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Originally Posted by longbowbbs View Post

I'll have a new iPad 3 Friday. Free from work. smily_headphones1.gif

Congratulation longbowbbs

You can try like my extrem set up with your iPad 3

The sound quality between iPad 3 and iPad 4 is not so big

iPad 4 has better background noise compare to iPad 3 , the rest are the same .
post #842 of 13869
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Originally Posted by AUDIOBREEDER View Post

How do you transport a rig like that. I find even the ZO2 a pain to carry around.

I'm trying to visualize how I can carry something like that as I carry a messenger bag loaded with a laptop & papers.popcorn.gif
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For iPad I put in my sling bag from Gucci

And for my rigs I put on small foto bag

I hear only insite my car , because Jakarta traffic jam very bad , sometimes you must sit in the car for 3 hours for 30 km distance .

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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

I want share my extreme transportable rig

Source : iPad 4 64 Gb

Dac : cyberlabs Class solo tactical Edition

Amp : Tralucent audio T 1

Headphone : LCD rev 3 With Angle Jack

Cable / Connector : lightning adaptor to 30 Pin lod

Lod to USB 8 braid Silver solid core
post #843 of 13869

1000

 

boxed iPod Video 30GB 5.5g > Vsonic GR07 MK2

post #844 of 13869
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

Congratulation longbowbbs
You can try like my extrem set up with your iPad 3
The sound quality between iPad 3 and iPad 4 is not so big
iPad 4 has better background noise compare to iPad 3 , the rest are the same .

I'll get some pics up this weekend when I get home from work.
post #845 of 13869
@Unkle: I use that theme on my Rockboxed Sansa Fuze beerchug.gif
post #846 of 13869

Ok so you know how you sometimes dig out all your old and unused gear just to double check if there is anything usable in there, and almost always, there isn't.. Sometimes however you find a thing or two that you think could be of some use, you may even pair a few things together and voila: New gadget you need to find a use for! This kinda happened to me yesterday evening, and I must say, I'm quite pleased with the result :) Just came back from the gym where this neat little portable rig felt right at home! This is IMO a perfect gym rig, as I am able to use my phone as a DAP (all my HQ files are on my phone anyway as it is my main DAP), but I can safely store my phone in my gym bag as it is wirelessly connected to a small Bluetooth receiver. This bt receiver has multimedia controls and a built in microphone, so I have no trouble answering calls during a workout. It has it's own volume knob, which is much more practical to use than the volume rocker on the Fiio E5 it is connected to. The Fiio nicely compensates where the bt receiver lacks in e.g. power, volume and especially bass and drives my UE 350's really well. The UE 350's have comply-foam tips to ensure that they will stay in my ears all gym session long without any risk of falling out.

The bt receiver and the Fiio are attached to each other via the belt clips on the back of both units, so no extra straps or wraps. I had to slightly modify the clip of the bt receiver to get it to fit perfectly, but this modification was made with a knife and took like 3 mins to do! :) When they are attached to each other this way you can still clamp it to you shirt or pants. 

Overall SQ is more than satisfying for the gym, especially considering the ultra-low budget price on this complete rig (except for the phone ofc..). The funny thing about this rig is that it's most expensive part (by far) is the Btg-audio interconnect :D O, and look how nicely it fits into the TF10 case!



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400 400

post #847 of 13869

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Originally Posted by esmBOS View Post

Ok so you know how you sometimes dig out all your old and unused gear just to double check if there is anything usable in there, and almost always, there isn't.. Sometimes however you find a thing or two that you think could be of some use, you may even pair a few things together and voila: New gadget you need to find a use for! This kinda happened to me yesterday evening, and I must say, I'm quite pleased with the result :) Just came back from the gym where this neat little portable rig felt right at home! This is IMO a perfect gym rig, as I am able to use my phone as a DAP (all my HQ files are on my phone anyway as it is my main DAP), but I can safely store my phone in my gym bag as it is wirelessly connected to a small Bluetooth receiver. This bt receiver has multimedia controls and a built in microphone, so I have no trouble answering calls during a workout. It has it's own volume knob, which is much more practical to use than the volume rocker on the Fiio E5 it is connected to. The Fiio nicely compensates where the bt receiver lacks in e.g. power, volume and especially bass and drives my UE 350's really well. The UE 350's have comply-foam tips to ensure that they will stay in my ears all gym session long without any risk of falling out.

The bt receiver and the Fiio are attached to each other via the belt clips on the back of both units, so no extra straps or wraps. I had to slightly modify the clip of the bt receiver to get it to fit perfectly, but this modification was made with a knife and took like 3 mins to do! :) When they are attached to each other this way you can still clamp it to you shirt or pants. 

Overall SQ is more than satisfying for the gym, especially considering the ultra-low budget price on this complete rig (except for the phone ofc..). The funny thing about this rig is that it's most expensive part (by far) is the Btg-audio interconnect :D O, and look how nicely it fits into the TF10 case!



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That's a slick setup. Details on the BT receiver please!

post #848 of 13869
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Originally Posted by AK7579 View Post

That's a slick setup. Details on the BT receiver please!


O sorry, missed that! It's a Nokia BH-111 bt reciever. Cost like 15-20$ (includes a pair of iems, but you know what they're worth...).

post #849 of 13869
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


Hi Anakchan
How is the sound quality the new ortofon compare to the previous model ?
Any different power for driven high impedance headphone ?

 

Wow, I'm obviously not following this thread closely enough. I actually really like this new Ortofon portable amp. It is really quite a "refined" amp especially for Jazz and Classical lovers. It's definitely not for bassheads but having said that, it has somewhat more bass than it's desktop MH-Q7 older brother. The aspect I like most about the MHd-Q7 is 3D quality in it's sound signature.

 

It's not a powerful amp so don't expect it to drive the hard-to-drive headphones (your LCD2s, HE-series, etc are out). But for IEMs and easy-to-drive headphones (TH-900's) it's fine. I"m learning to appreciate the finer amps than those with just pure brute force.

post #850 of 13869
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Originally Posted by calipilot227 View Post

@Unkle: I use that theme on my Rockboxed Sansa Fuze beerchug.gif

 

cheers ;)

old style rulez!
 

post #851 of 13869
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cheers ;)

old style rulez!
 

Old Style arguably has to be the worst U.S. beer ever produced!

post #852 of 13869

700

 

My current portable rig. Held together by velcro...works quite well if i must say so myself. 

 

HM601slim + C421(2227) + TF10 and 1964T

post #853 of 13869
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Originally Posted by jono454 View Post

700

 

My current portable rig. Held together by velcro...works quite well if i must say so myself. 

 

HM601slim + C421(2227) + TF10 and 1964T

Looks great! I've always been kinda curious of the HFM players, but the battery life turned me off.

post #854 of 13869
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Originally Posted by esmBOS View Post

[tons of pics]

BTG's stuff looks so great, I just got my RE-ZERO back from him a couple days ago.

 

Looks like I can't post pics, here's a link.
http://i.imgur.com/2flOV.jpg

post #855 of 13869
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Originally Posted by FNgr8 View Post

BTG's stuff looks so great, I just got my RE-ZERO back from him a couple days ago.

 

Looks like I can't post pics, here's a link.
http://i.imgur.com/2flOV.jpg

This is a cool lookinh set up. How does it sound?

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