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Originally Posted by Cotnijoe View Post
 

 

doesnt it look like he's lip syncing? i've watched this so many times and this is the first time ive thought this haha

Well, there's this...
 

Fairly certain he's just playing the part ;)


Edited by batteraziiz - 3/7/14 at 1:10pm
post #10487 of 14366
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Originally Posted by Podster View Post
 

Try here Dreamthinker http://www.yotank.com/ 

 

Thanks Podster.

 

60$ is quite expensive for a case, imo. 

If I drop my rig, it would hit the ground, amp first so there is no point really...

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Originally Posted by TheDreamthinker View Post
 

 

Thanks Podster.

 

60$ is quite expensive for a case, imo. 

If I drop my rig, it would hit the ground, amp first so there is no point really...

Yes, you can sure find cases for a lot less. I usually put my strapped DAP/AMP into a good case anyway so the Yo-Tank would be overkill and added weight. I will admit the thing is bulletproof and many military members have them in the field with only IEM's on them but you can literally drive over a Yo-Tank and not damage your device:cool:

post #10489 of 14366

NICE SET-UP !

 


Edited by bmichels - 3/7/14 at 2:44pm
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Originally Posted by bmichels View Post

NICE SET-UP !


Now what's that amp at the bottom there?
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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post


Now what's that amp at the bottom there?

I wish I knew ...

post #10492 of 14366

AppleMark

New pipe, new photo. Went to ALO in Portland and listened to a couple of different LOD's. Couldn't believe the difference from the basic FiiO. Went with the big boy.

 

iPod 3rd Gen, ALO Triple Pipe LOD, C&C BH2, FiiO RC-UE2 cable, Triple Fi 10's

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Originally Posted by Montyburns View Post
 

AppleMark

New pipe, new photo. Went to ALO in Portland and listened to a couple of different LOD's. Couldn't believe the difference from the basic FiiO. Went with the big boy.

 

iPod 3rd Gen, ALO Triple Pipe LOD, C&C BH2, FiiO RC-UE2 cable, Triple Fi 10's

 

Good for you that you hear a difference with Alo LOD. When I tried it all I can hear in my head is "You can make one yourself at the fraction of the price"

post #10494 of 14366
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Good for you that you hear a difference with Alo LOD. When I tried it all I can hear in my head is "You can make one yourself at the fraction of the price"

Ha! No kidding. If you want to make one, I'll take it :). Honestly, I went to get an amp wallet and tried a couple of their LOD's on a whim. Difference was night and day - even between this LOD and their other offerings. He explained all the high gauge materials, but I didn't care so much at the time. I just knew I couldn't walk out without one knowing how good it sounded. And no, I didn't want one that stuck out 2 inches, but after I heard it compared to the Low Rider, again, couldn't disagree with the sound.

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Originally Posted by Montyburns View Post
 

Ha! No kidding. If you want to make one, I'll take it :). Honestly, I went to get an amp wallet and tried a couple of their LOD's on a whim. Difference was night and day - even between this LOD and their other offerings. He explained all the high gauge materials, but I didn't care so much at the time. I just knew I couldn't walk out without one knowing how good it sounded. And no, I didn't want one that stuck out 2 inches, but after I heard it compared to the Low Rider, again, couldn't disagree with the sound.

 


I did. I went out to get the best cable I can find (22 gauge, OFC silverplated cable and low profile righ-angled plugs) and made my own custom LOD fit for my stack. I only spent 1/5 the cost Alo was asking and I still have plenty of spare wire.

post #10496 of 14366
I"m sure with 14 post old Monty is an authority Head:-0 I like your IC (more like an ITAP) but sweet none the less. Cable resistance is none existent as well. Sweet;-)
post #10497 of 14366
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Originally Posted by bmichels View Post

NICE SET-UP !



Whats norturnal audio?
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Don't knock the newcomers.  They have as much right to be here as you.  :cool:

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Originally Posted by Cotnijoe View Post

Whats norturnal audio?

It's a custom cable maker based in Singapore.
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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post

Now what's that amp at the bottom there?

It looks like a Shozy PX-M1 to me.
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