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post #8521 of 11359

Today was an interesting day, in my school, one the members of the sound crew had a pair of ACS T1 lives and akg testos and saw another guy on the mrt with DT1350s

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post #8522 of 11359
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Originally Posted by iamdacow View Post

Today was an interesting day, in my school, one the members of the sound crew had a pair of ACS T1 lives and akg testos and saw another guy on the mrt with DT1350s

 

Guys on crew at my school used to use Beats, until one guy with a mild amount of sense asked the school board for better headphones. Now they have Senn 600s.

post #8523 of 11359

Saw a guy with some huge headphones from house. Wasn't close enough so I whipped out my trusty binoculars (weird right?). Anyone know how hard it is to read with binoculars? I walked away disappointed.

post #8524 of 11359

Not necessarily a public sighting, but an older aged man walked into the store I work at wanting to try out the HD700's to see how they compare to his HD580 Jubilee.

 

First time I see them in person; very nice paint finish I must say.

post #8525 of 11359
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Originally Posted by dleblanc343 View Post

Not necessarily a public sighting, but an older aged man walked into the store I work at wanting to try out the HD700's to see how they compare to his HD580 Jubilee.

 

First time I see them in person; very nice paint finish I must say.

I wish I worked in a store with HD700s.

post #8526 of 11359

I've seen this headset being used by various sports announcers in the very rare occasion where I watch professional sports. It's similar to an HD-25-i-ii, but with a microphone attachment.

post #8527 of 11359
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

I've seen this headset being used by various sports announcers in the very rare occasion where I watch professional sports. It's similar to an HD-25-i-ii, but with a microphone attachment.

You couldn't have chosen a weirder video. LOL. Guy picks his nose.. etysmile.gif Anyway.. They're most likely HDM-25-1s..

http://www.sennheiser.co.uk/uk/home_en.nsf/root/professional_headphones-headsets_professional-headsets_003373

post #8528 of 11359
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

I've seen this headset being used by various sports announcers in the very rare occasion where I watch professional sports. It's similar to an HD-25-i-ii, but with a microphone attachment.

You couldn't have chosen a weirder video. LOL. Guy picks his nose.. etysmile.gif Anyway.. They're most likely HDM-25-1s..

http://www.sennheiser.co.uk/uk/home_en.nsf/root/professional_headphones-headsets_professional-headsets_003373

Ah, good call. I chose that video because it was on the front page of YouTube and I had been meaning to post that head[set] sighting here anyway, but always forgot about it.

post #8529 of 11359

Was watching Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake was the performer. One of his ciem's came out while he was singing, couldn't tell who the manufacturer was, but it was skin color with a clear removable cable. Let me see if I can get a screen cap.


Edited by shoodawoop - 3/21/13 at 3:52am
post #8530 of 11359

Correction he pulled it out of his ear, not sure if it was because the seal was not right or he didn't need to listen to the track, in any case i got a ss of it, not the best quality but you can see the ciem. 

Also lol at the guy picking his nose, handles it pretty smooth if you ask me. 


Edited by shoodawoop - 3/21/13 at 3:55am
post #8531 of 11359

I see singers pull out their IEMs all the time, always wondered why though.

post #8532 of 11359
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Originally Posted by Zelcroft View Post

I see singers pull out their IEMs all the time, always wondered why though.

They change how you hear yourself. Sometimes you need that more than you need the monitor. 

post #8533 of 11359

They change how you hear yourself. Sometimes you need that more than you need the monitor. 

 

I thought the entire point of using a cIEM live was the fact that you can't hear yourself accurately while performing in most situations. confused.gif

post #8534 of 11359
Saw some hd439s at my school today. So far those are the nicest cans I've seen inside of my high school of almost 3,000 students.
post #8535 of 11359
Sennheiser HD-280 Pro on the Central Link light rail in Seattle
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