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If you're in Australia check out the classified section of the forums at stereo [dot] net [dot] au wink.gif . Besides my PC upgrade that's where my wallet has taken damage over the the last few years biggrin.gif . Though my head-fi upgrades are done with... I am still tempted by speakers tongue.gif .

Edit: definitely use the Tapatalk app with notifications on if you are actively looking for something that way you don't miss out if it comes up - saw Schiit gear sell in under 10 minutes before wink.gif .

Nice one man I will definitely check them out, thanks biggrin.gif
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e10k is plenty fine yes smile.gif

$110 Aud to uUSD is $82... honestly thats not bad, surely the store you would buy it from has a return policy? give it a shot for 7 days wink.gif if its not for you refund. pretty sure it will run circles around anything you own though, once you pop on those hM5 leathers especially, dont forget to rotate them 20 degree so it looks like elf ears as i said in the review. it really does increase the soundstage a notch biggrin.gif

Sadly we don't have the luxury of a return process here, as change of mind isn't classed as a valid reason to return in Australian consumer law.

That being said I'm just going to buy a pair on pay day regardless biggrin.gif
Have not seen a single negative review for these things, It looks like you backed a winner good sir.
 
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Nice one man I will definitely check them out, thanks biggrin.gif
Sadly we don't have the luxury of a return process here, as change of mind isn't classed as a valid reason to return in Australian consumer law.

That being said I'm just going to buy a pair on pay day regardless biggrin.gif
Have not seen a single negative review for these things, It looks like you backed a winner good sir.

The fact you have the HM5 pads and an E10k already is also a great positive in your favor, I think you will enjoy very much, try them stock first. smile.gif

The earpads come off easy, grab it from any side or top or bottom and just pull really really hard, and they pop right off, and they pop right back on, and HM5 will just wrap around the entire can, you do not need any sort of adapter. thumb.gif Looking forward to your impressions of it.

I am really surprised Australia has a no return policy law, that is crazy to me, I return stuff all the time for like a decade now, lol
    
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Though I have pretty decent portable gear in the HFM HM901s and Fiio X3 II + Tube Amp BL-2, I find myself receaching for my LG V20 + Senfer 4in1 out of sheer convenience. With its Sabre implemented DAC and amp sections, I find it a very good AiO 'audio player'. Unfortunately, I've had my V20 pinched (partly my fault, was so careless) so I was left with just my dedicated portable gear or my Sony Xperia Z5P.....believe me, after the V20, other phone audio simply do not match up.

I had no choice to to score another phone that has good audio implementation and great screen, I'd thought of getting a Samsung S8/S8+ but wasn't convinced that it had an audio section that could match LG's. I decided on a G6 since I saw no point in getting a V20 (both have the same audio section) since the 18:9 screen ratio of the G6 looks so sexy. So I went out and got it, couldn't be more pleased as the G6 has a similar screen ratio to the S8 (LG G6 18:9 to Samsung S8 18.5:9) but with a better DAC/amp in the latter. As usual, bought a couple of Spigen cases and a 200GB mSD card to fill with movies and audio tracks (some of which are DSD tracks, these are huge). Oh yeah, bought a couple of One Punch Man manga to complete my collection (still waiting for vol 12 to be available here).



The main reason why I'd gotten the G6 over the S8/S8+...
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Though I have pretty decent portable gear in the HFM HM901s and Fiio X3 II + Tube Amp BL-2, I find myself receaching for my LG V20 + Senfer 4in1 out of sheer convenience. With its Sabre implemented DAC and amp sections, I find it a very good AiO 'audio player'. Unfortunately, I've had my V20 pinched (partly my fault, was so careless) so I was left with just my dedicated portable gear or my Sony Xperia Z5P.....believe me, after the V20, other phone audio simply do not match up.

I had no choice to to score another phone that has good audio implementation and great screen, I'd thought of getting a Samsung S8/S8+ but wasn't convinced that it had an audio section that could match LG's. I decided on a G6 since I saw no point in getting a V20 (both have the same audio section) since the 18:9 screen ratio of the G6 looks so sexy. So I went out and got it, couldn't be more pleased as the G6 has a similar screen ratio to the S8 (LG G6 18:9 to Samsung S8 18.5:9) but with a better DAC/amp in the latter. As usual, bought a couple of Spigen cases and a 200GB mSD card to fill with movies and audio tracks (some of which are DSD tracks, these are huge). Oh yeah, bought a couple of One Punch Man manga to complete my collection (still waiting for vol 12 to be available here).



The main reason why I'd gotten the G6 over the S8/S8+...

I have a ZTE Axon 7 Mini - cost me $199, has OLED and a 32 bit SABRE dac as well biggrin.gif

edit: I just noticed you bought the 200gb sandisk ultra, funny because about 15 hours ago my 128gb sandisk ultra mircosd died on me, won't read and windows scan and fix won't fix w.e is wrong with it either, really bummed, was enjoying my OLED movies.
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@HL2-4-Life, the One Punch Man issues were the first thing I noticed though I thought they were DVD covers biggrin.gif .
   
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Thats one of the least informative data sheets I have ever seen lol.

Right now, I am kind of thinking about a 300b output, a 26 driver and either an 01A or a second 26 preamp.

I found this amp last night and I just about cried. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlgdVmFf4n0

Do want drool.gif
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I thought you guys might appreciate this. I picked these up from Audeze last week, with the Carbon Fiber headband and the balanced XLR cable (which I don't have quite yet). I am coming to them from a set of Denon D2000 that have MrSpeakers pads and a detachable cable mod, and a pair of Sennheiser HD598. Source is a Schiit Jotunheim with the DAC module.

I am not big into audiophile terminology so it is somewhat hard for me to describe the sound signature, but the experience is unlike any other headphone I have ever tried. The X's do have a lot of sound leakage, anyone in the same room can hear them, but probably because of that (I feel) they have an amazingly large sound stage. With movies in particular, it really doesn't sound like sitting listening to headphones so much as it does sitting in a theatre with sound all around. With that said, I felt that the X's also have an incredible ability to reproduce vocals and highs. The bass extension is quite incredible, even more so given that I am coming from the D2000's which have quite a bit of bass and rumble. On the X's, it just feels more full and impressive. Perhaps it is due to the massive gulf in price, or the planar magnetic drivers on the X, I am not sure.

The carbon fiber headband, which is somewhat expensive, makes them incredibly comfortable, and it looks awesome in my opinion with the black build. I ordered it honestly because I thought it looked cooler than the stock headband, but I found the stock headband very uncomfortable so I am glad I did. The build quality is premium all around, from the braided wire on the stock 6.3mm cable to the aluminum construction. I ordered them in part because they have a 30 day return period on direct orders, and I wanted to see if the difference was really worth it to me. I will not be sending them back. thumb.gif

edit: I forgot to mention, the rugged carry case is the coolest packaging I have ever received something in. biggrin.gif
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I have a ZTE Axon 7 Mini - cost me $199, has OLED and a 32 bit SABRE dac as well biggrin.gif

edit: I just noticed you bought the 200gb sandisk ultra, funny because about 15 hours ago my 128gb sandisk ultra mircosd died on me, won't read and windows scan and fix won't fix w.e is wrong with it either, really bummed, was enjoying my OLED movies.
Oh I know the ZTE Axon and a few other cost effective phones have pretty good DAC and such, I actually have to go out and look for it. With brands like Samsung, LG, Sony, and the *eeewwww* iPhones, just about all the shops carry them. I guess it's out, I dislike iPhones, but hey, that's just me.tongue.gif As for Sandisk mSD cards, I've never had one fail on me before, heck the 128GB Sandisk card in my Sony Z5P is still doing a damn good job, got only about 20GB spare on that card for photos and such, most of it has been filled up with 720P movies and FLAC and DSD tracks.

BTW, the AXON doesn't have OLED, it has AMOLED which is what's used by Samsung. From what I've gathered, OLED is quite pricey and may be founded in high-end phones, though I've not heard of any having it.

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@HL2-4-Life, the One Punch Man issues were the first thing I noticed though I thought they were DVD covers biggrin.gif .
Oh I plan to buy the Bluray edition when it's been made available here, so I guess I have to content myself with just the manga for now. Funny thing about One Punch Man, just about every forum I go to has peeps who have either heard of OPM, or are fans of it, So hoping for season 2 to be shown this year, but at the rate with which the manga is being drawn, props to Murata for working his butt off, I believe season 2 would prolly be shown next year.

Edit - @Halo_003, Audeze has it perfect when it comes to packaging, that case that the can comes in is absolutely awesome, great protection for your precious can as well. I had the LCD2.2 previously, I didn't quite like the Audeze sound (I prefer HFM planar mag implementation/sound but to each his own) but the case was just so cool..
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Edit - @Halo_003, Audeze has it perfect when it comes to packaging, that case that the can comes in is absolutely awesome, great protection for your precious can as well. I had the LCD2.2 previously, I didn't quite like the Audeze sound (I prefer HFM planar mag implementation/sound but to each his own) but the case was just so cool..

Considering I have a move from Florida to Illinois coming up, I was really happy to get the rugged case to be able to safely move them. Since I use the carbon fiber headband I keep the stock headband in the case for safe storage. thumb.gif
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