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archos is on the table at the bottom of the picture
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Here's my poor man's portable

Pre-colour Ipod > Kramer Mod JVC Marshmallows





The Ipod has served me well, was laying dormant for almost 2 years until it suddenly started working again, I was getting the failed hardware message and so I was very lucky! Though not being able to group compilations is slightly annoying and it is pre-gapless, too. Looking towards some better earphones soon, too, of course. These are amazing for the cost though The old brasso trick does work, too! One thing I like about the old Ipods is the placement of the headphone jack, and the click wheel is a bit better I think, a bit more robust, harder to get lost, and with the new Ipods if you have something without artwork it puts a dummy one in there which looks a bit annoying, I like the display here. And that bright blue is strangely alluring. The headphone jack has worn a bit with time though and the headphones fall about a bit easier but I can't hear it having affected the sound at all.

Anyways now I'm rambling!
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iMod/ALO-Ag/Au/Predator/UE-11
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WOW!
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nice stuff mark_h! you must be very please. is that a mini to mini or LOD? it doesn't seem like an LOD but it is more logical that it's an LOD...
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Thanks I am happy! Mini to mini from a 4th gen. iMod (caps are inside)
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iPod Classic -> C&C Box+ -> ATH-W5000
Everything is secured together with velcro (except for the stray mini to standard cable).
When i need more portability i just drop the velcroed headamp and w5k and plug in my trusty e2gs .
Just incase - that's NOT an iPod shuffle, it's the radio/remote.
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iMod/ALO-Ag/Au/Predator/UE-11
that looks like a sweet setup mark...
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iMod/ALO-Ag/Au/Predator/UE-11
damn, those cables are massive!!!
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Easily post of the day. I couldn't agree more
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is there really any reason to own 3 different ipods?
Indeed there is, one for the Tomahawk, one for the Headsix and one for the MiniBoxE+!

I'm still a firm believer that veriety is the spice of life

Between my original iPod Mini, 2nd gen Nano (think I'm going for a Pico for this one), U2Pod, new Nano, a plethora of LOD's, IEM's and CANS I can mix and match for a very wide veriety of size, sond sigs and rigs for certian purposes

But of all these rigs they just never seem to reach this level!
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iMod/ALO-Ag/Au/Predator/UE-11
Hi Mark,

Where did you get your ipod case from? i think it looks pretty clean and nice.
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I'm still a firm believer that veriety is the spice of life

Between my original iPod Mini, 2nd gen Nano (think I'm going for a Pico for this one), U2Pod, new Nano, a plethora of LOD's, IEM's and CANS I can mix and match for a very wide veriety of size, sond sigs and rigs for certian purposes

Wouldn't variety mean different mp3 players, not just different versions of iPods?
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