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Bump.
Bump.
They (Pioneer) had a lot of headphones in the 70s and 80s that would qualify as "high end" based on price at the time.SE-100J and SE-1000 (electrostatics), Monitor 10, Monitor 10-II, SE-M10/Master 1S, Master-1G, SE-Eleven, SE-12... all of these were quite expensive for their time period, and the ones I've heard are pretty good even by today's standards.
Bump. Price drop.
Bump. Price drop.
Well. The new amp/DAC combo I purchased really stirred things up a bit. (Gustard H10 + Geek Out 450 for anyone curious)   1: Sansui SS-100: Still as good as it always was, but that last little bit of smearing and cloudiness/lack of coherency to the sound is simply gone. My absolute best and favorite headphone in everything but comfort. Have to set the gain to +6dB on the Gustard for these.   2: Pioneer SE-500 (modified): Gotta say, I'm really surprised with this...
a preliminary, likely doctored FR graph is by no means the full picture, we don't even know whether or not it's compensated for HRTF, what methodology or equipment was used for measurements, how many samples and measurements per sample were used, octave smoothing amount, or anything like that, its just, a line   if we had an awful impulse response or square waves to go along with it, then maybe, but as of now I'm not going to count these out and I would advise people to...
Oh dear god.
The transducer appears to have some of the same design merits from the Master-1S and Monitor 10-II (1983). We'll see. I just know I'm definitely buying one.
Sold.
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