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post #166 of 866
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Originally Posted by nfusion770
Thats very, very cool, but its the kind of thing I would buy, play with for a few weeks, realize I dont really need, and sell at a $500 loss. I bet that thing rocks all over a pocket pc though.
It's so far above a pocket pc its not even close. Oh, I'm also typing this laying on my back in bed while listening to tunes I love this thing... besides, since when have cool toys ever been a matter of need? This is pure indulgence.
post #167 of 866
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Originally Posted by Skylab


What case is that for the IPOD COOL! I want one.
post #168 of 866
Holy Crap! Did you machine those yourself? 5 axis cnc time is bloody expensive! Sickly amazing job dude!!
post #169 of 866
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Originally Posted by FA22RaptorF22
Holy Crap! Did you machine those yourself? 5 axis cnc time is bloody expensive! Sickly amazing job dude!!
Looks like an I-tank?? check-out www.yotank.com

My question is that ilounge said that the headphone port was too small to accomodate anything but stock pack-ins. Have they modified this? Thats not that important as I plan to use with Cryo dock any problems with that fitting?
post #170 of 866
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Originally Posted by trose49
Looks like an I-tank?? check-out www.yotank.com

My question is that ilounge said that the headphone port was too small to accomodate anything but stock pack-ins. Have they modified this? Thats not that important as I plan to use with Cryo dock any problems with that fitting?
Well, he has a cryo dock on his rig, so probably not... Don't believe everything iLounge says.

Very nice rigs everyone. I can't wait till Christmas...
post #171 of 866
Yep, there are some crazy good rigs on display here. A lot of very nice setups.
post #172 of 866
Just got the MicroAmp...
post #173 of 866
Here's mine for the moment...5.5ipod w/shure e500
post #174 of 866
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Originally Posted by milkpowder
My portable rig is almost complete:



Still lacking: thinner iPod, eg 2G Nano, 5.5G Video
how much of the tube do you have to cut to get those tri-flanges to fit like that on the e500's?
post #175 of 866
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Originally Posted by trose49
Looks like an I-tank?? check-out www.yotank.com

My question is that ilounge said that the headphone port was too small to accomodate anything but stock pack-ins. Have they modified this? Thats not that important as I plan to use with Cryo dock any problems with that fitting?
Yes, the iPod case is the iTank from yotank. I love it. And the Cryodock has NO problem at all fitting in there. I always use an amp, but I can plug the K81DJ, Shure E500, and DT770's into the iPod's headphone jack while in the iTank with no problem. A tight fit yes, but works fine.
post #176 of 866
Pretty basic rig here, 2gig 1g nano > shure e3, DC/Incase folio for the nano and a coach leather case for the whole setup
post #177 of 866
Using my DIY cables now, sound performance meets visual appearance!

post #178 of 866
Keep them Pics Coming Cool!!! Come on where is the "high" end stuff LOL
post #179 of 866
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Originally Posted by trose49
Looks like an I-tank?? check-out www.yotank.com

My question is that ilounge said that the headphone port was too small to accomodate anything but stock pack-ins. Have they modified this? Thats not that important as I plan to use with Cryo dock any problems with that fitting?
just drill the hole bigger lol. you can use a dremel, drill or such....i prefer the drill press!
post #180 of 866
Updates on my old rig: new companions



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