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Yes Vince, I am also confident that they will get it all together - given a bit of time.
Nowadays, so much stuff is taken for granted without any thought from many of us.
For instance, recently I noticed that one guy on HF who had done a headphone review (on HF) which had been viewed by over 58,000 people but without a single thumbs up or any comment from viewers, perhaps it is a sign of the times!!!
Oriveti Basic, enjoy!
Video review of the Meze 99 Neo is now live. What a great week!
Looks like the mobile site is finally up and running.
Any one else checking it out?
On it right now. Glad that it doesn't switch back and forth on my laptop anymore!
Spoke too soon...
Yeah, both likes and quoting seems to work now. Nice!
Now if they can just give us back the possibility to add a comment to the likes.....
There's still some pretty big fish to fry here, so I'm not sure how quickly the web developers will get to it.
However, considering we are a crowd driven website, I'm sure feedback from the masses will eventually get this site back in a more usable order.
I am somewhat missing the ability to view all photos posted in one thread.
The search function isn't really reliable yet either.
Just finished the Aune M1S review. This thing rocks with in-ear monitors, especially the Fidue Sirius and LZ A4 in balanced mode. Here's a link:
I agree, this is a feature that I miss as well
iFi iTube 2 in hand as of today. And with MUCH help from Lawrance, the critter is hooked up and singing sweetly to Stevie Ray Vaughan's Live at Montreux 1982 & 1985. This is a very sweet sounding set up, through, my Shanling M1.
Thank you @iFi audio!
Just realized that I need to re-do my whole block list, should keep me busy for a while
Gotta love this new site, maybe I should just hang around this thread where all the nice people are
My take on the bullet infused R1 from Double Tap Audio. It's pretty cool.
They have used actual shell casings, haven't they?
If so, while it certainly does look somewhat cool, I have heard of cases where the import of similarly designed in-ears didn't make it past the border.
What actually worries me though is that if those really are genuine shell casings, then the primer seems to be still intact (unless they replaced it with something that just visually resembles a primer but is in fact just a piece of metal).