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Care to share your port setup jpoc?

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Care to share your port setup jpoc?

Check the sig there, buddy. ;)

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Doesn't count ;) We need pics! Lol

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Doesn't count wink.gif We need pics! Lol

+1
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Using another earphones...again.

I just got back my pair of Sony MDR-EX10, that, I can really recommend to anyone looking for something really cheap and durable. This ones have at least 3 years and still going strong, signature is pretty inoffensive and soundstage is decent too. Isolation is not that good because they have lots of vents but they are light and comfy, and I love the cable because feels more rubbery than plastic, and it's smooth and it doesn't stick on the clothes, and it's light and flexible. My friend just got the new ones that came with sweet tips but the cable felt really cheap and plastic. Here are some pics with my new camera :p

 

 

 

 

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Me super affordable new set up ....Topping NX1 / Zip Clip / KZ 5.8mm iem


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Nice pics oMal! 
 

How much did all that run you Wokei?

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Nice pics oMal! 

 
How much did all that run you Wokei?

All in just below USD100
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Very nice! What IC is that? How do you like the kz 5.8? First time I've seen them

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Very nice! What IC is that? How do you like the kz 5.8? First time I've seen them

The KZ brand is a Chinese brand ...u can get more info if u go to http://www.head-fi.org/t/684159/chinese-asian-brand-info-thread-headphones-iems-amps-dacs/4410#post_10694391 for more info.

Personally my gear are cheap stuffs ..but I do like my KZ 5.8mm ..pretty decent sound with good detail and bass. Mainly I buy me KZ IEM from this store ..good reliable seller and best pricing to me knowledge.

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/KZ-apparatus-of-5-8-MM-acme-micro-ring-in-ear-headphones-high-resolution-penetrating-voice/1869310974.html


As far as the ic used ...check out the Topping Nx1 thread ..in head fi too ...they did not revealed what chip was used afaik...
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I'm confused, I didn't see any info there on the interconnect your using?

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I'm confused, I didn't see any info there on the interconnect your using?

sorry ic = interconnect ....my bad ....me thought u talking about the audio chip ...LOL

 

okay here u go ... the link me bought the IC   ...http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Free-shipping-15cm-old-KIMBER-KABLE-silver-plated-3-5-to-3-5mm-Headphone-Amp-Interconnects/1604382393.html

 

The IC is definitely give better n clear detail than the supplied cable....

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Clip+ and yuin PK3
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Clip+ and yuin PK3 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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What a fantastically simple rig. 

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sorry ic = interconnect ....my bad ....me thought u talking about the audio chip ...LOL

 

okay here u go ... the link me bought the IC   ...http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Free-shipping-15cm-old-KIMBER-KABLE-silver-plated-3-5-to-3-5mm-Headphone-Amp-Interconnects/1604382393.html

 

The IC is definitely give better n clear detail than the supplied cable....

 

Lol! Very good price for what looks like high quality IC.

 

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What a fantastically simple rig. 

 

+1!

How does the 'clip drive those pk3's r7g0? I've read some yuins need an amp...


Edited by indieman - 7/10/14 at 6:13am
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