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How do you make it look like that? I've seen a few. Is there a place that sells clear front and back plates?

 

Bought my clear panel here:

 

http://www.rapidrepair.com/shop/1641-ivue-clear-panel-video-kit-full.html

 

 

Thats how it looks now 

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Wow that classic looks nice tongue.gif good job mate ^_^

 

Thanks

 

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Originally Posted by mpawluk91 View Post


How do you make it look like that? I've seen a few. Is there a place that sells clear front and back plates?

 

The clear front is sold per last post. That is supposedly the look if you use everything with that kit but I wanted to do something different.

 

The back plate is still the metal one no change.

post #6528 of 14073

My setup arrived this week, but I think that I will be moving back into desktop audio, since I find myself being at my desk listening more than on the move.

926601

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How do you make it look like that? I've seen a few. Is there a place that sells clear front and back plates?

 

Bought my clear panel here:

 

http://www.rapidrepair.com/shop/1641-ivue-clear-panel-video-kit-full.html

 

 

Thats how it looks now 

 

 

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Originally Posted by DMinor View Post
 

My DIYimod Limited Edition. This thing not just looks good.

 

Woah! Those look totally awesome!

 

Perhaps I'll get a second iPod 5 or 5.5G and mod it like that. Or maybe have the iMod installed. I'm not 100% sure what that does though.

 

XD

My dad was just looking over my shoulder and he was like "Woaaaaaaaaah is that a clear case??? That's really cool!"

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Woah! Those look totally awesome!

 

Perhaps I'll get a second iPod 5 or 5.5G and mod it like that. Or maybe have the iMod installed. I'm not 100% sure what that does though.

 

XD

My dad was just looking over my shoulder and he was like "Woaaaaaaaaah is that a clear case??? That's really cool!"

 

Thanks. If you don't diymod anything like soldering wires, it's not that difficult to install one yourself. The seller of the clear front has a video showing how this is installed. Just make sure to watch that video if you install it yourself.

 

Here is my on-the-go pocket iPod (with the thin back plate). I used the left-over from that kit on this one. It wasn't a clean stripping for the ribbon from the wheel as you can see it from the pic. Anyways I didn't use the 3M double-side sticker either. I simply put some hot glues in those four holes and it holds the clear wheel great.

 


Edited by DMinor - 9/7/13 at 3:34pm
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DMinor I'm so glad you're back on here and the photo thread.  I felt like Rockboxing my iPod was pretty radical for me, but you take the DIY iPod mod to another level.

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DMinor I'm so glad you're back on here and the photo thread.  I felt like Rockboxing my iPod was pretty radical for me, but you take the DIY iPod mod to another level.

 

Thanks. For me modding these ipods is now a hobby for fun, as I am collecting and use these ipods as my music library. I no longer back up to portable drives instead I back up to these ipods. A 128GB SSD (CF or SDXC + adapter) now costs only 100 bucks or a little bit more. I consider that affordable for all my ipods. Then you have the best UI and rockbox. That wolfson chip is no joke, and with a direct-out bypass, the dedicated caps and LOD what I don't have enough is the time to listen to my music. :bigsmile_face:

post #6533 of 14073

 

The SE5 and DX50

 

A good sounding and very portable rig for me.......

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Very nice
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I want share how to handle with care your Brass body from Ko Jo KM - 01 amp :

Note : solid dye CNC brass is very fast oxidise

To pretend fast oxidise process , please do as follow

1. Every time you change the battery , please clean up your finger print with lens cloth or
Eye wear cloth .
Finger print is oily can fasten oxidise process.
2. Wrape the whole body with lens / eye wear cloth like my picture above
3. Wrape with anti slip mate and use rubber to tighten the wrapping units

Enjoy your longer shining your brass body like Ko Jo Amp









post #6536 of 14073
For critical listening my TH 900

Source : normally CD player Stello CDA 500 by my friend
Use AK 120
Dac : portable dac IBasso DB 2 mod
Amp : T + A tube pre amp P 10.2 Germany
Headphone : Fostex TH 900

SQ : heavenly sound quality with CD player and external dac

post #6537 of 14073
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The SE5 and DX50

 

A good sounding and very portable rig for me.......

Very nice!

 

How does this setup hold compared to higher end stacks? If you have ever used any stacks that is ^.^

post #6538 of 14073
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The SE5 and DX50

A good sounding and very portable rig for me.......

Congrats Gavin For Your new DAP DX 50

How is the SQ compare to AK 100 at the same price range
post #6539 of 14073

 

DX50 -> Fiio E12 -> AKG K550

Cowon J3 -> Fiio E11 -> Audio Technica ATH-ES55

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DX50 -> Fiio E12 -> AKG K550
Cowon J3 -> Fiio E11 -> Audio Technica ATH-ES55

That J3 looks really big in that picture! Nice DX50 rig btw.
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