Alright alright. Fair enough, I'll take it.
So next question I had (this is great I can ask someone like you these things lol). What, in your opinion, is the best portable music source out there? I currently use my Android smartphone as my source, and I think it works great for me. I've got a really good app that has a 10-channel equalizer, so it suits me fine. Only downside is that since it's a cellphone, the RF emissions create noticeable static noise. Especially when the cord running from my phone to my amp is sitting above or below it. It's interesting to hear the phone talking with the tower, but I don't really care for it much. If I turn the radio off, it fixes the problem, but then I don't have the "phone" part of it haha. So I was just looking for another solution. An obvious option is an iPod, but I have this deep burning hate for all things Apple. Especially iTunes. Lord don't even get me started! Anyways, do iPods work the best? Do I just need to get over my hate for it?
I guess my question is, what portable source has the best equalizer? I'm kind of dissatisfied with the EQs on iPods, since they only allow factory presets and not your own manual settings.
Edited by AgentCOPP1 - 10/31/12 at 3:39pm