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post #76 of 1335
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Originally Posted by labrat
You need something from here!

http://www.westshorecraftworks.com/

Nice woodwork!

Those are great looking dock covers! I never knew such things existed! The wood covers are fantastic.

I like this one.

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post #78 of 1335
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Originally Posted by Thaddy
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
I really like the last picture RnB But I agree with Thaddy that any cable only shots should go into the proper forum.

Keep up the cool work,

Justin
post #79 of 1335









I know my headphones are old or suck or whatever, I just found them in my house and they sound better than the stock headphones, I am waiting for my remote for the micro and E2c's.
post #80 of 1335
Nice case.
post #81 of 1335
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Originally Posted by princeclassic
you made the mini bigger???
post #82 of 1335
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Originally Posted by princeclassic
how did i miss this before.

I have a nice steel toolbox for you, if that isnt big/strong enough
post #83 of 1335
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Originally Posted by princeclassic

You should try using an Altoids Chewing tin. I have been told it is the perfect size for the shuffle.
post #84 of 1335
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Originally Posted by princeclassic
You ashamed of having that shuffle? lol j/k
post #85 of 1335
the altoids chewing gum tin is too small for the shuffle with the cap on and puts a good amount of pressure on the shuffle with the cap off (sorta kills the whole point of a case for it).

the regular altoids case is quite big compared to the shuffle. but, it's still pocketable and has enough space leftover for my mx500s.

post #86 of 1335
For now, just a 40gig iPod and E2Cs, an MINT is on its way.

post #87 of 1335
Got my shures back from warranty, and got to use the ultra flex tips for the first time.

the foamies sound better, only took a minute to listen to both the medium and large ultra flex to know they cant match the sound of foamies,

not only do I get the annoying suction when I pull them out, but the also sound alot thinner and brighter then the foamies, the bass response is decreased significantly. and pulling them out creates a vacuum in my ear canal, which I dont like.

I dont see what the big deal is with these new tips. They provide inferior sound to the foamies.



post #88 of 1335
I am going to get some E2c's and try them out, if I really like them I'll keep them but if they are anything but great compared to my crappy headphones i have now Ill return for a full refund, and there is no cost of shipping.
post #89 of 1335
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Originally Posted by braincuttermd
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.

You make me sooooo jealous. Thats my dream setup. I love the U2 iPod.
post #90 of 1335

Yarr

Fear.
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