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post #91 of 1051
The second one's just inverted colors.
post #92 of 1051
Yea, the blue flame is a custom skin with a blue tomahawk, while the red flame is just inverted colour for fun
post #93 of 1051
does the tomahawk run hot at all?






post #94 of 1051
I saw Pokato's rig in person... *falls in love* LOL
post #95 of 1051
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Love the shot...
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Awesome picture!
THANKS!
post #96 of 1051
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does the tomahawk run hot at all?
tomahawk feels room temperature on the outside even after several hours of high volume use
post #97 of 1051
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tomahawk feels room temperature on the outside even after several hours of high volume use
LOL! Obviously the sarcasm was missed.
post #98 of 1051

My very modest setup. . .

Based on how cool I want to look v. how nice I want it to sound. . . .

post #99 of 1051
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Based on how cool I want to look v. how nice I want it to sound. . . .

Is there some skin on there because it looks rather white instead of silver.
post #100 of 1051
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Is there some skin on there because it looks rather white instead of silver.
Yeah, part of it is the lighting. . .the other part is a BSE skin. It's shiny, so it appears white in this picture.
post #101 of 1051
How do you guys carry around these rigs? Do you just make custom playlists and then put the rigs in your backpacks?
post #102 of 1051
I usually just put on an album and listen to it the entire way through (that's how I always listen to music). As for a carrying device, I use my backpack from Eddie Bauer. It's absolutely perfect. It has a little pouch at the top of the inside of the bag (the area where those handle things are) and a slit for headphones to come through. Here's a pic



The little strap that is hanging down is velcro to close up the top of the pouch. As far as I know, all Eddie Bauer bags have a place like this and it's just awesome for a portable bag if you're a student.
post #103 of 1051
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How do you guys carry around these rigs? Do you just make custom playlists and then put the rigs in your backpacks?
bag, but im mr. icannotlistentothesameshiatalloveragain so sometimes it's inside my coat (now that it's fall-winter) so i can scroll to the song that i wanna hear. I do have a standing playlist for current tracks but im a :

"bipolar music addict"

and my music taste varies every 10 minutes.

i'll post mine soon.
post #104 of 1051
I just have my DAP play file folders in sequence and put the rig in my backpack. I have a govibe which is a little smaller than the sweetpig amp and fits in my coat pocket. Sometimes I use that. Usually I just go without an amp though when not using my backpack
post #105 of 1051
I'm not sure how some people do it. There's some pretty big "portable" rigs.

Here's mine with updated velcro and matching red rubber band, it fits in my pocket. I like the convenience of being able to change songs, adjust volume etc.

Still waiting on my LOD, shipping from Canada is slow







I'll be sure to post the full setup when the LOD it gets here.

Nano--->LOD--->Minibox-E--->Shure E4c or Beyer DT880
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