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Originally Posted by xProvidence View Post

Not quite sure if this appropriate for this thread but what IEM/headphone case do you guys use? I think the case should be included if possible. It makes sense as it is portable and would help starting head-fiers like myself. 

I got a no brand Nintendo DS travel case that fits my ipod + amp with USB cables + 2 - 3 pairs of IEM's and 3 small pouches of silica gel.

post #602 of 14375
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Originally Posted by karloil View Post

for the LOD with microUSB, do you still use pin 4? and for the ipod 30pin connector, do you still utilize the L/R "hooks" (the ones that you press to detach from the ipod ports)

i'm planning to DIY a dock similar to yours. hope you can help me with the connectors, i just want to be sure about them. thanks!

Hi dude - sorry for the slow reply. Yes, pin 4 is for the left channel audio, so you still use it.

 

I dont use the 'hooks' in my LOD's. I only ever make low profile ones, and they seem to stay put without the assistance of the hooks. Never used one of those dock connectors in the picture.

post #603 of 14375
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

My latest portable set up

 

Rudi, every your portable set-up is just phenomenal. But from your profile I clearly see not portable only. I envy you. Really. Enjoy. wink.gif

 

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Originally Posted by xProvidence View Post

Not quite sure if this appropriate for this thread but what IEM/headphone case do you guys use? I think the case should be included if possible. It makes sense as it is portable and would help starting head-fiers like myself. 

 

Personally I am using very simple carying case which came with my IEM's, Shure SE215's. I like it very much, it's quite small, and packs my system very well. An there are space left. I took some pictures just to try my new toy. tongue.gif

 

 

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post #604 of 14375
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Originally Posted by xProvidence View Post

Not quite sure if this appropriate for this thread but what IEM/headphone case do you guys use? I think the case should be included if possible. It makes sense as it is portable and would help starting head-fiers like myself. 

 

When I travel I use a Vaultz gadget box:

Room enough for an iPod, one amp and two IEMs, or an iPod, two amps and one IEM.

 

But I mostly use my portables in my office, and since I'm driving and it's just as easy to carry some of the gear as all of it, I've been using a Vaultz 48 CD wallet:

 

The CD wallet is the one in the pictures I posted a few days ago -- as you can see, it holds a bit more than an iPod and a couple IEMs:

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Turning the CD wallet into an equipment case required ripping out the stitching holding in the CD sleeves. That wasn't difficult, but it did void the warranty :). The fabric liner of both boxes is compatible with hook-and-loop fasteners. The nylon pouch you see in the photo holds a custom IEM and cable, and accessories are stored in the smaller fabric pouches. The pouches came with the Vaultz gadget box; I move the pouches to whichever box I'm using.

 

It's a decent system. Despite appearances, everything remains stable enough for their purposes. I don't intend to do any serious traveling with the bigger box (the small one's kind of unwieldy on an airplane as it is), though if I was, I'd add some padding to be sure everything is secure enough to endure flight turbulence in an overhead bin.

 

And here's what I was listening with yesterday:

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Edited by ardgedee - 11/30/12 at 4:40pm
post #605 of 14375
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Originally Posted by cogsand gears View Post

Hi dude - sorry for the slow reply. Yes, pin 4 is for the left channel audio, so you still use it.

 

I dont use the 'hooks' in my LOD's. I only ever make low profile ones, and they seem to stay put without the assistance of the hooks. Never used one of those dock connectors in the picture.

 

thanks for the reply. sorry for the confusion, i mean pin 4 on the microUSB side, do you still use it?

 

you don't use the hooks? really it just stays put in the socket? i'm planning to make an LOD similar to what you made (hope you don't mind), already have the parts but just want to make sure of the pin configuration 1st :)

post #606 of 14375
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Originally Posted by retrophonic View Post

^^ very nice, just picked up the note 2 also, how do you like the Go-DAPX?

Go dap sound quality is mix in between Alo class solo old and fostex hp p1
I have the black go dap x with burr brown op amp , very good in detail , mid very clean and clear , a bit thiner than my Alo class solo . Bass Also less impact than my Alo class solo .
Overall I am very happy with go dap x
post #607 of 14375
I a sorry double post , because I have Internet problem on the street use my ipad
Edited by rudi0504 - 11/30/12 at 10:46pm
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I am sorry triple post , because my Internet problem
Edited by rudi0504 - 11/30/12 at 10:43pm
post #609 of 14375
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Originally Posted by cn11 View Post

Awesome rig! How's the sound on the Note 2? Also, I think I see the ALO silver cable if I'm not mistaken, right? The cable makes for a nice improvement in the highs and soundstage....

Note 2 sound quality vs my iPhone 4 S , it is like I compare my Alo class solo vs my fostex hp p 1

Note 2 like fostex hp p1 soundzig smooth but still bright , very wide soundstage , bass impact less than Alo class solo .
Direct with fit ear 334 for audiophile songs is very good.

Yes you are right is Alo cable , it is improve the clarity , detail, transparancy and
Soundstage .also speed .
The standard cable more to the warm site , Alo more to the bright side but no harsh .

I like to use my fit ear 334 with Alo cable

I sm waiting from original fit ear cable 000, I will compare with my Alo
post #610 of 14375
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Originally Posted by hfflt View Post

Rudi, every your portable set-up is just phenomenal. But from your profile I clearly see not portable only. I envy you. Really. Enjoy. wink.gif


Personally I am using very simple carying case which came with my IEM's, Shure SE215's. I like it very much, it's quite small, and packs my system very well. An there are space left. I took some pictures just to try my new toy. tongue.gif

Thank you for your compliment
Ye I am cracy for audio , that's why my wife always angry . She asked me :

How many ears do You have ? Two
Why You Bought so many audio gear ? I did not answer

Because i can not buy anymore audio gear , if i answer wrong.biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by hfflt View Post

Rudi, every your portable set-up is just phenomenal. But from your profile I clearly see not portable only. I envy you. Really. Enjoy. wink.gif


Personally I am using very simple carying case which came with my IEM's, Shure SE215's. I like it very much, it's quite small, and packs my system very well. An there are space left. I took some pictures just to try my new toy. tongue.gif

 

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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


Thank you for your compliment
Ye I am cracy for audio , that's why my wife always angry . She asked me :
How many ears do You have ? Two
Why You Bought so many audio gear ? I did not answer
Because i can not buy anymore audio gear , if i answer wrong.biggrin.gif

 

Hahahaha How many ears? Funnee... Rudi maybe our wives should have a club of their own. The Audio Widow Society :)  deadhorse.gif

 

And as you know I'm a big fan too of your equipment. Always so well put together!  

Question: How many rigs do you need? biggrin.gif    Answer: As many as possible!L3000.gif  

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They are pretty good... for the price. Sometimes I think they are too fast and the bass lacks extension but that's just me I'm picky :) not as comfy as the M50s but they are more fun to listen and they have pretty good sound stage for a 40mm driver. I think i will try the AKG k267's next, but these will do for now.

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Originally Posted by Saraguie View Post

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Originally Posted by hfflt go_quote.gif


Rudi, every your portable set-up is just phenomenal. But from your profile I clearly see not portable only. I envy you. Really. Enjoy. wink.gif



Personally I am using very simple carying case which came with my IEM's, Shure SE215's. I like it very much, it's quite small, and packs my system very well. An there are space left. I took some pictures just to try my new toy. tongue.gif




Hahahaha How many ears? Funnee... Rudi maybe our wives should have a club of their own. The Audio Widow Society smily_headphones1.gif  deadhorse.gif

And as you know I'm a big fan too of your equipment. Always so well put together!  
Question: How many rigs do you need? biggrin.gif     Answer: As many as possible!L3000.gif   

Thank you Sara and I am 100 % agree with your answer below

How many rigs do I need ? Same like your answer as many as possible biggrin.gif

Lucky me I have only one wife biggrin.gif
post #614 of 14375
My Friend full balance set Up

Source : Ibasso DX 100
Dac : Ibasso DB 1 silver color and Dab 2 Black color
Amp : Alo Rx 3 B
Headphone : Audeze LCD 2 rev 1 With Silver 8 braid balance cable
Cable : Coax cable DIY For Ibasso dx 100 to Ibasso DB 1 and DB 2
Balance cable DIY For Ibasso Db1 and dB 2 to ALI Rx 3 B

Sound Quality : Excelent For portable / transportable set Up

With Ibasso DB 1 silver color





With Ibasso DB 2 black color



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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


 

 

That cable looks intense for sure. biggrin.gif

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