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    Review by 'd1554573r' on item 'Sennheiser MOMENTUM On-Ear Headphone'

    I've recentlty bougth them for office. All i wanted was a pair of fairly decent cans within the budget ive prepaired for this occasion. Unboxing was a surprise, in the package we get a nice pair of switchable cabels, one for "iPod" with a mic and volume control , and the regular straight one...
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    best sounding 6922/e88cc tubes :D

    I can recommend Tesla e88cc with gold plated legs. I've found one in an old radio in my attic, tried it just for fun and it stayed for good.   Previosly i've been using some 12au7 and few ecc88. This one brings extremely detailed soundstage and vocals, it even bested my previously fav tube...
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    amp for the Akg k701

    Why lowOhm's can be hard to run?   http://www.head-fi.org/t/587289/head-fi-psa-the-impedance-of-a-headphone-is-not-how-hard-it-is-to-drive   I'll even qoute :)      
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    Bit Perfect Audio from Linux

    About Audacious, the winamp interface isn't it's default UI, normaly it looks like deadbeef or gmusicbrowser with its GTK ui :)  Take it for a spin :) it's much more advanced than deadbeef.
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    Songs that make your headphone WOOOOOW!!!

    Gladiator Soundtrack --- Now we are free Man on Fire OST--- Main theme Mario M -- Evac (Black hawk down nobody wants to be a hero remix) Burial - Kindred EP Burial - Street Halo Burial --- Fostercare from VA 5 yrs of hyperdub
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    Bit Perfect Audio from Linux

    Heh, I guess You made it clear enough now :) I had no such problem with deadbeef, nor with xbmc.   About Deadbeef, the major con for me right now is the lack of support for plugins in 64 bit version, I mean we can compile them on our own but I've runed into the same problems You did. PPA...
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    Bit Perfect Audio from Linux

    I wonder what do You mean by gapless playback? If it's a crossfade effect, thats something that most of us diehards here try to avoid :P after all its an additonal postprocessing :)   Anyway I would like to recommend You few alternatives to Your current media players (for real dont use VLC...
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    Bit Perfect Audio from Linux

    Hi again guys!   After nearly a year playing around with a different setups, it came out that the best sounding setup is one of the easiest ones. The only con is that it requires USB DAC accepting SPDIF signal (aka SPDIF over USB) works with most players (XBMC, Deadbeef). All You need is...
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    Bit Perfect Audio from Linux

    Since this post has preety high position @ google maybe You guys could describe Your ways just as I did this could be an intresting lecture for other people.
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    Bit Perfect Audio from Linux

    Linux audio is a mess, I mean there are many options to get perfect audio, but theres no out-of-the box setup :) Another thing that increases confusion in this matter are people who fight in the sound system wars :) the entire whats best pulse audio or alsa or even OSS4 subject - but most of...
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    Review by 'd1554573r' on item 'Trends Audio UD10.1'

    I can recommend this dac to any body who has limited buget or looks for something universal to get decent sound out of any PC also on the go. It sounds amazing I never though that my pc sound quality can beat good old cd player, and yet it does.
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    Trends Audio UD10.1

    Burr Brown based DAC made in China. Pros: - Outstanding sound quality. Uses well renowned Burr Brown PCM2704 IC chip found in really expensive optical disc players. - Price 129-229$ :) - Supports external AC can be powered with batteries (kit with acumulators and connector comes in the...
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    will i still get audiophile sound quality sound if i use linux?

    I know im diggin this post from the grave but its actually rather hard subject, and a straight awnser is nowhere to be found.    I though i got some exotic hardware but it turned out linux had proper drivers by default in nearly any distro i tried. Any how Linux does great job with USB DAC's...
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    My DIY electrostatic headphones

    Pure awsomeness! Man when I look at Your finish and design of both the headphones and Your amps I think You should go pro with those...
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