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Originally Posted by syaknikwa View Post


This is my rig :
Denon LA 2000 + whipmod ipod classic 60gb(5th gen)+ Headstage Arrow 3rd Gen

also can switch to HD 650 and Westone UM3X with the same rig

I dunno if I can consider this a portablr setup lol. BTW this thread got very nice rigs.

Those Lawton wood cups are gorgeous. Did you get the full treatment with the damping mods, etc.? I have that with my stock-cupped D-2000 and love the sound out of my vintage amp.
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Originally Posted by sp3llv3xit View Post


Thank you.  How does the Wagnus sound now?  

Wagnus sound very good , it is still my best transportable amp now
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Originally Posted by Jason36 View Post

My Saturday morning Coffee Rig with new cables and modded T70p

iPhone 4S - CLAS Solo - Rx Mk3-B - T70p
All cables Forza AudioWorks and include - Silver Mini to Mini IC - Silver 32pin LOD to USB - Clair HP Cable terminated with XLR Mini Connectors

The T70p have been modified by Matthew at Forza to Dual Entry Mini XLR Connectors











Great sounding Rig....cables are excellent and have been built really well. Must say I'm very impressed with this rig :-)

Hi Jason

How is the SQ from your T 70 P ?
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Originally Posted by syaknikwa View Post


This is my rig :
Denon LA 2000 + whipmod ipod classic 60gb(5th gen)+ Headstage Arrow 3rd Gen

also can switch to HD 650 and Westone UM3X with the same rig

I dunno if I can consider this a portablr setup lol. BTW this thread got very nice rigs.

I have still keep my arrow 3 G like you biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post

That is awesome looking, but what is it ? A bomb ?

Hi Michael

Please let me know , how I can do the spoiler ?

Thank you
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Originally Posted by sp3llv3xit View Post




Hi
I know only alo Rx 3 B and idevice
Can you share what are the rest from your transportable rigs ?
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

Hi Jason

How is the SQ from your T 70 P ?

Hi Rudi,

I have just got my T70p back from Forza Audioworks and must say I am really impressed with the workmanship of the mods. The headphone cable is the copper cable and to my ears this has definately improved the overall sound from the stock cable.

I loved the standard T70p but found that occasionally the high end could be a bit grating.....with the FAW Clair cable I find that the highs have been tamed, the bass is still very good...it doesn't add to the music but if the bass is there then you hear it in the headphones....well extended and solid (not bloated). The midrange is also very good...especially with female vocals.

I think that the extra power provided by the Rx Mk3-B also provides better dynamics and soundstage across the board.

I am now waiting for my other new cable to arrive which I bought from a guy on here with an ALO balanced connector.....I'm really interested in hearing how different the balanced out sounds on the Rx compared to SE output.
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Jh-3a + JH-16s
Tera player stealth edition
Moon audio silver dragon interconnect
Moon audio silver dragon IEM cable
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Just appreciated your photos on headphile. Great to see you around.
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Originally Posted by garetjax1 View Post

myqyjyta.jpg2u4apata.jpg

Jh-3a + JH-16s
Tera player stealth edition
Moon audio silver dragon interconnect
Moon audio silver dragon IEM cable

Looks cool your rigs with Moon Audio Silver Dragon IEM cable

With the silver cable I think the high from your set up more detail and sparkle
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Yeah, nice set up!!
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


Hi
I know only alo Rx 3 B and idevice
Can you share what are the rest from your transportable rigs ?



Oh, those, sir, are nothing compared to your rigs. 

iPod Classic 5.5 Gen (the much-ballyhooed iPod with Wolfson 87588G DAC) stacked over the ALO RxMK3b.  I guess the 2 diminutive knobs in front gave it away. Underneath it is a Walkman F806 dap and on the bottom is a custom-built portable amp called K-Cmoy that can authoritatively drive a T1.  Those are 2 rigs stacked together.  The top is to drive my HD650. The one on the bottom to drive my T1.

post #4768 of 23636
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Originally Posted by Jason36 View Post

My Saturday morning Coffee Rig with new cables and modded T70p

iPhone 4S - CLAS Solo - Rx Mk3-B - T70p
All cables Forza AudioWorks and include - Silver Mini to Mini IC - Silver 32pin LOD to USB - Clair HP Cable terminated with XLR Mini Connectors

The T70p have been modified by Matthew at Forza to Dual Entry Mini XLR Connectors











Great sounding Rig....cables are excellent and have been built really well. Must say I'm very impressed with this rig :-)


wow you got a very nice rig there too, I'm loving the cables which would be my nxt upgrade in the future. I thought my setup was too big for being a portable and I guess I was wrong lol.
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

I have still keep my arrow 3 G like you biggrin.gif


yeah I haven't upgraded mine and I still remember waiting the arrow for months though lol. I heard they release a new version which is the 4T still thinking if I will gonna upgrade or not.
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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post

Those Lawton wood cups are gorgeous. Did you get the full treatment with the damping mods, etc.? I have that with my stock-cupped D-2000 and love the sound out of my vintage amp.


Thanks smily_headphones1.gif yeah it's fully modded with the dampening and stuff, the cups are even more gorgeous in personal thats why I'm extra carefull with them when using it.
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