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"Value" is relative. Skill and knowledge in demand can charge what the market will bear. How much does an emergency plumber cost to fix a burst pipe.

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Wee. Portable comparison rig?


The differences between the O2 and C5 are pretty subtle, but the O2 sounds a little more spacious and has a deeper-hitting bass, both with the V-MODA and the Mad Dog.

*with approximate volume-matching
Edited by miceblue - 10/1/13 at 1:00pm
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I find that with closed cans the portable JDSLabs sound is a little clostrophobic.  I do prefer a wider soundstage.

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I'm not saying that RWA is bad. They get my applause for discovering this mod. But $250 just seems like bit much. If it was something like $150, I would happy do it. $250 seems to be pushing the limits a bit.

 

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"Value" is relative. Skill and knowledge in demand can charge what the market will bear. How much does an emergency plumber cost to fix a burst pipe.

 

If the mod takes a couple of hrs and given that RWA assume the risk of bricking the unit, $250 is not unreasonable. It's not like making a LOD cable charging your $250. The risk from opening/modding the dap is relatively high. Also good modding skills deserve a premium.

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I guess that the and warranty is very good from RWA. But there are other modders in other countries that does the mod for less and does warranty as well.

 

But I do agree that it is a better deal than making a LOD cable for $250.

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well I was actually referring to this:

 

 

oh...

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Nice choice of IEMs ;)

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Jajajaja, I thought the same. Poor Visa card it´s still suffering while I´m rocking gs1000.gif  

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Mine really should say "Account suspended until October 2023 while VISA card is recovering"

HAHAHHAHAHA!!!! I don't even have my wallet now tongue.gif
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Hifiman 901 balanced card > Vision Ears Stage 4 iems demo version

 

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Nice rig Bryan:)
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I like the Vsonic GR07 but I don´t find them good looking. Your Foto make them look fantastic, well done

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I like the Vsonic GR07 but I don´t find them good looking. Your Foto make them look fantastic, well done

Same exact opinion, sure they are comfy and unique but they are not eye candy to me.

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