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post #376 of 865
Thread Starter 
The SR-60s freakin rule!! I cannot go anywhere without knowing that they are always at hand...nearby...

If you see a guy at the airport who is headbanging to a Rio Karma and SR-60 then you have just had a glimpse of gsferrari I use them as portables (sometimes the portapro headband gets on my nerves) and at home...on the seaside, by the pool...

I think I have got at least $6000 worth of sound out of the $60 headphones. There simply isnt any better value for money in the world of headphones and we gotta let newbies know that they dont need to get obscene with their spending to have nice sound.
post #377 of 865
screw the he90's, Omega 2's pfft, R-10's where's the bass meatstick. Ps-1's $1400 for a sidestep to rs-1's haters.

Sr60's gonna kick ass, take names, put a girls skirt on you, and smack you like one.

Why because it has Supermeatstickinglysmackmebeetchesuplovespuds cable
post #378 of 865
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by GoRedwings19
Supermeatstickinglysmackmebeetchesuplovespuds cable!!
Gobbledegook!!

Who makes those?
post #379 of 865
Quote:
Originally Posted by Xiode
The rest of my audio setup arrived yesterday (thanks to Zemo of www.z-audio.com), and I must say, it's quite impressive! I'm definately a Grado fanboy now!
Oh, you're going with a Zemo built goove machine, eh? Nice! I've met the guy at two HeadFi meets, I'll be ordering an Epsilon tomorrow, ASAP- and IMO, it's worth the money for an amp as good as he makes at his price points(finally got paid, and probably just enough to kick up my connection to Verizon DSL!)
Then I'll be able to take a break for a while, that is, if I don't come away from the upcoming meet with any life-altering revelations of upgraditis
,
Abe
post #380 of 865
I hate you guys.

SR-225 will be delivered to me tomorrow.

Being a HD600 guy, with a Millett (and an m³), I've just got to know. If not, someone on Head-fi will benefit.
post #381 of 865
I know this thread is old and all but, I just got my iPod and all I have to say is, I won't be buying any more audio equipment for quite some time now.

iPod + SR60 = pure heaven
post #382 of 865
Thread Starter 
I'll drink to that

This thread will never be "old". The SR-60 is timeless in a way...


Quote:
Originally Posted by sp1N
I know this thread is old and all but, I just got my iPod and all I have to say is, I won't be buying any more audio equipment for quite some time now.

iPod + SR60 = pure heaven
post #383 of 865
Quote:
Originally Posted by gsferrari
I'll drink to that

This thread will never be "old". The SR-60 is timeless in a way...
Agree

Please, don't get me will buy another time the SR-60

bye
Andrea
post #384 of 865
after you are done with electrostatic phones, you will be running right back to the 60s...
post #385 of 865
Damn you guys - another £65...
But I'll pass on the Triports
post #386 of 865
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by MdRex
after you are done with electrostatic phones, you will be running right back to the 60s...

What do you think I use at work? Yeah...rules changed around here once I came in. Even my boss has a few headbanging sessions when he thinks no one is looking. He has an SR-60 as well.
post #387 of 865
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by allenf
Damn you guys - another £65...
They dont call me Dr. Eeeewull for nothing
post #388 of 865
Quote:
Originally Posted by gsferrari
I'll drink to that
This thread will never be "old". The SR-60 is timeless in a way...
Damn straight, my man! Even though I am in love with my SA1000's, I still have to come back to my other loves from time to time, and the SR60's never fail to impress. In fact, in the last couple of days, I managed to use a solder scraping tool's edge to pry up and pop off the stock buttons on the earcups, and now that they are re-plugged, they are better than ever(just not stock, but I have even more plans in store for them)
,
Abe
post #389 of 865
For an intro to the Grado sound is it worth the extra for the SR80s (will the SR60s be too raucous)?
post #390 of 865
I just landed a pair of SR-60s, and they're very fun indeed. I prefer my MS-1s to them, but the differences are small, the SR-60 is slightly less detailed, slightly more muffled (even amped by my modest cmoy), but they've been on my head for a few days now (mostly because they're new). I definitely am enjoying my music
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