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Originally Posted by Don Lehrer View Post
 

hahaha, when I saw your picture I thought it was part of the meeting from Rudi hahahaha, That stack plus an amp stack from Rudi would be pricelessssss

 

I am going to sell that stack to Rudi then .... :wink_face:

post #8912 of 15736
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

Today my friend Sidrpm from Singapore has visit us in Jakarta.

We met for the first time together at Japan restaurant Sumiya STC Senayan

I bring some of my portable rigs for Sid

Below are our meet pictures :

At Sumiya japan Resto



Sid looking at my portable collection





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Rudi, it was my pleasure to meet you. Thanks for the pictures.

Btw - that was a look of lust when I was staring at "part" of your portable collection.
post #8913 of 15736
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

Mini meet with Sid from Singapore part 2

Source : iPhone 4 s mod by Alex
Dac : Cypher labs Class Solo original version
Amp : ALO Rx 3 B
Headphone : Abyss 1266
Cable : lod to USB diy by Alex
Mini to mini Wagnus Sputnik , Uber Cable and Diy by Alex



Sid was so serious listening my Abyss portable set up





According to his impression my set up above is much better than he heard with $ 11.000 USD Amp from Japan
There was surprise me
I am so sorry Sid to poison you with my set up above biggrin.gif

I am very happy that we can share each other our audio experience
Thank you for show me your DSD recording , yesterday was my first time heard DSD recording

I have tried the Abyss before but it never sounded so good as it did with Rudi's portable setup. Am glad I did not part with my original Clas.

Alex's work is that of a pure genius. Was a pleasure to meet him after lunch along with Pitsel and Pita. What a great way to spend a Saturday in Jakarta. Obviously no trip is complete with visiting Mike@Headfonia and Alvon/Nico@Jaben. Thanks a lot guys. beerchug.gif

Next plan it to try Rudi's Sony ZX1 and PHA2.
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Thanks for your kind word sir :smile:

 

Frendly advice: Just be more careful next time you invite Mr. Rudi to come, he just has endless way to spread poison to other people :p

post #8915 of 15736
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Originally Posted by sidrpm View Post

I have tried the Abyss before but it never sounded so good as it did with Rudi's portable setup. Am glad I did not part with my original Clas.

Alex's work is that of a pure genius. Was a pleasure to meet him after lunch along with Pitsel and Pita. What a great way to spend a Saturday in Jakarta. Obviously no trip is complete with visiting Mike@Headfonia and Alvon/Nico@Jaben. Thanks a lot guys. beerchug.gif

Next plan it to try Rudi's Sony ZX1 and PHA2.

I am very happy to meet you Sid

Here some more pictures



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Originally Posted by TheMiddleSky View Post

Thanks for your kind word sir smile.gif

Frendly advice: Just be more careful next time you invite Mr. Rudi to come, he just has endless way to spread poison to other people tongue.gif

Yes you are right after my friends heard my set Up , 3 directly follow my way bought Abyss
My poison is sweet like honey biggrin.gif
post #8917 of 15736
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Originally Posted by TheMiddleSky View Post

Thanks for your kind word sir smile.gif

Frendly advice: Just be more careful next time you invite Mr. Rudi to come, he just has endless way to spread poison to other people tongue.gif

You are most welcome.

While I understand the "poison" process and believe me it was deep poison, I treat it more as a way of sharing our love for portables and eventually for the music. Yesterday was truly an unbelievable experience.dt880smile.png
post #8918 of 15736
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Originally Posted by Don Lehrer View Post

One can really tell by the pictures that you impress Sid (and us to say the least) Your work is impressive Rudi, the way you transport your rigs, and the way you keep them, respect. May I ask, how many days did Sid have to enjoy your stuff?? If I ever meet with you, let me warn you by saying I would like to be at the table talking with you and listening to your rigs for about one month (every two months)  beerchug.gif

Thank you for your compliment biggrin.gif
He tried just one day about 8 hours
He stay until 27 Dec 2013 in Jakarta and next Tuesday I meet Sid again
He meet my friends too
He got to much poison from us
I am sorry Sid biggrin.gif
post #8919 of 15736
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Originally Posted by Don Lehrer View Post

hahaha, when I saw your picture I thought it was part of the meeting from Rudi hahahaha, That stack plus an amp stack from Rudi would be pricelessssss

I like the picture and I am not the only one Ipod , iPhone. And iPad fan boy:D
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Edited by seeteeyou - 11/4/14 at 10:52pm
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This is my favourite combo that I find myself using almost every blue and lazy Sunday afternoon
post #8922 of 15736
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Originally Posted by audionewbi View Post

How was Wagnus Epsilon MAD compared to the original wagnus?
Personally I preferred the original Wagnus. Perhaps the MAD version is designed more for big cans.
post #8923 of 15736
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Originally Posted by Don Lehrer View Post

One can really tell by the pictures that you impress Sid (and us to say the least) Your work is impressive Rudi, the way you transport your rigs, and the way you keep them, respect. May I ask, how many days did Sid have to enjoy your stuff?? If I ever meet with you, let me warn you by saying I would like to be at the table talking with you and listening to your rigs for about one month (every two months)  beerchug.gif

Don you are absolutely correct. I am now secretly working on delaying my trip.... (shsh...don't tell Rudi)
post #8924 of 15736
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Originally Posted by DMinor View Post
 

Here is my portable music library capable of loading up to 1,200 GB's. All but 3 are diymod's with various audio pills internally bridging the DAC and the LOD output pins lifted off boards.

 

Yeah lot of iPods but I am not done yet. :)  I just bought a 256GB CF card. If it works, that will be my ultimate dap.

 

Id be interested to know if that works too. I got 128gb CF card in my DIYmod, but its getting pretty close to full now.

post #8925 of 15736
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Originally Posted by cogsand gears View Post
 

Id be interested to know if that works too. I got 128gb CF card in my DIYmod, but its getting pretty close to full now.

 

Will find out as soon as I receive it in a couple of weeks from China. It should work since the 256GB SDXC cards work with the Tarkan using a SD-CF adapter (according to Tarkan's web site). I will be surprised if it doesn't work. Nevertheless, I am offered to return for refund if it doesn't work.

 

If I were you, I would even consider a 2nd diymod with a 128GB CF as an alternative.

 

BTW, to my ears (surprisingly) the CF cards sound better than the SDXC cards on my diymods. I will stay away from the SDXC cards from now on.

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