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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 #10487 of 14754

NICE SET-UP !

 


Edited by bmichels - 3/7/14 at 2:44pm
post #10488 of 14754
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NICE SET-UP !


Now what's that amp at the bottom there?
post #10489 of 14754
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Now what's that amp at the bottom there?

I wish I knew ...

post #10490 of 14754

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

post #10491 of 14754
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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 #10492 of 14754
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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 #10494 of 14754
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 #10495 of 14754
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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:

post #10497 of 14754
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Originally Posted by Cotnijoe View Post

Whats norturnal audio?

It's a custom cable maker based in Singapore.
post #10498 of 14754
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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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It looks like a Shozy PX-M1 to me.

Yeah, it is. 

 

I was a bit disappointed with that amp. Not great IMO. 

post #10500 of 14754
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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
You have a good taste in setup I dig it man, great synergy when I borrowed a friends tf10's and plugged em into my c&c bh. To be honest the tf10's sound a lot like my ue 6000 headphones
Edited by mpawluk91 - 3/7/14 at 11:35pm
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