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SMSL Sanskrit 6 DACSMSL sApII headphone ampGeneric tube preamp (fx-audio tube-03)Sennheiser HD6XXSennheiser HD598Cs

Have a pair of Micca MB42x's, a 2.1 50w/100w speaker amp, replacement GE tubes, soldering iron & supplies to make my own cables, and a pair of Sennheiser HD660s's coming in the mail as well

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Got a lot of upgrades on the way but currently.Focusrite scarlet solo 212 with all gold xlr cablesMx770 condenser micCheap boom armUpgrading to new mixer and adding a new xlr shotgun mic when my blackmagic pocket 4k shows up0_1536261156283_20180903_210620.jpg 1_1536261171864_20180903_210612.jpg 0_1536261171840_20180903_210633.jpg

Headset is just a revolver s will go to audiophile high end some day hahaha

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No pics because well...laziness. My plethora of audio gear right now:

  • Sennheiser HD58X (Main PC headphones)
  • Mee Audio Pinnacle P1 IEMs (Commuting)
  • Audio Technica ATH-M40x with Shure 840 pads and a custom short cable (Commuting)
  • Sennheiser HD555 w/ 595 mods (Kinda retired since getting the 58X)

As for what's driving them, right now I've got an LG V30 for mobile use and my PC for at home. Since the Maximus Gene VIII comes with an ESS Sabre ES9023P DAC/AMP I've been okay with that for now. I definitely want a better DAC/AMP for home use but it's just not in the books right now. I shouldn't have even purchased these HD58X but they just sound soooo good.

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