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TTVJ Slim still sounding so good...

 

 

Still loving my TTVJ slim after 2 and a bit years of faithful service. It cured my constant search for a portable amp.

I feel the same way about my Fostex HP-P1....Nice to find the gear that works best for you.

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Still loving my TTVJ slim after 2 and a bit years of faithful service. It cured my constant search for a portable amp.

 

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TTVJ Slim still sounding so good...

 

Has one of you by any chance, heard the O2 amp? If so, how do you think the TTVJ performs against the O2. 

If you haven't heard the O2, but you have heard the C5, do you think it outperforms the C5 by much?

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iPod Classic 160GB  VentureCraft GoDAP DD Socket 1 (MUSES01) JDS Labs C421 Westone 4R

 

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I just finished putting this together. iPod Classic (X3 should be here tomorrow) - ALO International - Cypherlabs Solo -db - Westone UM30 Pro w/ ADL cable. I'm loving this setup. I'm also going to switch to a balanced cable to connect the International and Solo...


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Office Time = Transportable Setup (DX50 + DooBooLoo PBA + Cardas EM5813 & HD25-1 II (at the same time :) :etysmile:))

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Originally Posted by Marleybob217 View Post
 

 

 

Has one of you by any chance, heard the O2 amp? If so, how do you think the TTVJ performs against the O2. 

If you haven't heard the O2, but you have heard the C5, do you think it outperforms the C5 by much?

 

The TTVJ has obvious advantages in terms of size and aesthetics. Sound wise it is also very special. It has this thick and warm midrange that is 'tubey' like a lot of people explained, yet still remains an expansive soundstage and a very airy top-end.

 

Very nice ;) An amp that you know you would keep it after listening to it (if it appeals to you)

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I want sharing my portable set up with Abyss 1266 like follow :

SQ is very good to excellent and have Power to drive Abyss are
Pico Power
RSA the Intruder
Alo RX 3 B







SQ is excellent and high end , Power is enough to drive Abyss are :
Wagnus Epsilon S , has slightly more of power than Ko Bo to drive Abyss in high end SQ
Mass Ko Bo 385 has more power than Ko Jo KM - 01
Ko Jo KM - 01 just enough power for night listening with quiet environment





Dacs pair very good with Abyss are :

Venture Craft Go Dap DD1 LE 12 Volt with muse 02
Cyberlabs Class DB 2.00 Vrms
Cyberlabs Class Solo Old version

Dac / Amp pair very good with Abyss are :

Cyberlabs Theorem 720 SQ to warm sounding Abyss







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I want sharing my portable set up with Abyss 1266 like follow :

 

 

This is the first time the Abyss 1266 has been considered part of a "portable set up"........

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Edited by rudi0504 - Today at 12:13 am
 

I feel to ashamed to post in this thread ever again.


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I feel to ashamed to post in this thread ever again.

 

Nonsense.  Enjoy what you have. :)

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Exactly - I would call Rudi's gears as an example...or SAMPLE...of what's out there. He is a pioneer as far as I am concerned, blazing trails for us to ponder over and enjoy.

 

And yes if we are brave enough we can join him...

 

I for one appreciate the photography and the commentary.

 

For example - my latest little gadget was bought "on the cheap"...

 

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And yes if we are brave enough we can join him...
 

 

Suspect money and space is the issue rather than ambition :smile:

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Rudi,

 

Do you have any desktop amps?  Or is it all portables?

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like the different set-ups and really enjoying the pics. keep them coming :)

 

 

not really portable but transportable around the house. trying to get more use out of the 800s

 

like how I can connect most of my phones to the M8 

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Is it strange that I envy the USB cable the most in that photo?  I have a VentureCraft GoDAP but I can't bring myself to spend almost $200 on 4" of cable. 

Kudos to you sir. :beerchug: 

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