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Great photos Bill, nice gears too:)

 

Thanks! Still nothing compares to yours! xD 

 

*Mine seems to have some grainy details to it any reason why? 


Its called "noise" Bill - maybe you set the ISO too high... You can shoot me a PM about photography... Let's leave this thread for audio biggrin.gif
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Hope Ibasso will fix it soon.

Same here...

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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Sorry for the crap photo, but here is the DX50 and Astrotec AX-60. 



How do they sound Lin? I've not heard of the AX-60 before.

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Here is my current set up for now. I have a DX100 coming in the mail. This was just to hold me by until I could get enough money for a better dap. I will also upgrade to the Alpha Dogs when it is available.

 

 

 

Great shot and great setup ;-)

 

I am a big fan of the MD's and the E12. 

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Thanks. I really like especially for the sound quality I can get on the go, and considering that I spent less than $500 on the entire set up. The only thing that bugs me about the e12 is its instrument separation. While better than the previous Fiios its still quite lacking and when you have multiple instruments and people singing at one time the sound becomes cluttered. 

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Here is my current set up for now. I have a DX100 coming in the mail. This was just to hold me by until I could get enough money for a better dap. I will also upgrade to the Alpha Dogs when it is available.




What dap are you saving for?
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What dap are you saving for?

 

I bought the DX100 on saturday. I needed this ipod rig as a cheap solution until I sold a ton of crap on ebay from 2 other hobbies. I was also looking at the C4 but those are harder to find and I really did not like the supported formats. 

 

Otherwise its a great way to transport and listen to the mad dogs anywhere. I personally use it on the days of school where I have 3 hours of work time and need a lot of isolation from ambient noises.

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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

Tokyo/Japan Head-Fi had a mini-mini portable meet today of 6 ppl. I don't have pix of all the gear but this was one of the setups I brought along (the tubes themselves belong to MTTheFirst - doing a little tube rolling on my TUR-06) :-



Very nice Rigs and Picture Sean
How is the SQ from this set up HM 901 + Tu - 06 ?
I think this SQ is better than with AK 120 in your previous picture ?
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Today's rig


Good synergy

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Rebkos nice pics and love that clear cover. What caps did you put there?

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Rebkos nice pics and love that clear cover. What caps did you put there?

 

Some ELNA ones. The picture is from my friends ipod, but we used same capacitors.

 

 

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Nice one! I like clear electronic cases. It's too bad there aren't too many clear amps like this awesome-looking Crystal CMoy.

http://runawaybrainz.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/audio-crystal-cmoy-freeform-headphone.html

 

 

Yes I had to make the photo larger to show its epicness. XD

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I too love clear cases. And this amp is gorgeous :)

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Indeed crazy looking amp. Just lovely
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