Best portable rig?


What's the best portable rig out there? I travel for months at a time, so I don't need absolute portability, but racks of 17" equipment doesn't cut it either.

It needs to link into a laptop (USB or straight mini-plug), hit 50hz and be as small as possible. The systems I've come up with so far use a Clari-T amp or Flying Mole with either Totem Mites, PMC DB1 or Penaudio Rebel.

Take your best shot!
joshray5eed
I bought a ZVOX www.zvoxaudio.com to hook up to my TV a couple of months ago and I'm pleased. I don't care much about home theater so I figured this might be a decent/cheap solution for movies; it works well. Not true stereo, but it does a good job of faking it. The drivers look like they are a quality product. I would think it might be suitable for a portable rig. I think it was designed for computers or Ipods.
-matt
Onkyo CS 210 paired with Mites and breakdown Sanus 24" stands works quite well as my travel rig. Been on the road for 6 1/2 years. Also used NAD L 40, Linn Classik with various speakers. Signal Cable makes a great mini-jack with RCA ends.
Shure E3 earphones.
All sounds good - yes, earphones, of course.

The defunct Evett and Shaw were the smallest speakers I know of that hit deep bass. Are they still making those things or is someone out there making something that has that kind of extension in such a small package?