Originally Posted by TooPoor
Seriously, right? I'm quite nervous about transporting all of it to be honest. I will be doing SoCal to Boston (for a few days) then
Boston to London for a few weeks. I wanted something that would be easy on planes/trains. Not for walking around. I'm also considering bringing back my LCD2.2's because my friends back east want to see them. IF the Glacier can run them sufficiently then I will, but they're quite power hungry. My Lyr powers them very well, but they can take more
I think buying insurance for all the gears your lugging around will definitely give you a piece of mind.
Anyway another Glacier owner here. Bought it really for the built quality / ruggedness and ultra portability cause I like rugged gears as I usually mistreat them .Using it with the S3 as source and the M-100 headphones(another rugged gear) almost everywhere I go and that includes me biking on my MTB every weekend.
Not really happy with the frist usb cable that I did in terms of mishandling it so did a right angle one below.