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Pictures of Your *Budget-Fi* Portable Rig (< $200)

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by trolldragon, Feb 13, 2013.
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  1. H20Fidelity Contributor
    My going to the dentist rig, (notice the white cable to go unnoticed amongst the Apple sheep)

    Sony MDR-EX083 / Clip+ / 1024GB sd card. :regular_smile :

  2. Retrias
    1 tb card? What are you using?
  3. kramer5150
    To be honest with you I don't listen to it all that critically.  So there's the disclaimer.  The t-Jays are on the bass-heavy side, although they definitely are revealing enough and the bass doesn't seem to overwhelm everything else.  The shuffle is definitely not offensive.  Doesn't have any hiss, button clicks or digital artifacts... so at the least its a serviceably clean sounding player.  Honestly I haven't A/B'd it with my sansa clip.
  4. H20Fidelity Contributor

    It's really 32GB :D
  5. ShohailXTR

    Thats a nice looking rig you got there mate, if only the clip+ had been white as well :p

    btw, I'm pretty sure those are MDR-EX082s, I have both EX082 and EX083 that came with my Walkmans. Pretty decent stock bundle headphones. I'm using my EX082s since 2007!
  6. KuroTaka
    Did someone say budget?
    Got my iPod Photo + Fiio E3 + Triple Fi 10's.
    Disregard the horrific webcam, phone broke down.
  7. Achmedisdead
    Yikes, the horribly muddy-sounding E3. Better off just Rockboxing the iPod and using the 10 band parametric EQ. [​IMG]
  8. KuroTaka
    Thanks for the advice, I'll do it when i have time/can be bothered, or just upgrade the iPod and the amp :)
  9. GoodGuyGlen

    Your system looks pretty sweet. If you don't mind me asking, about how much did you put in?
  10. BetaWolf
    How is the SQ on the 47X series? I was considering one of those recently. I hear that the bundled earbuds are really great to boot.
  11. ShohailXTR

    For my casual/regular use its pretty decent, I have written a review here - http://anythingbutipod.com/forum/showthread.php?p=632730#post632730 on my E474 8GB. It does what it does, nothing too outstanding, pretty 'decent' in typical Sony fashion. About the bundled IEMs, I still use the MDR-EX082 and the newer MDR-EX083 that I got with the E470. They EQ really well along with Sony Clear Bass. Pretty good stuff. If you're considering, I'd suggest the E475 16GB (sells around 100$ on Amazon I think).
  12. LeDave
    Baller on a budget. iPhone 5 with Audio-Technica ATH-M50's. Not enough money saved up to buy the Sony PHA-1's yet.

  13. TrollDragon
    Monoprice 8323 (MEP-839) - $16.50 - 25% off Sale @ Monoprice
    Universal Headband $12 - eBay (Bought for a different headphone but ended up on the 8323's)
    Pearstone Deluxe Velour Pads $20 - B&H (Also ended up on the 8323's)
    DIY Headphone cable repurposed from leftover parts $5
    FiiO E11 Amplifier $65 - B&H
    S.M.S.L. W3 Silver Interconnect $20 - eBay
    Colorfly C3 8GB - $110 eBay
    32GB Lexar Class 10 µSD $20 - Futureshop Sale
    Total $268.50 + taxes and shipping on some things depending on where you live.
    GoodGuyGlen likes this.
  14. GoodGuyGlen

    $270? Not a bad price at all. Thanks for replying!

  15. marko93101
    Hey, I was thinking of picking up the 8323's and I was just wondering how they compare to the likes of the M50/Denon AH-D1100?
    Will post my budget rig tomorrow ^_^
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