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post #106 of 3199

2rooi123 , a chinese from a chinese forum claim that your model of kenwood support line-out (the screen will say that the volume is static or something like that), do you think it is a real line out?

post #107 of 3199

will try some time

post #108 of 3199

All I have for the moment, I'm selling my TF10P in the FS forum right now (local OC/LA area), so I'm just using Sennheiser HD280s into a Sansa C200v2 with Rockbox and a 16gb microsdhc card. The player is very small, convenient, and light. I wish the battery life was a little better though.

Sorry for the blurryness and noise of the images, they were taking with my cheap cellphone in black and white mode, with a random lens element held in front for macro capability.

 

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ipod classic 160 gb => mcap => voyager via vocalist lod and ic

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post #112 of 3199

is a silicone case really needed on the clip+? :P I find that it;s built pretty well and the clip might be a bit difficult for a case to use it well :P

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is a silicone case really needed on the clip+? :P I find that it;s built pretty well and the clip might be a bit difficult for a case to use it well :P


It was on it when I got it. I would never have bought one for it otherwise.....the Clip+/clip are tough little suckers.

 

That said, the one without a case has no card, and will be my podcast machine(quicker refreshes without the 16GB card, after all). The one with the case, I'm going to cram with music, and put some tape over the hole for the card. My old one, I had a couple instances where the card got bumped while in my backpack, and while it didn't fly out, it did trigger a 5 minute refresh of the database when I turned it on.....so maybe if the card is insulated by the case, that won't happen.

post #114 of 3199

Whats the M-Cap about?

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Doh!

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ipod classic 160 gb => mcap => voyager via vocalist lod and ic

Sorry for the posting mess! Just wondered whjat the mcap did and how?
 

post #118 of 3199

Correct me if i'm wrong, but to my knowledge it houses extra Capacitors needed for a DIY-mod to function, due to them being bypassed inside of the iPod. Some people house the Capacitor's inside the iPod (although it can be a squeeze), or inside a LOD.

Tom.

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It was on it when I got it. I would never have bought one for it otherwise.....the Clip+/clip are tough little suckers.

 

That said, the one without a case has no card, and will be my podcast machine(quicker refreshes without the 16GB card, after all). The one with the case, I'm going to cram with music, and put some tape over the hole for the card. My old one, I had a couple instances where the card got bumped while in my backpack, and while it didn't fly out, it did trigger a 5 minute refresh of the database when I turned it on.....so maybe if the card is insulated by the case, that won't happen.


I guess that's a reason. If my clip+ is in my bag I have the snap case that was included with  my Coppers that I put the clip+ in. It protects it from anything scratching it. There's a bunch of usb cables and pens and stuff like that in that pocket area of my bag but nothing to damage it really. I don't use a microsdhc card however but they definitely are well built enough for me to not worry.

post #120 of 3199

just got my d10 today; finally a portable rig to be proud of...

 

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ipod 160gb classic-ibasso lod-ibasso d10 cobra-sennheiser ie8

don't think i'll be upgrading/changing for a while now. waiting for my denon d2k's to arrive as well so pretty sorted for portable audio.

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