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I think Rudi - and maybe this whole thread - may have now jumped a shark or two...

 

Yep. It reminds me of show-and-tell in grade school...

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Is that a velcro strap?

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Originally Posted by brokestatus View Post

Source: Sansa clip+
DAC/amp: JDS Labs CmoyBB 2.03
Cable: Fiio L8
Headphones: AKG K172 HD




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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

Please guess which ones from these two set up Go Dap DD1 9 volt muse 02 vs
Go Dap DD1 LE 12 Volt with op amp 627 SM has better SQ ?

Set up 1

Source : iPhone 4 S
Dac : Ventura craft Go Dap DD1 9 volt muse 02
Amp : RSA RS 71 B
Iem : Tralucent 1+2 with UBER cable with balance RSA
Cable : Ventura Craft mini to mini LE

Set up 2

Source : iPhone 4 S
Dac : Ventura Craft Go Dap DD1 LE 12 volt 627 SM
Amp : Ortofon MHD Q 7
Iem : Tralucent 1+2 with UBEP cable in balance RSA
Cable : Ventura Craft LE mini to mini

 

 

I thought you were a "muse 02" guy?

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Rudi's got everything evidently, he puts forth the most consistently outrageous portable rigs and has zero feedback so he's still got it all or is giving it away.

 

Are you the Robin Hood of portable hifi audio Rudi, or do you have tons of top gear? It would be something to see it all collected together!

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Rudi does have a remarkable collection. I appreciate him sharing his impressions with us.

 

beerchug.gif

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Yep

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Originally Posted by brokestatus View Post

Well for ~50 bucks it's pretty great. Supports FLAC out of the box (although I rockboxed it obviously). I mainly got it for the expandable memory, supports up to 32GB (64GB when formatted FAT32) with the 8GB flash memory built in for a potential total of 72GB in something roughly the size of an iPod Shuffle. The build quality surprised me too, it feels like it's made out of good material, not just any cheap plastic. Plus the clip on the back comes in handy, for example clipping it to my amp, or to my shorts if I'm at the gym or something. All in all, a pretty good little DAP for 50 bucks.


Thank you sure!  I'll keep that in mine!L3000.gif

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Originally Posted by brokestatus View Post

 

How do you like the K172? I've been tempted to give them a try, considering the relatively low price.

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Originally Posted by ButtUglyJeff View Post

I thought you were a "muse 02" guy?

Yes I like my muse 02
And I love my 627 SM as well
My 627 SM has wider soundstage and slightly better micro detail IMO
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Originally Posted by brokestatus View Post

Yep

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Originally Posted by grokit View Post

Rudi's got everything evidently, he puts forth the most consistently outrageous portable rigs and has zero feedback so he's still got it all or is giving it away.

Are you the Robin Hood of portable hifi audio Rudi, or do you have tons of top gear? It would be something to see it all collected together!

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Originally Posted by longbowbbs View Post

Rudi does have a remarkable collection. I appreciate him sharing his impressions with us.

beerchug.gif

Thank you all

Because of my limitation English to write an impression and review
The only way here to share with pictures what I have in my collection and some my friends audio gear .
One day I will post all together
Please wait until I got the chance to take a picture
To put all together , I need more time
Because at home my security guard is very tight , what I mean is my wife hahaha biggrin.gif
I am sorry out of topic
Edited by rudi0504 - 5/31/13 at 5:31pm
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Because at home my security guard is very tight , what I mean is my wife hahaha ....

 

 

......I have one of those "security guards" too.

 

She thinks my CLAS db was $100

She thinks my Rx MkII was $100

She thinks my HF2s were $100

 

Any guesses what she thinks my HD650s or the pre ordered HiFi M8 cost?

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......I have one of those "security guards" too.

 

She thinks my CLAS db was $100

She thinks my Rx MkII was $100

She thinks my HF2s were $100

 

Any guesses what she thinks my HD650s or the pre ordered HiFi M8 cost?


right~ biggrin.gif

it's all secret to all wives!!  

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Originally Posted by ButtUglyJeff View Post


......I have one of those "security guards" too.

She thinks my CLAS db was $100
She thinks my Rx MkII was $100
She thinks my HF2s were $100

Any guesses what she thinks my HD650s or the pre ordered HiFi M8 cost?

I think these security guard is for all married man biggrin.gif

I have only one desktop set up at home , if I want upgrade the only way I trade in with the new ones .
If i bought portable rigs my wife doesn't know all look the same biggrin.gif

Before I married I don't have enough money to buy my audio gear , after merrier i got money to buy , but I am not free man anymore , I must do tolerance to each others biggrin.gif
Edited by rudi0504 - 5/31/13 at 5:51pm
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Here is my first attempt at a portable rig. So far quite happy with all components.

 

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Originally Posted by brokestatus View Post

 

How do you like the K172? I've been tempted to give them a try, considering the relatively low price.


They're really good for the price. I've always wanted some AKG's but being on a student budget I don't have the money to dish out on some higher end cans. I got them for $99 at Canada Computers. I am very pleased with them too. After using them with an amp I saw the true potential of them and they're great. Clear solid bass, wonderful mids and crisp treble. One groups I have against them is that they're not around ear, they sit on your ear. But that's just because I have an earring that gets in the way. They were a little tight at first but after some use they softened up and they're a pleasure to wear for long periods of time. I know later on, maybe a couple years or something, I'm gonna want to upgrade. But for now these are awesome :thumbup:

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