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Originally Posted by goldendarko View Post

That is one thick cable, looks almost as big as the amp.

The fabric shielding from SAA Endorphin look thick , but it is very smooth fabric and Sound quality is one of the best cable for LCD 3 on the market
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Experimenting with my "new" source. Thinking about modding to a 128gb CF card if I like the sound. First gen iPod Mini, never been used before today. Going to Rockbox it soon too.

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After wood mod, I switched the pleather to velour.  This is how the DT1350 should sound!  Glorious mids, airy highs and tight bass!

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Edited by seeteeyou - 11/4/14 at 9:14pm
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great wood worker from davao ey!
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Nexus 5 Rooted running CyanogenMod 11 nightly

App: USB AudioPro - eXtream Software Development

DAC: Audioquest Dragonfly

Amp: Fanmusic  BL-2 Portable tube amp

Phones:AKG Q-701 W/ Silver homemade interconnect - Ream balanced connector - Via Blue 3.5mm

 

Sounds rather good I must say,....

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http://centrance.com/blog/2011/11/04/dacmini-px-drives-he-6

 

 

 

 

Hi seeteeyou

 

How do I find more info about driving He-6 using Dacmini....?

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This morning my WM ZX 1 Sony lod with 3,5 mm jack are arrived from George Hong Kong

First of all I would like to say thank you very much to my best friend George for help me to buy this WM lod

Now I can use my Sony WM ZX 1 full digital with this WM Lod

Sound Quality is excellent compare to headphone out

More detail and cleaner sound , better separation and fuller sound like I use with hi res cable

IMO



Source : Sony WM ZX 1
Dac / Amp : Sony PHA 2
Iem : Fitear MH 335 DW with 000 cable


I am sorry I can not upload foto , my free 10 GB is finish biggrin.gif
Edited by rudi0504 - 1/25/14 at 9:27am
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Originally Posted by seeteeyou View Post

It's about time for ordering this ultimate cable and compare with SAA Endorphin

http://www.head-fi.org/t/609155/toxic-cables-the-appreciation-thread/5655#post_10143805

And then another SAA Endorphin for Abyss

http://www.stefanaudioart.com/shop/endorphin-balanced-high-end-headphone-cable-for-the-abyss-ab-1266

You could also choose Silver Soldered Ends for SAA Endorphin and drive Abyss with DACmini PX plus Energizer portable battery

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1115104

http://centrance.com/blog/2011/11/04/dacmini-px-drives-he-6

energizer_xp8000_001.jpg

energizer_xp8000_002.jpg 

Thank you seeteeyou

I have energizer xp 8000 , I don't have Centrance dac mini biggrin.gif

I haven't tried Toxic cable , at the moment SAA Endorphin is my best custom cable for my LCD 3

Look very good toxic cable
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Even my 80 years old mother like Abyss 1266 very much biggrin.gif

Source : CD player Stello cda 500

Amp : T+A tube pre amp P 10.2 Germany

http://www.taelektroakustik.de/index.php?id=287&L=1

Headphone : Abyss 1266


Edited by rudi0504 - 1/25/14 at 10:51am
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Edited by seeteeyou - 11/4/14 at 9:13pm
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Thank you serteeyou
For expensive headphone I must hear first how is the sound quality
Can challenge Stax Sr 009 and Abyss 1266 or not ?
Abyss is heavy , but If we use the pressure on our head is not so heavy
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A friend requested I make an ultra-portable rig. So I did. 

 

Presenting, Panda-cus Supremecus. It's so heavy, it'll blow your ears away before the song even starts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #9674 of 15050
You would have to be insane to say that rig isn't portable.
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Well, that's not the way to figure out how the X5 sounds.....

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