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Hey 7keys the package just arrived. will pick a set and send the rest off to Jmoore914. thanks again!
 

edit: making it really hard for me decide on one. they all look beautiful. stellar work 7keys!


Edited by alrgeez - 6/26/13 at 3:09pm
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Originally Posted by alrgeez View Post

Hey 7keys the package just arrived. will pick a set and send the rest off to Jmoore914. thanks again!
 

edit: making it really hard for me decide on one. they all look beautiful. stellar work 7keys!

WOW! That was fast.

 

Did jmoore914 send you his Address?

 

Don't forget to leave me some heat.

 

My heat

http://www.heatware.com/eval.php?id=23479


Edited by 7keys - 6/26/13 at 3:31pm
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WOW! That was fast.

 

Did jmoore914 send you his Address?

 

Don't forget to leave me some heat.

 

My heat

http://www.heatware.com/eval.php?id=23479

 



yup, i have jmoore address. and i did leave you some heat under username theBAYsics.

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Great!

The universe is unfolding as it should. smile.gif

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My RS-1/80 is done! I kinda missed my sr80's SO I built this rs1 clone around them, and they sound awesome, kinda rs1 like actually!

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My RS-1/80 is done! I kinda missed my sr80's SO I built this rs1 clone around them, and they sound awesome, kinda rs1 like actually!

I was surprised how my sr80i's sounded after I woodied them. Nothing major, but it refined them around the edges, and as they say it's the small stuff that makes the differences, especially in this hobby!

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just wanted to post my latest 'photo filter adapters and rings' grado mod:

 

i used the following parts:

 

- beyerdynamic t50p headband

- 2 metal rings normally used to keep keys together

- a sr225i cable

- 2 bowls

- 2 sieves normally used for tea

- 2 sr80i drivers all holes vented

 

2x from driver to sieve:

 

- step up adapter 49mm to 55mm to put the bowls over

- step down adapter 52mm to 49mm

- step up adapter 49mm to 52mm

- step up adapter 52mm to 82mm

- step down adapter 82mm to 67mm

 

the result is an excellent sounding headphone with a rich and full bodied, more on the warm side sound, enough detail is there, but not even the smallest idea of harsh highs, nice bass extension, tight and controlled, and a very good soundstage width and depth. nevertheless it has this intimate grado sound, you are sitting first row.

 

the only point i think of is to add a ring of foam rubber to have sligthly more highs.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by GermanGuy - 6/27/13 at 4:03am
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Why the felt discs on the headband?

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oh, sorry, yes,  forgot to remove them before taking the photos, they remind me to open the headphone to put them onto the driver!

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Originally Posted by GermanGuy View Post

just wanted to post my latest 'photo filter adapters and rings' grado mod:

 

i used the following parts:

 

- beyerdynamic t50p headband

- 2 metal rings normally used to keep keys together

- a sr225i cable

- 2 bowls

- 2 sieves normally used for tea

- 2 sr80i drivers all holes vented

 

2x from driver to sieve:

 

- step up adapter 49mm to 55mm to put the bowls over

- step down adapter 52mm to 49mm

- step up adapter 49mm to 52mm

- step up adapter 52mm to 82mm

- step down adapter 82mm to 67mm

 

the result is an excellent sounding headphone with a rich and full bodied, more on the warm side sound, enough detail is there, but not even the smallest idea of harsh highs, nice bass extension, tight and controlled, and a very good soundstage width and depth. nevertheless it has this intimate grado sound, you are sitting first row.

 

the only point i think of is to add a ring of foam rubber to have sligthly more highs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by GermanGuy View Post

just wanted to post my latest 'photo filter adapters and rings' grado mod:

 

i used the following parts:

 

- beyerdynamic t50p headband

- 2 metal rings normally used to keep keys together

- a sr225i cable

- 2 bowls

- 2 sieves normally used for tea

- 2 sr80i drivers all holes vented

 

2x from driver to sieve:

 

- step up adapter 49mm to 55mm to put the bowls over

- step down adapter 52mm to 49mm

- step up adapter 49mm to 52mm

- step up adapter 52mm to 82mm

- step down adapter 82mm to 67mm

 

the result is an excellent sounding headphone with a rich and full bodied, more on the warm side sound, enough detail is there, but not even the smallest idea of harsh highs, nice bass extension, tight and controlled, and a very good soundstage width and depth. nevertheless it has this intimate grado sound, you are sitting first row.

 

the only point i think of is to add a ring of foam rubber to have sligthly more highs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You're an artist, I'd like to see a collection of your work..


Edited by 7keys - 6/27/13 at 1:11pm
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thank you VERY much for your statement, i feel really honored, so thanks again!


Edited by GermanGuy - 6/27/13 at 8:54am
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ok guys, the package is on to the next person. Jmoore i'm going to PM you the tracking info.

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thank you VERY much for your statement, i feel really honored, so thanks again!

You're a tough act to open for or follow sir! Nice work!

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3.5mm Grado cable made for forum member 7keys

 

Hey 7keys, whatcha think?

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