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"The Lab"

  1. Podster

    So plug those Fenders in and tell us what you think T! [​IMG]
    So I want to know if the R-Bout 2.0 is a giant killer amp like the Monks are for buds?? It sure looks solid/rugged[​IMG]
  2. RedJohn456
    Quoted from another thread :p
    The amps is just incredible and very true to source, very neutral. Best amp I have heard in quite some time and worth every penny I might add!
    Podster likes this.
  3. seanwee
    I spy FiiO k5 in the background!!![​IMG]
  4. bolmeteus
    Just completed my review on the Zens, mind the errors
  5. Hisoundfi Contributor
    Great review buddy, and nice pictures!
  6. Hisoundfi Contributor
    Andromeda, enjoy!
  7. Mr Trev
    Dang those are noice. I'd think the solid aluminum shells might induce a savage brain freeze during those cold Canadian winters
    So, is it so much the sharp edges or the size & shape in general that can cause the discomfort (thinking maybe sanding the edges down could help?)
  8. SerenaxD
  9. Podster
    Nice write up, they sure sound as though for $45 its a no brainer[​IMG]
  10. SerenaxD
    They do - I got them for $20 a while ago, but even if they were $50 I'd buy them, it's a good budget buy. I would get some pads as well. 
  11. nmatheis Contributor

    I've got Orion (and Nova on the way) and have tried the entire CFA lineup. No discomfort here at all. Very comfy IEM for long term listening in my smallish ears.
  12. bolmeteus
    Thanks hisound! Going to experiment with more backgrounds for my next review :D 
  13. bolmeteus
  14. audio123

    pretty sound review! don't use cans at all but your review tempts me
  15. SerenaxD
    Thanks! :)
    I prefer either IEMs or open cans, but these were so cheap I made some impulse purchases... 

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