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SONY NW-WM1Z / WM1A

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by leylandi, Jul 30, 2016.
  1. Vitaly2017
    What you have transgenders ???
     
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  2. Hellraiser86
    If this would be the only case I have already left this country :D I am more into women.
    But I also like my Mac (and I have a PC for complementing my needs)
     
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  3. TSAVJason
    hahahaha :beerchug:
     
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  4. Redcarmoose
    33rf3.JPG
     
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  5. animalsrush
    looks like there are quite a lot of pussies in the world then .. hmmmm:L3000:
     
  6. HoodedHoodlum
    Here's my WM1A that I bought from Maxx134. I bought a new case that would be an exact fit, and offer more protection.

    While the Miter case that Maxx included was built nicely, the design of that case is flawed in the sense that the sides were not designed to hug and contour the sides of the Walkman, so there is essentially a pretty big gap between the sides of the case, and the actual sides of the player, and it's a big spot for debris to eventually go into.

    This new case is actually nicely manufactured, it fits the Walkman perfectly, and offers more protection that the very thin clear silicone cases. It exposes the screen nicely, not covering up the pretty Walkman and Sony logos, and has cutouts around both jacks and for the hold switch, and of course the charging port plus wrist strap holes.

    The side buttons feel great, being easy to differentiate due to sizing and feel, for example play/pause is concaved in.

    I also bought a tempered glass screen protector which is cut exactly to the right size which is nice, you practically can't even tell there's one on there, and in addition a set of plugs for all the jacks and ports.

    Since I'll be keeping this player for a long time, I want to make sure it stays in the best shape. MVIMG_20191105_220826.jpg
     
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  7. HoodedHoodlum
    MVIMG_20191105_221006.jpg MVIMG_20191105_221034.jpg MVIMG_20191105_221131.jpg MVIMG_20191105_221148.jpg MVIMG_20191105_221229.jpg
     
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  8. auronthas
    Wow, love the silver sparkling light reflection :D
     
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  9. auronthas
    Nice casing, but I do not like this type of plastic (don't know what it calls scientific) which can attract dust easily, I prefer anti-static type plastic.
     
  10. HoodedHoodlum
    Interesting, I haven't noticed any dust cling to the case, and I've had it for a couple days already, doesn't feel staticy to me at least.
     
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  11. boblauer
    Fat bear cases are nice. Had one on my ZX300.
     
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  12. captblaze
    nice and rugged and damn near impossible to remove easily
     
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  13. Vitaly2017


    Waaoow where you baught it got a link?

    This a heavy duty case nice
     
  14. Hanafuda
    First thing I've seen to make me consider changing from the Benks TPU. My 1A doesn't get much rough mobility though, usually just in the house or hotels. But that case would be very nice for someone who takes their DAP on the train, subway, street, etc. Very nice.
     
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