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@Dobrescu George you'll like this track
I love that song!! Even the non-acoustic version is awesome. I miss ASL! and of course Opus#2 has such a satisfying Rock/metal sound that I find hard to beat with other players in the price range.
I love that track! <3
Thank you for reminding me to listen more to this awesome band!
You made me remember the good old golden days when I had MP3s from this band on a 512 MB MP3 player
I also have their entire discography
Opus #2 and oragnic / musical sound really go do hand in hand!
So after spending most of the Holidays in this rig I have to ask myself why I spend so much money on this hobby! Do I have better rigs, cost wise for sure but for just pure musical pleasure I'm not so sure anymore Won't stop me from coming here to view this legal porn and fantasizing however
Since we're sharing... current situation:
Welp, Shanling M2s surely looks super cool in person!
Volume at 82?
Balanced, High, and with IEM ?
That's too loud for me.
Mine setup is the same as above but volume is around 40 with K10C or Encore.
The UE 18+ pro need more power than most iems at 37.5 ohm.
Bit of colour matching today
Hidizs AP200 > Lear LUF-Turbo
Talking about color matching, I found a nice padded case from G-Shock to use with my 64 Audio iem
OK, maybe I stretched the truth a little on that Holiday listening run on the Walnut setup as I have spent quite a bit of time with this combo as well and IMHO once again Bob James IMR Acoustics has hit one out of the ballpark and on past the parking lot! Simply amazing what he has pulled off with a two DD (One Ceramic and one Beryllium) iem. These seem to be an about face to the multi BA iem's of today but honestly I don't seem to be (moreover my ears don't seem) to be missing those other 6-7-8 drivers at all! There actually could be something to the less is more ideology Oh well regardless of my musings/ramblings I find the IMR R1's to be an amazing iem of course YMMV since this is all subjective to each individual listener but in my 61 years I've listened to a ton of speakers, headphones and for the last 5 years iem's and these babies can hold their own in the $700 to $1500 range (seems that may even be subjective eh)!
Opus #2 driving Xelento IEMs is a really nice setup!
Opus#1S > Beat Audio Prima Donna 8-wire > 64Audio A18