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So I am not the only one putting a tablet like the picture above just for music pleasure and uses the PC to surf internet[a.k.a Head-Fi] xD

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Originally Posted by spurxiii View Post

Can I ask recommendations for a portable can?
I've been using my TH600s as a portable but they're really not that portable. I love it's sound but it needs a bit more thickness in the mids. Any help appreciated

Q40
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Originally Posted by spurxiii View Post

Can I ask recommendations for a portable can?
I've been using my TH600s as a portable but they're really not that portable. I love it's sound but it needs a bit more thickness in the mids. Any help appreciated
 
V-Moda M100!
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Thanks for the recommendations

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Originally Posted by Don Lehrer View Post
 

While preparing everything for tonight I´ve been listening to music with this

 


What kind of tips are those?

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Talk about comfort, I feel almost nothing with these tips and lightweight housing for as long as I want for listening to my music. My ears are super sensitive to anything intrusive. I admire those whose ears can take a abuse such as deep penetration. :)

 

This little amp deserves some recognition. It's not as neutral as my favorite Leckerton, but it's a damn good amp with dead quite background and some punchy bass. It has dual batteries with enough power.

 

I decided to recable this little LOD to complete my year of DIY'ing. Yes luckily I still have some time left for 2013.

 


Edited by DMinor - 12/31/13 at 8:00pm
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Originally Posted by spurxiii View Post
 

Thanks for the recommendations

Also try the Senn HD25mkII, Senn HD 25 aluminium and the new Beyer dt51.

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Originally Posted by skalkman View Post


You get them with most portable amps. I for once got 4 with my FiiO E12. You can find them on ebay most of the time.

On a sidenote you can embed an image with the "img" tag using the tool for editing the source of your post. My first post had an image and it was in this very thread some odd number of pages ago.


I'll look on eBay, thanks.

 

As for the image posting, nah, I got an email and a PM about restrictions as a new user, and not being able to post images was one. I would post an imgur link, but that's pretty much the same and I don't want to bend the rules at all if possible on my first day.

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Also try the Senn HD25mkII, Senn HD 25 aluminium and the new Beyer dt51.

Thank you. I'm currently looking at the Sony MDR-7520 or Yamaha HPH-MT220
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Sorry to interrupt the flow, but can you guys explain this balanced set up to a noob like me please. biggrin.gif

With regular single-ended drive you have 2 signals: Left +, Right + and ground, both sides share the same ground. With balanced driving, you use 4 signals: Left +, Left -, Right + and Right -. This means that instead of a "passive" ground signal, you get an active negative signal, pulling the driver in the opposite direction. = More control, more power, better channel separation. With my CIEMs it's the most amazingly 3D experience I've ever heard. Tons of detail suddenly available because the soundscape isn't as crowded, everything has its own clearly defined place (on good recordings, naturally).


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Originally Posted by PhantomGypsy View Post
 

Where do you guys get those elastic straps for attaching your iPod to an amp?

 

As for my rig, it's humble, but it works for now.

 

iPod Classic, Fiio Fujiyama, Audio Technica ATH-M50 Special Editon.

 

Sadly I can't post pictures because this is my first post.

 

ALO does sell them separately.

 

And I'm sure other do as well.

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ALO does sell them separately.

 

And I'm sure other do as well.


Awesome, thanks a ton.

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Just taking my first few steps into this strange world of audiophile grade equipment with my ibasso DX50 and a pair of Shure se215 limited edition (arriving soon) I can already feel my wallet crying ;(

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Originally Posted by Joe V View Post
 

Just taking my first few steps into this strange world of audiophile grade equipment with my ibasso DX50 and a pair of Shure se215 limited edition (arriving soon) I can already feel my wallet crying ;(

That's a pretty reasonable first step. Sould set you up with some pretty high quality sound right off the bat!

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