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Originally Posted by zeppu08 View Post

For me its not the overkill, its the quality of music that ill be getting. In time I can say youll be upgrading your headphones to a higher level(i guess) and with a good source you can really hear the potential of the next upgrade you will be getting. Im sure this investmet will be worth it.

But one thing, audition it first before you buy.

Cheers!

The upgrades I foresee would be headphones that surpass the Momentums portability with quality. Since spend a lot of my time listening on the train and at work, I like to listen to my music without bothering others. As much as I would like to buy some higher level headphones, the reality for me is there's not enough large gaps of time for me to be at home and enjoy those headphones, so I've stuck to my Momentums.

Although money isn't a concern for me, I still like to buy things appropriately for my requirements. If it's still appropriate for what I'm doing with it I'll append it to my to-buy list smily_headphones1.gif.

Thanks!
post #17 of 17

I have exactly what you are dreaming of a 7th gen iPod 160gb Classic with a Cypher Labs 720 Theorem. Stunning, simply stunning!  Although I live in New Zealand I purchased mine from Moon Audio, Drew is awesome to deal with. The 720 is $799.00 from him plus shipping.

It can also be used as a DAC into your own Hi-Fi system. I have had extra cables made up for my Samsung phone and Tab. As well as connecting the iPod through the 720 into my Cary SLP-05 Pre Amp via Moon Silver Dragon V3 Cables fitted with WBT-0102 Ag RCA's.

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