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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

[quote name="RAFA" url="/t/633511/pictures-of-your-portable-rig-part-xvi/6780#post_9818136"]@rudi: as always your rig does impress. I would like to ask you two questions. Do you by chance have a DX50 and what do the 3DD sound like with it?The second question is related to my small ears. I would very much like to buy a universal 3DD, but I am not sure about it will fit in my ears.Thank you in advance. :)[/quote]Thank you RAFAI haven't heard DX 50 yet I think for small ear canal is a problem , because the shell is quiet big come out from your ears.It is better you do custom 3 DD about 100 Usd more

Rudi, how would you compare the 3DD to other multi-armature cIEM you have?
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Originally Posted by kimvictor View Post
 

 

I mean in theory, anything can drive them. Something that claims to driver 8-150ohm driver 300ohm at times. I'm asking in real life, can you drive something like HD800 to full potential with DX50.

 

Well if full potential maybe No.

 

But in my country there is a HD800 owner driving HD800 from a Blackberry, he said the sound is quite good, LOL, (basically back to personal taste). Hahah, its so funny if I remember this.


Edited by audiofreakie - 9/19/13 at 9:16pm
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

Thank you RAFA

I haven't heard DX 50 yet

I think for small ear canal is a problem , because the shell is quiet big come out from your ears.

It is better you do custom 3 DD about 100 Usd more

Thank you. I will consider it.
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My transportable set up with Ko Jo KM - 01

Source : IBasso HDP R10 japan version
Dac : iBasso DB2 mod
Amp : Ko Jo KM - 01
Headphone : Sennheiser HD 580 first batch 1996
Unique Melody UM 3 DD
Cable : DIY balance Hiroshr to mini
Venture Craft coax cable

Ko Jo tdruve HD 580 SQ is very good
Power wise like I have already mentioned not e nought to drive high impedance headphone




Kio Jo drive UM 3 DD. SQ is excellent , with these set up even better
Has e plenty of power



My IMO
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Originally Posted by knights View Post

Rudi, how would you compare the 3DD to other multi-armature cIEM you have?

Hi knights

If you love airy , detail , very clear mid , very good bass impact and very deep , wide soundstage and depth , than um 3 DD is the right choice

My personal impression :
Um 3 DD is better than
my um miracle in term of clarity and bass detail and separation
My shure SE 530 in term clarity and bass detail
My westone UM 3 X in term of clarity and bass detail
My Ex 1000 in term of clarity , detail and bass clarity not so boomy

This is my favourite universal iem

Note :
Fitting is not good for small ear canal
The cable connector sometimes loose and the earpiece drop
The rest is excellent build quality and SQ


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Originally Posted by RAFA View Post

Thank you. I will consider it.

You are welcome
Edited by rudi0504 - 9/20/13 at 12:36am
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Originally Posted by morinru View Post

stuck in a web conf call. waiting for it to end so can get back to the music.

Nice rig !!
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

My transportable set up with Ko Jo KM - 01

Source : IBasso HDP R10 japan version
Dac : iBasso DB2 mod
Amp : Ko Jo KM - 01
Headphone : Sennheiser HD 580 first batch 1996
Unique Melody UM 3 DD
Cable : DIY balance Hiroshr to mini
Venture Craft coax cable

Ko Jo tdruve HD 580 SQ is very good
Power wise like I have already mentioned not e nought to drive high impedance headphone




Kio Jo drive UM 3 DD. SQ is excellent , with these set up even better
Has e plenty of power



My IMO

Nice to see some 580 love. I also have the original 580s. They were my first step into the world of headphone HiFi.

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hey rudi

 

did you order your Kojo from Japan?  I looked at there website, mostly japanese and ordering from their ws is impossbile.

LOL it's my destiny not having one.

 

:biggrin:

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Originally Posted by Vidmaven View Post

Nice to see some 580 love. I also have the original 580s. They were my first step into the world of headphone HiFi.

We are in the same way , HD 580 is my second headphone after Koss in year 1976 biggrin.gif
post #6805 of 23630
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Originally Posted by gmahler2u View Post

hey rudi

did you order your Kojo from Japan?  I looked at there website, mostly japanese and ordering from their ws is impossbile.
LOL it's my destiny not having one.

biggrin.gif

No I bought from Jaben Jakarta , you can contact Jaben or price of japan to buy Ko Jo Amp
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Would glad to... Im sending some of these to Senn Philippines (fb-page)...

Now, hope Fang will notice this:)

This is my primary rig even though i have the 800... This combo can chew any genre i throw-in to, and yes this is also my on the go rig other than my iem and px100..9ehu2e4y.jpg

 

 

as always - awesome shoot

post #6807 of 23630
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


No I bought from Jaben Jakarta , you can contact Jaben or price of japan to buy Ko Jo Amp

OK...I went to Jaben website, they don't have Kojo.  I'll contact them.

 

Thanks:wink:

post #6808 of 23630
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Originally Posted by gmahler2u View Post

OK...I went to Jaben website, they don't have Kojo.  I'll contact them.

Thanks;)
Jaben HK has the Kojo on their website.
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Surprised that it's got enough juice to drive these unamped to a decent SQ
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how to repurpose an old pencil box.




instead of carrying the parts loose in a backpack pocket or individually wrapped in a sunglass pouch..

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