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post #31 of 83
The M2 looks like a very viable option for a hornet and iMod.
post #32 of 83
I also found this at Walmart...Wally World....LOL!!!

This is 4.5" x 3" leather front and back with heavy duty elastic sides. It holds a player and amp together nice and snug for casual wear. It also has a belt clip in the back. $6.56...


Front view


Top view with player and XTRA X1 amp. No need to strap them together the elastic sides hold them in the case nicely.


Side view - nice tight fit and they won't slide out. It takes a bit of an effort to get the player and amp out.


Back view of beltclip.

This is an excellent deal for $6.56 I've been carrying my player and amp for the last couple days at work with this.
post #33 of 83
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Originally Posted by OakIris View Post
I received the Crumpler Winkler today - and it is TOO SMALL! It looks really nice and is very well built, but it is apparently only made to carry the MP3 player itself, there is no way to fit an amp in there as well. I am very disappointed. I obviously should have looked at the measurements a bit more closely.

Back to the drawing board.... I will look into the Bundle, I guess, since I am impressed with the build quality & appearance of Crumpler bags.

And here I thought I was all set. Sigh.

Holly
well, I can get you size comparision shots as I have a winkler and a bundle on the way and should be here Monday. I got the winkler for my wife and the bundle for myself.

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Originally Posted by ALBPM View Post
I also found this at Walmart...Wally World....LOL!!!

This is 4.5" x 3" leather front and back with heavy duty elastic sides. It holds a player and amp together nice and snug for casual wear. It also has a belt clip in the back. $6.56...


Front view


Top view with player and XTRA X1 amp. No need to strap them together the elastic sides hold them in the case nicely.


Side view - nice tight fit and they won't slide out. It takes a bit of an effort to get the player and amp out.


Back view of beltclip.

This is an excellent deal for $6.56 I've been carrying my player and amp for the last couple days at work with this.
that's the same case I use for my LDM+ and ZMP combo
post #34 of 83
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Originally Posted by ALBPM View Post
I also found this at Walmart...Wally World....LOL!!!

This is 4.5" x 3" leather front and back with heavy duty elastic sides. It holds a player and amp together nice and snug for casual wear. It also has a belt clip in the back. $6.56...


Front view


Top view with player and XTRA X1 amp. No need to strap them together the elastic sides hold them in the case nicely.


Side view - nice tight fit and they won't slide out. It takes a bit of an effort to get the player and amp out.


Back view of beltclip.

This is an excellent deal for $6.56 I've been carrying my player and amp for the last couple days at work with this.
what kind of headphones are that? they look hot!
post #35 of 83
They're Sennheiser PMX-100's same drivers as the PX-100's. Very comfortable and secure.
post #36 of 83
That bag looks quite nice indeed. A friend of my works at a product design corporation and they.....well design products. I'l ask him if they can make me some nice Black ipod video style waist bag prototype....

Never hurts to ask him
post #37 of 83
Thread Starter 
Well, thanks to Plainsong, , I just ordered a Vaja case for my Nano - the classic in black. I was trying to get an iTank customized so it would fit my ALO line out dock, but the Vaja will work even better I think. And I only have to wait 25 days! I have an iSkin case I will be using in the meantime, but leather is much more appealing to me than the silicone/plastic of the iSkin.

The leather pouch looks really nice, too, Plainsong, but I need a bag that I can hang on my belt.

soloz2 - what size of the Bundle did you purchase? I look forward to seeing your size comparison pictures.

ALBPM - the M2 is definitely a contender! Looks really nice with all of your gear in it. I think I might need something just a little bit taller though, to accomodate my LOD because it increases the height of the Nano/amp combination by about 2 3/4 inches, and the wires are not flexible so definitely need enough room to prevent damage.

Holly
post #38 of 83
Not sure a belt clip bag would do it for me. Someone suggested I try this:
http://www.countycomm.com/BAILOUTBAGGEN5.htm
post #39 of 83
Sorry! I have a case-ari case for my ipod, which is a vaja knock-off, and for the next ipod, I'm certainly going back to the vaja case. I just wish that they made more pda and smartphone cases. It seems like they're just flat out ignoring a lot of the HTC line-up, and I don't know why because those the ones that are more popular. Ahh well, what can ya do?

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Originally Posted by OakIris View Post
Well, thanks to Plainsong, , I just ordered a Vaja case for my Nano - the classic in black. I was trying to get an iTank customized so it would fit my ALO line out dock, but the Vaja will work even better I think. And I only have to wait 25 days! I have an iSkin case I will be using in the meantime, but leather is much more appealing to me than the silicone/plastic of the iSkin.

The leather pouch looks really nice, too, Plainsong, but I need a bag that I can hang on my belt.

soloz2 - what size of the Bundle did you purchase? I look forward to seeing your size comparison pictures.

ALBPM - the M2 is definitely a contender! Looks really nice with all of your gear in it. I think I might need something just a little bit taller though, to accomodate my LOD because it increases the height of the Nano/amp combination by about 2 3/4 inches, and the wires are not flexible so definitely need enough room to prevent damage.

Holly
post #40 of 83
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Originally Posted by SiBurning View Post
Not sure a belt clip bag would do it for me. Someone suggested I try this:
http://www.countycomm.com/BAILOUTBAGGEN5.htm
Neat, with room for the Glock to defend that excessive portable rig
Too bad they are out of black.
post #41 of 83
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by plainsong View Post
Sorry!
I bet! Actually, I had heard about the Vaja cases before, but your post and link brought them back to my attention, and I am very glad they did, because I think they are great looking cases and will add to the protection of my Nano in style.

Wow, Siburning, what exactly do you use for your portable rig that makes you need a bag like that?

If I decide to go for one of the Maxpedition bags, from the dimensions I may have to get the M5 - http://www.maxpedition.com/product/product_m5.htm
The M2 is an ideal size, but I just don't think my LOD cabling would be comfortable in it! I'm thinking that even the large size of the Crumpler Bundle belt bag would be too small as well because the main compartment is only 5.9" in height. Darn ALO!

Holly
post #42 of 83
Are any of the HeadRoom bags appropriate for this, or are they too large?
post #43 of 83
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Originally Posted by rhester View Post
Are any of the HeadRoom bags appropriate for this, or are they too large?
Tought they were ruled out already?
post #44 of 83
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by rhester View Post
Are any of the HeadRoom bags appropriate for this, or are they too large?
Actually, none of the bags are quite the right size - most of them are not long/tall enough. And as I posted earlier, I really don't want to use velcro to make sure my amp, etc., is secured inside a bag. I would love to support HeadRoom, since they are a head-fi sponser, but... (And why don't they have an opening in their bags for the headphone cables?? You would think that a place that specializes in headphones and associated equipment would have such an opening incorporated in their bags! Oh well.)

Holly
post #45 of 83
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Originally Posted by OakIris View Post
Siburning, what exactly do you use for your portable rig that makes you need a bag like that?
Update my signature with pictures Tyll took.

The hard part for me isn't packing the parts neatly in a case, but cabling them together, and having a decent way to handle IEMs, both inside the case, and when wearing them. It gets really hard with optical cables and external bateries. The other cool thing on my list is to be able to change the disk on a CD player with one hand.

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Originally Posted by OakIris View Post
I already have a Waterfield Gear Bag... What do you use to hold your rig while you are actually walking around and using it?... Holly
Why not find someone to sew a belt clip onto your case?
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