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Do you think they benefit from amplification? It is worth mentioning that they look alike Momentums! biggrin.gif

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My best universal iem Tralucent audio 1plus2 just arrived thus afternoon

http://www.head-fi.org/t/623514/new-custom-iem-company-tralucent-audio/945

Source : iPhone 4 S
Amp,: Tralucent audio T1
RSA RS 71 B with latest upgrade just arrived this afternoon
Iem: Tralucent Audio 1plus2


Edited by rudi0504 - 12/27/12 at 8:34am
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

My best universal iem Tralucent audio 1plus2 just arrived thus afternoon
http://www.head-fi.org/t/623514/new-custom-iem-company-tralucent-audio/945
Source : iPhone 4 S
Amp,: Tralucent audio T1
RSA RS 71 B with latest upgrade just arrived this afternoon
Iem: Tralucent Audio 1plus2
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 


 

 

 

Looking good as usual Rudi! For me, once you go CIEM you can't go back!

 

What upgrades did Ray add into the SR-71b?

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Originally Posted by longbowbbs View Post


Thank you longbowbbs

I have 2 Ciem Jh 16 pro and um miracle

2 iem universal iem: fit ear 334 and now Tralucent 1plus2

I had akg 3003 ( already sold )

Now the universal high iem the SQ is the same like Ciem

I can not use Ciem for long term , for me more comfortable use universal iem

My next iem in mid jan 2013 are sr 002. And sr 003 mk2

Only stax iem can challenge the clarity and transparency from my 1plus2


Ray has upgrade the high gain setting no more 11 , now is like my intruder 21

The sound quality is more detail , open , better bass quality and bass speed and better layering

And soundstage .

Like I heard new amp from RS 71 B mk 2 biggrin.gif

It is excelent improvements
Edited by rudi0504 - 12/27/12 at 8:34am
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One nice thing about the ACS Custom T1's is the soft silicon they are made from. Easier on the ears for long sessions. Nice upgrade on the SR-71b!

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Originally Posted by longbowbbs View Post

One nice thing about the ACS Custom T1's is the soft silicon they are made from. Easier on the ears for long sessions. Nice upgrade on the SR-71b!

Yes you are right

Silicon is very comfortable in my ears , I had tried by Jaben the demo units ACS T1

My RS 71 B sound very good compare before upgrade
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Well my Sony Vaio VGF-AP1L turned up this morning unscathed, So after a clean, a charge and some tweaks to SonicStage on my netbook I have it up and running.

Well impressed so far, Awesome build quality and great sound through my HD25's

 

Sony Vaio VGF-AP1L > Lossless tracks converted to Atrac > Sennheiser HD25 1 II.

 

 

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Edited by Paul Graham - 12/27/12 at 10:01am
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Originally Posted by ender323 View Post

Prefer the Clip+ to the zip-stable version of RockBox, and is overall better from my view. The SD cards are awesome, and the whole Sansa line is really nice. Just make sure to get the headphone plug all the way in. It take a bit of force the first time, and audio is sporadic if you don't give it a good shove.

Ok we'll in that case I will probably order the clip+ instead. I was unaware of this so yea...
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Ok we'll in that case I will probably order the clip+ instead. I was unaware of this so yea...

The only thing you really get is a nicer screen. The Clip+ is 2-color (blue and black) and for the most part, only does text. The Zip is full color. Not much difference for just music playing. The Zip is also just slightly larger, which may or may not make a difference.

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Originally Posted by Paul Graham View Post

Well my Sony Vaio VGF-AP1L turned up this morning unscathed, So after a clean, a charge and some tweaks to SonicStage on my netbook I have it up and running.
Well impressed so far, Awesome build quality and great sound through my HD25's

Sony Vaio VGF-AP1L > Lossless tracks converted to Atrac > Sennheiser HD25 1 II.



700

Someone has been a good dad
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Updated my humble rig with some new cables and new amp..:)

 

1000

 

Govibe Maritni DAC/AMP + Fonebone cables, worn straight down (my go to cables,really loving the synergy it brings with the TF10s and is the most flexible cable i have owned.). Excellent service from Fonebone! top notch service. :)

 

1000

 

Chris Himself cables.:)

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little update

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by psion84 View Post

Updated my humble rig with some new cables and new amp..:)

 

 

 

Govibe Maritni DAC/AMP + Fonebone cables, worn straight down (my go to cables,really loving the synergy it brings with the TF10s and is the most flexible cable i have owned.). Excellent service from Fonebone! top notch service. :)

 

 

 

Chris Himself cables.:)

Lovely looking set up! And great paint job on those TF10's.

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Originally Posted by psion84 View Post

Updated my humble rig with some new cables and new amp..smily_headphones1.gif
Govibe Maritni DAC/AMP + Fonebone cables, worn straight down (my go to cables,really loving the synergy it brings with the TF10s and is the most flexible cable i have owned.). Excellent service from Fonebone! top notch service. smily_headphones1.gif



Chris Himself cables.smily_headphones1.gif

Nice dude!!
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Someone has been a good dad

I try lol!!

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