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Pictures of Your Portable Rig (part XVI)

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by ringingears, Oct 26, 2012.
  1. goneraz
    Wow..absolutely gorgeous. Do they do reshelling?
     
  2. Redcarmoose

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    I have been wanting to help make motherboard fragments for years. The feeling goes away when the CPU is in my hands over my head.
     
  3. cormbeep
    My 12-year old Rio Karma paired with Sennheiser MX 980s.
     
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    mrhizzo and Danneq like this.
  4. qafro
    How does the Mojo & VorzAmp Pure ll+ sound like because I've got a Chord Mojo?
     
  5. Tony1110
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    Rollk2 likes this.
  6. zilch0md
    Hi cleg,
     
     
    Please consider posting it here:  http://www.head-fi.org/t/699781/the-member-judged-fine-art-head-fi-gallery
     
    Thanks!
     
  7. bmichels
    Magic Combo with a very smooth sound signature....
     
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    Ultrainferno and ButtUglyJeff like this.
  8. gerelmx1986
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    Sufficient for 5 to 6 months listening time, about 1003 albums
     
  9. monkeyboylee
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  10. fleasbaby
     
    I love some of those older players. Was actually toying with the idea of buying a Karma the other day. Do you need to use their software to get files on it, or can you "drag and drop"?
     
  11. willywill
    Good thing the ZX100 got good battery life 
     
  12. echoz
     
    Nice! what DAP/Amp is it?
     
  13. Richsvt
    The amp is an Analog Squared Paper TU-05, can't see the dap. Very nice amp, must sound wonderful.
     
  14. m0k4
    what amp is this? specs? price? where to buy? .... it looks awesome :D 
     
  15. Uberclocked
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    This might be the only OTL tube DAP out there.  It runs a bit hot in the pocket, but the ever-so-slightly tubey and euphoric sound is sooo worth it.
     

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