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post #151 of 1051
Sorry to high jack the thread of a quick post.

Anyone got a calendar of when the 08 head-fi meets are and where?

I would love to go to one.

THanks.
post #152 of 1051
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Originally Posted by r1ckchard View Post


Hopefully getting a Mini^3 in a couple weeks. So my setup will be:
iPod Nano -> TURBO Diabolous V11 -> MisterX Mini^3 -> Shure E4c
Nice looking pic and rig!
post #153 of 1051

going for the ultra portable IPOD set up

new 6th gen 80 gig IPOD
- add in BSE skin to keep it safe
- add on an Ibasso T2 amp to the back
- interconnect it with a bling bling from Ken

and Viola! the slimmest set up I have put together to date

add in ER-4Ps with bass boost enabled or the E500s without and I have a very enjoyable set up that fits together nice and neat

post #154 of 1051
post #155 of 1051
Just got the LOD.

Here's my updated rig.
(They are connected with velcro strips along with the red rubber band.)

Portable: 1st Gen. Nano ---> SPC LOD ---> Minibox-E ---> Shure E4c

Semi-Portable: 1st Gen. Nano ---> SPC LOD ---> Minibox-E ---> Beyer DT880 / Recabled Grado SR80 (On the way)







I think I'm going to be happy with this for a long time. (Famous last words )
post #156 of 1051
Wow... I'd love to hear that rig LOL
post #157 of 1051
[QUOTE=Lil' Knight;3376627]My cheapy portable stuffs, Cowon D2, Etymotic ER4p and BackJack. Love the black
Mini3 and E500 comin' soon ^^


Hey, I've got the blackjack and the ep-630s too! (and the screen protector on the bodyglove case really loves to trap lint and dust, but it doesn't look quite that dirty in person )



Here is my last portable rig (with the ep-630s)



and my new rig (not shown with the 630s but thats what I use when traveling)



I would like to have a smaller portable amp, but that will do for now. I think the next purchase will be some mylarone x3s
post #158 of 1051
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Originally Posted by nineohtoo View Post
Something new I put together tonight:

Marshmallows with a Shure MPA(which was a PITA to find). It's shortened with a neutrik plug, and etymotic triflanges. I also poked a wider hole through the paper. Not as muddy, and I think the bass is less bloated. All I need now is my black back plate and my iPhone is complete
Hey which saitek is that? I have one of their keyboards, not sure of the model, but it's blue like yours but it came with the "breakout" keypad that you can attach to it. I used to have some macros programmed so I could change songs in winamp while I was playing Counterstrike (online multiplayer game, in case you are not familiar) but I don't play too much anymore.
post #159 of 1051
My "transportable rig" did not really change, but I've got a new going to school rig.



Cost: $55.

Heh.he.he, alright.
post #160 of 1051
^nice!

hey, you guys know any place to find first gen shuffles and skins? i tried looking around and only found some iffy looking sites
post #161 of 1051
ipodmechanic.com still sells some 1st gen. Shuffles. They don't come with any accessories, just the Shuffle alone for $39.
post #162 of 1051
shomie911, Did you have much experience with other amps before you got the Minibox-E? I have one on order, and it's my first headphone amp. Also, do you find much use for the switches? Thanks, CK
post #163 of 1051
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Originally Posted by ckhirnigs113 View Post
ipodmechanic.com still sells some 1st gen. Shuffles. They don't come with any accessories, just the Shuffle alone for $39.
they're sold out... it's ok =0
post #164 of 1051
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hey, you guys know any place to find first gen shuffles and skins?
http://www.shufflesome.com/
For iPod Shuffle 1G you have to look on ebay or something like that. In Poland on allegro.pl (it's kind of Polish eBay) you can get now even new one.
post #165 of 1051


zune and px100
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