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S4 > usb otg cable > jds labs odac(the shorter version) > meier audio Quickstep > sony mdr ex1000

 

odac and quickstep are encased in a small cardboard box (some fancy tea bags)

 

just a fun little experiment:smile: 


Edited by wormsdriver - 11/5/13 at 11:57pm
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Whenever...and whatever songs...this combo is unforgettable...at least for me though...i like it all the time..no matter what.. :D

 

post #7908 of 11508

New headphone stand for my rig! :)

 


Edited by SkyBleu - 11/6/13 at 4:05am
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Brilliant idea, is it built with 2 flutes and a wood base?

post #7910 of 11508

me too,I just bought a pair of GR07 mkii, so they might make an appearance soon.thanks for your sharing

hDIQWz

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Brilliant idea, is it built with 2 flutes and a wood base?

You bet! biggrin.gif
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You bet! biggrin.gif

i see the holes..so the height is adjustable, right? nice idea :D

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Just curious. How are those headphones?

 

Bloody marvelous, puts my M100, Momentum, ES10jpn/11, L1 and K550 to shame in many ways. Take a look at Tylls review if you get a chance, my own review on all three models is going to appear on Headfonics soon.  

 

http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/akg-k267-tiesto-headphone-bass-adjustment-control-page-2

 

Look at that bass and midrange response.  Shocking.  The price tag dropped to $250ish now and then.  My review of the three Tiesto headphones will appear soon over at Headfonics.  I'm an actual DJ and will go deeper into why studio engineers and real DJs need this headphone. That midrange is nothing short of gorgeous.  

 


Edited by 24Bit - 11/6/13 at 5:36am
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i see the holes..so the height is adjustable, right? nice idea biggrin.gif

Yeah, the height was adjustable...until i glued it down for good, haha. I didnt feel the height adjustment option was necessary, considering the height is already at optimum levels. As seen below, its just around 7-8cm off the base. smily_headphones1.gif

post #7915 of 11508

the M8 has a very good clarity..and i think they are very good driving fitear...

 

M8 + Parterre

 

post #7916 of 11508

Wow! I need to move to Indonesia....

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No rubber
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No rubber

that's what she said. :p

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No rubber
How is the Dual lock? Isn't annoying when you bring it out?
post #7920 of 11508

Hifiman balanced card and loaner S-EM6. Very smooth sounding. Perfect for long listening.

 

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