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post #346 of 543

nk77, from my experience T1 does not require extensive burn in, putting about 20-40 hours on it should be fine, changes will be subtley and T1 sounded great straight from the box for me.

 

Teke, welcome to T1 Club.

post #347 of 543
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Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post

nk77, from my experience T1 does not require extensive burn in, putting about 20-40 hours on it should be fine, changes will be subtley and T1 sounded great straight from the box for me.

 

Teke, welcome to T1 Club.

 

Thanks! I think the T1 + X3 + jh13 will give some end game result for portables.

 

Hoping it pairs well with the jh13.... still havent found a amp that had synergy with the jh13 like the original alo rx.  Pico slim came close, RSA shadow was a nice change of pace but too warm, uha-4 was a good match too but funky form factor killed it for me, bh2 doesnt have the greatest synergy with it, arrow is good but missing some extension and bass oomph like the alo rx.  so heres to hoping.

post #348 of 543
Wow... The level of transparency on this thing is unreal for a portable amp. It's amazing! Something that matches incredibly well with my jh13.
post #349 of 543
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Wow... The level of transparency on this thing is unreal for a portable amp. It's amazing! Something that matches incredibly well with my jh13.

now you know why i love this little T1 baby so much :-D
post #350 of 543
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now you know why i love this little T1 baby so much :-D

If they would have just made it a shade slimmer it would be the perfect amp.
post #351 of 543
Neutral setup. Falling back in love with my fa-003 clones again. Sorry for the janky lod. The twag lod didn't play nice with the T1 dimensions wise

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Neutral setup. Falling back in love with my fa-003 clones again. Sorry for the janky lod. The twag lod didn't play nice with the T1 dimensions wise


That's my only complaint about T1 - the recessed sockets can be tricky with large plugs. I can't use my DHC iem cable with it :-(
post #353 of 543
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That's my only complaint about T1 - the recessed sockets can be tricky with large plugs. I can't use my DHC iem cable with it :-(

Oh the recessed is fine for me... It's the placement. I always liked it when input and output are on opposite sides.
post #354 of 543

That would make it more bulky thought and not suitable for your pocket so I'd prefer to keep it as is.
 

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That would make it more bulky thought and not suitable for your pocket so I'd prefer to keep it as is.

 

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A low profile lod, or a mini to mini with right angled plugs wouldn't add much at all.
post #356 of 543

That's true. Still I just prefer to have it all in one central area. At the same time that makes me curious. Wouldn't using your method put strain on the sockets of the amp and your DAP overtime? Basically with the weight of the gear being put on those sockets?
 

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That's true. Still I just prefer to have it all in one central area. At the same time that makes me curious. Wouldn't using your method put strain on the sockets of the amp and your DAP overtime? Basically with the weight of the gear being put on those sockets?

 

It's not like I set it on the side when out of my pocket. While in my pocket, the weight isn't on the sockets as no one can fit a t1 and dap in their jeans pocket.
post #358 of 543
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It's not like I set it on the side when out of my pocket. While in my pocket, the weight isn't on the sockets as no one can fit a t1 and dap in their jeans pocket.



I can fit them in my side pockets. Not the most convenient but I do it while listening around the house.

post #359 of 543
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It's not like I set it on the side when out of my pocket. While in my pocket, the weight isn't on the sockets as no one can fit a t1 and dap in their jeans pocket.

 

Yes it does get a bit bulky in my jeans with my ipod + T1 combo but still usable. Funny though everyone keeps thinking I'm really happy to see them...not sure why?


Edited by nk77 - 8/1/13 at 3:22am
post #360 of 543

Could be your emoticon ;).
 

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