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Aaah, new thread. Very nice. Obviously, subscribted! rolleyes.gif

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2nd set should have worked???

Yes 2nd set works.... my error. That is a awesome looking cable going to the phones!

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Originally Posted by Saraguie View Post

Yes 2nd set works.... my error. That is a awesome looking cable going to the phones!

 

thanks :)

 

stock cable, just shortened by about 40cm, sheathed and then re-terminated with the oyaide - is rather nice

post #49 of 14755
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Chicago meet back In May, I behaved myself and only took two so others can get some. I am guessing Jude brought them

Now where is the head-fi store so I can pick some up?!
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Rockboxed 160gb Classic -> Heir Audio 3.Ai biggrin.gif

 

New rule: No posting without pics??

    

    Very nice, I will have the same setup with the addition of a TTVJ Slim amp.


Edited by retrophonic - 10/27/12 at 3:37pm
post #51 of 14755

From the previous thread. Like I said there, this is my "rig" mostly for traveling in vehicles.


This is what I use the rare times that I walk around and listen to music. I like to be able to hear what is going on around me. (after taking that picture, the cable bent like that is really bothering me redface.gif )

I don't like to lug too much around biggrin.gif
post #52 of 14755

Cables for the sources are on the way.

 

700

 

iPod 6th Gen 120 GB

FitEar To Go 334

Unique Melody Miracles

Fostex HP-P1

Ray Samuels Hornet

post #53 of 14755
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Originally Posted by cogsand gears View Post

Still using the same rig, and the same photo!

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There is probably a new LOD in the works, as there usually is, and I just bought a pair of GR07 mkii, so they might make an appearance soon.

Very nice.

Where do you get your cable components?

post #54 of 14755

i am starting to like this thread as there is getting more and more picture than text.

 

shall upload my another humble rig

 

 

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um3x blue edt with diy cable. 

 

Source : Cowon z2

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Edited by will13xo - 10/27/12 at 8:53pm
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How are these bad boys?

really liking them. i find myself missing the zo2,but not enough to be tethered to it.   smily_headphones1.gif

post #57 of 14755
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Originally Posted by RingingEars View Post

Very nice.

Where do you get your cable components?

Thank you

 

The wire is from Toxic Cables. ( Go to the ebay store - the website is not up to date )

The westone style connector pins are from lunashops, but Toxic stock them now too.

The jack plug is also from Lunashops.

The chin slider and Y splitter I made up myself from alumininum tube and wood.

 

Hope that helps :D

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How are these bad boys?

i'm impressed by the sound. plus they are light,comfortable and and isolate well--even without noise guard. enabled it gives a degree amplifcation and bass boost. call quality is good. in a *very* noisy room i got a complaint of a"pots and pans" noise. i imagine it was the mic adjusting between my voice and the background noise. it could have easily been my beard or locs brushing against the hidden mic. i've only been told of this issue 2 or 3 times in the months i owned the 'phones. the swap-able battery is an awesome feature. the spare can be charged outside of the 'phones (via usb) and stores nicely in the zippered pocket on the case. i had a difficult time convincing myself to buy them without listening first(something about the apple store give me the heebie jeebies)  but i don't regret taking the plunge. 

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Rig spotted at the Tokyo Headphone Festival todaybiggrin.gif

 

(the ipod usb/lod is hanging out because he had just been testing another unit)-(also usually the ipod would also be strapped in.)

 

 

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