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The best set up for ibasso HDP R10

Source : Ibasso HDP R10 use LINE OUT
Amp : Pico Power use LINE IN
Headphone : ultrasone Signature Pro latest edition
Cable : Venturacraft mini to mini
Soundquality : the best I can hear from ibasso HDP R10 with this combo
I use HDP R10 line out to get full function from internal Dac Sabre 9018
With op amp 627


Edited by rudi0504 - 4/13/13 at 9:37am
post #3422 of 13556
The Sansa Clip+ is not my preferred source component, but has anyone tried doing anything like this while listening to your on the go rig?

haha any source component that can clip on to your headband i dont see why not. besides having a cord dangling down, beats having to keep it all tucked in your pocket.

I dont do this anyway, my preferred portable source is from a iPod Video or 4th generation.

post #3423 of 13556
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Originally Posted by PinoyPogiman View Post

The Sansa Clip+ is not my preferred source component, but has anyone tried doing anything like this while listening to your on the go rig?

haha any source component that can clip on to your headband i dont see why not. besides having a cord dangling down, beats having to keep it all tucked in your pocket.

I dont do this anyway, my preferred portable source is from a iPod Video or 4th generation.

I guess it makes that 7 foot cord seem a little shorter lol
post #3424 of 13556
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

Hi Achmedisdead
I am sorry I haven't heard ULS HFi - 780 .
I have the sig DJ ,
sig DJ is strong in bass more tight and better impact , wider soundstage , better clarity and high is
Extended compare to sig DJ
Midrange a bit backward
Sig Pro strong in mid and forward mid ,SQ neutral and neutral , overall smoother SQ than sig DJ
Thank you Gavin for your compliment biggrin.gif
Hi Retrias
No for stand alone dap I have 2 as my favourite : AK 100 mod stage 1 and HDP R 10

HDPR battery last for 9 hours , my previous dx 100 about 6 hours

Sound quality HDP R10 is better from my previous dx 100 too.
Really? I get about 10-12 hours with my HDP-R10.
post #3425 of 13556
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Originally Posted by PinoyPogiman View Post

The Sansa Clip+ is not my preferred source component, but has anyone tried doing anything like this while listening to your on the go rig?

haha any source component that can clip on to your headband i dont see why not. besides having a cord dangling down, beats having to keep it all tucked in your pocket.

I dont do this anyway, my preferred portable source is from a iPod Video or 4th generation.

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I've seen someone do this with the clip+ with some AKG's and they had modified the cable so that it went straight the the clip, no excess cord whatsoever! definitely portable!

post #3426 of 13556
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Originally Posted by lin0003 View Post

Really? I get about 10-12 hours with my HDP-R10.

Wow sound so good that yours can last so long 10 - 12 hours .
I just charge 2 times now
How you test your HDP R10 randomly with your music collection !
Which gain do you choose and how you turn your volume L
I use for burn in process in high gain and the volume at 240
Please advise
Thank you
post #3427 of 13556

I use mine with IEMs so I set the volume around 200-220 on low gain and I have 16 bit flac files. Maybe put the brightness to the lowest. When you don't play music, the battery barely leaks. I did a test and left it on the whole day without playing music and the battery only dropped 1 percent. I'm pretty sure that the volume doesn't matter, but if you are using 24 bit files, 9 hours seems about right. 

post #3428 of 13556
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Originally Posted by lin0003 View Post

I use mine with IEMs so I set the volume around 200-220 on low gain and I have 16 bit flac files. Maybe put the brightness to the lowest. When you don't play music, the battery barely leaks. I did a test and left it on the whole day without playing music and the battery only dropped 1 percent. I'm pretty sure that the volume doesn't matter, but if you are using 24 bit files, 9 hours seems about right. 

Thank you for your fast answer
I use randomly with 16 bit and 24 bit file
post #3429 of 13556
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


Thank you for your fast answer
I use randomly with 16 bit and 24 bit file

That's a bit odd. I would just shoot Hibino Intersound an email. I just bought it a few weeks ago so maybe it was a newer software update or something. 

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post #3431 of 13556

Finally got my current portable set up and finished.  

This is an old ipod classic-Venturecraft LOD-Cypherlab Solo -R updated edition-SoundPlus cable-Headamp Pico Power-Edition 8 LE, needing shinning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Very excited about the sound on this, just amazing!

 

Pictures of backups for later, including Fostex hp-p1 nano-Lisa lll, HM801-pico amp.

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Nice to have back up amp/ DAC when battery runs out

 

Need an amp/ DAC that will last 10 hrs+ for lounging around on some weekends

post #3433 of 13556
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Originally Posted by lin0003 View Post

That's a bit odd. I would just shoot Hibino Intersound an email. I just bought it a few weeks ago so maybe it was a newer software update or something. 

No software update , my is V8.0.2
I have already checked on Internet as I received mine
post #3434 of 13556
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


No software update , my is V8.0.2
I have already checked on Internet as I received mine

I'm not sure why mine lasts longer really. Hibino Intersound's website says 9 hours for 24 bit files anyway. Maybe i just got lucky. 

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Here's mine that runs for 40+ hours in one charge.

Custom CMoy amp that can power two 600-ohms cans at the same time.



 

 

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