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post #3316 of 13906
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Originally Posted by PinoyPogiman View Post


i cant seem to find a way legally to unlock it.

formatting via windows doesnt do anything; as i just get a window telling me Windows could not complete the format.

installing manually and thru the installer didnt do anything to it. its still stuck in v1.2 firmware

i even tried to put in Rockbox in it, did nothing.



i stated before, i read that the prison or something can charge 25$ if you want to unlock it, which isnt something im willing to pay, i dont find it worth it since i dont totally need the clip, other than admiring it and being a souvenir from my father.

im sure Sandisk can do something, but that relies on me having to ship it to them, etc etc.

 

 

 

 

What you are trying to do could best be described as a Jail-break!wink_face.gif

 


Edited by Redcarmoose - 4/5/13 at 5:23am
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post #3318 of 13906
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Originally Posted by DigitalFreak View Post

Hey rudi0504, LETS RACE!!!!!

 

[Mod Edit: Please don't post pictures with swearing in them.]

 

post #3319 of 13906
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Originally Posted by Jepu View Post

What I usually go around with

iPhone4, FireeyeHA + Focal Spirit One. What I usually use when around town.

and the new kid when I don't wanna keep something as huge on my head.

iPhone 4, FireeyeHA + Shure SE215CL

 

I really need a new iDevice LOD though. Stupid FiiO L9 lost the left channel after using it for two whole weeks. Thought something designed for portable use would've been sturdier.

nice to see someone else using the spirit one! looking for a new LOD? check out some of these, there are some great offers from around 35 USD and up :) http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_sop=15&_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=line+out+dock&_pgn=2&_skc=200&rt=nc


Edited by sjolander21 - 4/6/13 at 6:48am
post #3320 of 13906
Light and effective. Clear and beautiful.
(studio v plus m audio after long burning)
post #3321 of 13906
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Originally Posted by DigitalFreak View Post

Hey rudi0504, LETS RACE!!!!!

Great looking rig - im sure it sounds so good, but i just gotta say ALL that space between the components irks me. Get some low profile velcro, dual lock or something :P

 

Those guys gotta be snug, not spread out. You'll reduce the thickness by about half an inch. 

post #3322 of 13906
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Originally Posted by DarKen23 View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 


Is it me or there is not DAP in there ? Great rig otherwise...is that a Merlin ?

post #3323 of 13906
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Originally Posted by Rollk2 View Post

I think I'm now enough satisfied from my portable rig to stop my research smily_headphones1.gif Although Mimouille tries to corrupt me with their amazing rigs...

Rockboxed Sansa FuzeV2 µSD 64go > diyLOD with Elna caps & µUSB female > Pico Slim > EarSonics EM4



FuzeV2 : almost 25 hours baterrylife, sounds absolutely not great alone, due to an average amp section (bad to my ears, but I can understand those who like it). Rockbox is just the best OS ever. Very fast, a lot of options, usefull and free.
Pico Slim : Cornerstone of the rig, it gives all the needs of amplification of my lovely EM4. Extension, impact, volume, details, this is the panacea and the only condition to use a Fuze.
diyLOD : thanks to ClieOS for his tutorial, very usefull, I go further in adding an µUSB female to charge up with the same charger as my phone and all of it during while playback smily_headphones1.gif What else ?


Sorry for the quality of the photo, my passion for photography is not as important as audio biggrin.gif

 

thats one great portable rig. great player, good ui, great amp (always wanted to compare the slim to my shadow)

 

most rigs i dont look twice but that is one very well put together rig

post #3324 of 13906
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Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post

 

 

 

 

What you are trying to do could best be described as a Jail-break!wink_face.gif

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

This has made the thread for me! :P Don't see Thin Lizzy mentioned much outside Irish forums!

post #3325 of 13906
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post


Is it me or there is not DAP in there ? Great rig otherwise...is that a Merlin ?
Oh I had it hooked up to the pc, otherwise it's being used with a iPod. Thanks, yup they are the Merlins
post #3326 of 13906

Newbie here, do not know what head-fiers mean by portable rigs.

People with gigantic phones and rigs, do you really carry them whereever you go... local coffee shops... and stuff? *just curious

post #3327 of 13906
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Originally Posted by tanc1 View Post

Newbie here, do not know what head-fiers mean by portable rigs.

People with gigantic phones and rigs, do you really carry them whereever you go... local coffee shops... and stuff? *just curious

Surprisingly many Head-Fier's do carry huge rigs around. It's more "trans-portable". It's a point of contention among members whether or not they are truly practical or not but as with most things, you gotta do what makes you happy so if that's what does it for those with huge rigs, then so be it. I myself prefer compact rigs where applicable, though I am not opposed to some stacks. They make a nice performance increase but at a certain point I feel people need to try to find new solutions instead of adding another device to a stack, but then again it's not as easy as just saying it.

 

EDIT: 

Not saying people arent getting a performance increase, or that they shouldn't use a rig if that's what they like, I just find for myself that if something gets inconvenient I will use it less and find an alternative with comparable performance in a better form factor. At least for a portable setup. 


Edited by kenman345 - 4/6/13 at 8:38am
post #3328 of 13906

If you can lift it on your own and you don't need to plug it into a wall socket to switch it on, then yes it's portable :)

post #3329 of 13906
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Originally Posted by CraftyClown View Post

If you can lift it on your own and you don't need to plug it into a wall socket to switch it on, then yes it's portable :)

 

   Well said, I agree.

post #3330 of 13906

 

Playing around today with the iPad/Dragonfly

 

 

 


Edited by lextek - 4/6/13 at 3:02pm
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