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Topic: ICue2 Mini
Message: Posted by: g0thike (Jun 22, 2007 01:31AM)
Peeps,

My good buddies at VirtualSoundMan just introduced an ICue2 Mini.

http://www.virtualsoundman.com/orderiCuemini.html

G0THIKE
Message: Posted by: Stevethomas (Jun 22, 2007 05:48AM)
Yes, I got the email from Kelly with the offer for regular customers. Did you get the controller for the laptop from them yet? Gothike, I did get to see your promo video on your site, too. Decent.

Steve
Message: Posted by: Brian Lehr (Jun 22, 2007 11:04AM)
Well, I'm sick and tired of all the mis-cues with my current iPod remotes (three different ones), so I just ordered this system.

Brian
Message: Posted by: g0thike (Jun 22, 2007 12:25PM)
Steve,

I have a custom laptop controller from Wireless Wizardry, its basically the same hardware in the MP3Tech.

G0THIKE
Message: Posted by: Stevethomas (Jun 22, 2007 02:08PM)
Thought you were trying to buy one from VSM the last couple days.

Steve
Message: Posted by: Stevethomas (Jun 23, 2007 06:03AM)
Brian,

I KNOW you're gonna love the iCue2. I think Gothicke would be happier with it than the laptop, but that's just my opinion. I tested out the "Performer" (laptop) system, and didn't like having to find a place to put the computer.

Which did you buy, the iCue2, the new iCue2 Mini or the iCue2 Tabletop model?

Steve
Message: Posted by: Christopher Starr (Jun 23, 2007 09:24AM)
What is the difference between the iCue2 and the Mini?
Message: Posted by: Brian Lehr (Jun 23, 2007 11:08AM)
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On 2007-06-23 07:03, Stevethomas wrote:

Which did you buy, the iCue2, the new iCue2 Mini or the iCue2 Tabletop model?
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I got the Mini. I also picked up a new sound system yesterday (Fender Passport 150) to attach it to. Yesterday was a very expensive day for me! :)

Brian
Message: Posted by: sly2272 (Jun 25, 2007 09:03PM)
Again what is the difference between the iCue2 and the Mini?
Message: Posted by: Stevethomas (Jun 25, 2007 09:07PM)
The iCue2 has the digital display built in, the mini doesn't, it just has indicator lights across the top to show activity and remote reception. Check out the http://www.virtualsoundman.com site and it'll show you the differences, both in construction and cost.

Steve
Message: Posted by: Tim Hannig (Jun 25, 2007 09:53PM)
Another difference:

iCue2 charges your ipod while in pause mode.
The mini does not.
Message: Posted by: Stevethomas (Jun 26, 2007 06:22AM)
Tim,

I DID not know that...thanks! I wasn't aware my iPod was being charged by this thing!

Steve
Message: Posted by: johnobryant (Jun 27, 2007 03:08AM)
I have been wanting an Icue 2 for a while. Latley I have been paying someone to run my sound. But I would really like to do it myself so I can save money. I think it would be a good investment.

john
Message: Posted by: Stevethomas (Jun 27, 2007 06:07AM)
Can't recommend the iCue2 highly enough. I used a Wireless Wizardry "ShowTech" for 15 years, and love the plug and play ability, and the ability to change your show track order once you get to the venue if there's a problem. Some people will tell you that "it's alright, you just skip the unwanted track using the remote", but WHY? And, they'll tell you, "you have the capability of having 10 (however many) different shows programmed in", but again, WHY? The iCue2 can have as many shows programmed in as you want, using the "on the go" playlist.

Go to the Virtual Soundman website today, do yourself a favor and buy one!

Steve
Message: Posted by: Bairefoot (Jun 27, 2007 03:14PM)
I love my Icue2. Would love to have another digital display. I wish they were just a little cheaper (the display unit).

Bairefoot
Message: Posted by: Stevethomas (Jun 27, 2007 06:48PM)
I have the iPrompter, if that's the one you're talking about. It's truly "plug and play". You plug it in, and it's reading and displaying. You have the choice of display sizes and brightnesses, too. Very handy. I took my "pole mount", and attached velcro to the underside (the topside already has it) for the iPrompter. That way, all my info is instantly available in a single glance at the speaker stand.

Steve