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post #16 of 39
With a regular full-size iPod with an amp - I use aprox 3 or 4 1 1/2" patches of Velcro first stuck to back of iPod.....the other half stock to amp.

With smaller dap eg. Nano /amp combo use Scunci (they're like rubber bands - but clear/thin/narrow/a stretchy plastic formulation). These are most often found in ladies hair care sections of drugstores - packs of aprox 50 for a couple of dollars.
post #17 of 39
twine works good
post #18 of 39
About an hour ago, I finally got my setup the way I like it. Got rid of the black duct tape, and I hot glued my ex-camera bag strap to my Zune's DLO Action Jacket. It was slightly too short, so I had to glue/fuse an extension on it (which I hope holds up), but it's much better now. The only bad part was once I tried to take it off, part of the case came off with it. It's fine now.
post #19 of 39
Velcro One-Wrap works well and has a finished, purpose-built look to it. Also check out the Tamrac 5692 digital camera bag -- holds my iPod Classic and SR71-A with LOD cable in the main compartment like it was custom made for the job and there is a separate zippered compartment that holds my IEM's. Cost was <$20; quality is top notch.
post #20 of 39
whats velcro one wrap?!
post #21 of 39
It comes on a roll like tape and you can cut it to any length... It's hook on one side and loop on the other so it sticks to it'self ( and nylon braided/cloth sheething as well) when you wrap it around things. Very hand for tying off cables of different lengths but I think it would slide too easily wrapped around an amp and dap.
post #22 of 39
Velcro works Best. Esp when you need to reconfigure as and when etc.
post #23 of 39
hmmmm, either way, you can use those friendship band to tie them up together.
i use the iqube band as they came together with my iqube when i purchased it.
post #24 of 39
velcro and headroom bags. Skip the rubber bands.
post #25 of 39
Quote:
Originally Posted by iriverdude View Post
For hard drive based DAP's, neodymium magnets ;-)

So do you glue the magnets on? I think that would be a bit risky...
post #26 of 39
My iPod Classic is in a BSE skin. I have Velcro on top of that on the back. Velcro also on the lid of my CMOY's Altoids tin. Works for me.
post #27 of 39
Quote:
Originally Posted by clarinetman View Post
So do you glue the magnets on? I think that would be a bit risky...
It was a joke... at least I really hope so.
post #28 of 39
velcro dots.. works perfect and easy to switch aruond
post #29 of 39
post #30 of 39
What about blutak to couple them together?
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