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Up for sale is my pair of Sennheiser H25-1 Adidas Originals headphones in excellent condition.   There are no scratches, dings, nicks, etc., I have taken great care of them as my go-to portable for around a year. However, there is some very faint white "dust" on the side of the earcup from rubbing against the white inside of my laptop backpack for a year.    It will include the original box in mint condition with all the accessories that came with it: extra white...
Sorry, my fault in not paying attention to the condition.   Gosh, I should have snagged this
I'm not quite sure about the price  http://www.amazon.com/Shure-SRH840-Professional-Monitoring-Earphones/dp/B002DP8IEK Considering Amazon gives em shipped for $130.
Just got my gr-07s in the mail, plugged them into my ibasso D4. I did not notice that the software volume was at 100% and I left my amp at 100%. Played a song, whicih blasted my ears pretty badly. My ears are now okay after two days (temporary hearing loss) but I'm wondering if such high volumes can damage the diaphragm and driver. When I pulled them out of me ears in an instant, they sounded almost like terribly distorted cellphone speakers. I hope these were heavy...
MS-1is have been SOLD
Yes, there are levels of quality. I like to draw a line that seperates the non-professional grades and the professional grades. There is a bleak standard but i still like to draw it in which a piece of equipment can be used for professional purposes. Then after, that line, there are the grades as you described. I believe that the HD280s are below that bleak standard line. Yes, it is imaginary, like every other line. A non-professional will opt for a worse sounding piece...
Heard the IE8, wasn't wowed for what my friend paid.   The overall signature seems to be mid-bass centric lacking in treble extension (it's there, but no sparkle, not as clear as cheaper alternatives). Soundstage is excellent. Or maybe it was something to do with my fit. How does the IE8 compare with the IE80?   http://www.head-fi.org/t/598137/sennheiser-ie8-vs-ie80-what-are-the-differences Saw this thread and doesn't really help much. How is the rest of...
Sure, you might own a "non-professional" studio. Yes, studio gear can be classified as "professional" or "non-professional." It might not be blatantly classified, but realistically it is.   For example, the ridiculously bad (in my opinion) Beats "Studio" are marketed to consumers as professional studio gear or at least gear that is supposed to reproduce music how the producer wanted them to hear, but I do not see any real professionals use them. Realistically, they are...
Quote: Originally Posted by Eisenhower Quote:   if you are trying to distinguish between "studios" and "professional studios", just stop, you don't know what you're talking about..   My friend runs a non-professional grade "studio" with a couple sound panels and some budget boards.     Who said a master engineer cannot have an analytical headphone with an enjoyable bass hump?   I call the people who buy them "Prosumers." I bet you know who they are or can at least...
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