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post #3526 of 14081

During comparison of my rigs...came across my mind that i wish i just can grab this bundle all together and put it into my jean pocket...so when i am on the go, i don't have to worry of what kind of song i play to get the perfect sound....i call this a bundle of joy biggrin.gif

 

 

post #3527 of 14081

Blimey.

 

Care to walk us through that lot?  I get the ipod (classic I suppose?) fostex Hpp1 but the rest?

 

Cheers

post #3528 of 14081

Pico Power / ttvj Apex Glacier / Alo Audio Rx MK3 / two iPods & the Fostex HPP1

post #3529 of 14081
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Originally Posted by muzic4life View Post

During comparison of my rigs...came across my mind that i wish i just can grab this bundle all together and put it into my jean pocket...so when i am on the go, i don't have to worry of what kind of song i play to get the perfect sound....i call this a bundle of joy biggrin.gif

 

 

Me too!

 

 

post #3530 of 14081


Source : Hisound studio V 3rd edition
Amp : JL Audio BAB III JE
headphone : ultra Sone Signature DJ
Cable : Ventura craft mini to mini audiophile edition
Oyaide ULS after market cable
Sound Quality : excellent , very sweet sounding , that's good for long listening
Never hat fatigue to my ear after 3 hours listening , very detail and clean
And clear .with low listening volume sound so good .
post #3531 of 14081
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Originally Posted by muzic4life View Post

During comparison of my rigs...came across my mind that i wish i just can grab this bundle all together and put it into my jean pocket...so when i am on the go, i don't have to worry of what kind of song i play to get the perfect sound....i call this a bundle of joy biggrin.gif

 

 

You must have a really big pocket on those jeans!  eek.gif

post #3532 of 14081
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Originally Posted by toxicdrift View Post

Pico Power / ttvj Apex Glacier / Alo Audio Rx MK3 / two iPods & the Fostex HPP1

Yes, correct !

 

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Originally Posted by mtthefirst View Post

 

Me too!

 

 

 

 

Head-Fiers wishful thinking !  beerchug.gif

 

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Originally Posted by longbowbbs View Post

You must have a really big pocket on those jeans!  eek.gif

 

Actually i have a plan to make one special carry bag to fit all those...biggrin.gif

post #3533 of 14081
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post



Source : Hisound studio V 3rd edition
Amp : JL Audio BAB III JE
headphone : ultra Sone Signature DJ
Cable : Ventura craft mini to mini audiophile edition
Oyaide ULS after market cable
Sound Quality : excellent , very sweet sounding , that's good for long listening
Never hat fatigue to my ear after 3 hours listening , very detail and clean
And clear .with low listening volume sound so good .

That is one huge Mini2mini

post #3534 of 14081
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Originally Posted by longbowbbs View Post

You must have a really big pocket on those jeans!  eek.gif


How about these?

post #3535 of 14081
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Originally Posted by fiascogarcia View Post

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Originally Posted by longbowbbs View Post

You must have a really big pocket on those jeans!  eek.gif


How about these?

That would qualify as a BIG pocket!

post #3536 of 14081
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Originally Posted by rianchaos View Post

That is one huge Mini2mini

Thank you Rian
This Ventura Craft Audiophile grade Mini to Mini is rare item , they make from pure silver cable
SQ is the best I ever heard from all mini to mini collection .
post #3537 of 14081
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


Thank you Rian
This Ventura Craft Audiophile grade Mini to Mini is rare item , they make from pure silver cable
SQ is the best I ever heard from all mini to mini collection .

that is one cable that can match this fella here 

post #3538 of 14081

Didn't upgrade anything on my rig, but I had to replace the Clip+ because it died after only 2 weeks of use :(  Tried pretty much everything I could to fix it, but I ended up just buying a new one, which I finally got today.  

 

Also, in the hopes of opening peoples' ears to better sound, I recently bought my girlfriend a Clip+ and a pair of Westone UM1's, which she thought was expensive (good joke for us head-fiers huh?).  I talked to her later and all she could say was "wow, I didn't know music sounded like that", I felt pretty good about the gift I gave her.  Also, since I upgraded to Westone 4, I had a pair of UM1's myself that were never getting used.  Passed those on to a coworker for her birthday.  She said "Well, I just bought a pair of 30 dollar headphones, I don't know if yours will sound as good".  Her reaction?  Speechless haha!

post #3539 of 14081
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Originally Posted by rasmushorn View Post

 I would like to compare it to the LISA III but they are hard to find around here.

 

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post #3540 of 14081

Not really a "portable" set-up but rather ... "transportable"  !  wink_face.gif

 

Connected by an Optical Cable, I paired a (RW)AK100 with a "battery operated" Tubed DAC/AMP Bellina PRO from RedWine Audio (I ordered the Bellina Pro inside the "old" case because I did not like too much the woody case)

 

And I has my TH900 rewired Balanced to take full advantage of the balanced output of the amp. Plus I got a tube upgrade to the MiniWatt Dario E188CC.

 

First impressions are very good and I could notice a real improvement in background silence when I use the DAC/AMP operated on Battery.

 

And since the battery is really convenient to carry the system from room to room, or even outside... I  made a case to carry the Bellina + power Supply + headphone + my RWAK100 used as source.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Edited by bmichels - 4/21/13 at 1:11pm
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