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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post
 

 

Is that the ASP TU-05? If so I'm so jealous ;).

 

This is tur06, tu05 little brother.. :beerchug:

post #8192 of 15993
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Originally Posted by audiofreakie View Post

Is that a memorial statue to you former rig that passed away?
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post


Is that a memorial statue to you former rig that passed away?

LOL

post #8194 of 15993
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Originally Posted by xplosive View Post
 

 

 

oh man.. i fall in love.. again...

Looks beautiful portable set up

the Venture Craft Mini to Mini can make more excellent SQ for your set up , it is exactly like mine :D

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post #8196 of 15993
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Originally Posted by muzic4life View Post

@Rudi
To me kojo is a fine amp. But i found that best thing to pair with is direct to just an ipod alone. I tried many combination with ak120 / tera / including pairing it with an external dac like hpp1 / clasdb / theorem...but no luck of finding it matched well. Strange huh....but seems to me kojo + ipod via its dock..is better. Not sure about dx50 though. But small power of kojo is a thing that let me down..

Hi Yono

Ko Jo KM 01 pair with DX 50 has more tha enough power to drive from iems to Low Impedance Headphons

Very important you must use WAV File Music and use very good Mini to Mini like in my Picture i use Tralucent UBER Cable

For DX 50 i use the line out and turn the volume to max and in low Gain for Iem

IMO


Edited by rudi0504 - 11/19/13 at 9:13am
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post


^ that's the newer model: CX-300 MKII. tongue.gif

Ah, could be the case/cause for the outrageous price. What I've read is the new CX-200 was the replacement for the original however I've also read the 300 was like the old 400! Several have said the new 300 is more open and crisp with better cabling. I do however understand when someone just prefers a certain IEM though;) Just observing as I've never owned Senn IEM's but lots of on/overs:happy_face1:

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iPhone 5s + Dual Lock + m8 + 3003 = (trans)portable sonic nirvana.

 

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Where did you get that back plate? Looks great. So use to seeing the polished metal ones.
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Where did you get that back plate? Looks great. So use to seeing the polished metal ones.

That is a polished one. Just like the stock one. Found it on eBay.
post #8202 of 15993
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Originally Posted by xplosive View Post
 

 

This is tur06, tu05 little brother.. :beerchug:

Mine coming in January...still more waiting!  :beerchug:

post #8203 of 15993
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post


Is that a memorial statue to you former rig that passed away?

 hahahahahaha

post #8204 of 15993
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post
 

Looks beautiful portable set up

the Venture Craft Mini to Mini can make more excellent SQ for your set up , it is exactly like mine :D

 

Thank you Rudi. Yes it is the same venture craft mini to mini as yours.

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Originally Posted by gmahler2u View Post
 

Mine coming in January...still more waiting!  :beerchug:

Yes the hardest part in getting the asp amp is the waiting game, but imo it is totally worth it since Shikada san will custom hand made the amp to suit your need.

Paired with the new dsd support on the ak100 give whole new experience to me. It sounds very analog to my ears.. :beerchug:

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Originally Posted by xplosive View Post
 

 

 

oh man.. i fall in love.. again...

 

xplosive... nice pictures you have there...!

And obviously a nice set up as well... :L3000:

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