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The E12 is FIIO's TOTL portable amp. For me it makes perfect sense to stack both. Because I will for sure test that combo sooner or later.
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Originally Posted by iceman600 View Post
 

I dont think this is the right thread to ask this but everyone in here has a Fiio E12 so... What pouch or case do you use for traveling in your portable gear? I already bought two cases and both are fail. It wont fit. Kinda hard to look for what case will work. ;(

 

Pelican 1020 here but I only have 2 pieces attached.

 

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Pelican 1020 here but I only have 2 pieces attached.

 

:beerchug:

Great!!! May i ask if there are any room when the lid is closed? I mean the Zo2 is not that thick... maybe half a inch more.

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Stacking $120 amp with a $350 dap does not make sense. $350 dap should be more than sufficient to drive.
that is true for some cans, but the x5 puts out about as much power as an e11. The e12 puts out 3.5 times that. Plus, also if you haven't heard, there are such things as bassheads.
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Great!!! May i ask if there are any room when the lid is closed? I mean the Zo2 is not that thick... maybe half a inch more.

I have almost a 1/2" of 3M dual lock between the two units and there is an 1/8" to 1/4" free when the lid is closed.

If you dont use any dual lock, just the bands I bet it would fit.

 

The rubber liner is quite thick, so you could cutout the bottom just in the shape of the E12 and still keep the water proof integrity of the case.

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I have almost a 1/2" of 3M dual lock between the two units and there is an 1/8" to 1/4" free when the lid is closed.

If you dont use any dual lock, just the bands I bet it would fit.

 

The rubber liner is quite thick, so you could cutout the bottom just in the shape of the E12 and still keep the water proof integrity of the case.

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Thanks TrollDragon 

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post #2842 of 3191

I also use a Lowepro Rezo 50.

It will hold both the X3 & E12 and has a great belt loop system. The Zo2 might just fit in it as well since there is a lot of room infront. Again like the Pelican case the interconect has to be removed to zipper it up fully closed. I usually leave the zippers at the top open 2 inches when in use.

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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post
 

I also use a Lowepro Rezo 50.

It will hold both the X3 & E12 and has a great belt loop system. The Zo2 might just fit in it as well since there is a lot of room infront. Again like the Pelican case the interconect has to be removed to zipper it up fully closed. I usually leave the zippers at the top open 2 inches when in use.

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Yay LowePro! Just FYI If you have a Dollarama anywhere near you they get them in rather frequently for 2 and 3 dollars a piece.

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Yay LowePro! Just FYI If you have a Dollarama anywhere near you they get them in rather frequently for 2 and 3 dollars a piece.
you could do what Hawaiibadboy does and buy a body harness for your gear... Quite literally, he does that. And walks around town.
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Yay LowePro! Just FYI If you have a Dollarama anywhere near you they get them in rather frequently for 2 and 3 dollars a piece.
Yes indeed! I picked up the Clamshell Santiago 30 there just this past weekend for $3, its a great deal! They have some Swiss Gear cases as well, Lowepro needs to dump all their stock at Dollarama. biggrin.gif
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I've looked at this thread for about the last hour and skipped a lot of pages (yes I did use search) and have not found to many comparisons between the E11 and the e12. Can anyone compare the two only sonically. Are they close? Thanks
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I've looked at this thread for about the last hour and skipped a lot of pages (yes I did use search) and have not found to many comparisons between the E11 and the e12. Can anyone compare the two only sonically. Are they close? Thanks
The site search function actually works quite well...

Have a look right here...
www.head-fi.org/t/653564/review-xba-3-vs-xba-30-vs-xba-40/120#post_9342128
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I don't fine the e11 and e12 particularly close in sq. E12 has better clarity and much better control in the bass department. E11 sounds muddy and loose in comparison.

E12 for me is at least on class above the e11.

I'm really impressed with thew e12 and find it to perform much better than I expected.
Edited by peter123 - 5/3/14 at 11:50pm
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

The site search function actually works quite well...

Have a look right here...
www.head-fi.org/t/653564/review-xba-3-vs-xba-30-vs-xba-40/120#post_9342128
Like I said I did read a lot of them but must have skipped that one, thanks for showing that one. I was hoping to see some newer ones as well.
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Originally Posted by howdy View Post

I've looked at this thread for about the last hour and skipped a lot of pages (yes I did use search) and have not found to many comparisons between the E11 and the e12. Can anyone compare the two only sonically. Are they close? Thanks

Not close, not by a country mile. The E12 is far better sonically and has much more power. You can also use the E12 while it's charging, The E12 is also built much better, Yes I have both, the E11 hasn't seen an electron is a very long time.

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