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Project Palaios: Iona.

 

Just wrote up a review and some impressions:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/products/project-palaios-iona/reviews/9952

 

 

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Just for fun, did not use it a long time.

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Nice. Thanks!
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iem is shure se846
Cable is silver from Headphone lounge
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enjoy these rigs for today...love it !

 

AK120 / Continetal V3 / Beyer DT1350

IPC / Theorem / Glacier / HD800 with Alo Ref-8 cable

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* i have some amps..but seems the continental v3 is my best pick to be paired with AK120 - the MIDS remain clearer compared to my other amps.

* I really like Alo Ref-8 cable..i think is a very good cable for HD800. Using Theorem's line-out as DAC is another plus for this set combo. Theorem's line-out DAC add warmth and body to the whole sound, so this combo together with Glacier...is absolutely wonderful !

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enjoy these rigs for today...love it !

 

AK120 / Continetal V3 / Beyer DT1350

IPC / Theorem / Glacier / HD800 with Alo Ref-8 cable

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* i have some amps..but seems the continental v3 is my best pick to be paired with AK120 - the MIDS remain clearer compared to my other amps.

* I really like Alo Ref-8 cable..i think is a very good cable for HD800. Using Theorem's line-out as DAC is another plus for this set combo. Theorem's line-out DAC add warmth and body to the whole sound, so this combo together with Glacier...is absolutely wonderful !


have you tried any other cables on the hd800 besides the alo?

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Unfortunately, the Theorem do a slight hiss with Parterre...very soft one ( i am fine with it)...otherwise, this could be my end journey for IEM setup..and it is still my best IEM setup at this moment..

 

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have you tried any other cables on the hd800 besides the alo?

This is the first cable replacement for my HD800, angelo898. My Silver Dragon by Moon Audio will be arriving sometimes soon. But not sure if it can take away my liking on this ref-8 cable. Love this cable so much. It does tame the treble of my HD800, adding a bit impact at the lows, warmer compared to stock cable, but still able to maintain its perfect neutrality. I think is very good.

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Unfortunately, the Theorem do a slight hiss with Parterre...very soft one ( i am fine with it)...otherwise, this could be my end journey for IEM setup..and it is still my best IEM setup at this moment..

 


end journey, LIES! 

 

regarding the HD800, hoping to know more on what you think about the moon audio cables

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end journey, LIES! 

regarding the HD800, hoping to know more on what you think about the moon audio cables

Hahaha..i am ready to welcome the Roxanne !
I will let u know about silver dragon v3 once i received it Angelo.
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IEMs!

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215? I'm guessing from the single driver.

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215? I'm guessing from the single driver.
Mhmm. I'm borrowing it at the moment. They don't sound too bad for $85 USD, but they lack clarity overall. They're a good mobile earphone for on-the-go listening though.
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Mhmm. I'm borrowing it at the moment. They don't sound too bad for $85 USD, but they lack clarity overall. They're a good mobile earphone for on-the-go listening though.

They were my first audiophile iem. I personally like them a lot. Shure's house sig for $85 isn't bad at all.

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