Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Portable Source Gear › Pictures of your portable rig- Part V: Viva La Audio Revolution
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Pictures of your portable rig- Part V: Viva La Audio Revolution - Page 9

post #121 of 940
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jimmer
Hey guys quick question, how do you get your pics to show in the message? When I posted mine all I got were the links to my pics.

Thanks
use the [img]www.image.url/image[/img] tags
post #122 of 940

Deleted.


Edited by labrat - 8/27/11 at 9:13am
post #123 of 940
Thanks guys got it to work, wooo hooo
post #124 of 940

BRANDO IS THE ANSWER

Quote:
Originally Posted by konis
is that protective cover on your Ipod? I'm still looking for something nice to protect my Ipod
Okay please don't say I am crazy for ordering from this website because it looks like it was made by a 2 year old and the company is in HONG KONG! but their product is excellant. For the 5G iPod it is 3 pieces, 1 for the front 1 for the back and one for the center button of the click wheel. Customer service is excellant (more on this later). The screen protector is excellant and durable. Once on it appears nearly invisible (not like that wrinkly p.o.s invisible shield). The surface is perfectly flat and glossy when put on just like the normal ipod. Also it doesn't require water to put on (unlike martin fields). When on it looks like you just have a normal ipod with no screen protection. Also before i put mine on my ipod was starting to show hairline scratchs and this covered them up to make it look brand new. Ok back to customer service, when I orderd mine (back in dec. 2005) and waited about 3 weeks after ordering it with it not showing up I emailed them. The customer service rep was literally instant messaging via email. (I would send one, a few secs. later I would have his response) After quickly viewing my order he noticed I filled the order form in wrong and put UGANDA!!! (I'm In USA!!) This was absolutley my fault b/c I didn't review my order and I had quickly punched in u on my keyboard (thinking it would go to USA but uganda comes b4 usa DUH!! ) in the country dropbox. He immediately said he would drop another one in the mail and I got it within 2 weeks. (not bad for HK--->USA)

P.S. about 1 week ago (today is 4/18) I got the original one they shipped to me in december with UGANDA crossed out. It would cost more to ship it back than the screen protector is worth so I get to keep it as a spare!

Anyway, I highly reccomend BRANDO!! For $13 with free ship it is IMHO the best screen protector available.

P.S.S My original screen protector from brando is still on and shows no scratches and is definately more durable than iPod stock finish.

PLEASE P.M. WITH ANY ?'S AS I PROBABLY WON'T CHECK THIS THREAD ANY TIME SOON.
post #125 of 940
Quote:
Originally Posted by n1cx
is that el wire on the edge of your zen? is that actually glowing like that?
post #126 of 940
It's glowing, you've never seen a zen micro before?
post #127 of 940
The best screen protector I've ever used is tape, and I'm not kidding at all. 2 layers of masking tape does the trick for me, PERFECTLY. You never get scratches, residue, or nothing. It's perfect.

Try it out.
post #128 of 940
But you can't see thru masking tape?
post #129 of 940
Quote:
Originally Posted by XFxGeforced
is that el wire on the edge of your zen? is that actually glowing like that?
All Zen Micros glow around the edge like that, photo and non photo.
post #130 of 940
Quote:
Originally Posted by skudmunky
All Zen Micros glow around the edge like that, photo and non photo.
dude thats awesome, i think i may get one now. How's the sq compared to the iaudio x5?
post #131 of 940
Quote:
Originally Posted by XFxGeforced
dude thats awesome, i think i may get one now. How's the sq compared to the iaudio x5?
don't let the glow cloud your judgment. That's what happened to me
post #132 of 940
Quote:
Originally Posted by mightymouse
don't let the glow cloud your judgment. That's what happened to me
lol, its the bug zapper dilema right? the bright light makes me wanna go toward it i think im gonna get an x5 for my bday anyway
post #133 of 940
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bob ♫
I think I see in your setup that old=E5c; new=UM2? I made the same switch, and would be curious to know what inspired you to make the change. How do you like the UM2s?
I loved the sound of the E5's, even the one note bass, but the thick unmanageable cord got to me. Way too much hassle on the go to quickly put them in or away.
UM2's sound thinner to me, a bit as if listening through a funnel (compared to front stage in your face E5 sound), but are more transportable on daily basis.

I also find UM2's to be hissier, at any given volume level. Probably due to the crossover with more prefference to higher frequencies compared to E5's.
post #134 of 940

E5c vs UM2

Quote:
Originally Posted by t10
I loved the sound of the E5's, even the one note bass, but the thick unmanageable cord got to me. Way too much hassle on the go to quickly put them in or away.
UM2's sound thinner to me, a bit as if listening through a funnel (compared to front stage in your face E5 sound), but are more transportable on daily basis.

I also find UM2's to be hissier, at any given volume level. Probably due to the crossover with more prefference to higher frequencies compared to E5's.
That's the same reason I decided against keeping the E5c in favor of the UM2. I really like the UM2s, but I also miss the "musicality" of the Shures. I also liked the profile of the Shures--very stealthy . (Although stealth can be drawback--people try to talk to you, not knowing you're wearing fiddly IEMs. They never do that when I'm wearing my Beyer DT-770.) You could even go to sleep with the E5c on your ears, no problem.

I have the E2c as well, which has almost the same comfortable fit as the E5c, and tolerable sound.
post #135 of 940
Quote:
Originally Posted by mightymouse
don't let the glow cloud your judgment. That's what happened to me
Hey, I love my Zen Micro.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Portable Source Gear
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Portable Source Gear › Pictures of your portable rig- Part V: Viva La Audio Revolution