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post #16 of 595
I used iPodWizard I couldn't really find a tutorial anywhere, but just figured it out on my own and by reading their forums. There are various font packages you can download, but I just used the Comic Sans font which is included with Windows.
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post #18 of 595
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Originally Posted by sumguy_
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4: HERE!
Thanks for that, seeing what was the 'in' equipment back in 2003 is interesting. Not much has changed, its still the SR-60's . Lots more ipod domination though.
post #19 of 595
here is my main portable rig, which is a 40 GB iPod Photo->Pocketdock->Cardas mini to mini->Xin Supermini V6-ER-4P/S



here is my transportable rig, which is my 40 GB iPod Photo->Dock->Cardas mini to mini->GoVibe->Grado HP-2 (the velcro on the GoVibe is for attaching it to my iPod case, the Supermini also has velcro on the back)



here is my barebones rig, which is the 40 GB iPod Photo->Etymotic ER-4P

post #20 of 595
Mines
post #21 of 595
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Originally Posted by max-9
Mines
nice...you carry that around with the strength of seven school girls?
post #22 of 595
sorry, but none of your players can do what mine does.
post #23 of 595
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Originally Posted by terrymx
sorry, but none of your players can do what mine does.
what about psp owners?
post #24 of 595
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Originally Posted by terrymx
sorry, but none of your players can do what mine does.
hehe, mine does...
post #25 of 595
Simple setup: iPod Colour 60GB > Westone UM1's





post #26 of 595
Shouldn't this be "Pictures of your portable rig- Part IV- A New Hope"?
post #27 of 595
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Originally Posted by wolfen68
Shouldn't this be "Pictures of your portable rig- Part IV- A New Hope"?
HAHAHA Right on, wolfen... that's perfect. Thanks for the laugh.



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post #28 of 595
Hey,

5g 30gb iPod with Agent 18 Video Shield -> TURBO Dock II -> TURBO Mini - Mini -> Zip Amp (OPA2227P) -> Ultimate Ears Super.fi 5 Pro . At the moment I seem to be using the headphone out more than through the amp because its more portable and the Zip amp seems to knock the bass off, I think I will invest in a RSA Hornet next month (fingers crossed) but I love this setup at the moment, a big step up from the iPod Mini and crappy £20 Sony phones. Maybe I will get a pair of nice cans, have to see how things go at work this month.

post #29 of 595
Hello, new poster, long time lurker

The sony actually sounds better
post #30 of 595
Mr JinX:

Is that one of the Sony Beans? Hard to tell from the angle but it looks like the Bean (if that's what it is) is leaning against the top of the mini.

What's your opinion of those PX-100's? I was just at Circuit City and curious as to what they sound like. I'm a big fan of my always dependable Radio Shack Pro-35A's (they use the Koss KSC-75 drivers so they kick) but... sometimes it's always nice to ask for opinions for similar equipment.

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Welcome to Head-Fi, Mr JinX! Don't hide in the shadows, get to posting.
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