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How are the atlus? I've been eyeing them myself..'

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How are the atlus? I've been eyeing them myself..'
They're alright. They sound pretty good for the price, but don't expect too much. The isolation is atrocious however..
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I assume a picture of your hello kitty headphones? wink.gif
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Current rig: Sansa Clip Zip in red, Sony MDR-7506 with Beyerdynamic velour pads.
Clip Zip with Sony MDR-7506

Yep, another Clip. I should probably get one in blue to match the '7506 trim.
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I assume a picture of your hello kitty headphones? wink.gif
http://www.hellokitty.com/hellokittyblog/top-news/the-music-sounds-sweeter-with-hk/?ModPagespeed=noscript
NOT in my collection, just so you know. smily_headphones1.gif
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Nice seeing the Brainwavz M3 get some love around here. The M3 is one of my favorite IEMs of all time.. . Beautiful sounding IEMs that still impress me to this very day even after owning some pretty good ones.. . I always keep it with me..

 

Thanks, I thought that maybe my lack of experience made me think that they were underrated, but i´m glad that i´m not the only one that think they are really good. It´s a shame that the cable is pretty much dead, but I think that i´m going to send them to a guy, to recable them, I don´t want to lose´em. They are pretty good all-.arounders.

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Zach over at ZMF Headphones. Great guy!

Thanks for the info Joe. I checked the site and did not find any recable service. I would like to send my cans for recabling, too. I wonder how should I do that. Appreciate any advice. Thanks.

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Thanks for the info Joe. I checked the site and did not find any recable service. I would like to send my cans for recabling, too. I wonder how should I do that. Appreciate any advice. Thanks.

 

They seem to have removed the page from their site. The old link was http://www.zmfheadphones.com/recabled-mh1

 

Its not working now. 

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They seem to have removed the page from their site. The old link was http://www.zmfheadphones.com/recabled-mh1

 

Its not working now. 

Here's the new link, looks like they just moved it to the ordering area.

 

http://www.zmfheadphones.com/order-the-zmf/recabled-sony-mh1

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Clip+ >>> E5 >>> SPC MH1s

 

2/3 of this rig is for sale right now. Talk about a gym-ready setup!

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[img]http://i443.photobucket.com/albums/qq159/sportscrazed2/2014-05-20095707_zpsc9bf6e58.jpg[/img] xb60ex I got on sale for $40 and rockbox clip zip in altoids like tin.  That's about as portable as you can get without going with bluetooth headphones and a smartphone.  

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The only two setups I currently use. I kind of started over on my headfi journey :P (although I still use my dragonfly 1.2 dac/amp and iphone 5s, but that's over $200 ;)

Hope to upgrade the iems, then hopefully the mp3 player :D

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[img]http://i443.photobucket.com/albums/qq159/sportscrazed2/2014-05-20095707_zpsc9bf6e58.jpg[/img] xb60ex I got on sale for $40 and rockbox clip zip in altoids like tin.  That's about as portable as you can get without going with bluetooth headphones and a smartphone.  


Nice! How do they pair up? Will you be installing rockbox?

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Nice! How do they pair up? Will you be installing rockbox?

I already have rockbox on it.   The sound is very nice at least in my humble opinion.   These are the best iems I've bought so far.  I just wanted something that didn't cost too much and would last me a long time so going with sony was a no brainer.  It always seems like iems and earbuds have a shelflife with me so can't justify spending too much.     I just took advantage of the $30 vpulse deal and I hope they can match the xb60ex at least.   I mostly listen to heavier rock, metal, and hip hop so these provide plenty of bass without being overpowering

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