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Edited by H20Fidelity - 10/3/13 at 6:49pm
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The screen of whatever this is, reminds me a lot of the screen of the first Gameboy :D

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This should help convince you...

 

44.1/16 and 96/24 WAVs on multiple 64GB MicroSD > Sony PCM-M10 Line Out > 24VDC-powered TBI Audio Millenia MG3 (5.1 Watts into 50-Ohm) > TBI Impedance Match > Audeze LCD-2 rev.1

I love it when other people are sporting gear that makes me look almost sane in comparison! :D

 

 

 

Ibasso DX50 -> Heir Audio Rendition 1 -> Heir Audio 8.A.

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The screen of whatever this is, reminds me a lot of the screen of the first Gameboy :D

 

It very much feels like a Gameboy to control. Two hands using both thumbs. (true)

I think the most humourous name it's adapted so far is...... "the yellow submarine" 

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Originally Posted by zilch0md View Post
 

 

This should help convince you...

 

 

 

44.1/16 and 96/24 WAVs on multiple 64GB MicroSD > Sony PCM-M10 Line Out > 24VDC-powered TBI Audio Millenia MG3 (5.1 Watts into 50-Ohm) > TBI Impedance Match > Audeze LCD-2 rev.1

 

 

 

1)  Open the case

2)  Connect headphone cable to the LCD-2's mini-XLRs

3)  Connect the 24VDC LiPo battery and attach alarm/monitor

4)  Connect interconnect cable to Sony PCM-M10

5)  Turn on the TBI Audio Millenia MG3 and listen to music!  

 

 

HPRC 2400F case, with Touch shown for scale.

 

Mike

I guess you use that for long trips and air travel, but to get that through the security checks would be a pain in the ass. I can see from here the a "random search". And to metion how all the other passengers would stare me down like if was building a setup to blow the whole plane. Nice rig tho. :atsmile: 


Edited by n0str3ss - 10/4/13 at 7:18am
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Just put explosive sticker LOL...
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Originally Posted by zilch0md View Post
 

 

This should help convince you...

 

 

 

44.1/16 and 96/24 WAVs on multiple 64GB MicroSD > Sony PCM-M10 Line Out > 24VDC-powered TBI Audio Millenia MG3 (5.1 Watts into 50-Ohm) > TBI Impedance Match > Audeze LCD-2 rev.1

 

 

 

1)  Open the case

2)  Connect headphone cable to the LCD-2's mini-XLRs

3)  Connect the 24VDC LiPo battery and attach alarm/monitor

4)  Connect interconnect cable to Sony PCM-M10

5)  Turn on the TBI Audio Millenia MG3 and listen to music!  

 

 

HPRC 2400F case, with Touch shown for scale.

 

Mike

 

Great setup!

Ever taken it onto a plane? 

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I have an epiphany that my setups already fulfill my portable needs.. I suddenly feel really content and the urge for purchases suddenly disappeared (maybe take a break from head-fi also)...

 

Ultra Portable setup

Source: Mod X3 with balance phone out

IEM: ASG-2

 

Upgrade Path: X5 in 2014

 

The form factor and build of the X3 are designed to be ultra portable, I can put it in my jeans back pocket.. The X3 feels really sturdy... The warm and bassy sounds with this setup blocks out the outside noise very well... I am also using comply tips which enhance the sound isolation (could be at the expense of some treble loss...).. Most frequently used setup

 

 

Portable setup

Source:HM901 with balance card

IEM: TG334 with trrs jack

 

Upgrade Path: 1p2

 

This is quite bulky and thus not best for walking around usage .... but the sound comes out of this is just so amazing ... TG334 grew on me as a very good all rounder...Perfect for a quiet lunch at the garden or outdoor cafe

 

 

Transportable setup

Source: DX50 Coaxial to a balanced DB2/PB2

IEM: Heir 5.0,Parterre

Phones: HD650

 

Upgrade Path: PB3/DB3 in 2014

 

Have not really taken this out of my house... mainly use it as a bedside rig and it makes all my earphones sound good with huge sound stage...

 

 

 

All the above DAP have bad UI but they make me really happy :D

 

Now, it is time to go back to enjoy music instead of worrying about what to buy next...

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Wow really nice rig Mike!smily_headphones1.gif

but if im with airport security. i would have something to worry about.  how do u even get that past the airport? have u tried? lol. red & black wires + alarm monitors. heck without the lcd2 i would have thought the rest of the setup is gonna do some damage if it goes off.lol.

:-)

I have not yet tried to fly with this "travel rig", but I've previously had no problems getting through security with its pedecessor (using a 15V-powered Meier Stepdance or a 16V-powered iBasso PB2):



My greatest concern is the size of that $99 LiPo battery - they might confiscate it, but I will argue that the case is waterproof and thus air-tight, so the risk of fire is minimal. We will see. I should call the TSA first...

Meanwhile its great for hanging out in my backyard hammock or in the park, car camping, long road trips, etc. I also use it at the office.

:-)

Mike
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:-)

I have not yet tried to fly with this "travel rig", but I've previously had no problems getting through security with its pedecessor (using a 15V-powered Meier Stepdance or a 16V-powered iBasso PB2):



My greatest concern is the size of that $99 LiPo battery - they might confiscate it, but I will argue that the case is waterproof and thus air-tight, so the risk of fire is minimal. We will see. I should call the TSA first...

Meanwhile its great for hanging out in my backyard hammock or in the park, car camping, long road trips, etc. I also use it at the office.

:-)

Mike

I was joking but that rig is really nice for the uses you mention, right the size I would build mine if I had money hanging around.

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Which of my ASG-2 looks better?

Black Chrome:


Brushed Nickel:
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Haha!   :D

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Which of my ASG-2 looks better?

Black Chrome:


Brushed Nickel:
Waiiiiit...how come you have two pairs ?!
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My thoughts exactly ^^
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