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Pictures of Your Portable Rig (part XVI)

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by ringingears, Oct 26, 2012.
  1. nofarewell
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    No school like the oldschool. Fiio e6, sony NWZ-A829, sony MDR-60, Aiwa HP-V99. The top earphone gear.
    Of course the Aiwa rules everything, I don't know if there is/has/ever been/will be a better sounding bud out there.
     
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  2. singleended58

    I bought it through PriceJapan. I love its SQ with balanced output.
     
  3. HiFiChris Contributor
    DX80 -> Finder X1
     
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  4. rocketnick7
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    Calyx M + FIDUE A83
     
  5. Kundi
    You can have storage up to 448GB, HS!
     
  6. yacobx

    They just have a cool look
     
  7. Ultrainferno
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    Finished my box. Happy how it turned out
     
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  8. x RELIC x Contributor

    Beautiful! :)
     
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  9. yacobx
    this is unreal!
     
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  10. rocketnick7
    Incredible! 
     
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  11. justrest
    @ultrainferno. Wow. This is amazing. If you don't mind can you share the earphone list!
     
  12. NaiveSound

    What's thr best well rounder in your opinion, if you had to give up all but 1 pair... Which would you keep?
     
  13. kimD
    Poor man setup :)

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  14. yoyorast10
    Where do I buy an usb otg cable like this?
     
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  15. Vidal
    Here's a picture of my latest experiment it's a AQ Dragonfly connected 'direct' to my iPhone 6. The black bump is a cut down USB Hub which has magnets on the back so it sticks to the metal plate, better than rubber straps as they don't interfere with the touch screen. The normal usb cable from the hub has been replaced with a CCK circuit board and lightning plug.
     
    It sounds excellent although it does drain the battery a bit, my next version will have a Li ion battery to supply the hub.
     
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