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Looks like some overpriced toy very_evil_smiley.giftongue_smile.gif
It doesn't just look like one.
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Originally Posted by Tilpo View Post


It doesn't just look like one.

 

WHAT HAPPENED TO YOUR AVATAR!!! :O

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WHAT HAPPENED TO YOUR AVATAR!!! :O
"Draw your avatar July"

At first I changed my avatar to one where I redrew over the orginal using different layers in GIMP, but people didn't appreciate that for some odd reason (despite it taking multiple hours), so I changed it to something I drew without using such 'cheats'. Free-hand and in paint (well, GIMP technically, but same thing).
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I would go the 3M dual lock Velcro over rubber bands. The low profile one gets great recommendations here.
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Clip Owners... Ditch those Rubber Bands!

 

1. Velcro Strap. (Dollar Store or Power Supply Swag :))

2. Body Glove Swivel belt clip. (Princess Auto / Harbor Freight, I paid $1.99 from Princess Auto)

or expensive -> http://www.amazon.com/Body-Glove-74433-Swivel-Silver/dp/B00006JKX2

Any belt clip will do though

 

Portable Parts.jpg

 

Velcro around the E11

Velcro Strap.jpg

 

Clip to the Velcro

Clip Under Velcro.jpg

 

Snap the button into the receiver of the belt clip & hook up the cable...

Assembled Side View.jpg

 

Ready to Rock!

Ready to Rock.jpg

 

Cheap and easy, also looks clean.

*Attach the sticky belt clip button to the side of the E11 that does not come off... wink_face.gif

 

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Whoa, whoa, whoa...stop the clock.

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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

Clip Owners... Ditch those Rubber Bands!

 

1. Velcro Strap. (Dollar Store or Power Supply Swag :))

2. Body Glove Swivel belt clip. (Princess Auto / Harbor Freight, I paid $1.99 from Princess Auto)

or expensive -> http://www.amazon.com/Body-Glove-74433-Swivel-Silver/dp/B00006JKX2

Any belt clip will do though

 

Portable Parts.jpg

 

Velcro around the E11

Velcro Strap.jpg

 

Clip to the Velcro

Clip Under Velcro.jpg

 

Snap the button into the receiver of the belt clip & hook up the cable...

Assembled Side View.jpg

 

Ready to Rock!

Ready to Rock.jpg

 

Cheap and easy, also looks clean.

*Attach the sticky belt clip button to the side of the E11 that does not come off... wink_face.gif

 

beerchug.gif


I'm thinking about doing this without the belt clip on the back. I do enjoy my rubber bands though. 

They help keep the soundstage together. O_o

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Not posted here for a while but have just updated my rig and cables..... (click images for larger pics)

 

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Edited by SpudHarris - 7/4/12 at 5:24am
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Not posted here for a while but have just updated my rig and cables..... (click images for larger pics)

 

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My dream rig!! :D

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Elegant.

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Edited by ExpatinJapan - 7/4/12 at 6:32am
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Elegant.
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The Velvet Underground and Nico

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...noticed that too...nice choice :).

 

My brother-in-law found a not-too-bad vinyl copy the other day when we were trawling some boxes....

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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post


I'm thinking about doing this without the belt clip on the back. I do enjoy my rubber bands though. 

They help keep the soundstage together. O_o

 

Just don't Cryo the rubber as it will make the soundstage very harsh & brittle. biggrin.gif

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Just don't Cryo the rubber as it will make the soundstage very harsh & brittle. biggrin.gif

 

I used to have a gold in colour rubberband coated with silver paint but I found the fiio band providing me a blacker background with less grain... Nuff's said fiio bands are the best. Judging from the material I doubt the CLAS bands would provide any improvements either!

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