What gear are you guys using?

I recently purchased the following, headphone-only set-up (photos to come)

Little Dot MK III - headphone valve amp
Little Dot DAC - Digital to Analogue Converter
NAD PP3 Phono stage - for turntable
vintage Pioneer turntable - excellent condition
Sennheiser HD650s - cans
Silver and copper cored cabling

Just sounds fantastic!

I like: Classical, classic rock, Jazz, Blues, Swing, The Beatles!

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I've updated both my work and travel set ups. 

Office:

Macbook Pro (Fidelia/iTunes, Audio Hijack Pro, Redline Monitor Crossfeed and EQ)

Yulong D100 Dac (under the computer)

Bottlehead Crack OTL tube amplifier (to the left)

Sennheiser HD600/Beyerdynamic 880 600 Ohm/Denon D2000/Grado 225i

Portable Rig is still the iPod Classic, but I'm using a Ray Samuels P51 amp, and the Beyerdynamic DT1350. 

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