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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post


1Plus2 is better, higher end sound, stronger technically and the bass is unmatched (1Plus2 dynamics and bass impact are just to strong) however for a fraction of the price I think $400 for RDB+ v1 Mini is still a good 75-80% what 1Plus2 offers IMO. They certainly sound like they're similar gene pool or blood line. I could of purchased 1Plus2 unit but stayed with $400 hybrid for now, rather than outlay an extra $800 odd dollars on top for 1Plus2. I'll stay on this and meet a sane level of diminishing returns. tongue.gif


Very happy with the Mini, I wouldn't of bought it otherwise. My decision made after demoing both 1Plus2 and RDB+ v1 Mini for lengthy amounts of time.

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Originally Posted by lin0003 View Post

For the price it is pretty good, but the 1plus2 sounds much better. 

Thank you two of you
Look like 1+2 biggrin.gif
post #7457 of 14073
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

Congrats Jason for your new DX 50 beerchug.gif

Thanks Rudi,

Do you have the iBasso D12? Have you tried it with the DX50 and of so how does it sound?
post #7458 of 14073
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Originally Posted by gmahler2u View Post
 

has anyone used crystal piccolino cable for your portable gear?

any impression?

 

Thanks

I have a DIY crystal piccolino LOD betwixt a DIYmod + TTVJ slim. Very very good sounding cable. However, I would say its not a vast difference between that and the Toxic silver 'poison' one that I was using before. Slightly more bass and a very small amount more detail in the mids - to my ears.

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Originally Posted by cogsand gears View Post
 

I have a DIY crystal piccolino LOD betwixt a DIYmod + TTVJ slim. Very very good sounding cable. However, I would say its not a vast difference between that and the Toxic silver 'poison' one that I was using before. Slightly more bass and a very small amount more detail in the mids - to my ears.


Thank you

post #7460 of 14073
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Originally Posted by Jason36 View Post

My DX50 arrived this morning so thought I would bore (I mean share) some picture of my setup:







I'm loving the DX50

Sweet Jason and just what I was wanting to here, I'm hoping the 8c's and the DX50 are a match made in heaven and will be my 1st DSD rig. By the way gorgeous setup:tongue_smile: 

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loving the dx50! :etysmile:

 

you also can't go wrong with a zip :bigsmile_face:

 

hopefully these would be my last rigs..... :tongue_smile: 

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Originally Posted by karloil View Post

hopefully these would be my last rigs..... tongue_smile.gif  

That's what they said... rolleyes.gif
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how do you sorting music? 

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On what^

Edited by RUMAY408 - 10/17/13 at 7:52pm
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I got some music from hdtracks and it has some issue with sorting the music.

Do I change the name of the song?

post #7466 of 14073
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Originally Posted by gmahler2u View Post
 

I got some music from hdtracks and it has some issue with sorting the music.

Do I change the name of the song?

Are using iTunes? 

post #7467 of 14073
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Originally Posted by RUMAY408 View Post
 
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Originally Posted by gmahler2u View Post
 

I got some music from hdtracks and it has some issue with sorting the music.

Do I change the name of the song?

Are using iTunes? 

Don't forget Mp3tag for Windows, or Tag for OS X.

post #7468 of 14073
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post
 

Don't forget Mp3tag for Windows, or Tag for OS X.

For simplicity I use AIFF on iTunes. Transferring to a Rockboxed iPod I use ALAC for simplicity. 

The issue with HDTracks specifically, if you download in FLAC use the free software XLD and convert to AIFF or ALAC, iTunes can sort this, if the tag is not right go to preferences>get info>and manually change the info, FLAC likes to add numbered songs (well you have to get rid of those numbers) and then you can download artwork if it matches.

 

Otherwise I would recommend on HDTracks downloading with AIFF.

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Originally Posted by RUMAY408 View Post
 

For simplicity I use AIFF on iTunes. Transferring to a Rockboxed iPod I use ALAC for simplicity. 

The issue with HDTracks specifically, if you download in FLAC use the free software XLD and convert to AIFF or ALAC, iTunes can sort this, if the tag is not right go to preferences>get info>and manually change the info, FLAC likes to add numbered songs (well you have to get rid of those numbers) and then you can download artwork if it matches.

 

Otherwise I would recommend on HDTracks downloading with AIFF.

yeah, I think I should take that advise!  Thanks

post #7470 of 14073
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Originally Posted by Podster 
Also like your Avatar, I'm sitting here listening to Hesitation Marks right now, liking Trent's latest works:beerchug:

I really dig it too. I have the deluxe edition CD and the "audiophile edition" wav.

"I would for you" is my favorite song on the album.
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 
Amp : JL Audio BAB III - JE

Surely that isn't the same JL Audio that does car stuff.. ?
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