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my zu mobius mk2 came in today...I'm a short guy so i opted for a short cable. I've got a colorful rig
iPod classic > venturecraft go dap dd socket 1 (muses01) > alo rx mk2 > hd650
post #3137 of 13114
I keep double posting today....*edited*
post #3138 of 13114
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Originally Posted by edmonem View Post

my zu mobius mk2 came in today...I'm a short guy so i opted for a short cable. I've got a colorful rig
iPod classic > venturecraft go dap dd socket 1 (muses01) > alo rx mk2 > hd650

That Zu is great, I've had it for years on my 650's.

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Originally Posted by dallan View Post

That Zu is great, I've had it for years on my 650's.
Yeah, I've only heard great reviews about it...so far, I can hear slight differences...too bad they don't sell them new (already burned in)
post #3140 of 13114
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Originally Posted by kaiss3r View Post







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

Let me share also my student's portable rig.. smily_headphones1.gif I'm planning to add an amp if i get the chance to earn enough bucks again..hehehe biggrin.gif

Those TDK BA200 sure looks sexy smily_headphones1.gif
Edited by Annafrancesca - 3/27/13 at 11:16pm
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That is my gym rig

...simple yet packs a punch. smily_headphones1.gif
post #3142 of 13114

What I usually go around with

iPhone4, FireeyeHA + Focal Spirit One. What I usually use when around town.

and the new kid when I don't wanna keep something as huge on my head.

iPhone 4, FireeyeHA + Shure SE215CL

 

I really need a new iDevice LOD though. Stupid FiiO L9 lost the left channel after using it for two whole weeks. Thought something designed for portable use would've been sturdier.

post #3143 of 13114

i know it is not much but here is my portable rig a cowon x9 objective2 built by flying dutchman audio and a set of westone 3's but i cannot seem to upload a picture at the moment confused.gif

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Playing with Sony PHA-1 ( amp/DAC) with different phones;  V-Moda M100 won out , tonight

Got a new LOD for my gym / ultraportable rig too  

 

Anybody has the V-Moda VERZA and Sony PHA-1 and can compare the two ? 

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Originally Posted by audiotux View Post

i know it is not much but here is my portable rig a cowon x9 objective2 built by flying dutchman audio and a set of westone 3's but i cannot seem to upload a picture at the moment confused.gif

 

You need to post more, mate, before uploading photo's...we'll wait normal_smile%20.gif

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Originally Posted by snapple10 View Post

 

 

 

 

Playing with Sony PHA-1 ( amp/DAC) with different phones;  V-Moda M100 won out , tonight

Got a new LOD for my gym / ultraportable rig too  

 

Anybody has the V-Moda VERZA and Sony PHA-1 and can compare the two ? 


I would be very interested in this comparison as well. Actually any comparison with the other iDevice DAC's (HP-P1, CLAS, DD)

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I'm a noob to the site, so I can't post any pictures yet.  However, when I posted a few weeks ago, I had an 80gb iPod Classic 6th gen and some Audio Technica M30s. Since then the upgrade fever has hit me.  I can't really afford anything high end but today I just received my Grado SR80i headphones and cMoyBB v2.03 headphone amp.  The SR80i sound incredible but it is going to take some time to get used to the pads.  

 

post #3148 of 13114

Welcome to Head-Fi, sorry about your wallet.

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Originally Posted by Kalakaka View Post

I'm a noob to the site, so I can't post any pictures yet.  However, when I posted a few weeks ago, I had an 80gb iPod Classic 6th gen and some Audio Technica M30s. Since then the upgrade fever has hit me.  I can't really afford anything high end but today I just received my Grado SR80i headphones and cMoyBB v2.03 headphone amp.  The SR80i sound incredible but it is going to take some time to get used to the pads.  

post #3149 of 13114
Ok I have been a long time reader first time poster I guess I will have to play catch up
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You need to post more, mate, before uploading photo's...we'll wait normal_smile%20.gif
post #3150 of 13114
My ultra portable rigs

20130329_102927.jpg

Spiral Ear SE5 & sansa clip+ SanDisk
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