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    Default Semi mobile Hi Fi and other silly ideas


    When I listen to music, then it should already have the hand and foot. Squishy sounds and noise, etc. are then taboo anyway, you know that? Christmas holidays the Internet is big and you start to do research. And about things that you may not need to make but fun. And so came one to the other. First I realized that I as a supplement to my two plants are good headphones need. But how do you get now, the maximum pleasure from the gizmos out? Especially when one is on the road. Maybe not just on the road, but just traveling. Is a good MP3 player already? Or a combination of laptop and external sound would be smarter? I am thinking, for example at a small subnotebook and to something like the Calyx Coffee. or brings no Verbessrung?

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    Semi mobile for me is a laptop, a Beresford D / A converter and a straight of available compact KHV. Currently a Presonus HP4 If necessary we can also dispense with the KHV, as the Beresford has an integrated everything fits in your laptop bag. And if the disk space is tight, even an additional USB HD.

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    May be but if I am not dependent on the mobility of the in the pocket plugging me is an MP3 player out of the question because of the work involved. I want to remember not how long I compiling for 32 GB, tagged, sorted, normalized, etc. have used. On Lappi as Flac and ready.

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    I play my own music which I have already bought a device. iTunes is not an option.

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    In the holidays I always travel with my iPod Classic. Has enough space to pack all depends what you want to hear on holiday may. The ALAC and AAC files I create from the FLAC file, which I manage with foobar. To privately listen to music I use in trains / buses like Sennheiser DJ Headphones: HD 25 II and now the Amperior on iPhone. The seals off a relatively well against ambient noise.

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    There is little reliable measurements for the quality of the headphone jacks on laptops. An exception is the MacBook Air, which has been measured very carefully. The KH output is so good that an external converter brings no noticeable improvement, and can also drive a large, high impedance headphones with sufficient for me volume. The crossfeed for headphones, you can then by Software to make, for example, with the excellent Fidelia player with FHX option. Not cheap but worth it. Fidelia can manage both his own library as well as access an existing iTunes library. With a good recording and a HD800 and AKG 701 which is quite incredible sound experience - there certainly remain little to be desired.

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    As if that would not be available on iTunes. In addition, the Classic can also feed on eg Foobar.

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