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Mini-rig:

 

Ipod Nano -> Fiio LOD -> Pico Slim -> JH16 Pro (FreqPhase)

 

 

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A simple (and not that portable) rig:

 

MacBook > Dragonfly > FitEar F111

 

 

 

 

Only shown, cause my iPhone is my only portable source and only camera too. Very nice sounding though!

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Portable bag.

Beyerdynamic T1. 

Walkman F806.  

Van Den Hul RCA LOD.

Custom "K-Cmoy" amplifier.



 

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awesome rig Bryan!.. We'll see and hear that later this May!

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Originally Posted by HeroicPenguin View Post

A simple (and not that portable) rig:

 

MacBook > Dragonfly > FitEar F111

 

 

 

 

Only shown, cause my iPhone is my only portable source and only camera too. Very nice sounding though!

Thats a nice usb cable,  where did you get that? 

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Originally Posted by Retrias View Post

Thats a nice usb cable,  where did you get that? 

 

You mean the adapter? It's just a cheap right angle USB adapter, you can get them for $3 on eBay. Not the best quality in the world, but it does help the Dragonfly from protruding too much.

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My fairly basic portable setup. iPod Classic (120gb) -> Fiio LOD -> Fiio E11 -> Logitech UE 4000.

 

 

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Originally Posted by eric0531 View Post

My fairly basic portable setup. iPod Classic (120gb) -> Fiio LOD -> Fiio E11 -> Logitech UE 4000.



I have the ue 6000 and I always wondered how do the 4000 sound? What are they comparable to? Maybe sum sennheiser hd25
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Originally Posted by mpawluk91 View Post

I have the ue 6000 and I always wondered how do the 4000 sound? What are they comparable to? Maybe sum sennheiser hd25

They kind of remind me of Monster Turbines with Comply tips. I really like the UE 4000s - super comfortable and great isolation for an on-ear. They sound very good right out of my iPhone but I like using my Classic for the capacity.
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Here we go Gents (and Ladies) look what Uncle H20 has for you today.

Ipod Video (80gb) (I scored for $20 on eBay) / C&C BH Amp / T-Peos H-200 Triple Hybrid (the new kid in town)

And yes, you guessed it, my Rhapsodio amp bands glow in the dark. wink.gif


Edited by H20Fidelity - 4/29/13 at 12:11am
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H20, do you fill that iPod with mp3 or lossless? Asking because Im in the market for a C&C, and I'm curious to know how she does with a iPod classic like that.
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H20, do you fill that iPod with mp3 or lossless? Asking because Im in the market for a C&C, and I'm curious to know how she does with a iPod classic like that.

I have Rockbox installed on the iPod running FLAC files, 16/44. Using the amp is a major improvement over the Pods headphone out. I find the iPod a touch warm so I use silver plated interconnect to crisp things up a little, it's not bad, rather balanced and using the silver plated LOD and amps LF switch brings the tone up to a level I can enjoy, it's not quite up to the standards of my Colorfly CK4, however enjoyable with both C&C BH and the cable.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 4/29/13 at 5:39am
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Sounds good. And just to be sure, that's a 5.5 gen iPod correct?
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Sounds good. And just to be sure, that's a 5.5 gen iPod correct?

Going off the serial number it is: iPod (5th generation Late 2006)—also known as iPod with video or Fifth Generation iPod.

I still become confused about it all, but that's what this site and the serial number tell me.

http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1353#ipodfifth2

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iPhone 4S -> GoDap DD Socket 1(MUSES02) -> Tralucent T1-> Tralucent 1plus2 (silver/gold cable)
Just got everything in this setup (except) iPhone today; so far it's already giving me goosebumps.
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