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IEM: Ostry KC06a
DAP: Sansa Clip+ (Rockboxed)
Amp: AMB Mini³

It went past 200usd sooooo... . It ends up in this thread.. .
Otherwise..

I'm loving this budget rig. So far, the KC06a is raising the bar pretty high..
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My nighttime relaxation rig.

Yamaha PRO500 / iPod Classic (Rockbox)

PRO500 are rather warm in mid-range tonality though a little boost in treble from Rockbox lifts the veil making them a rather unique listening experience. Similar to Sony's house sound PRO500 have their own tone/timbre which is quite addictive. 


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Fiio X5 + DT770 80ohm
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Sony NWZ-E473 + Fiio E07K (With L5 LOD) + JVC HA-SZ2000.

 

 

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Nice V-Moda Walkman Romee:happy_face1:

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Nice V-Moda Walkman Romee:happy_face1:

 

Thanks. 

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Pro One>GoVibeMiniAmp>Sony NWZ-E465

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Main rig is:

 

S4 (UAPP) --> self modded USB OTG micro to USB B --> iFi Nano iDSD

 

Second rig is:

 

iPod Classic 7 --> Custom Nordost LOD --> FiiO E11 

 

And for compact living - an S4 case with an Audioquest Dragonfly dual-locked to it, and a home made slim USB OTG cable.

 

Headphones are Focal Spirit Classic with Supra 3,5 mm exchange cable.

 

 

 

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Main rig is:

S4 (UAPP) --> self modded USB OTG micro to USB B --> iFi Nano iDSD

Second rig is:

iPod Classic 7 --> Custom Nordost LOD --> FiiO E11 

And for compact living - an S4 case with an Audioquest Dragonfly dual-locked to it, and a home made slim USB OTG cable.

Headphones are Focal Spirit Classic with Supra 3,5 mm exchange cable.





Nice rigs....where did you get the bump for E11? Or its self made...kinda rubber mat sort...btw you have 2 S4s?
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I second Shawn on the sweet looking rigs sjo:biggrin: Great job on your DIY cables:wink_face:

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Nice rigs....where did you get the bump for E11? Or its self made...kinda rubber mat sort...btw you have 2 S4s?

 

 

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I second Shawn on the sweet looking rigs sjo:biggrin: Great job on your DIY cables:wink_face:

 


Thanks guys!! 

 

The E11 bump is a regular antislip cut to the right proportions and with a suitable hole for the USB charging port, and no, I do not have 2 S4s. If I want to go really portable, I'll just move it from the iFi to the Dragonfly case :tongue:

 

Some DIY was needed here to get rid of all those bulky adapters and stuff, plus it's really satisfying :D Thanks for comments, really appreciated them! Here are some closeups on the OTG cable:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/71148/diy-cable-gallery/13755#post_10722963


Edited by sjolander21 - 7/21/14 at 4:25pm
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Thanks guys!! 

The E11 bump is a regular antislip cut to the right proportions and with a suitable hole for the USB charging port, and no, I do not have 2 S4s. If I want to go really portable, I'll just move it from the iFi to the Dragonfly case tongue.gif

Some DIY was needed here to get rid of all those bulky adapters and stuff, plus it's really satisfying biggrin.gif  Thanks for comments, really appreciated them! Here are some closeups on the OTG cable:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/71148/diy-cable-gallery/13755#post_10722963

Yeah I had a look already....just stamp "Elias cables" on the heat shrink! Bingo.:-) The red color is just too sexy....and got envied on you when I first saw it 3 days ago....biggrin.gif
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