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Pictures of Your Portable Rig (part XVI)

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by ringingears, Oct 26, 2012.
  1. Darren Cotter
    Has anyone compared the HD25 with the stock cable against the Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 On-Ear's?
     
  2. Turrican2
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    T1 gen 2, PONO, balanced cable (required for power), sounds amazing but not for the bus!
     
  3. Podster
    Nice case Diddyp[​IMG]
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    This amp just keeps getting better, listening to Jimmy shred on Heartbreaker[​IMG]
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  4. h1f1add1cted
    Lotoo PAW 5000 paried with STAX SRS-002
     
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  5. Richsvt
    Just got back from walking and listening to sweet sounds.
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  6. crashtest33
    iPod 7G Tarkan SDx2 512Gb
    Re-anodised Solo -R
    Re-anodised Vorgüge Pure II+
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  7. Hisoundfi Contributor
    A budget beauty!
     
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    Refurbished Rockboxed Clip Zip ($25 on eBay)
    Topping NX-1 interconnect (spare part came with purchase of NX-1)
    XDUOO XQ-10 portable amplifier (birthday gift from Penon Audio)
    Takstar HI2050 headphones ($37 on Aliexpress)
    Brainwavz HM-5 velour memory foam pads in black ($20 on Amazon)
     
    Total investment- $82
    Sound- fantastic
     
    You don't have to spend a lot of money to make something that sounds epic. Follow the threads and keep your eyes open for deals!
     
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  8. supplehope
    First post.

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    Subpar phone camera and skills.
    Sony ZX1 >> Fitear MH-335DW (not mine lol)
    Pretty spectacular sounding, regardless of the price, in my opinion.
     
  9. cristobalroy
    Smalls but terrible.
    X3ii+VORZAMP+FLC 8s.
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  10. Sorensiim
    Not that great for use on the bus, but perfectly portable for use around the house:
     
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  11. zilch0md
    ^ Even if the phones were of a closed design, I'm not willing to use such nice gear on public transportation.
     
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  12. Sorensiim
    I only use my CIEMs with the AK on the bus, full size cans are too cumbersome when I'm out and about.
     
  13. clee290

    Agreed! I don't even want to bring closed headphones out :p IEMs are just so much easier.
     
    Anyways, happy Sunday, fellas!
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  14. PinkyPowers
    Been testing out the Shanling M2. It's okay for the price. Very, very dark sounding.

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  15. HiFiChris Contributor
     
    That's because of the "impedance mismatch" with the Angie. The Angie is a multi-driver in-ear with varying output impedance (read: it's very likely that the impedance in the treble is clearly lower than in the mids and lows, based on your description) and the M2 has got a quite high output impedance (I calculated something around 7 Ohms) -> frequency response output gets altered (the way the alteration looks like always depends on the headphone's specific impedance response).
     

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