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post #106 of 1051
Thanks for the pics of the Minibox-E. I've been trying to figure out which amp would match my 3G nano better, the MiniBox-E, iBasso T2 or Mini^3. I'm a fan of the XP Amp and want a small amp to attach the nano to so it can still fit in my pocket fairly easy. And no need to suggest the glorified CMoy (aka Tomahawk)
post #107 of 1051
Here's what I've been using this last week, long battery life ftw.


post #108 of 1051
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Originally Posted by Dublo7 View Post
How do you guys carry around these rigs? Do you just make custom playlists and then put the rigs in your backpacks?
Griffin AirClick was what I had for my old iPod 3G, so im waiting for a new RF Remote for the classic.
post #109 of 1051
3G 8gb Nano video (playing Eurotrip) > ALO Jumbo Cryo x Silver iMod line out dock (works with all dock ipods, not just iMods) > RSA Tomahawk > Denon AH-C700 (my E500 and Livewires weren't available).

post #110 of 1051
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Originally Posted by HeadphoneAddict View Post
3G 8gb Nano video (playing Eurotrip) > ALO Jumbo Cryo x Silver iMod line out dock (works with all dock ipods, not just iMods) > RSA Tomahawk > Denon AH-C700 (my E500 and Livewires weren't available).
you mean SE500
post #111 of 1051
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Originally Posted by Ttvetjanu View Post
you mean SE500
he does? werent there E500, and now theres SE-530?
post #112 of 1051
Read his sig Quaddy.
post #113 of 1051
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Originally Posted by Nuwidol View Post
Read his sig Quaddy.
too confusing for the likes of a simple village idiot like me.
post #114 of 1051
@HeadphoneAddict
What is the iPod case?
post #115 of 1051
Well, shall these pictures speak

Transportable rig...


Portable rig...
post #116 of 1051
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Originally Posted by Milk and Coffee View Post
Well, shall these pictures speak

Transportable rig...

L
Great shot, great gear.
post #117 of 1051
Here's my total newbie setup:



Granted the IEMs that come with the player are actually better in some ways, but my cat encountered them and needless to say they won't be joining us ever again.

Suggestions for step-up IEMs are welcome... I'd like to find something with a somewhat better soundstage and less hiss.
post #118 of 1051
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Originally Posted by selfnoise View Post
Here's my total newbie setup:



Granted the IEMs that come with the player are actually better in some ways, but my cat encountered them and needless to say they won't be joining us ever again.
Nice newbie rig

I use a DAP and ER6 in bed where my cat sometimes sleeps by my side...I've caught him chewing on cables before...I fear I'll wake up with a severed connection between DAP & IEM
post #119 of 1051
Nothing fancy, but I'm happy. The noise on the bus doesn't stand a chance.

post #120 of 1051
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Originally Posted by smallmouth View Post
Nothing fancy, but I'm happy. The noise on the bus doesn't stand a chance.

Nice, clean looking rig.
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