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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post

Tralucent 1Plus2 and Studio V 3rd ANV.



Hi sound Studio V 3 rd anv edition is never get bore DAP for ever
Sometimes I miss that too biggrin.gif
post #7187 of 14364
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Originally Posted by Bootsy1 View Post

Source : iPhone 5
Dac : Venture Craft Go Dap DD1 LE 12 Volt OPA SM 627
Amp : Vorzuge Duo
Cable : Wagnus mini to mini




 

I think you're missing a big part of the rig....headphones lol.  Must be one hell of a rig if it sounds good without any headphones.


Edited by TekeRugburn - 10/7/13 at 9:00am
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Wow nice rig H2O.

What are these?
The combo looks stunning!
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

 
post #7189 of 14364
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Originally Posted by Bootsy1 View Post

 

Cheers!  I love my Go-DAP too.

 

Nice rig you got there.

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goliath with 7 dwarfs biggrin.gif

Source : IPhone 4 S
Dac / Amp : Cyberlabs Theorem 720. DAC
Custom iems :
On the left side :
JH 16 pro old version
Fit Ear MH 335 DW
UM Miracle

Universal iems :
In the middle :
Tralucent Audio 1+2 with UBER cable

On the right side :
UM 3 DD
Earsonic SM 64 v1
Phonak 232

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Originally Posted by Bootsy1 View Post

Source : iPhone 5
Dac : Venture Craft Go Dap DD1 LE 12 Volt OPA SM 627
Amp : Vorzuge Duo
Cable : Wagnus mini to mini




 

Solid rig

:p

 

 

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Question:

 

Are dedicated players (Rocoo, iBasso, etc) better than standard iPhone/Android + amp configurations? The majority of the players have horrendous reviews.

 

Do those massive "portable" stacks give you better sound than a single higher end dedicated unit? I'd be annoyed if I had to plug in 2-3 devices even while sitting with my laptop, never mind walking around with that.

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Originally Posted by Xinze View Post

Question:

Are dedicated players (Rocoo, iBasso, etc) better than standard iPhone/Android + amp configurations? The majority of the players have horrendous reviews.

Do those massive "portable" stacks give you better sound than a single higher end dedicated unit? I'd be annoyed if I had to plug in 2-3 devices even while sitting with my laptop, never mind walking around with that.
I think that a dedicated player would be better.
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 

 

Awesome Photo (Click to show)

 

Wow, that is one beautiful photo, and some nice shiny gear. Nice job!

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iPhone + HRT microStreamer, with M100/XL pads.  The Pebble controls playback wirelessly.

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Originally Posted by lescanadiens View Post

Wow nice rig H2O.

What are these?
The combo looks stunning!


The H-200 IEMS are 3 way hybrids made by a company called T-Peos. The upgrade cable is aftermarket.

The player is Xuelin IHIFI-760 with C&C BH amp strapped undeath.. 

 

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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post
 

Wow, that is one beautiful photo, and some nice shiny gear. Nice job!

 

:beerchug: 


Edited by H20Fidelity - 10/7/13 at 4:31pm
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Source : iPhone 5 / Tera Player
Dac : Venture Craft Go Dap DD1 LE 12 Volt Opa627SM
Amp : Alo Audio Mk3-B / Vorzüge Duo
IEM : Tralucent 1 plus 2 gold silver cable(old type)
Cable : Wagnus mini to mini




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Thanks H20!

Stunning combo!

 

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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 


The H-200 IEMS are 3 way hybrids made by a company called T-Peos. The upgrade cable is aftermarket.

The player is Xuelin IHIFI-760 with C&C BH amp strapped undeath.. 

 

 

:beerchug: 

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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

 

I like your pictures
Your pictures are works of art
No need to hear already sound good beerchug.gif
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