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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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Well, that's not the way to figure out how the X5 sounds.....

It's actually the only way to enjoy the X5.

Portable eh transportable.....damn......audio never looked so good!

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If you turn them all on all you hear is hisssss. :)

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You would have to be insane to say that rig isn't portable.

Exactly. Others told me otherwise. But I sure showed them.

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Ok, some real pictures

 

 Colorfly C4 Pro with Dunu DN 19 with SPC cables. Nice :D

 

 Just got these two in. I guess I'm one of the first owners of the X5 in North America. And so far, its been fantastic. I'm currently pairing it to an Astrotec AX 30. These have yet to be released in most of the world. They are hybrid IEMs with a Balanced Armature driver and a Dynamic Driver.

 

 This is one is the super portable. It packs a FiiO X3 with one of my favorite cheap throw-around cans. The RHA SA950i


 

I don't use any any full size headphones on the go. I tried using the Brainwavz HM9 on the go before but that was quite deadly. The Ultrasones and AKG's won't go either. 

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That troll rig @.@ ai wonder how it sound with very high hiss IEM xD

The X5 look... Huge?
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That troll rig @.@ ai wonder how it sound with very high hiss IEM xD

The X5 look... Huge?

Trust me, the C4 is much larger

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Thx for the fellow headfiers, I bought the slim line 3M dual lock. Clean portable gig with Soundmagic 100, LeckertonUHA-6S MKII, and Galaxy Note 3. 

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@gordec - With that cable, are you using the UHA's dac and amp at the same time? I never tried the UHA's DAC.

 

 

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Those Westone cans look like they're about $50. $5000? They do not look anything like top-tier headphones, which matters to some. Of course, their sound may justify their cost relative to others in the same price bracket, but man, those are U-G-L-Y.

 

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Those Westone cans look like they're about $50. $5000? They do not look anything like top-tier headphones, which matters to some. Of course, their sound may justify their cost relative to others in the same price bracket, but man, those are U-G-L-Y.


What Westone headphones do you speak of?
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What Westone headphones do you speak of?

I believe these

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What Westone headphones do you speak of?

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Or the bottom of this link http://www.hifiplus.com/articles/ces-2014-headphone-earphones-and-related-electronics-part-3/?page=4

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@gordec - With that cable, are you using the UHA's dac and amp at the same time? I never tried the UHA's DAC.

 

 

 

Yes. DAC and Amp. The Note 3 allows you to out put at 192k using it's own stock player. Can't use 3rd party players like poweramp, neutron, etc.

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