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Originally Posted by TekeRugburn View Post
 

 

if you're going to pair the dx50 with the e12, might as well get the x3 and use no amp.  Unless you really need the extra power of the e12 for some headphones.

I don't need the extra power, I need a more resolving sound. The HO and LO of the DX50 sound very different. 

 

For instance, the LO is basically on par with the LO of the audinst hud-mx1. It sounds different, but regarding sound resolution, they are pretty even. But the HO of the hud-mx1 sounds quite a bit better, atleast with my custom ears BA4f. I do find that I lack some clarity and attack/speed on the HO of the DX50. 

 

So it's purely about the quality of the signal, not the strength of it.

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Originally Posted by Vidmaven View Post


I use my E12 with the DX50 and the X3 when I want some extra oomph.

Do you feel like you get extra clarity with the E12? :0

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and sorry to be so lazy but can the DX50 charge via USB? 

Or does it need it's own special charger?

 

thanks

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Originally Posted by KT66 View Post

and sorry to be so lazy but can the DX50 charge via USB? 
Or does it need it's own special charger?

thanks

It uses micro USB
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Originally Posted by KT66 View Post

and sorry to be so lazy but can the DX50 charge via USB? 
Or does it need it's own special charger?

thanks

yup, it can charge via a USB port. or just use an A/C to USB adapter with 1mAh output and you're all good.
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Originally Posted by Marleybob217 View Post

Do you feel like you get extra clarity with the E12? :0
No if anything the E12 warms up the DX50 signal a little, which can be a plus or a minus depending on your preference. I really just use the E12 when I'm listening with my harder to drive HPs.
post #7387 of 13877

I would love to see how people are using their Fiio E17s in a portable rig!

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Originally Posted by DarkWinter View Post
 

I would love to see how people are using their Fiio E17s in a portable rig!

 

www.google.com/search?q=site:head-fi.org+e17+portable+rig&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=8pFcUp_NOcSzkAfr44CwDQ&ved=0CAkQ_AUoAQ&biw=1492&bih=1181&dpr=1

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me too,I just bought a pair of GR07 mkii, so they might make an appearance soon.thank you

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Edited by jingairen - 10/14/13 at 8:20pm
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Hm602 with the Rhapsodio R1-L
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My smartphone set up :

Source : Samsung Galaxy Nots 3
Iem : Shure SE 215 LE
Music : Jet Audio Plus
Neutron




Edited by rudi0504 - 10/14/13 at 8:40pm
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Rudi: Any luck with 24/96 files? How's the sound compared to the iPhone 4?

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Frequently use this rig to get use to and for brain burn-in too ;)

 

 

 

My recent favorite setup, and i think they are a very good pairing ! (-- good synergy if i may say)

 

 

 

 

Ak120 seems to work well with KOJO amp, the sound is very likeable, though i still prefer ak120 as a solo driver.

 

 

always enjoy your music ... Cheers !

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^^^ congrats for your new Earsonic SEM 6 iem

What is your favourite universal iem now ?
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My DX 50 full set up :

Source : IBasso DX 50 as transport
Dac : IBasso Dab 2 full mod diy
Amp : RSA the Intruder
Iem : Earsonic S EM 64
Ext charger : Vivan 12000 mAH
Cable : Venture Cradt coax cable
Diy soils silver cable hiroshe to RSA balance

SQ : the best dx 50 set up I have tried

High : more extended and refine , more pronounce
Mid : sweet and better clarity and analog
Bass : better bass body and impact , fast speed Bass
Separation : better separation than my another set up with DX 50
Soundstage : wider and more depth

My IMO



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