Just got a Khadas Tone Pro 2, currently running it through my liquid spark via the raspberry pi to my Drop/Dan Clark Audio Aeon closed backs and oh my goodness. The TP2 is an amazing little device btw, I don’t know how great the amp in it is, it drives the Aeons decently, but man is it packed with features, highly recommend.
Looking for some inspiration or suggestions for small rack furniture or a little cabinet. Something that works well with a stack of these little 9" wide-ish components! Maybe on wheels, so it's easy to wheel around as a headphone listening station. Something minimal, but with some cable management and a place to hide a power bar (like on the back) Anyway, show me your setups! :)
I don't know if this is the right way to post this, but I saw that Drop has a page for Ifi iTube2, where you can request that they make it. But what is the status of it? Is it an old project reborn, or is it a new, yet not realized one? https://drop.com/ifi-micro-itube2-vacuum-tube-buffer-and-preamplifier/p Asking, of course, since I would be very interested.
Headphones with SD Card or MP3 Function and/or self-storage?
Can you make some Headphones with SD Card or MP3 Function so that they can be used offline and with no other device needed to play music? Also, I would be interested in a pair of headphones OVER-EAR Type with the same SD Card/MP3 Function that can be used UNDERWATER.
Nothing fancy here but I have purchased a few more under $100 pairs. After the purchase of the Moondrop Aria I have since purchased the TIN T2, TIN T3 Plus, BLON BL03 and the final E3000. As a newbie to IEM's I have found some to be more comfortable than others, as is the case with different tips. I have really been impressed by the amount of sound that these little things can generate, and probably even more given how inexpensive these are. Sure, I know that they get to being much more costly. I'm not sure I wish to venture too far down the rabbit hole on IEM's. I like them for portability. And the cheaper ones won't hurt so much if they break or get lost. How much better does it get at the $300 price point? $500? $1000? I'd rather dump $500 or a grand on a pair of over ear headphones, personally.