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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post

We will call him "The Mathematician". He who has two Theorems in his name.

Rumour has it, he has names for both of his Theorems, and they are: Pythagoras and Fermat.
post #9392 of 13906

Rocco BA & Rhapsodio RDB V1 Mini.

Can be a touch sibilant. :rolleyes: But it's a nice pairing with the right genres.


Edited by H20Fidelity - 1/9/14 at 6:22am
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Originally Posted by ButtUglyJeff View Post

So, you're going to have 2 Theorems?

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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post

We will call him "The Mathematician". He who has two Theorems in his name.

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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post

Rumour has it, he has names for both of his Theorems, and they are: Pythagoras and Fermat.

Hi all

Thank you for the names for my Theorem Pythagoras and Archimedes is better than Fermat biggrin.gif

I bought Theorem in copper finish , because I wish with different casing material can have better SQ

Like my Ko Jo Amp with brass casing , as my diy friend took out the pcb board from the brass casing SQ was so thin and flat .
Casing material is very important

Later on I will keep the good ones and sell the less good ones biggrin.gif

I love SQ from Theorem as DAC AMP or through the line out for my Abyss headphones

IMO
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 

Rocco BA & Rhapsodio RDB V1 Mini.

Can be a touch sibilant. :rolleyes: But it's a nice pairing with the right genres.

It's also a very nice pairing for the eyes! My god that is a beautiful rig!

post #9395 of 13906
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 

Rocco BA & Rhapsodio RDB V1 Mini.

Can be a touch sibilant. :rolleyes: But it's a nice pairing with the right genres.

Like always minimalis and beautiful Picture on this thread :beerchug: 


Edited by rudi0504 - 1/9/14 at 8:54am
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post



Hi all

Thank you for the names for my Theorem Pythagoras and Archimedes is better than Fermat biggrin.gif

I bought Theorem in copper finish , because I wish with different casing material can have better SQ

Like my Ko Jo Amp with brass casing , as my diy friend took out the pcb board from the brass casing SQ was so thin and flat .
Casing material is very important

Later on I will keep the good ones and sell the less good ones biggrin.gif

I love SQ from Theorem as DAC AMP or through the line out for my Abyss headphones

IMO
Customize casing?
post #9397 of 13906
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Originally Posted by stvc View Post


Customize casing?

No not customize casing anymore

usually copper casing for limited edition

you can buy and choose copper version or black casing

post #9398 of 13906


iPod Touch 5th gen-->silver interconnects-->RSA F-35 Lightning-->silver FBI cables-->SE846.

Please kill me if I replace anything else. I have now replaced my entire rig. Had an iPhone 5, SE535 and an RSA Protector.
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But if I kill you can I get your 846?
post #9400 of 13906
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post

But if I kill you can I get your 846?

Yes, you can have the entire rig. I have to say Mimouille your comments on the SE846 thread is high praise indeed considering the spectacular set of CIEMs you have. You are smart to get a set of OCC silver cables as they make the SE846 really sing.
Edited by spook76 - 1/9/14 at 12:15pm
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Yes, you can have the entire rig. I have to say Mimouille your comments on the SE846 thread is high praise indeed considering the spectacular set of CIEMs you have. You are smart to get a set of OCC silver cables as they make the SE846 really sing.
I just call it how I hear it. And I have always been a Shure fanboy. The cable is already selected smily_headphones1.gif
post #9402 of 13906

which one r u getting mimo! r  you using it with a amp aswell?

post #9403 of 13906

Finally got my ALO Copper Compact 22 :). Now the only question is to upgrade to a ALO Rx Mk3 amp or some new cans. (I'm considering the LCD-XC, Fostex TH900, and the ATH-W5000). Any suggestions on which cans and/or amp to upgrade next? IEMS and open-backed are not options I'm currently considering. I also don't care how large the cans are or how 'goofy' they look in public, I'm 6'7" and about 230lbs so even the massive LCD-3s don't look overblown on my noggin.  Thanks for reading guys, really proud of my first high-end rig!

 

 

 

 

 

post #9404 of 13906
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post
 

No not customize casing anymore

usually copper casing for limited edition

you can buy and choose copper version or black casing

IC, i wondering how the casing affect the sound, all i can think of is the EMI shielding. But for sure brass would be much heavier.

post #9405 of 13906
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Originally Posted by MattAnthony1990 View Post
 

Finally got my ALO Copper Compact 22 :). Now the only question is to upgrade to a ALO Rx Mk3 amp or some new cans. (I'm considering the LCD-XC, Fostex TH900, and the ATH-W5000). Any suggestions on which cans and/or amp to upgrade next? IEMS and open-backed are not options I'm currently considering. I also don't care how large the cans are or how 'goofy' they look in public, I'm 6'7" and about 230lbs so even the massive LCD-3s don't look overblown on my noggin.  Thanks for reading guys, really proud of my first high-end rig!

 

 

 

 

 

Full cans are gonna be heavy walking around with man. You would probably want to take weight and comfort into consideration with your choices. 

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