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009 hands down
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Newly updated portable rig with a silver LOD and Fiio E07k smily_headphones1.gif
Warning: Spoiler! what is the little thing on the side? (Click to show)


what is that little doohickie on the side of your stack?

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I think it's an impedance adapter similar to the one that came with my ultimate ears years ago.
Yup, it's one of those. It evens out the frequency response on the UE900s just a bit in the treble.
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Please guess who is the winner ?

 

 

:popcorn:

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I've officially seen it all.

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:popcorn:

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UE impedance adapter.(airline adapter)

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Here's my latest rig, great for Hip Hop and EDM, may be a bit bass heavy for other genres.

 

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Please guess who is the winner ?


 

 

Easy.  You are. 

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I think they're good, yeah, especially the low end, I feel they're very much atmosphere, vibe, timbre, (Sony house sound at it's best) orientated over absolute detail. I think if you're going to put them on and crank it up thinking hell yeah SONY EX1000 you might be slightly disappointed however, if you take them in as an audiophile they're rather special. Treble can spike a little or sounds a little tinny or offensive with certain tracks. Compared to my RDB v1 they're a little congested and don't layer as well or emit the same detail levels in the mid range. I give stage width to the RDB too.


But yeah, not to shabby at all.


 

Yeah, that's what I thought as well. I liked the RDB better also.
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Easy.  You are. 

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I've officially seen it all.

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009 hands down

Thank you all for the pop corn biggrin.gif

My opinion are withdraw , please read here

http://www.head-fi.org/t/688277/please-share-your-best-sq-dap-or-dac-amp-combo-for-i-device-and-android-as-source-for-desktop-set-up
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@Skalkman

 

Head-Fi Mates 

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toying around...i love either one...they are sweet...

Items used: 

Ipod classic 160gb-wav files / Alo cable Ref-8 / Senn HD800 / Fitear Parterre / Alo Contivental V3 / Alo MK3Bplus / CLASdb / m2m Alo SXC24 / b2b single-core 4 braided cable

 

 

 

 

* with the mk3b-plus i noticed slight improvements over my previous MK3:

- the knobs on mk3plus is now a lot smoother when i turn it

- i find no static noise at all - they are clean !

- not sure with other unit, but mine seems significantly less hissing than my previous MK3. Pairing this with Parterre, the hiss is VERY soft (at medium gain - i noticed the hiss is softer than my Theorem). Alo has done a wonderful job on this...not to mention the longer batt life. I like it !!

- i don't get a chance to ab-ing them with MK3 for the SQ, so can not comment..


Edited by muzic4life - 11/1/13 at 12:58am
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They serve my Senns very well....love it..!

 

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^ beautiful!

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