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post #7966 of 11372

Saw the anniversary m50's in town today, i said 'nice cans' but the guy didn't seem to notice.

post #7967 of 11372
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Originally Posted by fatmaggot View Post

Saw the anniversary m50's in town today, i said 'nice cans' but the guy didn't seem to notice.

Did he have moobs?

post #7968 of 11372

no, pretty skinny guy

post #7969 of 11372

i thought this was pretty cool..

watching covert affairs (mostly for piper perabo) anyway they jumped on a plane together and auggie pops on his ps1000's! was awsome that grado made it mainstream.. i bet only head-fiers would notice it, but i did! haha..

post #7970 of 11372

On the train a few days ago I saw someone wearing the AKG K99.

Normally I would say they're too big for outdoors, but when one is sporting a 'white-man' afro it doesn't look too bad.

post #7971 of 11372

Today at college, when I walking back to my car I saw a kid with the new Sennheiser Momentum's. I gotta say, they seem much smaller in person, but still very stylish. A nice break from the Beat's and Skullcandy's that infest my campus.

post #7972 of 11372

Customer came into my place of work with a pair of Sony MDR V6's around his neck, another customer with a pair of Senn HD 280's. Saw a pair of Logitech UE 1 Pro's on the MUNI train on my way to work.

post #7973 of 11372

incorrect, they are infact skullcandy 2xl Phase's.  I would know because i bought these headphones so i didn't have to bring my audio technicas to school for fear of them being stolen

post #7974 of 11372

All i see at my highschool are beats and of course when i walk in with M50's no one has heard of them and they all claim beats to be better with out actually hearing the sound quality of the M50's.  Can you say bandwagon?

post #7975 of 11372

Longtime lurker, first time poster! (Yes, my wallet is already weeping)

 

In downtown Minneapolis in the past two months I've seen two pairs of Grado SR60i's, two ATH-M50s (one of the Grados and M50s were even on the same bus), I've seen a pair of the Philips Cityscape Downtowns in the skyways and some V-Moda M80s. A girl that catches the bus at my stop in the mornings to work suddenly started wearing some Sennheiser HD 202 II's very recently. Also, I swear I saw a guy wearing some UE iems (don't remember which ones) on the bus last week. I've seen a fair number of different Sennheisers over the past summer too (an HD558 and an HD598 for sure) when the weather was warm. Thankfully, I don't notice many Beats among the daily business-class commuters.
 

post #7976 of 11372
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Originally Posted by bigmac View Post

i thought this was pretty cool..



watching covert affairs (mostly for piper perabo) anyway they jumped on a plane together and auggie pops on his ps1000's! was awsome that grado made it mainstream.. i bet only head-fiers would notice it, but i did! haha..



During the majority of the first season, he's wearing RS1/2s
post #7977 of 11372

Saw a pair of dt770 pros in hobart today. they look very nice, and big in real life, can't wait to get a pair.

post #7978 of 11372

Walking around Melbourne I am often surprised to see some very good headphones; some of which spring to mind were a set of Unique Melody Miracles, numerous sennheiser HD-25/HD555/HD280, Beyerdynamic dt1350/dt770pro, Shure 440/840/iem, Grado sr80i/60i and Alessandro Ms1. These sightings were not all on the same day but it is always nice to a good pair of headphones, I am also a little surprised that I have only seen one pair of M50's (at Crown Casino) given there recent popularity. I myself often walk around Melbourne with either my JH16pro's or my HD800 for which I do get some strange looks.

post #7979 of 11372
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Originally Posted by fatmaggot View Post

Saw a pair of dt770 pros in hobart today. they look very nice, and big in real life, can't wait to get a pair.

holy sh*t they have headphones in tasmania? it must be hard lugging a record player around as your portable rig =p..

post #7980 of 11372
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Originally Posted by bigmac View Post

holy sh*t they have headphones in tasmania? it must be hard lugging a record player around as your portable rig =p..

didn't get that one, but yeah, i was real amazed to see a <200 pair of cans.

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