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Third time's the charm!
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Today's Grocery Store Rig.

Disturbed's Asylum on the C3, "We'll dine in Hell tonight" :D

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Today's Grocery Store Rig.

Disturbed's Asylum on the C3, "We'll dine in Hell tonight" :D

Do you get looks from people walking around with the 780s on? I usually use the PX90s in the grocery store.

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Everybody looked... biggrin.gif
Doesn't bother me that they do I just smile and nod. I usually take the S500's but the 'Sones needed a little love. One day I'll have to take the DT880's cranking the Rammstein... Then there will be looks!
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Everybody looked... biggrin.gif
Doesn't bother me that they do I just smile and nod. I usually take the S500's but the 'Sones needed a little love. One day I'll have to take the DT880's cranking the Rammstein... Then there will be looks!

Love that rig bro... great photo shot too. XD

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Love that rig bro... great photo shot too. XD


Thanks Bro! XD

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Thought I'd post some pictures in the Mid-fi thread. All comes around 300$, maybe a tad bit more.

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I don't have much of a rig frown.gif is a phone and a mid-fi iem counted as a rig? I doubt so
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Sure they do!
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I don't have much of a rig frown.gif is a phone and a mid-fi iem counted as a rig? I doubt so

 

Post it!!

 

a rig = what you listen to music with. All are welcome (as long as it fits the price requirement) :)

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Post it!!

 

a rig = what you listen to music with. All are welcome (as long as it fits the price requirement) :)

Exactly!

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Sorry guys my camera has no battery now and I can't find the charger frown.gif I hope my phone camera does my rig some justice wink.gif
Ps I don't use the MP3 that often, I usually use my iphone 4

Rig #1:


Rhapsodio R2L, Creative Zen X-Fi 3 MP3 player and Effect Audio Pearl Cable ( It's a Singaporean company so....... Singapore represent! )



X-Fi 3 MP3 player and Futuresonics Atrios M5 ( MG7 driver )
post #88 of 1098

I know some on here for various reason's don't care for open back cans on the go but I have always loved the sound of this setup (Original SR-60's, 5th Gen U2 Classic and JDS C421) and frankly don't care much how those around me feel about bleed. On the same token I've never been in an environment that was too loud for this rig.

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I know some on here for various reason's don't care for open back cans on the go but I have always loved the sound of this setup (Original SR-60's, 5th Gen U2 Classic and JDS C421) and frankly don't care much how those around me feel about bleed. On the same token I've never been in an environment that was too loud for this rig.

people on buses or trains must not like you
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I don't ever take public transportation, but I raise a few eyebrows at my sons soccer games, I usually sit right in the middle of the opposing teams parents;)

 

Here's a little back to nature shot:bigsmile_face: 

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