So everyone loves the fit and sound of the Hd414 pads but not everyone wants them in yellow, myself included. After dying the gas tank on my dirt bike gas tank I was inspired to try this on some pads.
Here's the plan: Buy some black powdered die from Walmart, mix it in water, boil it then submerge the pads till they are fully blackened like the original grado pads.
Sound like a good idea to anyone else?
I am sure many of you have listened recording like this before but if you haven't check out this link to a recording made by Hugo Zuccarelli (inpatient listeners start at about half way)
Don't know how much I would like this in my music but has anyone heard of artists taking advantage of this technology?
Will do! The main thing I wanted to get out of this thread is to know if members of the hi-fi audiophile community would take an amp like this seriously or view it as just a waste of money on a toy that doesn't really contribute to the listening experience.
Thanks for the advice. My question is a little after the fact for me since I already own one and I enjoy it. However if there was another option that would serve me better for under $75 I would strongly consider trading in.
Are these little tin can project really amplifiers any good?
Often they give a parts list such as:
Altoids mint Tin
Texas Instruments Burr Brown Opamp2227
Alps rk097 10K Potentiometer with incorporated on/off switch
Aluminum 1/2" knob
Sealed 3.5MM stereo jacks
Aluminum 3mm LED holder