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post #361 of 11424
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Originally Posted by Joe-Siow View Post

 

 

That would be a Sony Z1000 headphone.

 

I have one too. It sounds so good and sweet.

Thx! 

 

They seems to be quite expensive, for under 200€ i would buy them :D.. 

 

Still cant add photos... 

 http://i.imgur.com/eRvcQ.jpg

 

Just FYI im not using that gameboy as DAP. Sold my 4S and thinking to go for 5/5.5gen 30gb ipod and mod it  with 80gb back cover + bigger battery and CF card.
Possibly doing diymod also, but then again for the same price i could get Colorfly C3/Cowon/sansa clip+ but without sound customization EQ etc..
post #362 of 11424
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

Yep 50% is to low, set it to full or 80% - 90%

 

 

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Originally Posted by calipilot227 View Post


If you are using the E17, make sure your source is at full volume. Long story short, the amp is designed to receive a line-level signal, and the headphone output at 50% is well below line level.


This explains... alot of things , I will try it the next time i am going out then

post #363 of 11424
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Originally Posted by Retrias View Post




This explains... alot of things , I will try it the next time i am going out then

They are right - it makes a massive difference. Just did a test and could replicate your circumstances. Keep source volume at full and you'll only need to have the e17 on 20-25 max with at the most 6db gain. Use the volume control on the e17 only.
post #364 of 11424

My usual to-go audio kit.

 

 

1000 1000

 

First photo:

Lid: Extra microfiber cloths and an errant silicone dehumidifier packet on the left. Spare cables, adaptors and tools in two pouches on the right, which are velcro'd to the lid. Most of the stray cables and adaptors that you see are supposed to be in those pouches; I got sloppy.

Base: Clockwise from lower left: iPod Video 5G with 128gb SSD strapped to a Leckerton UHA-6S (first gen) with a homemade SPC LOD. RSA SR-71B on top of a Meier Porta Corda II. Soft pouch with Heir Audio 4.A and homemade SPC cable, terminated in an RSA balanced plug. Black hard case is a mystery guest. The blue thing is a two-USB power adaptor, alongside a white bog-standard iPod USB cable. The white blob below the iPod is a homemade RSA-3.5mm plug adaptor.

 

Second photo: Glamor shot of the powered electronics in the case.

 

Do I travel with this? Kinda yeah. It's what I carry between home and office every weekday. I have a smaller version of this case that I can pack in two ways: the iPod and two amps, one IEM, Apple's small power plug, and cables; or the iPod and one amp, two IEMs, the blue power plug above, and cables. The smaller case is what I fly with, though when I'm actually on the plane the IEMs as often as not are being used as earplugs and not connected to anything. Of the three amps, the Meier is most often left at home because it doesn't play as nicely with my IEMs as the others.


Edited by ardgedee - 11/14/12 at 5:57am
post #365 of 11424
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Originally Posted by ardgedee View Post

My usual to-go audio kit.


 

First photo:
Lid: Extra microfiber cloths and an errant silicone dehumidifier packet on the left. Spare cables, adaptors and tools in two pouches on the right, which are velcro'd to the lid. Most of the stray cables and adaptors that you see are supposed to be in those pouches; I got sloppy.
Base: Clockwise from lower left: iPod Video 5G with 128gb SSD strapped to a Leckerton UHA-6S (first gen) with a homemade SPC LOD. RSA SR-71B on top of a Meier Porta Corda II. Soft pouch with Heir Audio 4.A and homemade SPC cable, terminated in an RSA balanced plug. Black hard case is a mystery guest. The blue thing is a two-USB power adaptor, alongside a white bog-standard iPod USB cable. The white blob below the iPod is a homemade RSA-3.5mm plug adaptor.

Second photo: Glamor shot of the powered electronics in the case.

Do I travel with this? Kinda yeah. It's what I carry between home and office every weekday. I have a smaller version of this case that I can pack in two ways: the iPod and two amps, one IEM, Apple's small power plug, and cables; or the iPod and one amp, two IEMs, the blue power plug above, and cables. The smaller case is what I fly with, though when I'm actually on the plane the IEMs as often as not are being used as earplugs and not connected to anything. Of the three amps, the Meier is most often left at home because it doesn't play as nicely with my IEMs as the others.

Now thats some awesome kit!!
post #366 of 11424
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

1000

 

1000

 

The 8323 are amazing for the price of them.

Hiya - could you tell what strap that is - im about to get an e11 to go with my clip+!

 

Cheers

 

Lee

post #367 of 11424
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Originally Posted by mosshorn View Post

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Waiting at the doctors office with my grandfather. I can easily say, these are perhaps the best 20 bucks on headphones I've spent.
Sent from my ICS Thunderbolt using Tapatalk 2

 

...and you didn't get odd looks photographing your crotch in the doctor's waiting room?? wink_face.gif

post #368 of 11424

I cant add photos.. :(

 

http://i760.photobucket.com/albums/xx242/rvdeleon/Snapbucket/93AA1263.jpg

 

Walkman z > L3 > Lcd2 L3000.gif

post #369 of 11424
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Originally Posted by monkeyboylee View Post

Hiya - could you tell what strap that is - im about to get an e11 to go with my clip+!

 

Cheers

 

Lee

Hey Lee that is a velcro strip that came with my Enermax Power Supply for cable management.

 

Here is the post with all the pieces.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/552014/pictures-of-your-portable-rig-part-xv/5505#post_8503985

 

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Edited by TrollDragon - 11/14/12 at 8:51pm
post #370 of 11424
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Originally Posted by rvdeleon View Post

I cant add photos.. :(

 

http://i760.photobucket.com/albums/xx242/rvdeleon/Snapbucket/93AA1263.jpg

 

Walkman z > L3 > Lcd2 L3000.gif

 

 

 

Fixed image for rvdeleon :)

 

post #371 of 11424

thank you!!!! =D

post #372 of 11424
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Originally Posted by Raguvian View Post

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Where did you get them? 

They look great!

post #373 of 11424
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Originally Posted by marko93101 View Post

Where did you get them? 

They look great!

 

Thanks!

 

I got it from earphone solutions.

 

http://www.earphonesolutions.com/shure-se215-blue-ltd.html

 

 

I love them. They're like a more comfortable version of the TF10, looks and color wise.

post #374 of 11424
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

Hey Lee that is a velcro strip that came with my Enermax Power Supply for cable management.

 

Here is the post with all the pieces.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/552014/pictures-of-your-portable-rig-part-xv/5505#post_8503985

 

I have a few of them so if you want one, just PM your mailing address and I'll put one in an envelope for ya.

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That would be perfect but I'm afraid I'm in the UK - if its still ok by snail mail then will do or i can ppg you to cover postage - thanks for the offer tho!

post #375 of 11424

I got a new I-Phone 5 case! 

 

and why not?

 

 

1000

 

for 2 points can anyone guess the LP sleeve?

 

listening to the UK Mono LP (bright blue label) now via LP12/Ekos/ClavisDC/Linto/X-Cans V1/HD650cable/HD600

 

simply amazing punchy sound

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