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Also nexus 7, sennheiser hd558's and jabra soulmate..

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That 5.5g Wolfson DAC is amazing.  Love the red wheel, solid.beerchug.gif

 

You know the sound flavor from this particular combo of my gears never eases to amaze me as I listen to my music everyday. I have tried all the possible combos given the gears in my possession and this one is just different and stands out clearly. When the music doesn't sound as good as I want, I know the problem is with the recording. The diy thingy is fun and I am just getting into it. The K film caps are great as they sound even better with time.

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Some Westone 4's I have on loan atm. (should have my 4R this week)

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Some Westone 4's I have on loan atm. (should have my 4R this week)

How much better are the 4's compared with the UM3X?

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Can you tell us what are the components >> connected to >> what?

 

Where did you get that 3.5mm male to male cable?

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Some Westone 4's I have on loan atm. (should have my 4R this week)


Hey, those look familiar, lmao. You're really enjoying those things that much aren't you?

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How much better are the 4's compared with the UM3X?

I haven't heard the UM3X, unfortunately.
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Hey, those look familiar, lmao. You're really enjoying those things that much aren't you?

Haha, yes, I enjoy them, I don't think they're perfect, (what is?) and probably a little expensive at their full retail price. I've heard other earphones with higher detailing and separation, air, speed. I've written a few things here why they have won me over though. Not to say W4 are bad at any of these above mentioned areas, they kind of meet in the middle with a dose of everything. I think in one sentence: I would say W4 allow me to stop critically analyzing music and listen to albums instead without losing any technical area in specific

http://www.head-fi.org/t/527694/westone-4-appreciation-thread-and-reviews-a-k-a-westone-4/4275#post_9639190
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I haven't heard the UM3X, unfortunately.
Haha, yes, I enjoy them, I don't think they're perfect, (what is?) and probably a little expensive at their full retail price. I've heard other earphones with higher detailing and separation, air, speed. I've written a few things here why they have won me over though. Not to say W4 are bad at any of these above mentioned areas, they kind of meet in the middle with a dose of everything. I think in one sentence: I would say W4 allow me to stop critically analyzing music and listen to albums instead without losing any technical area in specific

http://www.head-fi.org/t/527694/westone-4-appreciation-thread-and-reviews-a-k-a-westone-4/4275#post_9639190

Congrats on your purchase, I was thinking of checking out the Earports tips to see if they outdo the Star tips. You should look into it yourself although I thought the Shure tips were pretty good.

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How much better are the 4's compared with the UM3X?

They both are good. The um3x more on the mids (more forward and thicker) and bass (more quantity but still in control). The w4(r) is more balance across spectrum. More neutral. And has more treble to um3x so thats why for the clarity goes to w4r. I would not say either of those is a bright iem. But w4 is brighter than um3x. Music separation and detailing also good on both iems. If u prefer a darker soundsig...um3x should be fit better.
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Can you tell us what are the components >> connected to >> what?

 

Where did you get that 3.5mm male to male cable?


iPod7th Gen + ibasso cb06 IC + ALO Rxmk3-b

AK100 + Magnus1 IC + PicoPower


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Sansa Fuze (8+16GB) - Fiio L6 - JDS Labs C5 - T-PEOS H200

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Sansa Fuze (8+16GB) - Fiio L6 - JDS Labs C5 - T-PEOS H200


I like how each picture you took gives a completely different view of all angles of your rig... rolleyes.gif

 

On a serious note - I am waiting for my C5 to go w/ my h-200's as well. Can't wait!

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Portables

Source: ipodtouch 3rdgen 64gb, ipod classic 7thgen 160gb, AK100

DAC: ????

Amps: Heron, MambaD42, Zero, PicoPower, Rxmk3-b

IC: Magnus1 mini-mini , Van Den Hul LOD, Van Den Hul mini-mini, Kimber LOD, Kimber mini-mini, CB06, Nobelle mini-mini, Nobelle mini-RCA, Klutz mini-mini, Fiio L9, E1.5, Kimber mini-6.3, Silflex mini-mini optical. 

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You don't see many Mac Mini's around here. Nice to see someone switch it up. smily_headphones1.gif
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