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Originally Posted by BucketInABucket View Post

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)
post #9722 of 15706
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Originally Posted by Chui View Post
 

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.

post #9727 of 15706

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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Originally Posted by Greed View Post
 

 

Impressions pl0x.


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

post #9729 of 15706
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Originally Posted by Andy Andy View Post
 

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

post #9730 of 15706

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.

post #9731 of 15706
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)..
post #9732 of 15706

 

 

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
post #9733 of 15706
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Originally Posted by Andy Andy View Post
 

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.

post #9734 of 15706
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Originally Posted by fiascogarcia View Post
 

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

Do you have any suggestions as to what cable will be better suited for the rig i previously posted? I am still new in this world of money bye bye

post #9735 of 15706
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Originally Posted by Andy Andy View Post
 

Do you have any suggestions as to what cable will be better suited for the rig i previously posted? I am still new in this world of money bye bye

Not familiar with the Kojo, but Rudi seems to be the cable master and I'm certain he has a Kojo, he might have suggestions.  And I certainly wouldn't intend to talk you out of the ALO, I've been happy with cables I've had from them.  Nice rig, by the way!  If you're new to the world of money bye bye, you got off to a great start!

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