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Headphone Amplifier and Dock Cable Review: JDS Labs cMoyBB v2.03 with Audio Minor SPC

Amplifier and Dock Cable Review: JDS Labs cMoyBB v2.03 with Audio Minor SPC

Hey there---what’s up?! It’s me, Bigsho. I have rejoined my American football team at my university. It is going to be hot, exciting and exhausting these upcoming days! The bad news is that I have to stop smoking ;-(  I thought I wasn’t addicted, but yesterday I found myself smoking in my dream….
Anyway! I believe this is a good opportunity to quit :)

Now, let’s start our new review.
Today, I’d like to use the JDS Labs cMoyBB v2.03 with an upgraded dock cable from Audio Minor to see what kind of sound we can get.

Today’s song: “Alien Hip Hop” by Planet X

I could only find a live audio recording.

Planet X is a super progressive rock fusion group formed by Derek Sherinian, a former Dream Theater keyboardist. The music has a really interesting and unique feel to it with the integration of complex rhythm patterns and polyrhythms. Moreover, innovative drums by Virgil Donati and terrific guitar playing by Allan Holdsworth and Brett Garsed make the songs all the more fascinating.

Today’s device:
  1. iPod Touch
  2. JDS LABS cMoyBB v2.03
  3. Westone 4R
  4. Effect Audio Studio Crystal
Audio Minor SPC
Before going into the cable review, I’d like to talk about the amplifier. I prefer turning on the bass booster because it really lets the song’s impressive low end stand out and makes me feel like I’m listening live.

For the Sennheiser IE80 and Ultimate Ears 10Pro, they deliver a heavy, thick sound.
The cable makes the most of the powerful copper wire. Furthermore, it expresses clear and solid sound. I think that is why it can manage to have both sound power and low tone.

Sound pressure and clearness of the bass line and snare drums seem to be better than Fiio L1.

This all for today’s review! I would like to write about Pico Slim
See you!


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