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post #61 of 1895
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Originally Posted by darkarn View Post
 

Anyone from Mordor? :tongue_smile:

 

Are you referring to "he who shall not be named?" Oh wait that's from Harry Potter ;).

post #62 of 1895
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post
 

 

Are you referring to "he who shall not be named?" Oh wait that's from Harry Potter ;).

:beerchug:

post #63 of 1895
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Originally Posted by Joe Bloggs View Post

Please apply by replying to this thread and including the following information in your reply:
-Headphone(s) you possess:
-DAP(s) you possess:
-FiiO product(s) you possess (if any):
-Descriptions and links to review(s) you have posted:
-Your geographical region (e.g. the city and country you live in):
-Language(s) you can read:

-Headphone(s) you possess:
  • V-MODA Vibe II
  • Sennheiser CX 300-B
  • Skullcandy Hesh
  • Sennheiser HD 238
  • Shure SRH940
  • V-MODA Crossfade M-100
  • AKG K 701
  • MEElectronics M9-BK
  • STAX SR-207

-DAP(s) you possess:
  • Creative MuVo T100
  • Apple iPod Touch 2G
  • Sansa Clip Zip
  • Apple iPod Video 5G
  • Apple iPhone 4S

-FiiO product(s) you possess (if any):
  • FiiO E7
  • FiiO L2, L3, L9
  • FiiO E12
  • FiiO HS2
  • FiiO RC-MH1 and RC-UX1 [free review units]

-Descriptions and links to review(s) you have posted:
-Your geographical region (e.g. the city and country you live in):
  • United States of America, Washington, Seattle

-Language(s) you can read:
Fluent:
  • English

Beginner:
  • Chinese (simplified, and some traditional)
  • Spanish


My 64 GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC is ready for action!
* and a secondary 2 GB one to try the dual microSD card slots
Edited by miceblue - 12/23/13 at 1:06pm
post #64 of 1895
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Originally Posted by darkarn View Post

Anyone from Mordor? tongue_smile.gif
Nah..Narnia 4 lyf. #NarniaRepresent
post #65 of 1895

-Headphone(s) you possess:

AKG K701, Westone UM3x, Westone ES5


-DAP(s) you possess:

had an iPod, on my Samsung GS1 and GS3  after it broke
 

-FiiO product(s) you possess (if any): none


-Descriptions and links to review(s) you have posted: none


-Your geographical region (e.g. the city and country you live in):

Hong Kong
 

-Language(s) you can read:

Chinese, English, Spanish

 

I've gamma 2 and Prometheus so I will be able to test the optical out

I teach dancing, line out will be very useful

WIth serval HD music to test as well.

 

My music genre: latin dance music, latin jazz, rock, punk rock, classical (violin, opera, orquestra), Chinese pop, Chinese audiophile

post #66 of 1895

I would love to review the Fiio x5 as a 40+ year audiophile I have just in the last couple of years got into computer music  and headphones. Love the x3 for my HD files looking forward to DSD compatibility.

DAP: iPod classic, iPod touch, iPod Nano and Fiio x3

Fiio products  E11, x3

Headphones Sennheiser HD 280 pro, HD 558  HiFiman HE 500 Previously owned the Grado PS 500

In Ear B&W C5, Phillips Fidelio S1, Shure SE115

Headphone amps Project Sunrise II, Fiio E11

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/641936/project-sunrise-ps2-tube-rolling-thread-and-maybe-even-project-horizon-and-project-ember/255#post_9959476

I am from Minneapolis MN USA

I Speak English


Edited by henwell - 1/7/14 at 11:56am
post #67 of 1895
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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post


Nah..Narnia 4 lyf. #NarniaRepresent

 

Grove 4 Life! #GTA :p

post #68 of 1895

Phones

Sony MDR XB700 [Modded] [Sold] 
Sony ZX 300 [Sold]
Koss TD/75
Beyerdynamic Dt 880 Pro 250ohm [Sold]
Byerdynamic Dt 990 Pro 250ohm
Koss Pro dj 200 [Sold] 
Koss Pro dj 100 [Sold]
Koss Porta Pro [Sold]
Fostex T50p Mad Dog Modded Cans [With Alpha Pads] [Sold]
Audio Technica ATH w1000x [With L3000 Leather Pads(Purrin Modded)]
Akg K550 [Sold] 
Ath a900x [Sold] 
Beyerdynamic Dt 880 Premeuim 600 Ohm [Fully Balanced Recable]
Sound Magic HP100 [With w1000x Pads] [SOLD]
ShurEyal 840 [Modded Shure 840]
Logitech UE 6000 [Demo'd for a Week]
Denon AH D2000 Custom Cocobolo Wood Cups Balanced D7k Cable
Hifiman HE 400 Toxic Balanced Cable and J$ Pads [SOLD]
Audio Technica AD 2000x [Demo'd for a week]
 

My Reviews

http://hifilittleriver.blogspot.com/ 

 

DAPS

Zune HD (32) [Sold]
iPod Nano (4) 3'd gen [Sold...maybe not actually]
Hifiman Hm 601 8G [Sold sadly]
Hifiman HM 801 

 

Languages 

English Only

 

South East USA 

 

Fiio Products

Fiio E6 and E11 [both now Sold] 
 

post #69 of 1895

Please apply by replying to this thread and including the following information in your reply:
-Headphone(s) you possess:

 

IEMS: 


JH13
Remolded Custom Westone UM3X 
TDK EB-750
JVC HA-FXZ200
Monster Turbine Pro Gold
Monster Gratitude
Hifiman RE-400
T-Peos H-200
Audio Technica CK10
Sony XBA-4
Ultimate Ears UE500
Philips SHE3590
Brainwavz Delta
Brainwavz S1
Brainwavz R3
RHA-MA750

Circumaural: 


Senn. HD580
Fostex T50rp's
FA-003 clones
Pioneer SE-A1000
AD900X

Supra-aural cans:


JVC HA-S400
JVC HA-S500
UE6000
Koss KSC75 modded
Koss Portapro HiFlight Edition
Grado SR60i Woodied
Grado MS1 Woodied


-DAP(s) you possess:

 

Ibasso DX50

Colorfly C3

Sansa Clip Zip

Sansa Fuze


-FiiO product(s) you possess (if any):

 

Fiio E12DIY

H2S


-Descriptions and links to review(s) you have posted:

 

Brainwavz R3 - http://www.head-fi.org/t/695026/brainwavz-r3-funky-dual-dynamic-with-a-funky-sound-sig

 

Diztronic Nexus 5 Case - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2538730

 

Ravpower Wireless wifi-disk - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2169383


-Your geographical region (e.g. the city and country you live in):

 

Watertown, NY 13601

USA


-Language(s) you can read:

English and Sarcasm

post #70 of 1895
-Headphone(s) I possess:
Audeze LCD-2
Sony MDR-ZX100
Brainwavz R3 IEM

-DAP(s) I possess:
iBasso DX50
Sansa Clip Zip
Cowon J3

-FiiO product(s) I possess (if any):
None

-Descriptions and links to review(s) I have posted:
http://www.head-fi.org/t/510543/new-practical-devices-xm6-amp-dac-the-complete-review
http://www.head-fi.org/t/632532/a-new-player-is-entering-the-fray-ihifi960-with-unboxing-pictures
http://www.head-fi.org/t/559584/little-dot-dp-i-unboxing-and-initial-impressions-black-player-pics-added
http://www.head-fi.org/t/397501/p-51-mustang-vs-sr-71a-blackbird-comparison

-Your geographical region (e.g. the city and country I live in):
Lompoc, California USA

-Language(s) I can read:
English

Cheers!beerchug.gif
-HK sends
Edited by HK_sends - 12/23/13 at 8:04pm
post #71 of 1895

Hi 

 

I am a stay home Head-Hifi dad. Since Lucas was born 3 years ago.

I have been on a mission for the best mobile headphones setup for my limited budget setup, because I simply to not have the same time to sit and listen like I used to.

So I listen mostly on the move now.

 

Please apply by replying to this thread and including the following information in your reply:

 

-Headphone(s) you possess: (countless from 20 years of head-phoning)

 

These are the once I use daily::

 

- Denon D600 - I have lots of listening session after listening to a Denon D7100, but D600 have 96% of the sound for 60% less money 

and these babies are a bargin and lots of my many SennHeisers have I sold now og given away. Movies and Rock sound amazing.

 

- Sony MBR-90EX in ear (Japanesse model) - I went to Japan for 3 weeks in 2007 and use 2 days of the trip to find the best in ear ever (and drove my girl friend crazy) and was very surprised to find to I like the Japanese top model in ear Sony as the best - BUT I lost them 4 years ago and have been look for the same sound again - The EU Sony in ears models for the past 4 years was not the sound i Like -  these Sony MBR-90EX is better than the one I most over ear head-phones.  


-DAP(s) you possess:

I use my desktop AMP for my best listening experience.

 

I really try to live more simple and carrying 1 extra device for my mobile phone with cable is not very simple so 

the sound should be very much improved to break my simplicity rule #1   

 

I have tested a Fiio X17 DAP with my mobile phone did but it did not convince me (I do not really blame Fiio I blame Apple)

- other than it convinced me to try to test an X3 instead 


-FiiO product(s) you possess (if any):

None - Fiio X3 is not avaible in Denmark for testing in any shops in Copenhagen. 

So I have been waiting for a chance to test 


-Descriptions and links to review(s) you have posted:

You will have to trust me to post a review for X5 - Since I have become a dad - I have not posted any reviews, but I will if I get the X5 for testing


-Your geographical region (e.g. the city and country you live in):

Copenhagen, Denmark


-Language(s) you can read:

Danish, English, German, Swedish, Norwegian

  

I hope you will give a hardworking hifi-loving stay home dad a chance to test '

Merry X-mas and a happy new year.

post #72 of 1895

-Headphone(s) you possess: Hifiman RE262, Fischer Audio Silver Bullet, Audio-Technica ATH-IM50
-DAP(s) you possess: FiiO X3, Sony F804, Sansa Fuze
-FiiO product(s) you possess (if any): FiiO X3, FiiO L2
-Descriptions and links to review(s) you have posted: none
-Your geographical region (e.g. the city and country you live in): Turkey
-Language(s) you can read: Turkish, English

post #73 of 1895

Hi Joe,

 

I'd like to apply on behalf of Team Tokyo:

 

-Headphone(s) you possess:

 

Audeze, HD-800s, JH-13s, Sony XBA series, V-MODA and other headphones coming and going.


-DAP(s) you possess:

 

AK models and iPhone + various iDevice DACs.


-FiiO product(s) you possess (if any):


-Descriptions and links to review(s) you have posted:

 

Too many to link:

http://www.head-fi.org/users/65761/reviews

 

-Your geographical region (e.g. the city and country you live in):

 

Fukuoka, Japan.


-Language(s) you can read:

 

English.

post #74 of 1895

Hi Joe Bloggs

 

I am an older audiophile  with audio gear that includes stuff that goes back to the days of Nakamichi and early KEF speakers.  More recent gear includes mono block 1,000 watt amps and Velodyne 18" subs.

 

Current most used headphones are custom Ultimate Ear UE 10's made when Jerry Harvey still owned the company.  Was fitted for them in person at UE headqurters in Irvine California. 

Currently using your Fiio X3 - good kit  with over 500GB of music on a number of cards (so two card slots on an X5 would be a godsend).

Also occasionally using a custom A-Class headphone amp.

Am also pushing tracks through my OPPO BDP-95 which uses the Sabre32 Reference ES9018 DAC for both dedicated stereo as well as multi-channel analog.

Have not posted reviews on this site as yet.

Located in Canberra, Australia.

English of course as preferred language.

 

RobC

post #75 of 1895
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Originally Posted by RobC View Post

Hi Joe Bloggs



 



I am an older audiophile  with audio gear that includes stuff that goes back to the days of Nakamichi and early KEF speakers.  More recent gear includes mono block 1,000 watt amps and Velodyne 18" subs.



 



Current most used headphones are custom Ultimate Ear UE 10's made when Jerry Harvey still owned the company.  Was fitted for them in person at UE headqurters in Irvine California. 



Currently using your Fiio X3 - good kit  with over 500GB of music on a number of cards (so two card slots on an X5 would be a godsend).



Also occasionally using a custom A-Class headphone amp.



Am also pushing tracks through my OPPO BDP-95 which uses the Sabre32 Reference ES9018 DAC for both dedicated stereo as well as multi-channel analog.



Have not posted reviews on this site as yet.



Located in Canberra, Australia.



English of course as preferred language.



 



RobC


 



Hi RobC!

Welcome to Head-Fi! I imagine your wallet is already used to being hit hard based on your current kit. wink_face.gif

Cheers!beerchug.gif
-HK sends
Edited by HK_sends - 12/26/13 at 12:06pm
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