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Not really a photo of my portable rig but more a shot of my efforts to keep a portable audio bail-out-bag.

I'm really bad at packing for trips the night before and then pulling my hair out on the road as I discover which cable or widget I forgot at home. I constantly travel pretty far off the beaten track, mostly where replacements are impossible to buy.

This represents everything needed to take my ipod classic/ CLAS/ Continental rig on the road. The only unrelated extras are the lightning cable and 12W wall wart for my ipad.
Anyone relate?
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Not really a photo of my portable rig but more a shot of my efforts to keep a portable audio bail-out-bag.

I'm really bad at packing for trips the night before and then pulling my hair out on the road as I discover which cable or widget I forgot at home. I constantly travel pretty far off the beaten track, mostly where replacements are impossible to buy.

This represents everything needed to take my ipod classic/ CLAS/ Continental rig on the road. The only unrelated extras are the lightning cable and 12W wall wart for my ipad.
Anyone relate?

I can relate precisely because I'm the exact opposite to you. I always end up bringing too much every time I go somewhere or do something...

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Today's comprehensive exam rig: RBed Sansa Clip+ >>> C&C BH2 >>> Earsonics SM64 V2.

 

 Surprisingly fun synergy between this mish-mash of budget and hi-end gear!

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Heir audio 4a.i + DIY silver dragon + whiplash cable

Better bass impact ( more tight and precise then the original cable ) with better clarity and separation

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Any one in here using Fiio E12? Can someone recommends me a carry case? I already bought 2 cases and its a FAIL... both wont fit. :angry_face:

I got a Pelican case and a case logic.

My Rig is an iPod classic - Fiio E12 - ZO2

 

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Any one in here using Fiio E12? Can someone recommends me a carry case? I already bought 2 cases and its a FAIL... both wont fit. :angry_face:

I got a Pelican case and a case logic.

My Rig is an iPod classic - Fiio E12 - ZO2

 

The Pelican 1020 will work with room to spare. I'm carrying my X3+E12 combo in a fo leather pouch that came with a pair of Koss Porta Pro and my InEar SD-2:s in a InEar-branded Pelican 1010.


Edited by skalkman - 4/20/14 at 3:47am
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Spotify sounding great from my Sony SP and Fiio E7 also managed to shoot some video and take a few pics on my walk with the dog today and the sun was out!!:smile:

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The Pelican 1020 will work with room to spare. I'm carrying my X3+E12 combo in a fo leather pouch that came with a pair of Koss Porta Pro and my InEar SD-2:s in a InEar-branded Pelican 1010.
I use a camera case for my rig and it gives plenty of protection and they are all under 20 USD. And come with a lanyard.
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I use a camera case for my rig and it gives plenty of protection and they are all under 20 USD. And come with a lanyard.
What camera case exactly? I bought a caselogic camera case and my rig wont fit.
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The Pelican 1020 will work with room to spare. I'm carrying my X3+E12 combo in a fo leather pouch that came with a pair of Koss Porta Pro and my InEar SD-2:s in a InEar-branded Pelican 1010.
Will the 1020 still have room to spare for an ipod classic together with the E12?
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Any one in here using Fiio E12? Can someone recommends me a carry case? I already bought 2 cases and its a FAIL... both wont fit. :angry_face:

I got a Pelican case and a case logic.

My Rig is an iPod classic - Fiio E12 - ZO2

 

 

 

I use this with my HiFi-M8 / iPod Touch combo:

 

http://www.timbuk2.com/tb2/products/pill-box-gopro-hero-camera-case-for-electronic-devices

 

But check your dimensions first, since I'm not sure how much taller your stack is against mine...

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Will the 1020 still have room to spare for an ipod classic together with the E12?

Yes it will.
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Pelican 1020 with X3 & E12.

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The Hugo with the AK240 and the Roxanne is the just awesome. The AKG 3003 and the ibasso are now for sale.

 

The AK240 as source for the Hugo and the Roxanne is the end game for me I think. I've found the holy grail with these combo, so not going to look to upgrade for a while, which is sad as I loved  hunting for the holy grail in my portable audio.

 

The hugo has replaced my Schiit Gungnir, the ALO audio RX3B and the CLAS i had before and I don't them at all now I have the Hugo.

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The Hugo with the AK240 and the Roxanne is the just awesome. The AKG 3003 and the ibasso are now for sale.

The AK240 as source for the Hugo and the Roxanne is the end game for me I think. I've found the holy grail with these combo, so not going to look to upgrade for a while, which is sad as I loved  hunting for the holy grail in my portable

I am happy for you that you going your ultimate solution.

Please Tell us How much Ak240>HUGO>Roxane is better than Ak240>Roxane ! is it really better than AK240 Alone !!

Did you tried Ak240 BALANCED>Roxane BALANCED ? It might be as Good as your HUGO SE>Roxane SE ?
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