OK, it's time to accessorize my GO 1000 - even though it's not here yet!
When it arrives, I intend to keep it cool by running it on this heat sink:
Here's the heat sink, under a CEntrance DACport LX:
The DACport LX runs a lot cooler this way, and I'm sure the GO will, too.
In this photo, I'm also using an Anker battery pack to supply 5VDC power (up to 2 Amps), getting only data from the laptop's USB port - no noise! I'll be doing the same with the GO 1000.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0031ESJ2S (Currently out of stock at Amazon, but probably available elsewhere.)
For the GO, with this cable, you would also need one of these (USB Female A To USB Mini Female B 5 Pin Adapter). Ordered.
I also have this cable, but it's a lot longer:
For the GO, with this cable, you would also need one of these or one of these (if you prefer black to pink) USB type B female to type A Female adapters.
UPDATED on 12 October 2014 - I corrected the second of two links in the previous line. Thanks Lohb!
If you like the idea of eliminating potential noise from your laptop power, but don't want to mess with applying tape to the fourth pin of one of a USB A connector, as shown above, I highly recommend getting this TeraDak Teralink U9VA PSU, that includes an awesome cable for extracting only data from one USB port and only power from another. For only $45.00, this is a steal. And frankly, it's a noise-free 5V PSU. I use it to power my Resonessence Concero when I don't feel like messing with my battery packs. It's a great desktop regulated power supply for both 9V and 5V DC. There's an adjustment screw inside that's preset to 8.5V output for the 9V jack, but you can fine-tune it to exactly what you want.
This cable does the splitting of data and power for you - without having to put tape over the fourth pin of one connector - it's included with the TeraDak Teralink PSU. (Worth $45 by itself, in my opinion.)
For the GO, with this TeraDak cable, you would also need one of these or one of these (if you prefer blue to pink) USB type B female to type A Female adapters.
Edited by zilch0md - 10/12/14 at 4:35am