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iPod 160GB → iD-30PA → HiFi-M8 → K 550

 

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iPod 160GB → iD-30PA → HiFi-M8 → K 550



That's a very nice shot!
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iPod 160GB → iD-30PA → HiFi-M8 → K 550

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Nice shot indeed. :beerchug:

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Nice shot indeed. :beerchug:

 

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That's a very nice shot!

 

Thank you.

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Originally Posted by cogsand gears View Post
 

 

Not an amp. Its one of these.

 

this an electronic cigarette (also know as PV - Personal Vaporizer)^^ runs on 2pcs 3.7v battery with a variable wattage/voltage feature


Edited by cub0ne - 11/14/13 at 7:21pm
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this an electronic cigarette (also know as PV - Personal Vaporizer)^^ runs on 2pcs 3.7v battery with a variable wattage/voltage feature

Needs recabled and recapped with blackgates. Then post pics.
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Needs recabled and recapped with blackgates. Then post pics.

Im on it.

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I want Sharing My After market cable For LCD 3 or Other headphone

Source : iPhone 4s mod
Dac / Amp : HI Fi M8 For i device With RSA balance version
Headphone : LCD 3
Cable : Lod to USB diy
Stefan AudioArt Endorphin cable With 6,3 mm Woody Connector
Modification : original Stock 6,3 mm Woody Connector , i have mod to balance 4 Pin male
My diy friend made 3 adaptor :
Female Balance 4 Pin to mini 3,5 mm connector
Female Balance 4 Pin to 6,3 mm connector
Remale Balance 4 Pin to RSA balance connector

Please try it , you will hear better sound quality than direct 6,3 mm connector
IMO



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wow, Rudi.. what cable you used for those adapters?

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nice pic!   M8 is really impressive  for a portable gear

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Originally Posted by CosmicHolyGhost View Post

wow, Rudi.. what cable you used for those adapters?

I don't know exactly my diy friend made 3 adapters for me
You have your diy friend , he can change the stock 6,3 mm to balance 4 Pin and please make adapter to 6,3 mm or 3,5 mm or RSA
Please share your impression here
SQ is Better , I don't know why , but the SQ different is noticeable
IMO
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Originally Posted by snapple10 View Post

nice pic!   M8 is really impressive  for a portable gear

Thank you
M8 is excellent for 2 in 1 dac / amp for I Device
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

M8 is excellent for 2 in 1 dac / amp for I Device

 

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nice pic!   M8 is really impressive  for a portable gear

 

It truly is.  It's the proverbial Swiss Army Knife of the portable audiophile world.

 

It has a few flaws, the low frequencies are a little dry and underwhelming.  It has a touch of grain and it could use some more decay as it can sound a tad sterile, but I am being HYPER-analytical here (which I feel obligated to do since it is a $700 portable device).  The charger is a little cumbersome and the battery like is OK, but I don't really travel much and I charge it daily so it's no big deal to me.

 

But it does have many great features.  The mids are very nice and slightly forward, instrument separation is very-very good.  The highs are light and airy and really make up for the lack of a significant low-end presence.  Then you have all of the sound customization and the ability to connect ANY set of headphones on the market to it.

 

I'm very-very pleased with this device.  It's a solid 9/10 for me.  If CEntrance would have tailored the sound to a slightly warmer signature with more decay I could excuse any other flaws and rank it a 10/10.


Edited by SoulSyde - 11/15/13 at 7:29am
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I like that I can plug in any of my phones , without adapter, and get lost in the music
Not having to sit to use these is a plus:)

Gave up learning terms to describe what I hear, sorry
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Originally Posted by snapple10 View Post

I like that I can plug in any of my phones , without adapter, and get lost in the music
Not having to sit to use these is a plus:)

Gave up learning terms to describe what I hear, sorry

Can you take the picture closer , maybe I will follow your way without adapter biggrin.gif
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