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Originally Posted by soundblast75 View Post

Yes,Sig Pros, got them the other day and they really shine with the Explorer.
In fact i am listing the Audeze 2's mk2 for sale!
Reading that the Microstreamer compares,poss beats the meridian is only the secondary reason to buy it cause the combo i have is Awsome!
The main reason to get it is the Idevice compatibility.
I'll post impressions here soon,
Think im getting the Ms tomorrow.

 

I really find Ultrasone Sig pro and mS DOES a perfect combo. ;)  You should not be disappointed.  :wink: 

post #632 of 1201


Received my FiiO cable today. Quite happy with it. Nice and flexible. Thought I'd post a pic to show the size.
post #633 of 1201
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Received my FiiO cable today. Quite happy with it. Nice and flexible. Thought I'd post a pic to show the size.
Where did you find the fiio l15 cable at? I've looked everywhere in the us and only vendor was 19.95 plus 20 shipping frown.gif
post #634 of 1201

Cable Update: The Lindy cable I bought on Amazon isn't right as the connector on the micro end won't fit most phones, tablets, etc.  The sides of the connector are straight where as all of my other micro usb cables have angled (or beveled) sides.
   ___
 /____\  = What I wanted
  ____
 |____|  = What I received
 

This morning I left a message for the seller (Lindy USA) through Amazon compaining they sent the wrong cable and to my suprise I got a call from someone at Lindy this afternoon!  He let me know they sent exactly what I ordered "0.5m USB OTG Cable - Black, Type Micro A to Mini B" (Lindy P/N: 31960), and what I needed was the "0.5m USB OTG Cable - Black, Type Micro- B to Mini-B" (Lindy P/N: 31717).  He also said he would see if they could clarify on Amazon that the 31960 really only works with some older devices.

 

He said the 31717 was available on Amazon, but I can only find it listed on the UK Amazon site (and it's out of stock there).  It's available directly on the Lindy USA website (lindy-usa.com) but ground shipping is $13.00 (for a $6.00 cable).

 

Later this afternoon I received an email (via Amazon) from Lindy customer service to arrange an exchange for the correct cable.  I'll call them tomorrow.

 

Getting the wrong cable was disappointing, but the service from Lindy has been stellar so far!

post #635 of 1201
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Originally Posted by kayza View Post


Where did you find the fiio l15 cable at? I've looked everywhere in the us and only vendor was 19.95 plus 20 shipping frown.gif


I'm in Melbourne, Australia - so I got it from Noisy Motel for $19.95 shipped. I think you or someone else provided the link for which I am grateful! =)

post #636 of 1201

Slightly OT, but HRT have been busy:

 

http://www.wickeddigital.com.au/hrt-stage-speaker-system

 

Probably too new to expect a review from Mercer, but I think he may have made some vague reference to something new from HRT he 'couldnt talk about' a month or two back. If anyone sees Mike passed out in a Starbucks, you might like to prod him into life and point him to this thread.

post #637 of 1201
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Originally Posted by Jonamafun View Post
 


I'm in Melbourne, Australia - so I got it from Noisy Motel for $19.95 shipped. I think you or someone else provided the link for which I am grateful! =)

Yah, I think I did link that here. I went to buy from them as well, but when filling out my address, I noticed that USA was not a country selectable. Oh well :(

 

I ordered a Micro-B USB OTG to Mini-B cable for $4 shipped off eBay, and it is about 10cm long. It is still in the mail, so I can't comment on it just yet. I am hoping the plastic connectors on each end are junky monstrous things that make it almost not using, and also hoping the cable isnt so stiff it won't allow for stacking devices.

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/251362448725?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649

post #638 of 1201
Guys,can anyone help please,
I got the Ms yesterday and it was working with both new ipad air and iphone, but just now it stopped and now it says- the device uses too much power!
Out of the blue,just like that?
Dont have a windows machine,cant check the firmware, but it is a new one and it was working fine
Any ideas?
Thanks
Edited by soundblast75 - 11/2/13 at 10:32am
post #639 of 1201
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Originally Posted by soundblast75 View Post

Guys,can anyone help please,
I got the Ms yesterday and it was working with both new ipad air and iphone, but just now it stopped and now it says- the device uses too much power!
Out of the blue,just like that?
Dont have a windows machine,cant check the firmware, but it is a new one and it was working fine
Any ideas?
Thanks

 

Are you using an Apple CCK?

post #640 of 1201
Yes
post #641 of 1201
It says Accessory unavailable,
The device uses too much power
post #642 of 1201

I would contact HRT support. Sounds like a faulty device.

post #643 of 1201
I have contacted Kevin, need to plug it to my mac at home to find out.
post #644 of 1201

Firmware version 1.3 for the microStreamer is now available. I wonder what changed.

post #645 of 1201

Hi guys. My uS came this week and so far I am loving it. So much in fact that I plan to be placing it in my car (fed my by Galaxy Note 3) and no longer using my headunit (factory/oem) as my audio source.

 

I want to plug its line output into the aux input of my JBL MS8 sound processor, but the MS8 states an input of 2V while the HRT uS has an output of 2.25v. Can anyone advise on this, as well as perhaps provide me sources that might make this okay?

 

I have looked at every current product HRT makes, and per their specs, they all output line level at 2.25V, so I am hoping that 2.25V is the standard, and that some companies just say 2V, but actually mean 2.25V. Sort of like companies advertising a gigabyte as 1,000 megabites, but in reality it is actually 1,024.

 

Thanks!

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