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Originally Posted by NZtechfreak View Post

 

Nice rig Kojaku!

 

Great seeing some more S3 rigs making it on here, possibly the first real non-iPhone option for portable audio for audiophiles.

 

The Glacier uses a micro USB input right? If that is the case the Hakshop USB OTG cable is worth looking at as a single-cable solution (it doesn't terminate in a female USB, but rather a micro USB). I have one, but don't have a DAC that takes micro USB input yet, will confirm whether it works or not when I get my Leckerton.

 

Still haven't worked out how to make my rig tidy, but then I haven't settled which device to use (will probably be the RSA Intruder I am presently using, but have to try the Leckerton UHA-6S.MKII I've also ordered first).

 

Should be getting the HE-6 soon too, will be nice to be able to power that off a portable rig.

 

Just ordered that Hakshop cable....hope it works :)

 

Kojaku

post #137 of 13547
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Originally Posted by cogsand gears View Post

1000

who makes that LOD cable?


My guess would be qusp
post #138 of 13547
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Originally Posted by Angular Mo View Post

who makes that LOD cable?


Himself...
post #139 of 13547
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Originally Posted by Angular Mo View Post

who makes that LOD cable?

Me!

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Originally Posted by nc8000 View Post


My guess would be qusp

Wrong. But they are 'in a similar format' ;D

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Originally Posted by putente View Post


Himself...

Correct!

post #140 of 13547
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Originally Posted by elektrosteve View Post

BTW: Will it be possible to use the new Nexus 4 as a transport like the S3? If yes, I´ll consider buy one.

 

No, not on the stock software, but with Root and a custom kernel it should be (like it is with similar mods on the Nexus 7).

post #141 of 13547
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Originally Posted by RingingEars View Post


You mean like this.............................................................?

 

No, admonish for posting pictures multiple times!

post #142 of 13547

1000

post #143 of 13547

@Kojaku

 

 

Not trying to rain on your parade or anything but what happens when you receive or have to make a phone call? On these forums I've seen enough people post pics of bricks, yours truly being one of them, and there's been stories of walking around with a brick in ones pocket but I've never heard of anyone walking around with a squid in their pocket?

post #144 of 13547
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Originally Posted by DigitalFreak View Post

@Kojaku



Not trying to rain on your parade or anything but what happens when you receive or have to make a phone call? On these forums I've seen enough people post pics of bricks, yours truly being one of them, and there's been stories of walking around with a brick in ones pocket but I've never heard of anyone walking around with a squid in their pocket?

It reroutes to the speaker automatically when I receive a call. As I said, the "squid" just takes up empty space. It doesn't expand beyond the thickness of the glaciwr nor beyond the width. Answering calls is like answering calls on a slightly taller wider and taller iPhone 4S in a case. Literally completely comfortable.

Also, I don't know how a 1-inch thick rig like mine is a "brick".

Kojaku
post #145 of 13547
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Originally Posted by Kojaku View Post


It reroutes to the speaker automatically when I receive a call. As I said, the "squid" just takes up empty space. It doesn't expand beyond the thickness of the glaciwr nor beyond the width. Answering calls is like answering calls on a slightly taller wider and taller iPhone 4S in a case. Literally completely comfortable.
Also, I don't know how a 1-inch thick rig like mine is a "brick".
Kojaku


Well brick is just a figure of speech. Besides the squid everything on your rig is pretty low profile so it's not literally a brick.

post #146 of 13547
T-Peos H-100KG Hyrbid + Colorfly C3





Check out the fully SIK metal housing job boy's!
post #147 of 13547

new addition to my portable setup! they shout out value! 

 

microdrivers! sony mh1c

 

 

1000

post #148 of 13547
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Originally Posted by turgid View Post

new addition to my portable setup! they shout out value! 

 

microdrivers! sony mh1c

 

 

 

wow, these earphones are getting more and more popular

I must try them myself

 

thanks Clieos to bring these to headfi

post #149 of 13547
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Originally Posted by longbowbbs View Post

I marvel at our collective creativity!

Speaking of creativity - here's a nifty little piece I made out of aluminium tubing, heatshrink and some tape - an EXTRA EXTRA strain relief for my portable rig. There is virtually no strain on the headjack socket or plug itself. Makes you feel a lot more comfortable and no doubt it will extend to life of the components.. Cable slots in and out really nicely. Snug as a bug really. 

 

 

 

EDIT: The aluminium can be tightened and loosed accordingly with varying cable thicknesses or preferred tightness.

 

700700700


Edited by D2000 - 11/3/12 at 7:13am
post #150 of 13547

^^

 

Nicely done!

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