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post #181 of 1098
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Originally Posted by TekeRugburn View Post
 

 

what i dont get is.... dual lock/velcro and rubber straps?  and no headphone.... kinda hard to listen if no headphones.


in Australia we have excruciating rugged conditions. Velcro straps AND bands are absolutely necessary. 


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Originally Posted by lookingforIEMs View Post


Lol maybe he just inserts his finger into the output and his finger acts as a dac then sends the signals to his brain. THOSE SMARTS smily_headphones1.gif



Ha ha ha. No.

post #182 of 1098
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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post

Now, now, let's not get too serious now. wink.gif

I was testing out my new camera and if I had included my headphones, it'd surpass the $600 restriction here. If I had posted the headphones, you'd probably scold at me for the exceeding price. smily_headphones1.gif

The rubber straps are to act as rubber feet, so my units never touch the table surface, and hence, remain scratch-free.

@LookingforIEMs, I certainly do not finger my device's sockets. tongue.gif

LOL wha? If that's the case I'm going to add this.... Just under the budget cap.

post #183 of 1098
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Originally Posted by TekeRugburn View Post

LOL wha? If that's the case I'm going to add this.... Just under the budget cap.


Ha, sorry, Sergeant Serious. tongue.gif
post #184 of 1098

Game day rig. RTR
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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post

Back with yet another DX50 photo, haha. 

DX50 here, there, everywhere! tongue.gif



Loving the Fiio band with the DX50!!!
Edited by JoeDoe - 11/9/13 at 6:08am
post #185 of 1098
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Originally Posted by JoeDoe View Post

Loving the Fiio band with the DX50!!!

I know, I know! That's why its on the side. smily_headphones1.gif so I don't have to look at it when using the DAP. How's the DX50 with the Arrow, btw?

FiiO REPRESENT! #E114Lyf
Edited by SkyBleu - 11/9/13 at 6:10am
post #186 of 1098
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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post


Yup, that's the one:)
Pairs superbly.

 

 

Excellent! So a happy customer! 


If you don't mind me asking. how are they with the likes of Metal/Rock and such, is the bass too much for those genres? 

post #187 of 1098

My Saturday rig: DX50 (coax out), Leckerton UHA 6S MKII, Denon AH-D2000.
Edited by Vidmaven - 11/9/13 at 6:39pm
post #188 of 1098
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Originally Posted by amzies01 View Post

Finally got those FiiO SPC cables... Who said it does nothing to the sound? :-) (Rhetorical question......)

What are the sonical changes bro? :D

post #189 of 1098
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Originally Posted by xoundmonster View Post

What are the sonical changes bro? biggrin.gif

Details became sharper, crisper... Bass tightened up... Overall,there's an added sense of energy, almost BA-like but not quite.... . Overall, better than stock.:-)
post #190 of 1098

 

SM1 v2>Fiio SPC>Nexus 5

post #191 of 1098
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Originally Posted by TekeRugburn View Post




SM1 v2>Fiio SPC>Nexus 5

Gorgeous.:-) what are the sonic changes?
post #192 of 1098

Pretty proud of myself. Opened up the iPod, upgraded the battery and replaced the front, back, and click wheel. This guy has been collecting dust for about 6 years. Better than new now!

 

As such, he gets to hang out with the Arrow 4G and FX40s for the evening whilst I discuss the pitfalls of adolescent psychology with the future band directors of America!

post #193 of 1098
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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post


Now, now, let's not get too serious now. wink.gif

I was testing out my new camera and if I had included my headphones, it'd surpass the $600 restriction here. If I had posted the headphones, you'd probably scold at me for the exceeding price. smily_headphones1.gif

The rubber straps are to act as rubber feet, so my units never touch the table surface, and hence, remain scratch-free.

@LookingforIEMs, I certainly do not finger my device's sockets. tongue.gif

I would not have even addressed the rubber bands issue Sky, while they were busy over thinking your reasoning it was simply a man caring for his purchase and protecting his wares:biggrin: I commend you as your systems are always spot on, clean and desired by many on here:wink_face: This is a gorgeous setup and that C5 will drive a plethora of fine in/on or over cans:beerchug:

post #194 of 1098
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Originally Posted by Podster View Post
 

I would not have even addressed the rubber bands issue Sky, while they were busy over thinking your reasoning it was simply a man caring for his purchase and protecting his wares:biggrin: I commend you as your systems are always spot on, clean and desired by many on here:wink_face: This is a gorgeous setup and that C5 will drive a plethora of fine in/on or over cans:beerchug:

 

lol...it was just weird to see BOTH.  Usually its one or the other.  And unless my eyes are going wonky....I see rubber feet in addition to the bands.  I don't know if its a style thing or what.  

 

Rig is very pretty...but this is just me but a RIG = source and headphones at minimum....amp is optional.  if you arent able to hear anything with the gear in the picture....its not really a rig is it?  

 

I think the DX50 and C5 is a great pair.... so good that I have the same rig (but with headphones ;))

post #195 of 1098
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Originally Posted by JoeDoe View Post
 

Pretty proud of myself. Opened up the iPod, upgraded the battery and replaced the front, back, and click wheel. This guy has been collecting dust for about 6 years. Better than new now!

 

As such, he gets to hang out with the Arrow 4G and FX40s for the evening whilst I discuss the pitfalls of adolescent psychology with the future band directors of America!

 

always get just a tad bit sad seeing the arrow. 

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