produced a case for the DX100 though.  I love the perfect fit of the Hibino case and it doesnt add much bulk to the already large device.

post #3108 of 14081
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Originally Posted by treal512 View Post

 

Yep.

 

It's officially over. This thread could go on for the next 100 years and nobody will post a better portable rig than that guy has. AMAZING!

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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

Yep.

Rockin' it old school!

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Experimentation rig is a go!

RWAK100-optical-xDuoo XD-01-aClear Porta NIP-01-Final Audio FI-BA-SS

EDIT:
My Hifiman RE-400 is taking a peek on the corner...
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Now what on earth is a "aClear Porta NIP" ? :-D

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Originally Posted by audionewbi View Post

Now what on earth is a "aClear Porta NIP" ? :-D

I'm experimenting with it and seeing what exactly it is... It doesnt need a power supply or batteries and you connect a source to it then out to the headphones...
post #3113 of 14081
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Originally Posted by VisceriousZERO View Post


I'm experimenting with it and seeing what exactly it is... It doesnt need a power supply or batteries and you connect a source to it then out to the headphones...

Looking forward to your future updates :-) The specs looks like it suppose to solve impedance issues. 

post #3114 of 14081
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Originally Posted by Retrias View Post

but they are extraordinarily expensive for non custom in ear aren't they? like 1k ++ dollar

 

The FitEar 334 I think is the most expensive non-custom out there from memory.

 

Here's my portable rig. After trying a lot of stuff, I ended up the most satisfied with just this. I'm overdue to try out the XBA-30s though which are improved versions of the XBA-3s however.

 

 

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I thought Final Audio Designs had a few things more expensive? 

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Originally Posted by Currawong View Post

 

The FitEar 334 I think is the most expensive non-custom out there from memory.

 

Here's my portable rig. After trying a lot of stuff, I ended up the most satisfied with just this. I'm overdue to try out the XBA-30s though which are improved versions of the XBA-3s however.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Currawong View Post

 

The FitEar 334 I think is the most expensive non-custom out there from memory.

 

Here's my portable rig. After trying a lot of stuff, I ended up the most satisfied with just this. I'm overdue to try out the XBA-30s though which are improved versions of the XBA-3s however.

 

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Nice back-to-basics setup.

 

These days though, there's quite a few that are pricier than the 334's (depends on where you are, I guess). At least in Japan, the Tralucent 1Plus2, FAD's Piano Fortes, and AKG K3003 to name a few. For the overseas market though, the pricing may be a little different (think the Tralucent 1Plus2 & AKG K3003 may be $50 cheaper than the 334's)...but the FADs are still "way out there".

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Originally Posted by mtthefirst View Post

I really like the sound signature of 335. I previously owned TG334 and switch to 335 a month ago. MH335DW is all about bass. Not in term of quantity but quality, details, clarity. Mid is still forwarded but not as much as TG334 but this is signature of all MH series I think. Treble roll off is the down side of 335 and TG334. With ALO cable, it improve treble a little bit.

 

Here is my portable rig combined with transportable one. ^^'

 

 

Where do you get THAT much money for that stuff??
i live in israel and we dont have places that sell amp's...

i can only dream about having that kind of a rig...

next week i am buying new headphones. 

will upload later ;)

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Originally Posted by Annafrancesca View Post

 

My Grab and run rig

 

iPod Shuffle 1st Gen

Kilipsch X10


That is my gym rig

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Tdk BA200 and Sansa Clip Zip (simple set-up yet reveals the real music.)

 

Let me share also my student's portable rig.. :) I'm planning to add an amp if i get the chance to earn enough bucks again..hehehe :D

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Originally Posted by Currawong View Post

The FitEar 334 I think is the most expensive non-custom out there from memory.

Here's my portable rig. After trying a lot of stuff, I ended up the most satisfied with just this. I'm overdue to try out the XBA-30s though which are improved versions of the XBA-3s however.




I also love my s3 and xba-3 setup......
Really basic,
Really good.....
I don't like the ip4s and xba-3 combo......
Don't know anything about the ip5 and xba-3 combo.....
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