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post #7216 of 7505
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Originally Posted by cogsand gears View Post

Wheres you 4A's at? And. does that tablet fit in your pocket? It looks pretty big!

4As isolate too well for work (the TF10 do too, but still).  I have those crazy dropped to the floor jeans that show your undies with 2 belts and really huge pockets... I need to stay in fashion... so yea, I can fit my tablet and laptop in my pockets (together).... 

post #7217 of 7505
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Originally Posted by WayTooCrazy View Post

4As isolate too well for work (the TF10 do too, but still).  I have those crazy dropped to the floor jeans that show your undies with 2 belts and really huge pockets... I need to stay in fashion... so yea, I can fit my tablet and laptop in my pockets (together).... 

Is this you? lol biggrin.gif

 

post #7218 of 7505

How'd you get that?  I looked around and didn't see anyone looking.... smh....

post #7219 of 7505
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Originally Posted by WayTooCrazy View Post

4As isolate too well for work (the TF10 do too, but still).  I have those crazy dropped to the floor jeans that show your undies with 2 belts and really huge pockets... I need to stay in fashion... so yea, I can fit my tablet and laptop in my pockets (together).... 

Pretty much all my IEM's isolate too well for work, but people still insist on talking to me when I have them in. Whats that about?

 

Sweet! I used to have some British army issue desert camo trousers, and the thigh pockets were big enough to fit 2 cans of Strongbow each side. Didnt make walking too easy though.

post #7220 of 7505
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Originally Posted by cogsand gears View Post

Pretty much all my IEM's isolate too well for work, but people still insist on talking to me when I have them in. Whats that about?

 

Sweet! I used to have some British army issue desert camo trousers, and the thigh pockets were big enough to fit 2 cans of Strongbow each side. Didnt make walking too easy though.


At least cider doesn't fizz up too much though. If it was Stella, you'd have lost half of it when you opened them...

post #7221 of 7505
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Originally Posted by zerogun View Post

I'm curious how you guys with external amps pocket these things? Or where do you keep the rig as you're walking around?

My rig is getting thick, ipod classic strapped to a jds labs c421. Thats about as big as i would like, any bigger, and i wouldn't pocket it.

post #7222 of 7505

iPod Classic 7th Gen + Shure SE535 with Hippo Moonstone Cable

 

 

iPod Classic 7th Gen + V-Moda Crossfade M-80 Shadow

post #7223 of 7505

 

the outstanding cheapy couple, JVC HA-S500 (with ATH leather pads) and rockboxed Sansa Clip+ 8+32GB cool.gif


Edited by unkle - 10/13/12 at 4:36am
post #7224 of 7505
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Originally Posted by Jamesy1969 View Post


At least cider doesn't fizz up too much though. If it was Stella, you'd have lost half of it when you opened them...

True enough, but Stella is a lot kinder if you get it in your eyes! That was a weird night out....

post #7225 of 7505
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Originally Posted by cogsand gears View Post

Pretty much all my IEM's isolate too well for work, but people still insist on talking to me when I have them in. Whats that about?

 

Sweet! I used to have some British army issue desert camo trousers, and the thigh pockets were big enough to fit 2 cans of Strongbow each side. Didnt make walking too easy though.

 

With IEMs I can understand, they might just fail to notice them or something. But my colleagues even try to talk to me when I'm wearing full-size closed cans... WTH?

 

I have some 5.11 taclite pants, they might look tacticool, but hey, they're cheap as dirt and last over 2 years of weekly wear... The back pockets on those pants are big enough to stuff a 1.5 liter bottle of coke (the drink, not the drug) in. Walking still works quite well, sitting down is another matter tho...

post #7226 of 7505

tjcheong, I like your classic choices. You have both bases covered with great gear.....Nice...biggrin.gif

 

 

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iPod Classic 7th Gen + Shure SE535 with Hippo Moonstone Cable

 

 

iPod Classic 7th Gen + V-Moda Crossfade M-80 Shadow

 

post #7227 of 7505

thank you longbowbbs ! smile.gif

post #7228 of 7505
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Originally Posted by tjcheong View Post

 

Very nice! Can I ask your where did you got that cable? Do you notice it makes some sonic difference?

It'd fit nice to my SE215. biggrin.gif

post #7229 of 7505
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Originally Posted by hfflt View Post

 

Very nice! Can I ask your where did you got that cable? Do you notice it makes some sonic difference?

It'd fit nice to my SE215. biggrin.gif

I got it from my local Jaben store. I felt that the bass was slightly quicker and also punchier but not boomy. There are also slight refinements in the mids and highs but they're not very significant.

post #7230 of 7505
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Originally Posted by tjcheong View Post

I got it from my local Jaben store. I felt that the bass was slightly quicker and also punchier but not boomy. There are also slight refinements in the mids and highs but they're not very significant.

 

Thanks, that's nice. I really hope there will be more aftermaket cables for SE's.

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