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Ok, I received the micro B to mini B USB cable but my iPhone 6 doesn't want to work with the chain: iPhone --> Lightning to micro B USB adapter --> micro B to mini B USB cable --> Fulla --> headphones When plugged in the phone displays this message:  and while I did get some hum with a headphone at one point through the Fulla combo it basically doesn't work.  When playing audio the iPhone never shuts down the internal speaker.  I will try with a powered hub next, I...
No, not yet.  I've received items from HK in as few as 3 days but this time around no such luck.
 Yes, they do.  However, I went with the adapter and cable posted earlier by Yethal to shave a few inches of cable hanging off the phone.  To accomplish the same, you could go with the Apple cable and find a small USB type A to mini-B adapter but overall that solution would be bulkier than Yethal's suggested one.
I'm officially Fulla Schiit now.  Picked it up from the post office this morning and listened to a few songs.  Some observations:   The Fulla can drive a HD 600 way past what my MacBook Pro's native headphone out can do, with "fulla" soundstage and extension at both ends. With my Westone 3 IEMs, there's very limited volume play as noted by others.  Going to 9 o'clock is already way too loud.  However, same positive sound quality improvement as with the HD 600. Found...
 Not sure if you've seen this thread, found it via search: http://www.head-fi.org/t/649810/battery-powered-usb-hub I wasn't aware battery powered USB hubs even existed. I just ordered a Fulla with the intent to use it with my MacBook Pro to drive IEMs and sealed cans while traveling or at the office.  I'll use it with my iPhone 6, too, if there turns out not to be a power draw issue.  I'd rather not travel around with a portable USB hub.
Yethal, the Lightning to Micro USB adapter has this in the description  If the adapter allows for USB audio, then it would be ok.  Have you experience with this adapter?
 Well, any product can be a DIY project if you want it to be.  Just look at all the HD 800 mods. Anyways, with my stock pair, I'm happier than a pig in schiit, not at all tempted to mod it at this time.  I don't mind reading about it though, because it shows that an already great headphone could be even better if I choose to go down that route.
As mentioned in the product page, check here for some connection related information, including caveats and hubs:   http://schiit.com/guides/getting-connected   I have an iPhone 6, so I'm kinda wary myself in having to get the Lightning to USB cable and then not having a good experience with power issues on my train commute ...
 Ah, I didn't realize that!  I wouldn't want to constantly remove and reinstall the cable.  I envision it would take a rather large travel case to allow for non-destructive coiling of the connected cable, the stock cable at any rate.
Not sure if you don't want a Hifiman case at all or simply didn't know about the Hifiman travel case specifically designed for the HE-560 but it lists for $29 on the hifiman web site:   http://www.head-direct.com/Products/?act=detail&id=207   Looks well padded as it should for a custom design.  If I wanted a travel case this would be the first one I'd consider.  Not in the market for one though as my HE-560 stays near my desk.
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