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Audiophile Geeks

This group is dedicated to the hardware and software used to listen to music.

Location: Funky Town
Members: 95
Latest Activity: Mar 11, 2012

Some sites for your convenience.

Here are some sites for DAPs and DMPs:
iLounge for iPods
Zune Boards for Zunes
iAUDIOphile for Cowon products
Archos Fan for Archos products
epiZENter for Creative Products
Anything but iPod for Anything but iPod

And this is a good site for headphones:
Head-Fi is a very good site for headphones

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Discussion Forum

Streaming Audio Only...

Started by Cyphreinc Jun 6, 2010.

Best Receiver 2 Replies

Started by Charlene Wroblewski. Last reply by Veronica Aug 2, 2009.

PlayStation 1 - The audiophiles dream? 1 Reply

Started by Brian Surratt. Last reply by Veronica Jul 15, 2009.

iPods? 1 Reply

Started by Filip Cederberg. Last reply by InfiniteZr0 Sep 13, 2008.

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Comment by Dillon Hall on August 6, 2010 at 10:54pm
Anyone try Beats Audio products? Are the headphones worth 100-400 dollars?
Comment by Cyphreinc on March 28, 2010 at 3:40pm
Nice One ....

Off to check out who know's one just may work with what i hav in mind for cyphreinc, cheers
Comment by Garrett W. on March 28, 2010 at 3:22pm
streaming audio over the web? look into shoutcast/icecast or windows media encoder. icecast would be my personal choice probably.
Comment by Cyphreinc on March 26, 2010 at 1:22pm
Just out of Curiosity?

In the process of looking into the how to etc of streaming live audio.. Suggestions welcome, No Worries
Comment by Marty P on July 22, 2009 at 10:07am
Hey people, just joined the group.

My hi/head-fi setup is listed in my profile if ya'll interested.
Comment by Veronica on July 12, 2009 at 10:41am
Hello, I am a former Renkus-Heinz engineer who still has and loves my RH PA system. Consider these toys:

Renkus Heinz P3500 Amp, FBT RH OEM P2950 amp (Each are 2 channel high fidelity AB Class Rack Amps)

RH x-220 LoudSpeaker Processor. (Active Cross-Over and EQ that do all processing BEFORE the amplifier to prevent transients from distorting sound to the drivers). Also the processor limits Amplifier outputs to 350watts per driver which is the maximum that my cabinet drivers can handle without distortion.

RH SR5 cabinets each has a 12" Complex Conic horn. (Yes Imagine a 12" round horn, hearing every subtle nuance of mid and high frequencies) driven by dual RH 3" compression drivers. Also for LF each cabinet has a 12" McCauley 12-7 Low Frequency Driver.

Sources are mixed via Extron Crosspoint matrix switcher, Tangent 802 console and Numark/Alesis DM1295 DJ Mixer. Sources include: Numark CDN36 dual CD deck, 3 PCs and 2 Laptops, many video game systems, 2 Cable TV receivers, 2 DVD players, 2 DVRs, and microphones.

The RH Sound system has been called the "Rolls Royce of Pro Audio" by DIY This is a premium high fidelity system that can deliver SPLs capable of actually causing physical pain to a body with absolute sheer clarity and articulation that delights the ear. Many pro audio systems can match the SPLs or even exceed them, but the clarity and articulation of the RH horns are second to none. PLEASE always use the complex conic shaped horn, as square and rectangular shaped horns CANNOT reproduce a 360 degree range of frequencies and this caused many frequencies to lobe, cancel and distort in the process. If I EVER get elected president, the FIRST order of business would be to outlaw all square and rectangular waveguides. They are an affront to the ear and to audiophiles. Please always use round or oval drivers and waveguides? Your ears (and those of your listeners) will thank you!
Comment by Garrett W. on February 22, 2009 at 10:24pm
sweet. i would love to try some of those .... but they're so expensive :'(
although my Sennheiser cx500's are pretty good. but i'm sure they don't compare to those.
Comment by pc-dog on October 20, 2008 at 4:04pm
Beamz is a electronic musical interface that comes with a mess of songs that you can play along with, and the Beamz program allows you to change the voice of the instruments as well. You play the "instrument by waving your hand or plucking at imaginary strings strung across the two harp like shapes of the Beamz. (price point is about $400)
Comment by jem on September 5, 2008 at 9:56am
certified audio geek here... lol
Comment by Walid Ismail on September 4, 2008 at 5:30pm
hey everyone, i am a total audio geek, and proud! but seriously, just a warm welcome. i have an upcoming gig on friday night, wish me luck!

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