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Lol. What a portable rig.

Just a quick question. Do you guys actually carry open back headphones outside and use it portably(like in car, cafe, workplace...)

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post #5193 of 17402
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Originally Posted by kimvictor View Post

Lol. What a portable rig.

Just a quick question. Do you guys actually carry open back headphones outside and use it portably(like in car, cafe, workplace...)


Very good question.  To be honest its for around the house (bed, couch, floor, upside down stuck to the ceiling fan again) and in the car. But never for outside (public spaces).  I plan on gettting some eim heir audio traz 350 one day so I can actually take my portable rig outside for a hike or into a cafe or just a long walk with my dog.


Edited by David Chavez - 7/1/13 at 7:28pm
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Very good question.  To be honest its for around the house (bed, couch, floor, upside down stuck to the ceiling fan again) and in the car. But never for outside (public spaces).  I plan on gettting some eim heir audio traz 350 one day so I can actually take my portable rig outside for a hike or into a cafe or just a long walk with my dog.

I must admit, i sometimes look pretty funny walking the dog with my side pack with ipod/CLAS/Pico Power or Lisa ll stack and wearing Ed8 LE.  

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I sometimes wear when I walk my dog around the block 3 times. But I spoil her sometimes with a 1-2.5 hour walk down a trail she likes. Would be nice to have wearable hifi on a long walk like that.
 

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I must admit, i sometimes look pretty funny walking the dog with my side pack with ipod/CLAS/Pico Power or Lisa ll stack and wearing Ed8 LE.  

Lol. I already drop my portable amp when I'm going out. It's just DAP and a headphone.

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ALO Continental + LCD2 r1

 

Rev 1 FTW! Still has the best mid for me

 

But why don't you replace the cable? Try silver dragon v3

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My revamped rig. just love the portability and sound!:) used to own the DX100. amazing DAP, but the battery life and size just didnt come to terms with my priorities as my job requires me to travel often. :( i normally just pack the W4 and ak100 on the go and use them with an amp at the office/home.

 

 

 

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Nice pics indeed.

 

Mind to share what cable is that attached to your W4?

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Originally Posted by Boringer View Post

Nice pics indeed.

 

Mind to share what cable is that attached to your W4?


The cable is called Cadence. done by a local head-fier named Fonebone in Singapore. silver stranded cable with sleeving. really amazing craftsmanship and well thought through cable. flexible with no memory at all and will not coil out of shape.  the choke and splitter is made of 2 pieces of milled metal piece respectively. the cable matches well sonically with my W4. really brings focus to the details. when i 1st heard them, i had a feeling of de-ja-vu back to the time when i first made my 1st pair of glasses. strikingly clear and vivid. :) i was actually coming from the silver dragon v1 and was surprised how good these cables are. the ergonomics of the cable is what i liked most. extremely comfortable.  overall a truely solid cable!

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The cable is called Cadence. done by a local head-fier named Fonebone in Singapore. silver stranded cable with sleeving. really amazing craftsmanship and well thought through cable. flexible with no memory at all and will not coil out of shape.  the choke and splitter is made of 2 pieces of milled metal piece respectively. the cable matches well sonically with my W4. really brings focus to the details. when i 1st heard them, i had a feeling of de-ja-vu back to the time when i first made my 1st pair of glasses. strikingly clear and vivid. :) i was actually coming from the silver dragon v1 and was surprised how good these cables are. the ergonomics of the cable is what i liked most. extremely comfortable.  overall a truely solid cable!


Can you inform how much it costs? I am desperately in need of a new cable for my W4R

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My revamped rig. just love the portability and sound!:) used to own the DX100. amazing DAP, but the battery life and size just didnt come to terms with my priorities as my job requires me to travel often. :( i normally just pack the W4 and ak100 on the go and use them with an amp at the office/home.

 

 

 

 

 

Another great profile from an AK100/amp.  I bet it pockets great...

post #5203 of 17402
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Originally Posted by psion84 View Post

My revamped rig. just love the portability and sound!:) used to own the DX100. amazing DAP, but the battery life and size just didnt come to terms with my priorities as my job requires me to travel often. :( i normally just pack the W4 and ak100 on the go and use them with an amp at the office/home.

 

 

Damn, that's a good looking rig.

I didn't remember it being so good looking when I had it!

 

Haha, glad u r enjoying it.

Happy it found a good home.

post #5204 of 17402
More curious than anything but I see my ONE armband-based portable setup (pics a page or three earlier) and that's it. And a lot of bricks. Some more transportable than portable.

Am I the only person using armbands to be portable?
post #5205 of 17402
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More curious than anything but I see my ONE armband-based portable setup (pics a page or three earlier) and that's it. And a lot of bricks. Some more transportable than portable.

Am I the only person using armbands to be portable?


I have ONLY portable rigs (Tera and AK120) without amps, but I do not find armbands really convenient.

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