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post #1006 of 5069

I've got one question for the aurisonics AS-2 is that will it be a great match with the ray samuel *the shadow* amplifier connected to an ipod.

 

Thanks!

post #1007 of 5069
You should PM ShotgunShane. I believe he has a RSA shadow
post #1008 of 5069
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Originally Posted by mogour View Post

I've got one question for the aurisonics AS-2 is that will it be a great match with the ray samuel *the shadow* amplifier connected to an ipod.

 

Thanks!


I tried this amplifier (not with Ipod though) and it sounds VERY dark to me. So I am not sure that with an iem that is already on the dark side...

post #1009 of 5069

Opinion seems to be divide. I think for the consumers the bass port is really non-essential. You cannot use the bass port passed the 1 mark as it just becomes to muddy. 

post #1010 of 5069
Really looking forward to all the impressions of the lucky folks who will receive their G-2 in the next few days ;-)
post #1011 of 5069
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post


I tried this amplifier (not with Ipod though) and it sounds VERY dark to me. So I am not sure that with an iem that is already on the dark side...

 

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Originally Posted by mogour View Post

I've got one question for the aurisonics AS-2 is that will it be a great match with the ray samuel *the shadow* amplifier connected to an ipod.

 

Thanks!

 

I haven't tried my AS-2 with the Shadow yet; I had thought my AS-2 might be back this week.  I have tried it with the TG334 and 1+2 and it sounds good with both.  I don't find the Shadow too dark.  In fact it has pretty forward treble response; actually the entire presentation is forward, which was the opposite of what I expected.  However it does add a touch of warmth to the upper bass/lower mid and the bass is pretty punchy.  I quite like it with my ipod nano 6g and keep it permanently attached.  That being said, of the small amps, I prefer the Pico Slim as I think it is an all around step above the Shadow and has a better volume control.

post #1012 of 5069

I'm gonna post my review when I get them and will see if the dark sound is too much.


Edited by mogour - 6/26/13 at 10:34am
post #1013 of 5069
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I haven't tried my AS-2 with the Shadow yet; I had thought my AS-2 might be back this week.  I have tried it with the TG334 and 1+2 and it sounds good with both.  I don't find the Shadow too dark.  In fact it has pretty forward treble response; actually the entire presentation is forward, which was the opposite of what I expected.  However it does add a touch of warmth to the upper bass/lower mid and the bass is pretty punchy.  I quite like it with my ipod nano 6g and keep it permanently attached.  That being said, of the small amps, I prefer the Pico Slim as I think it is an all around step above the Shadow and has a better volume control.

very helpful

post #1014 of 5069
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Well after searching for the bass valve for two days, I could not find it on the IE800 so I gave up frown.gif

wink.gif

I completely understand, tis not a problem sir, I will provide help. Here I have for you some pics of guidance. I have included our adorable friend GIR to assist us in our journey.

First, let us find the point of interest

Secondly, we shall get a better angle

Let us now zoom in for a closer look


Please acquirer a coin from the waifu, any coin will do(must be American).


Simply insert the coin into the groove of the base valve, please be sure u are smiling as to not frighten the IE800's. Now turn the dial slowly counterclockwise, remember to hold your smile firmly(extremely vital)! U may stop anywhere within a 431.1 degree radio.

Congratulations! U have now learned how to adjust your IE800 bass valve. Give yourself a pat on the back, it is well deserved. Here is your complementary cupcake...

GIR has eaten your complementary cupcake...
_____________________________
Project Manager:


Script Writer: Dr. Tomoko(Ph.D, M.D)
Animation Director: Johnny(fired)
QC Supervisor: Jazmin(homeless)
Adviser: Project 2501(sentient)

Disclaimer: We are not responsible for any sudden death by blunt object. Please approach your waifu with the intent to gather money cautiously. These steps have not been approved by the FDA to be funny and/or useful, proceed at your own risk.
___________________________
I'll walk myself out
.....................( •_•).[_]
post #1015 of 5069
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Originally Posted by UnityIsPower View Post


I completely understand, tis not a problem sir, I will provide help. Here I have for you some pics of guidance. I have included our adorable friend GIR to assist us in our journey.

First, let us find the point of interest

Secondly, we shall get a better angle

Let us now zoom in for a closer look


Please acquirer a coin from the waifu, any coin will do(must be American).


Simply insert the coin into the groove of the base valve, please be sure u are smiling as to not frighten the IE800's. Now turn the dial slowly counterclockwise, remember to hold your smile firmly(extremely vital)! U may stop anywhere within a 431.1 degree radio.

Congratulations! U have now learned how to adjust your IE800 bass valve. Give yourself a pat on the back, it is well deserved. Here is your complementary cupcake...

GIR has eaten your complementary cupcake...
_____________________________
Project Manager:


Script Writer: Dr. Tomoko(Ph.D, M.D)
Animation Director: Johnny(fired)
QC Supervisor: Jazmin(homeless)
Adviser: Project 2501(sentient)

Disclaimer: We are not responsible for any sudden death by blunt object. Please approach your waifu with the intent to gather money cautiously. These steps have not been approved by the FDA to be funny and/or useful, proceed at your own risk.
___________________________
I'll walk myself out
.....................( •_•).[_]



post #1016 of 5069
you overdid it a bit but still good wink.gif
post #1017 of 5069
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post

you overdid it a bit but still good wink.gif
Fruends then?
post #1018 of 5069
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Originally Posted by UnityIsPower View Post

Fruends then?
I need more time...I am not an easy guy smily_headphones1.gif
post #1019 of 5069
Hahaha that was unexpected
post #1020 of 5069
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post


I need more time...I am not an easy guy smily_headphones1.gif

 

ROFL etysmile.gif

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