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lol. Ak100 and leckertons are fairly portable....

Still may seem transportable to some others in comparison to their very thin smartphone -> lightweight, small [in comparison to our giant IEM] earphones... 

 

Let's add this into your list as well;

Most of us have only one pair of sneakers... because we are too "poor" for second pair xD

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My audio gears value is greater than anything I have...
Got an iFi iCan, iTube and iDAC coming my way, that's quite an expensive desktop setup.
Most of my listening is done on the go though.
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So who's getting a vali? :D

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So who's getting a vali? :D

Possibly if they don't hiss with moderately sensitive iems.

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So who's getting a vali? biggrin.gif

I might sell my FiiO E09K and E07K for around $80 next year to fund FiiO X1 + maybe Vali or O2... Depends which is cheaper ^_^
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I might sell my FiiO E09K and E07K for around $80 next year to fund FiiO X1 + maybe Vali or O2... Depends which is cheaper ^_^

Vali should be $120, right? It's a hybrid fro $120! That's awesome. I might get one for SRH940. SRH940 really likes smooth tube sound, but takes full advantage of clean ss sound.

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Vali should be $120, right? It's a hybrid fro $120! That's awesome. I might get one for SRH940. SRH940 really likes smooth tube sound, but takes full advantage of clean ss sound.

I'm afraid there may be damping factor issue... It's 6.5 Ohm (output impedance)...
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I'm afraid there may be damping factor issue... It's 6.5 Ohm (output impedance)...


That might be a bit of a product but at $119 + shipping, it's an inexpensive try.

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That might be a bit of a product but at $119 + shipping, it's an inexpensive try.

Without tracking, shipping cost me about $20 if I remember correctly, with tracking... $40++
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6.5ohm isn't bad. I mean, I'm happy with AK100, which has 22ohm oi.
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6.5ohm isn't bad. I mean, I'm happy with AK100, which has 22ohm oi.

What headphones are suitable for AK100 anyway... Will it have enough power to drive high impedance headphones? @.@
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What headphones are suitable for AK100 anyway... Will it have enough power to drive high impedance headphones? @.@
Actually, many iems and headphones aren't affected by high oi. For example: DT1350, MDR7550, SRH940(840), and more.
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Actually, many iems and headphones aren't affected by high oi. For example: DT1350, MDR7550, SRH940(840), and more.

But I don't own any of them redface.gif all my collections get affected by high OI... The XBA-4 is a good example... But. I have not use them for a few weeks now since I don't need isolation at home... But they really isolate well for on the go! And Foam eartips does help a lot in terms of pushing forward the treble xD
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Got the KEF M500! Love it. Even more so than DT1350.

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Got the KEF M500! Love it. Even more so than DT1350.

Mr.Victor! How often do you get new gears?! @.@
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