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Hi TruckDriver,

Can you kindly share the v4a setting with me as well?

Thanks!

G

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Originally Posted by gabbabe View Post

Hi TruckDriver,
Can you kindly share the v4a setting with me as well?
Thanks!
G
Me too if you don't mind. Thanks
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Originally Posted by LFC_SL View Post

The SE846 black square case is one of most stylish non-drybox case around.

In regards to dry-box I think customised otter box 1000 is most practical. *just* about perfect room inside.

Still have the Heir Audio branded Otterbox 1000. Gave buyer of my 4.ai+ my Peli 1010 with foam. Peli more bulky. Then I guess you are using a man or gym bag regardless of either one.

The SE846 branded clear dry box (in western market packaging) is nice, but like Westone deluxe case is bigger then necessary?

Westone monitor vault is better sizng also but some Amazon reviews question cracking?

 

I had a monitor vault for my RE-272s and it was a tight fit plus the latch cracked after a couple of years of very light use

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An update regarding the looseness of the nozzle (left-earpiece): it has exasperated, badly.  Should I be concerned about this?  It is nearly 2100 Melbourne time hence, rather annoyingly, I cannot get them seen to (again) by Jaben Audio (and not before another tram ride into town sans music!).

 

Obviously they are not withstanding the pressures of daily pocket-based transportation.  I would like to investigate a good case for them that is pocket sized.  I am about to quit the cigarettes hence that will vacate some vital real estate, but what would be a great, pocketable protective case for them?

 

I have one of these when I go out with my nicer headphones - it isn't as huge as a Pelican case and is waterproof and shockproof - you could probably drive a truck over them - AND they sell them at Jaben.

 

(I bought a JH16fp from a member here and he sent one to me - I had never seen it before - they are similar to the can that comes standard with some JH Audio and Unique Melody customs - it is gorgeous and works great)

 

http://jaben.net/shopping2/Hippocan-metal-earphone-case.html

 

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I also got a Pelican 1010 even before my 846 arrives tomorrow... I think they're excellent for inside a bag but way too big to carry out in a pocket. I now only use it to store my tips.

I bought 3 different sorts of waterproof boxes from ebay and bunning hardware (much cheaper than pelican) in sydney to carry 2-3 iems with me ... but in the end the hard boxes are just too bulky. I now use a $3 EVA material sunglasses case which I think is perfect as they have a deeper cavity so things don't fall out when I'm on a plane. 

like this one:

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Black-Oval-Shaped-EVA-Zip-Snap-Hook-Buckle-Chic-Casual-Style-Sunglasses-Case-Box-/360976417149?pt=AU_Vision_Care&hash=item540bdf017d&_uhb=1

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Another shot of Hippocan for size reference - with HA-FX850 in tow....

 

 

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Another shot of Hippocan for size reference - with HA-FX850 in tow....

 

 

 

Those hippocan's look sexyyyy

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Yes- Silver.  Silver Litz a step better.

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:P

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Those hippocan's look sexyyyy

Yes, I was going to buy one but then saw the price - $58 + shipping for a can ... a very nice solid aluminum can, but still a can. Also, based on the photo, I don't think the 846 with memory wire will fit very well. But they're still cool:bigsmile_face:

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:P


+ 1

 

Cheaper , sexier and tastier ;)

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Did a quick search online and found these. Only problem min order is 24. Still a lot cheaper then hippocans. I think the 2oz is perfect for the 846s. 

http://www.papermart.com/Rust-Proof-Screw-Lid-Tin-Cans/id=53054#53054


Edited by slickooz - 8/14/14 at 2:41pm
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Did a quick search online and found these. Only problem min order is 24. Still a lot cheaper then hippocans. Which size think would be ideal for 846? 

http://www.zazzle.com/halloween_eye_ball_small_snip_snap_tin_candy_tins-256500850317396029

I had no problem adding just one and getting the 20% off discount as well. Just click the quantity box. It is filled in automatically(mine said qty 10 at first) but it can change...

 

Item
Price
Qty.
Total
 
halloween_eye_ball_small_snip_snap_tin_candy_tins-r9c19576a289a47a7bd22f64220f61093_w5gze_8byvr_120.jpg
(just added)
Halloween eye ball small snip snap tin
by DoodlesHolidayGifts
White Jelly Belly™ Small Snip Snap Tin
Change options... | Add another... |
$5.20
per candy tin
x

remove

=
$5.20
 
Subtotal:
$5.20
 
 
 
...but fall is almost here! How about some fall leaves:  http://www.zazzle.com/fall_leaves_candy_tins-256605110975899317

Edited by jant71 - 8/14/14 at 2:42pm
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