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what's the thinnest protable amp?

post #1 of 7
Thread Starter 
i've owned pa2v2 and govibe6 previously, and currently using pico and headsix with my ipod classic.
call me crazy but i wish pico and headsix were bigger(but thinner/flatter).
the reason is because i want to be able to bundle them with my ipod more easily.
i find pico to be very hard to bundle with ipod since it's so friggin small, and when i do bundle them together, the shape of the whole thing is weird and i find it uncomfortable in my hand.
headsix is a little better to bundle with ipod since its bigger than pico but i still wish it was a little bigger(but thinner/flatter once again).
so basically, i am looking for a portable amp that is similar in size to ipod classic. the thinner the better.
any suggestions?
btw, i use velcro to bundle my ipod and amp.
thanks.
post #2 of 7
Check out the Ibasso T2. It's nowhere as a good an amp as your Pico, but it's much more flat in shape.
post #3 of 7
Probably the MiniBox-D, which is 0.34 inch thin...

post #4 of 7
Thread Starter 
the jacks on minibox are on the side =(
but i like the volume control on the side.
post #5 of 7
Good recommendation, krmathis. That totally slipped my mind when I typing my post. :P
post #6 of 7
As what krmathis said, the Minibox-D. I use them for my ER4S and they have wonderful synergy. iBasso is going to release a T3. Not sure when though.
post #7 of 7
I'm using the minibox e+ and its just a little wider than my ipod 3rd gen but a small amount shorter. I'm using ultra mate velcro to hold them together and it works well. Doesn't seem too bulky at all.
http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f15/pi...ml#post4376499
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