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Pictures of Your Portable Rig (part XVI)

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by ringingears, Oct 26, 2012.
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  1. DemonFox

    From what I've read it's probably the strongest portable made today. And the new version Mk3b+ is supposed to be even better with better battery life. Can't wait till mine comes in next week.


    Thanks,

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  2. DigitalFreak
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    I own a -B and it didn't synergize to well with my Q701. Well, it had enough grunt for the Q701 and drove my 600 ohm K240 pretty good but with my Q can the headphone on the -B just sounded off
     

     
  3. VisceriousZERO
    The MK3B isnt a very warm or musical amp IMO. But if you need driving power and clarity, there it ism
     
  4. 24Bit
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    I agree. 
     
  5. emusic13
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    Just arrived! [​IMG] New ASG-2 paired with hippo biscuit.
     
  6. Jason36

    Is there a newer / revised version of the ASG-2?? I have the ASG-2 in the frosted finish but the logo on mine isn't in Black (is this a new addition)?
     
  7. kenman345
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    I don't know for sure why the paint is on the logo, but he has the bass port so maybe that is the reason for it. I know for a fact that no official revisions have been made to the ASG-2 yet. 
     
  8. miceblue
    Every time someone says "ASG-2" I automatically think of ASGard 2 from Schiit. -.-
     
  9. Jason36

    My ASG-2 have the tuneable bass port as well but no paint on the logo....in fact her's mine with the AK120

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  10. emusic13
    Nope haha. No new revision. .I just special ordered mine like that :)
     
  11. kenman345
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    I see we're not just dealing with an audiophile but a wise man as well....I can dig that combo a lot. How you liking your new set of IEMs?
     
  12. Wyd4
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    Posted some seedy pics further up. Anyway this is my on the move/train set.
    Only change when I get home or work the phone comes off, USB into PC or laptop and the finals get swapped out for lcd2s.
    Don't need the e12 for the finals but I am too lazy to take them apart.
     
  13. mahnameisjaime1
    so uhhh these are mine... i switch out the headphones depending on what mood im in that day....
    main rig: rockboxed sansa fuze 8gb + 8gb sd card, diy lod, mutant fiio e11
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    audio technica ws55
    just got these this week, gonna switch out the jack because i really dont like right angle plugs...
     
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    sennheiser hd-25 adidas
    about a year or 2 years old and still kickin! reterminated with viablue jack... the small one...
     
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    pioneer hdj-500
    this is my second pair, my first snapped at the headband, sent it in for a warranty replacement, and now this one snapped at the pivot section on the right side... i took a soldering iron and just melted everything together... so far so good lol, i dont use these as often anymore though but i still like them haha
     
    edit: oh and ill put these in too
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    ipod nano + tiktok watch band + kokia bluetooth transmitter and tenqa remxd headphones
    the headphones are probably the worst... just nothing to them, i use them when i go the pool or park so if they break its not a big deal
     
    and before anyone asks, the diy lod is made from the charging cable, i just rewired it according to a guide i found on google.... and also if you noticed my e11 has a rubberband around itself, thats because i was unfortunate enough to drop my rig while riding my bike, the input jack on the e11 broke off and the jack on the fuze broke as well, thats why i made the lod and i also transplanted the jack on the e11 from an old broken e11, but to get to the jacks i dremeled through the plastic above the 2 jacks and so now the top cover doesnt stay on so i had to rubberband it to hold the cover in place haha
     
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  14. emusic13
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    Theyre almost exactly what I wanted having a very good midrange but Ive noticed that the ASG are very source dependent...
     
  15. kenman345
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    you are correct my friend. Source in both the hardware and software side. I find the better the DAC/Amp with the better source file usually makes for the best results. They can be quite unforgiving to poor quality input. It's part of the reason I got a set of AS-1's after already owning AS-2's. Now I have  CIEM for most everything I listen to. Though for the most part, I only listen to my own personal CD rips from my collection of discs. 
     
    I have to admit though, I recently have not been doing any portable listening, mainly because of transitioning to having a job and not being a student anymore. 
     
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