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post #61 of 1335
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Originally Posted by UW Howie
Yeah I'm definitly going to get a case. The Vaja, while nice, is way to expensive. It's more than 1/3 the cost of the Karma! The mindknob case looks really good, I'll end up ordering one when they're back in stock.
The guy who makes them mentioned they would be back in stock today, keep an eye out. I may order mine before I order the Karma, I hear they scratch pretty easy. How are you liking the sound with the etys?

Scott
post #62 of 1335
Here is my portable solution. Nothing new here...

post #63 of 1335
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Originally Posted by RnB180
made another cable today

26 awg triple braid, teflon insulated silver plated copper, silver bearing solder, Neutrik plugs, dual wall heatshrink and clear 1/4" tech flex.







selling them?

I received my parts express order today, so I have much better mini plugs now. I bought a few extra mini neutriks from parts express, Ill probably make a few extra if people want to buy them. how much is the going rate of silver/copper braided minis going for anyhow?
Besides making nice looking cables, you snap some great pics of them too, thanks for sharing!
post #64 of 1335
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Originally Posted by scottder
The guy who makes them mentioned they would be back in stock today, keep an eye out. I may order mine before I order the Karma, I hear they scratch pretty easy. How are you liking the sound with the etys?

Scott
I was going to order some screen protectors for the Karma but then I realized for just a little more money I could get an excellent case with a built in screen protector. As for the sound, I'm liking it a lot. It could use a little bit more bass since I'm so used to the colored sound from the ihp120 I used to use but it's nothing the EQ can't fix. I'm still messing around with the Karma's 5 band EQ to find the "sweet spot".
post #65 of 1335
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Originally Posted by UW Howie
I'm liking it a lot. It could use a little bit more bass since I'm so used to the colored sound from the ihp120 I used to use. I'm still messing around with the Karma's 5 band EQ to find the "sweet spot".
Cool, I'd be interested to hear what your EQ settings are. Maybe this needs a thread of it's own.

Scott
post #66 of 1335
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Originally Posted by gloco
Besides making nice looking cables, you snap some great pics of them too, thanks for sharing!

thanks for the compliment, I got a digital camera on my birthday from my Bible Study buds at church.

Ive been snapping away ever since
post #67 of 1335
My first mini-RCA

Litz braid 26 awg teflon silver plated copper, silver bearing solder, neutrik plugs





a little on the sloppy side with this one, I did a lot of experimenting with aesthetics.
post #68 of 1335
I must say, I am impressed. Well done RnB180.
post #69 of 1335
Sorry for anyone using 800x600, or doesn't like to maximize their browser when looking at pictures...



Zen Touch 20gb, DIY amp in a Zippo tin, e2c's, and HD280's
post #70 of 1335
Here it is....in bedside mode and portable mode using my $7 Caselogic Case.



post #71 of 1335
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Originally Posted by RnB180
My first mini-RCA

Litz braid 26 awg teflon silver plated copper, silver bearing solder, neutrik plugs

a little on the sloppy side with this one, I did a lot of experimenting with aesthetics.
Nice work RnB, but this isn't the DIY Cable Gallery. I'm not trying to be a *****, but they would probably be better suited to be posted there
post #72 of 1335
iRiver iFP-999 and Sony MDR-EX71SL.
post #73 of 1335
I don't use this when I'm walking around the city, but certainly with the long extension on my RS1, I can walk around the room with this rig.

post #74 of 1335

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