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Impressions pl0x.

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Can anyone recommend a bag/case for a portable amp/DAC/iPod?  I just jointed and have seen a lot of photos of everyone's great rigs but not many cases.  How does everyone carry their rig while in use?

My DX50 > Apex Glacier combo is conveniently thin enough to allow for me to stuff it in the pocket of whatever pair of trousers I happen to be wearing at the time, even jeans. However, I think a small side bag like this:

will be good, combined with something like the Black Star Amp Bag.

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My DX50 > Apex Glacier combo is conveniently thin enough to allow for me to stuff it in the pocket of whatever pair of trousers I happen to be wearing at the time, even jeans. However, I think a small side bag like this:


will be good, combined with something like the Black Star Amp Bag.
It an audiophile fanny pack (shakes head)
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Can anyone recommend a bag/case for a portable amp/DAC/iPod?  I just jointed and have seen a lot of photos of everyone's great rigs but not many cases.  How does everyone carry their rig while in use?

"Welcome to Head-Fi! Sorry about your wallet"

 

I want to house my Panda-cus Supremecus mega rig in this portable rig case.

Tis but a dream at the moment though.

 

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My 3rd portable gear with dx50 and leckerton UHA-6Smk2 and Shure SE535. I found the connection via diy mini to mini (amp) sounds more musical than stock mini to coaxial (dac)
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Your account does not have the required permissions to access this page. 

 

Why was I unable to post pictures? Do i need to have special permissions to post?

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you need a higher post count before you can post pictures :wink_face:

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I needed 7 or 8 posts before I could.

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Okay.. Hi guys! Pleasure to meet your acquaintances. Name's andy, come from the same country as Rudi. I wanted to ask,do Alo Reference 8 Mini to Mini worth the price tag?

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Impressions pl0x.


Very good, similar to 901 in terms of sig, not quite as good, 90% in terms of perf, at least.

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Okay.. Hi guys! Pleasure to meet your acquaintances. Name's andy, come from the same country as Rudi. I wanted to ask,do Alo Reference 8 Mini to Mini worth the price tag?


i dont think this is the place to ask about it

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I'm looking at the price tag of the Alo Reference 8 Mini to Mini. 

 

I would think it would be worth it. Considering the price tag is made up of a few kB's of data on my screen. Hell, that is like .000000001 cents of electricity it took to generate that price tag. Dayum worth it if you ask me.

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Hi guys, thinking of an amp, dac or amp/DAC that can marry my m100s.. Any rig suggestions? Source is iPod classic 5.5 U2 ltd end (not rockboxed)..
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Case : Lowepro Compact Case (got it for 10$)

DAP : AK 120

CABLE : CARDAS MINI TO MINI (planning to change to Alo Reference 8, mini to mini, but not sure..)
AMP : KOJO KM-01 BRASS (may i say, one of the most intimate, best portable amp i have ever heard in my life. IMO) 

CABLE : SAEC FCH-100
IEM : SHURE 535 LTD (POed Roxanne since before the dawn of time, and haven't got the updates on progress until this breathing moment)


Edited by Andy Andy - 1/27/14 at 7:41pm
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Okay.. Hi guys! Pleasure to meet your acquaintances. Name's andy, come from the same country as Rudi. I wanted to ask,do Alo Reference 8 Mini to Mini worth the price tag?

Awfully expensive, so maybe not best bang for your buck, but their stuff is very well constructed.

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