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I also thought that case is perfect for travelling with our rigs. smily_headphones1.gif
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Originally Posted by DemonFox View Post


Is that a camera case? Looks to fit perfectly! Can you tell us what the brand and model number is?

Thanks,

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It is a perfect fit... Sold as an 'Mp3 player case' at MUJI stores (their own brand - but not for sale online for some reason). Sorry I can't find a product number.

 

Best thing is the price - £2 GBP (that's a few cents over $3 USD)

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My portable stack! Bigger than bricks!

JK. I don't carry all these around. These are for storing my gears while I'm home.

Guess what's inside them.

Warning: Spoiler! Inside (Click to show)

Top left: UERM

Top right: AK100+Leckerton UHA-6S.MKII+Fiio Mini-Mini

Bottom left: MDR-7550

Bottom right: T-PEOS H-200

I have all three kind of iems: BA, Dynamic, and Hybrid! I haven't heard stax iems though...

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Originally Posted by kimvictor View Post

My portable stack! Bigger than bricks!

 

JK. I don't carry all these around. These are for storing my gears while I'm home.

 

My IEM are in various Pelican and Otterbox cases. Have just invested in smartphone pouches + portable HDD hard cases to store the Clas -dB (paranoid about the paint). Works well enough

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Originally Posted by LFC_SL View Post

My IEM are in various Pelican and Otterbox cases. Have just invested in smartphone pouches + portable HDD hard cases to store the Clas -dB (paranoid about the paint). Works well enough
I've been thinking about getting 3 same pelican case so everything is uniform. Would that be a waste of money?
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If you are a traveller I would stick to dry boxes lined with foam.

My transportable rig stays at home and does not see sunlight. So putting the -dB inside a smartphone pouch and then inside a portable HDD hard case is enough. Maybe too much. Who knows, means the original packaging can be put away out of sight.

It was a money saving idea I had before buying more dry boxes.
Edited by LFC_SL - 8/22/13 at 8:36am
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For portability i have a nice small camera case for my ipod-dd 12v ltd-apex glacier with a zippered front pocket for my cables. I keep it in my sling bag and therefore can bring it anywherw and when I need to test new cans I just bring it out. But nowadays I just bring a HM-901 and its line out dock and stereo cable dock.
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Got dx100 back. Lighter than I remember it
Wifi issue fixed. New screen. D42 came back to keep it company

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HD650..the never dies legend !

 

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Originally Posted by LFC_SL View Post

If you are a traveller I would stick to dry boxes lined with foam.

My transportable rig stays at home and does not see sunlight. So putting the -dB inside a smartphone pouch and then inside a portable HDD hard case is enough. Maybe too much. Who knows, means the original packaging can be put away out of sight.

It was a money saving idea I had before buying more dry boxes.

I am a frequent traveler, so that's why I was considering them. Shoving in my iems with soft cases into a bag full of books and other electronics doesn't seem like a good iem.

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Portable rig, docked.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Portable rig, docked.

Wow! Super cool looking set-up!

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Portable rig, docked.

 

What the heck is that and where can I get one?
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Looks custom - very sweet smily_headphones1.gif
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