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Its an RCA protective cover.

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Originally Posted by vincent215 View Post
 

What's the "V shape" thing that you have on the nob of every device, Rudi?

 

Those are coax caps.  Rudi will tell you they improve sound, but I have one on mine to keep dust out of the coax connector that I never use.  My ears are not as "tuned" as Rudi to hear a difference...

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Why would adding a cover on an RCA port magically cause the sound quality to increase...? If that were the case, would adding a 3.5 mm dust plug on my iPhone magically increase the sound quality if I'm using the line out dock option?
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Originally Posted by Cotnijoe View Post

How do u like your venturecraft gear and how do they compare to some of ur other idevice gear? Ive always loved their form factor but it always seems like people dont enjoy them as much

I like Venture Craft products fir idevice , IMO is one of the best products fir idevice on the market
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I like Venture Craft products fir idevice , IMO is one of the best products fir idevice on the market

 

ud prefer them over products from CLAS or hifi m8 and hp p1?

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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

Why would adding a cover on an RCA port magically cause the sound quality to increase...? If that were the case, would adding a 3.5 mm dust plug on my iPhone magically increase the sound quality if I'm using the line out dock option?

The dust cup for me , can make overall more body to the SQ
With iPhone I haven't try it
IMO

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Originally Posted by ButtUglyJeff View Post

Those are coax caps.  Rudi will tell you they improve sound, but I have one on mine to keep dust out of the coax connector that I never use.  My ears are not as "tuned" as Rudi to hear a difference...

Please try it again Jeff , I am sure you can hear the different biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by Paul Graham View Post

Its an RCA protective cover.

Thank you Jeff

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Originally Posted by vincent215 View Post

What's the "V shape" thing that you have on the nob of every device, Rudi?

It is Dust Cover for RCA connector
Edited by rudi0504 - 11/11/13 at 6:34pm
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Originally Posted by Cotnijoe View Post

ud prefer them over products from CLAS or hifi m8 and hp p1?

These all my i Device collection have their strong and weak point
If you like the clarity and smoothness than Venture craft or Hp P 1 and M8 are your choice
If you like more speed and power than cyberslab is your choice
All in all the synergy is very. Important
Nobody is perfect in audio world
IMO
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

I think for those who like the Audeze house sound and would like something more treble forward (from the LCD-3) would like the LCD-XC. It does sound somewhat closed compared to say the TH-900s, etc. but it does isolate more. This is a loaner from Audeze and I've had it for about a week and I'm beginning to enjoy it.

Thank you Sean
Because the LCD X has different SQ not like LCD 2 or 3 Sound character
If like TH 900 I will love LCD CX
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Edited by mpawluk91 - 11/11/13 at 7:16pm
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

These all my i Device collection have their strong and weak point
If you like the clarity and smoothness than Venture craft or Hp P 1 and M8 are your choice
If you like more speed and power than cyberslab is your choice
All in all the synergy is very. Important
Nobody is perfect in audio world
IMO
You're close enough if u ask me
post #8037 of 14375

Todays Rig....

 

Rockbox'd iPod V5.5g

Mundorf Gold LOD

Graham Slee Voyager

Sony MDR-SA5000

 

AppleMark

 

 

AppleMark

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Originally Posted by TekeRugburn View Post


Nice cable what gauge is that?
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Originally Posted by Paul Graham View Post

Todays Rig....

Rockbox'd iPod V5.5g
Mundorf Gold LOD
Graham Slee Voyager
Sony MDR-SA5000

How are you liking those SA-5000s? I heard they ate kinda bright?
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Originally Posted by J.Pocalypse View Post


How are you liking those SA-5000s? I heard they ate kinda bright?

 

Personally I adore them!

I've heard comments that there not the greatest pair of bass friendly cans, However, 

Ive been listening to this rig, EQ flat on the iPod and the Voyager's "contour" setting switched on ( For harder to drive cans ) 

And my 320kbps FLAC file of Sophie Sugar's "Symphony 11" performs perfectly!

They may be a touch bright for some but I can say I listened to two lively mixes, Each around an hour long with no fatigue or whatever.

A nice tight bass with a detailed top end.  

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