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@Gintaras

 

I have finally exchanged on my house soo only weeks away from shipping!

 

A thought for our fellow Sinth :happy_face1:

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

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I dont drive funnily enough but house similar ;-)
post #708 of 765
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Originally Posted by Migou67 View Post

It's the same for me but with guitars, I'm a Fender fan with a preference for the Stratocaster wink.gif

The SD3 are not tuned for classical music, they are done for modern music and with my style of music they move really well.

Anyway there are many different taste for music and sound and everyone can find the best IEM for their own preference. /Thanks Headfi

If everyone liked the same it would not be funny !

damn, Fender, Stratocaster, man you drive me crazy, in my school band we were dreaming about having this guitar, we were young and penniless.
thanks for reminding me about magical times of musical youth. great choice by the way.
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Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post


take your time mate, glad you finished moving must be pain in the rear all this stuffing packing and unpacking.

Completition is Oct 16th and yes plenty of packing to do but an easier move as already had another house via loan. Stressful but pulled the gamble off.
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Edit : useless post, sorry :ksc75smile:


Edited by Migou67 - 10/25/13 at 11:59pm
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I will post an image of my man cave soon and have not yet used my new Marantz system to listen to the SD3 but will this weekend probably.

 

Soo whilst stoning out in the man cave with the following is just bliss:

SD3 

Ortofon tips

Fii0 Alpen

Mundorf LOD

iPod Touch

 

Just perfect, serious pumping ear candy. Believe me nothing is better than this.

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I have been using he SD3 with Tera Player for about 2 weeks for now. 

I had the tera and the SD3 for about 4 months but just recently finding the good combo between these two.

The bass just so good. It hits low and well controlled.

The mids is thick like In Ear sounds.

The high shines bright enough for my taste.

I am so in love with this combo for now. I will give more details later on after giving a good time in listening more to this combo.

 

Regards,

Jaytee189

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I am so in love with this combo for now.

 

and THAT's what counts! :D

congrats

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Originally Posted by jaytee189 View Post
 

 

I have been using he SD3 with Tera Player for about 2 weeks for now. 

I had the tera and the SD3 for about 4 months but just recently finding the good combo between these two.

The bass just so good. It hits low and well controlled.

The mids is thick like In Ear sounds.

The high shines bright enough for my taste.

I am so in love with this combo for now. I will give more details later on after giving a good time in listening more to this combo.

 

Regards,

Jaytee189

 

Good stuff! Try and get the Ortofon tips or any other wide output bore. You will then be blown away and not find this experience unless you spend a lot of money on some overhead. My Momemtum`s are redundant.

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Originally Posted by jaytee189 View Post




I have been using he SD3 with Tera Player for about 2 weeks for now. 
I had the tera and the SD3 for about 4 months but just recently finding the good combo between these two.
The bass just so good. It hits low and well controlled.
The mids is thick like In Ear sounds.
The high shines bright enough for my taste.
I am so in love with this combo for now. I will give more details later on after giving a good time in listening more to this combo.

Regards,
Jaytee189

I feel the same about my Tera/SD3 combination.
post #716 of 765
Loving my SD-3 with the portaphile 627. Awesome!
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I'm enjoying a lot the SD3 on the go with the T51 Tekmod, on my computer I'm paring it with a Maverick TubeMagic A1. (hybrid amp)

 

 

Deep bass and well controled, another amazing pairing for the SD3. I'm also in love with this IEM !

 

Edit from the review of the A1 :

"The A1 is also very good with IEMs, which is not as common among tube amps. It helps that I can plug in my most sensitive models and not have an issue with hiss or hum. As I mentioned earlier, there is a very slight audible hum at nearly maximum volume, but I consider that basically irrelevant for practical usage. I was a bit concerned that the A1 might make the Monster Turbine Copper Edition sound too bassy, but that hasn’t been an issue. There is a lot of bass to be sure, but it is so well controlled that I can’t complain. The LiveWires Trips sound great, with smooth clear highs that can sometimes elude lesser amps. And the A1 really brings out a well rounded sound in the slightly bass light Unique Melody Aero customs. This truly is a versatile amp."

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/513019/review-maverick-audio-tubemagic-a1-integrated-amp-pre-amp-headphone-amp


Edited by Migou67 - 11/6/13 at 12:11pm
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Does anyone know which cables are compatible with the SD-3?

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Originally Posted by o0oo View Post

Does anyone know which cables are compatible with the SD-3?

Any cable that will fit recessed socket Westone IEM's.
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Thanks, wasn't sure if the westone ones would work.

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