Onkyo ES-HF300-->Headstage Arrow 4G-->Sony NWZ-A828. Very light, very portable and very good balance of overall sound with the Arrow
providing a bit of customisation with its myriad settings.
Absolutely! And I probably will upgrade to them soon.... only because these pads are starting to wear down a bit. I like the look of the new pads :)
Now which pads are those that you've got on there? They almost look like LCD-2/3 pads. Unless I'm just stupid and those ARE the stock pads (lol)
And how do you like the 1540's?
Thanks for the reply on that! I will be looking into the 1540's in the near future. They are a stellar looking pair of headphones!
EQ Settings on the X3 do not work with LO, only headphone out.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but if the EQ settings work with line-out, doesn't that indicate that it's not a "true" line-out? Wouldn't there have to be some internal functions controlling the signal?
I figured that is probably why, to keep the signal true to the source. However, some portable amps have bass switches to increase the strength, while others do not.
For ex. the fiio e12 has a bass boost switch where Sony doesn't have that. One down side of the x3 which is not technically it's fault I guess.
Onkyo ES-HF300-->Headstage Arrow 4G-->Sony NWZ-A828.Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
How are those Onkyo?? I saw those but not shure about them, do you mind sharing?