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Originally Posted by dallan View Post

Your lucky, when i emailed them just two or three weeks ago, they said they were unavailable and i would have to order the new mini-mini that had right angle plugs.  They didn't work for me but luckily i dug up an old ALO plug that for some reason works so it is water under the bridge.
did you buy it?if you did, are you willing to sell me that venturecraft mini to mini?
Edited by edmonem - 7/8/13 at 7:06pm
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I didn't buy it because they only had the angled plugs.  I find they get in the way on either jack or amp volume knob.  When in my pocket, the straight ones just go up toward the opening so not in the way of anything.  This is an example with an old Jumbo Cryo from ALO.  It had grounding problems in the past but for some reason it works with the AK120.  Both of these pictures, the  mini brick is not all the way down in the pocket of course, just to show.  When i have a side pouch, the cornered ends work better but that is what i use with the CLAS setup-large brick.

 

Picture is AK120-Pico Power.  The black cable goes to Ed8 LE.

AppleMark

 

 

AppleMark


Edited by dallan - 7/8/13 at 7:48pm
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To shortcut any questions, here is my sidepack with the Ipod classic/CLAS -R/Pico power.  Cables are Venturecraft LOD-USB and Plussound right angle to straight plug mini's.

AppleMark

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Originally Posted by keepitsimple View Post

My could not give a s---t rig.Grs sq and portability though.All for 30 quid.Px 100ii and the old school stick of gum.biggrin.gif

Awwwwww!

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Originally Posted by dallan View Post

To shortcut any questions, here is my sidepack with the Ipod classic/CLAS -R/Pico power.  Cables are Venturecraft LOD-USB and Plussound right angle to straight plug mini's.
AppleMark

That is the exact position i put my rig into my small bag...with that position it will tension free the cable interconnect.
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Sometimes i put it with the volume control facing up when i want better access, and just zip it up one each side.  It stands upright perfectly but this way you can enclose it an have it more secure.

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The Alo amp wallet is the best for my gear. I got one when I bought the Rx MK2. Now I want one more it's sold out.

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My Imod is done and is about to be shipped

I'm going to pair that bad boy with my arrow 4g, and the headphone cable is cryoed and for my ue 6000, the LOD is cryoed with teeth.
The Imod has internal blackgate nx caps and a 64gb cf card.

Gonna compare that with several different Ipod models all using the same LOD and the same amp for the test

Audio minor did the Imod and the cables for 330 usd
Edited by mpawluk91 - 7/9/13 at 2:31pm
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Originally Posted by mpawluk91 View Post

My Imod is done and is about to be shipped

I'm going to pair that bad boy with my arrow 4g, and the headphone cable is cryoed and for my ue 6000, the LOD is cryoed with teeth.
The Imod has internal blackgate nx caps and a 64gb cf card.

Gonna compare that with several different Ipod models all using the same LOD and the same amp for the test

 

very Nice. Do you have the specs for the blackgate nx caps? Are these blackgate nx caps in the LOD or inside the ipod?

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My current "portable" rig.  By portable I really just mean pacing around the house.  D7000s balanced out of a Little Dot DP_1/iBasso PB2.  Really love the way this setup sounds!

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i only know that they are the best caps he knew of, the the black gates are internal

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Wow, got distracted with the explorer.
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When I'm on-the-go, it's just my iPod and some IEMs (Either Westone 3, or HiSoundAudio WD2, depending on the mood).

When around the house, I've recently started using this:



I'm using Fiio bands to lock down an iPod dock to an amp. Anyone else tried this?

EDIT: Not the best photo, the cables in the background look like they are part of the dock. Please hold for another photo.
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I wish the dock was black. Temptation to get out the spray paint after work tonight = large.




Edited by White Lotus - 7/9/13 at 5:12pm
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My current "portable" rig.  By portable I really just mean pacing around the house.  D7000s balanced out of a Little Dot DP_1/iBasso PB2.  Really love the way this setup sounds!

Nice rig!

Just curious what those dual cylinders are?
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