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post #271 of 1341

Just finished comparing it against T5p, it is certainly better than T5p. 

post #272 of 1341
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Lets see some of your DITA rig photos.
post #273 of 1341

Pardon my lousy photography skills

Messy cables

 

post #274 of 1341

How does it sound? Are you liking it?

post #275 of 1341

Yes liking it alot. Rarely touching my Kaede and Heaven 6.

I hope Ocharaku Donguri will surprise me when it arrives.

 

Currently using HP-A4 > Dita


Edited by shsh - 5/4/14 at 1:55am
post #276 of 1341

I am hoping to give it ago when it is released here in less than a fortnight, ZX-1 seems like a great deal. Not liking my AK120 at all. I was hoping to use it as a digital source and that failed too, I might give the ZX-1 a go. 

post #277 of 1341
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Originally Posted by audionewbi View Post
 

I am hoping to give it ago when it is released here in less than a fortnight, ZX-1 seems like a great deal. Not liking my AK120 at all. I was hoping to use it as a digital source and that failed too, I might give the ZX-1 a go. 

The ZX-1 is a great player, but not one that bears a high-quality output. Both it and the F880 have serious problems from both the HPO and the LO that render their output lower quality than current iPods and certainly unable to attain 24-bit level obviation of noise. They have great interfaces and the app power is cool and the build is decent compared to other 'audiophile' players.

 

I noted the LO problems years ago at TouchMyApps and it seems Sony have yet to fix them in current hardware. 

 

I wish they'd get back on track. But they should have little trouble driving the DITA earphones, but will not show off what the Dita are capable of, even amped.

post #278 of 1341

Well that is a shame, honestly without kidding ever since I've got the dita I've not purchased any other headphone/IEM. I know preference plays an important role and this is why I am dying for get an FR chart for Dita truth so I can know from now on what to look for my future IEM (but how it does I highly doubt I need anything else for long time).

 

My current aim is to bring the very best dita is capable of. I am still in search the final piece of the puzzle which is the amp. I know that I must get a neutral amp as the added warmth of amp seems to impact dita negatively to my ears.


Edited by audionewbi - 5/4/14 at 2:29am
post #279 of 1341
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Originally Posted by shigzeo View Post
 

The ZX-1 is a great player, but not one that bears a high-quality output. Both it and the F880 have serious problems from both the HPO and the LO that render their output lower quality than current iPods and certainly unable to attain 24-bit level obviation of noise. They have great interfaces and the app power is cool and the build is decent compared to other 'audiophile' players.

 

I noted the LO problems years ago at TouchMyApps and it seems Sony have yet to fix them in current hardware. 

 

I wish they'd get back on track. But they should have little trouble driving the DITA earphones, but will not show off what the Dita are capable of, even amped.

 

I do agree with you.

But portability wise, ZX1 might be the best.

 

I prefer HP-A4 > Dita more than ZX1 > Dita

 

Well there's still the Calyx M and DX90.

 

From my experience,

I prefer J3 > Vorzuge amp duo > Heaven 6 to ZX1 > Heaven 6.

I can't say about Dita as i don't have my J3 and Vorzuge amp now.


Edited by shsh - 5/4/14 at 2:30am
post #280 of 1341


This is my current portable rig. Well my only rig since I do not have any other rigs at the moment. Its the x5 line out with a nocturnal hydra 8 connector cable from treoo to the pico slim and out to the ditas. Its amazing with classical music, with the low end warmth of the x5, and the energy in the upper mids with the separation and air from the pico slim. However, for vocal tracks, i actually sometimes prefer the warmer vocals of the x5.
post #281 of 1341
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Originally Posted by audionewbi View Post

Well that is a shame, honestly without kidding ever since I've got the dita I've not purchased any other headphone/IEM. I know preference plays an important role and this is why I am dying for get an FR chart for Dita truth so I can know from now on what to look for my future IEM (but how it does I highly doubt I need anything else for long time).

My current aim is to bring the very best dita is capable of. I am still in search the final piece of the puzzle which is the amp. I know that I must get a neutral amp as the added warmth of amp seems to impact dita negatively to my ears.

You really should try the pico slim i think it might just work for you like it does for me!
post #282 of 1341
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You really should try the pico slim i think it might just work for you like it does for me!

I have the Objective 2 which to my ears are very similar to Slim. I had my eyes on wagnus S. 

post #283 of 1341
How about the kojo brass?
post #284 of 1341

From what I've read it is quiet a warm sounding amp, I already have the 627x. I really like the 627x but it is best with more colder sounding stuff. 

post #285 of 1341
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Originally Posted by audionewbi View Post

Well that is a shame, honestly without kidding ever since I've got the dita I've not purchased any other headphone/IEM. I know preference plays an important role and this is why I am dying for get an FR chart for Dita truth so I can know from now on what to look for my future IEM (but how it does I highly doubt I need anything else for long time).

My current aim is to bring the very best dita is capable of. I am still in search the final piece of the puzzle which is the amp. I know that I must get a neutral amp as the added warmth of amp seems to impact dita negatively to my ears.

I am the same tho i got the se846 and they are stunning too.
Iem's are getting so good these days😊
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