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post #856 of 1377
Here's my setup currently: Just got the 325i's today and am thoroughly enjoying them!

post #857 of 1377
Nice Pic Too!
post #858 of 1377
Hey everyone,

Here's my new setup. I found a great deal at Buy.com for a brand new 4GB Sansa Clip. With a $10 discount from signing up for a new Google Checkout account, I only paid about sixty bucks for the Clip. I 'm using a pair of Sony Psych clip-on headphones and a generic FM Transmitter I found at Target. The 'phones and transmitter have turned out to be surprisingly good. Lastly, I'm using a Case Logic digital camera case to carry my gear in.

Here are some pics (and I apologize in advance for the quality):






Thanks.
post #859 of 1377
Nice price!

Now upgrade the output so you can hear the potential of that clip!

Matt
post #860 of 1377
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Nice price!

Now upgrade the output so you can hear the potential of that clip!

Matt
Any suggestions? And something somewhat, kinda, sorta affordable?
post #861 of 1377
JVC Marshmellows are good entry level In ear monitors or maybe EP630's or CX300's for canal phones or KSC75 for better clips (great mods to do aswell, and very highly regarded as cheap and great entry) or PX100/200 for on ear headphones or over ear for the latter (correct me if im wrong guys, i get confused with the terms. Im an IEM guy!)

All highly regarded however reccomendations may vary depending on music taste and what sound you like... I prefer a balanced sound, but in IEM's it seems to cost alot!

Matt
post #862 of 1377
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Originally Posted by Baines93 View Post
JVC Marshmellows are good entry level In ear monitors or maybe EP630's or CX300's for canal phones or KSC75 for better clips (great mods to do aswell, and very highly regarded as cheap and great entry) or PX100/200 for on ear headphones or over ear for the latter (correct me if im wrong guys, i get confused with the terms. Im an IEM guy!)

All highly regarded however reccomendations may vary depending on music taste and what sound you like... I prefer a balanced sound, but in IEM's it seems to cost alot!

Matt
I appreciate the suggestions.

Thanks!
post #863 of 1377

Cowon D2 4gb+16gb SDHC + Head-Direct RE2 in my Altoids mint case


Case open


Crudely cut out holes for button access and for headphones plug.
The on/off switch hole is a little too small for my thumb to fit in sometimes, I'll have to enlarge it someday.


When at home: HP Pavilion dv1680 + Grado SR80 with HD414 pads, quarter modded.

I should give the Grado + D2 combo a try when I have more time. Probably when I get back into university life.
post #864 of 1377
You can sand off the rest of the paint and have a nice silver case.

Nice cut though.

Just took this picture for a case review I was writing.



Not my ipod touch anymore though. Gave to the sister for her bday..
post #865 of 1377
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You can sand off the rest of the paint and have a nice silver case.
Or spray it with paint stripper. Quicker but more costly and messy.
post #866 of 1377
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Originally Posted by filipelli View Post
You can sand off the rest of the paint and have a nice silver case.

Nice cut though.

Just took this picture for a case review I was writing.

Not my ipod touch anymore though. Gave to the sister for her bday..
Mind to share the case review?
post #867 of 1377
I was thinking of sandpapering it, but my holes didnt come out the way I wanted to to and I was feeling lazy, so I decided to just let it look like a piece of dirt.

The flipside is that now even LESS people will want to steal my cruddy looking mint case. : )
post #868 of 1377
ok, i'm a little shy to post my modest rig, but here it goes anyway:

it's a dyi amp based on the meta42, but it has a buffered ground.

buf634 for ground buffer. a pair of el2001 for the left and right channel buffer. opamp is opa2227. everything fitted inside an altoids tin, as you can see.

an 8gb w910 mobile and a pair of koss the plug earphones complete my rig.

it's modest, it's simple, but it's mine!!!

post #869 of 1377
Nice... how you should build the Mini3 haha
post #870 of 1377
I love the massive knob! I never thought I'd see anybody pairing an amp with a phone, so how does it sound?
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