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Hi Dude
I am sorry , I thought you use arrow 4G as your amp
Thank you
Lol it's cool man
post #3977 of 13566

is there a way to make a pocket size portable rig with a small player and an amp?

post #3978 of 13566
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Originally Posted by fp581 View Post

is there a way to make a pocket size portable rig with a small player and an amp?

Sansa Clip+ & FiiO E6

 

Very best,

post #3979 of 13566

gotta love this forum for its fast and awesome ppl here :)

 

thx for the super fast reply 

post #3980 of 13566

Man, there are so many nice rigs on here it just boggles the mind, seems I've had a ton of configurations over the years and I know for a fact that I can't begin to touch the numbers some of you have and have had but this is such a fun hobby and not too expensive if you put it against bass boatswink_face.gif LOL

 

 

Let me throw down a few pics since this is a let's see threadrolleyes.gif

 

Here are my two favorite portable amps

 

C421-Touch

 

C421-Nano

 

Tanked U2 30GB Classic-Tomahawk

 

Over Protective Mother Hen w/EB5's

 

Hip Clip Pouch

post #3981 of 13566
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Originally Posted by Podster View Post

 

Hip Clip Pouch

Nice gear!

Also nice pouch is there a make and model?

post #3982 of 13566
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Originally Posted by fp581 View Post

is there a way to make a pocket size portable rig with a small player and an amp?






Here's my brothers clip+ with a fiio e06 amp

It's tiny dude
post #3983 of 13566

Nano (Any generation) and the RSA Shadow fits into my pocket everyday and has for the past 6 years.  I use a Nano gen 4 or 5 because I like the tactile buttons to fast forward from song to song.  Recently tried using the Nano 7 but with the need for the Apple adaptor, it doesn't make it to pocket friendly.  I'll throw a picture up shortly.  And before the boo birds start, I'll say this.  The source being a Nano makes little to no difference in my book.  ANY RSA amp and JH 13s will compensate very nicely for what the Nano may lack, especially with a custom made, high quality LOD made by a certain head-fier.

post #3984 of 13566
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Originally Posted by ChicagoNB View Post

Nano (Any generation) and the RSA Shadow fits into my pocket everyday and has for the past 6 years.  I use a Nano gen 4 or 5 because I like the tactile buttons to fast forward from song to song.  Recently tried using the Nano 7 but with the need for the Apple adaptor, it doesn't make it to pocket friendly. 

 

 

Adapter not necessarily required.......

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 In fact, Nano 7 headphone-out offers better channel separation. Further A/Bing also confirms that the line-out really doesn’t sound audibly better than just double amp the headphone-out. So the conclusion is, there is really no need to use the adapter for its line-out on a portable setup. You will be just as good with double amping. To do so, just adjust the volume to max then drop to three steps lower, which should give you almost the same voltage (0.94Vrms) as line-out and shouldn’t clip your portable amp.

above quote from http://www.head-fi.org/t/635800/impression-apple-nano-7g-lightning-to-30pin-adapter

post #3985 of 13566

I can't imagine listening to any of my portable DAP's unamped for long periods of time, especially on the train commuting.  I listen to my Touch and occassionally my Nano 7 unamped in the office where I'm not really concerned so much about the best sound.  Usually I'm listening to satellie radio or have a movie running just for background noise.  I am not UN-happy with the sound of the sat radio unamped in the office while listening it a much lower volume than I normally would listen.  I just do NOT like having to use a touch screen dap for my commute.  I wish there was a remote control I could clip to my jacket or something where I wouldn't have to pull it out of my pocket to change songs.  That's why my 4th and 5th gen Nanos are treated very very well.  I am also DEEPLY disppointed that Apple did not give the Nano 7 wifi capability.  I would love to have just used the Nano as my do everything dap but with no wifi, I can't stream sat radio or stream anything for that matter.

post #3986 of 13566
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Originally Posted by Podster View Post

Man, there are so many nice rigs on here it just boggles the mind, seems I've had a ton of configurations over the years and I know for a fact that I can't begin to touch the numbers some of you have and have had but this is such a fun hobby and not too expensive if you put it against bass boatswink_face.gif LOL

 

 

Let me throw down a few pics since this is a let's see threadrolleyes.gif

 

Here are my two favorite portable amps

 

 

C421-Touch

 

 

C421-Nano

 

 

Tanked U2 30GB Classic-Tomahawk

 

 

Over Protective Mother Hen w/EB5's

 

Hip Clip Pouch

This pouch - what is it and where did you get it?  I like................

post #3987 of 13566
New toys.



post #3988 of 13566

Rigs are looking fantastic today guys! Small and Full scale :)

My new FAW & Toxic Cables arrived today & Hopefully my Voyager should be in the mail tomorrow.

So hopefully I'll get some new pics up some tim tomorrow biggrin.gif

post #3989 of 13566

Congrats, looks nice and ultra portable.

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New toys.


 
post #3990 of 13566
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New toys.




Nice, let us know how you like this combo. It personnaly really like it. It makes the 1plus2 really smooth.

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