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how does the HP-P1 case work?!??!

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i have tried putting both the amp and touch into it, but it slides... don't know how those velcro are suppose to be strapped... it's confusing.!!!    :/

post #2 of 13

Here's how I do mine. Note I can't take pix if my iPhone's in the case :D :-

 

Back Velcro
Front Cabling

Cable storage

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Originally Posted by mannn View Post

i have tried putting both the amp and touch into it, but it slides... don't know how those velcro are suppose to be strapped... it's confusing.!!!    :/



Know the answer to this question and you will have unlocked the mysteries of the universe.  What a POS.  Because I usually carry mine inside an InCase bag, I just "rubber-band" it since the "iPod" compartment is pretty plush (almost faux fur-like).  If I am tossing it in a backpack it goes rubber-banded into a small Tamrac camera bag -- really well padded, just the right size and room in a small front compartment for IEM's.  


Edited by Il Mostro - 10/12/11 at 7:30pm
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Thanks for the photos...  but how does that flap works when you have the phone inside?
 

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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

Here's how I do mine. Note I can't take pix if my iPhone's in the case :D :-

 



 

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do show pics please?   :D
 

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Originally Posted by Il Mostro View Post

Know the answer to this question and you will have unlocked the mysteries of the universe.  What a POS.  Because I usually carry mine inside an InCase bag, I just "rubber-band" it since the "iPod" compartment is pretty plush (almost faux fur-like).  If I am tossing it in a backpack it goes rubber-banded into a small Tamrac camera bag -- really well padded, just the right size and room in a small front compartment for IEM's.  



 

post #6 of 13

Go to Home Depot and get some of those little feet that they stick on chair or table leg so they don't scratch the floor, stick them on the HP-P1 matched to the corners of the iPhone, then find an elastic band to keep them together. The "feet" won't actually help sticking but they'd help prevent scratching. Otherwise, I'd get a small camera bag designed for high-performance compacts and micro4/3, and put the HP-P1 and iPhone into separate (velvet) pouches to prevent scratching on each other.

post #7 of 13

Better yet go to Moon Audio and get four of their bands put two around the HP-P1 and if you have the iPod Touch, two more around the both the iPod Touch and HP-P1 as I do. Very small setup but very nice and the bands do what the feet would do for you.

post #8 of 13

It's real simple: the case doesn't work. The POS was clearly invented by someone with a penchant for Japanese fetish wear.

post #9 of 13

So what are Fostex HP-P1 owners using as a case for their rigs?

 

Personally,I've completely given up with the original Fostex case as It's just too frustrating and am desperately seeking other options.

Sadly none of the other cases I have filling up storage space fit particularly well.

 

I use the HP-P1 rubber banded to an iPod Classic in a Yotank billet case.

Dimensions are 5.25" X 2" X 3"

 

Any recommendations?

What are you other HP-P1 owners using?

post #10 of 13
I like the original case. No problems in understanding how it's supposed to work here.
I use it all the time with my Classic. Am I the only one who likes it??
post #11 of 13

The case was clearly designed for asians..... tongue.gif

post #12 of 13
To prepare the Classic/P1 combo feels a little bit like change a baby's nappies. But the Fostex smells better. So no complaints from europe.
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http://www.billingham.co.uk/acatalog/AVEAs.html, when I get my HP-P1, I will use this, should fit my iPod 7th gen. Classic>HP>TTVJ? I will have find out if it has good synergy, will be getting the TTVJ next week sometime, and will have to save up for the HP-P1, I have to stop reading these threads! yea, right, NOT! lol,

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