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Nice!
What did you use to take this pictures?
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Nice!
What did you use to take this pictures?

 

LUMIX G5 with Olympus 45mm f/1.8 lens. :D

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Always thought the T1 was a great looking headphone.

Yes they are. The build quality is great and feels robust in hand.

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Nice rigs you hae there, quite impressive

Thank you Don smily_headphones1.gif
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Nice photo.

Thank you SoulSyde 

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LUMIX G5 with Olympus 45mm f/1.8 lens. :D

 

BOKEH!!!! :D

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Now all I need is the Apple Camera Connection Kit...

Is that two c5d you have?
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Now all I need is the Apple Camera Connection Kit... Photo (Click to show)

Is that two c5d you have?

The bottom one is the C5 with black endplates, the one above it (under the iPhone) is the Objective DAC. I don't have the C5D as of right now, but I would like to compare its DAC to the ODAC some day.

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Hold up. You can use the ODAC with the iPhone 4??

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Hold up. You can use the ODAC with the iPhone 4??

I think that's why his looking forward to CCK wink.gif
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I think that's why his looking forward to CCK wink.gif
Sorry but it's not going to work, just checked, gives me the too much power bubble.
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Sorry but it's not going to work, just checked, gives me the too much power bubble.

Aaaannnnddddd there's the new C5D that will work with CCK @.@ does that mean they are using different DAC?
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Sorry but it's not going to work, just checked, gives me the too much power bubble.

Did you try plugging it into an unpowered USB hub as well? It worked with my E17 and iPad 4. I had been using a powered hub, and for some reason I decided to try it without the power brick plugged in. It worked, no idea how. Yes, it's an extra device to carry, but it's better than dropping $500 on a CLAS.

 

I thought the iPhone though didn't support digital output through the CCK, did this change with iOS7? I may have to pick up a 30 pin CCK (only have the lightning one at this time).


Edited by calipilot227 - 11/24/13 at 3:27am
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Works sometimes with my ak10 which has its own power but with odac it just didn't. Haven't tried any USB hub. Also I don't have an iPhone so I used iPod touch retina model for testing.
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Sorry but it's not going to work, just checked, gives me the too much power bubble.

Did you try plugging it into an unpowered USB hub as well? It worked with my E17 and iPad 4. I had been using a powered hub, and for some reason I decided to try it without the power brick plugged in. It worked, no idea how. Yes, it's an extra device to carry, but it's better than dropping $500 on a CLAS.

 

I thought the iPhone though didn't support digital output through the CCK, did this change with iOS7? I may have to pick up a 30 pin CCK (only have the lightning one at this time).

Yeah, JDS Labs confirmed that digital out through iOS 7 devices is possible now.

 

http://blog.jdslabs.com/?p=722

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 C5D works out of the box with iPad and iPhone! Apple has finally enabled UAC1 output as of iOS7. You simply need a Camera Connection Kit cable. C5D is self-powered, so power consumption is of no concern.
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USB Audio Class 1 (UAC1) is the widely compatible standard for transmitting digital audio over USB. UAC2 is required to go beyond 24/96 audio, but UAC2 support remains limited and requires special drivers for Windows XP/7/8, etc. In other words, connecting a UAC2 DAC becomes more involved and potentially buggy.

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Beautiful
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