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post #106 of 2460
OH MY GOODNESS, that is sooooooooooooooooooooo funny. I can't belive my eyes.

Burr, must be cold out....
post #107 of 2460
Lad27, I truely love those headphones! Your picture taking skills are very good, and the snake along side it just go so well together in many ways.

Bravo!
post #108 of 2460
Those look soooo nice Lad27. I love the snake pic.

I've been listening to my DB a lot lately. They still amaze me.

_______

Skylab, that is so wrong. Let the names for these commence. lol.
post #109 of 2460
Yeah I just saw those on Larry's page earlier today, figured Skylab would grab it soon enough

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Skylab, that is so wrong. Let the names for these commence. lol.
Larry calls em Darth 770 VXD3-O
post #110 of 2460
Thread Starter 
I sawthe burl and the snakewood and really want a pair of "private stock" V3's but the price on some of them has just eluded me so far.

Hope he has a pair that will stay up on the site long enough for me to a least continplate the purchase.
post #111 of 2460
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Originally Posted by brn80 View Post
Yeah I just saw those on Larry's page earlier today, figured Skylab would grab it soon enough



Larry calls em Darth 770 VXD3-O
Nah, those aren't for me. I'm strictly a dark wood kind of guy
post #112 of 2460

Proper picture this time round...

I managed to get a cheap wooden stand(~USD$20) and now my Darths are sitting "sadly" on it, they are happy when they are on my head .

Pardon the bad lighting tho, the Darths look much better in actual with the "moving grains".
post #113 of 2460
The new Darths on Larry's site are something. And the version numbers are getting pretty interesting too: Darth 770 VXD3-O.

Seriously I wonder how these sound open. Should change things considerably.
post #114 of 2460
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Originally Posted by Skylab View Post
Larry has a new headphone posted on his site, but I think he may have been suffering the effects of the long snowy winter in Washington State:

So that's why you have to be 18 or older to order. I bet they sound awesome, they probably have the monster soundstage as the old open darths, with the new improved sound of the version 3.
post #115 of 2460
WOW, that is a good one...
post #116 of 2460
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Originally Posted by Towert7 View Post
... Your picture taking skills are very good...
Digital photography is my another hobby, but I have to come out clear here. The first pic and all the ones with the snake aren't photos, but scans.

Anyone can try it. I used old el-cheapo Lexmark flatbed scanner, set at photo quality, 600dpi. Then positioned all the props on the glass, left lid open (that will make for dark background, coloured rag can be thrown over whole setup to achieve some amazing background textures) and shone Maglite torch from the side to get some extra effect. The creative opportunities here are endless...

Resulting file is rather large, resized it Photoshop and also tweaked overall saturation and exposure so the wood colour actually looks real life-like (on my monitor anyway).

Only PITA with this process is to keep glass meticulously cleen of dust bits and smudges, but some of the imperfections can be cloned/despeckled out in Photoshop.

Happy scannin' everyone...
post #117 of 2460
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Originally Posted by cooperpwc View Post
The new Darths on Larry's site are something. And the version numbers are getting pretty interesting too: Darth 770 VXD3-O.

Seriously I wonder how these sound open. Should change things considerably.
yes my friend, they look very 'interesting' to say the least! a cold washington winter eh? they wooden cover looks to go much further near the bass than the other ones as well as more curved... as the dt770 have phenomenal soundstage and imaging already, these must be dynamic to no end... with the open part, they must be quite focused as well as good accoustics... very interesting
post #118 of 2460
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yes my friend, they look very 'interesting' to say the least! a cold washington winter eh? they wooden cover looks to go much further near the bass than the other ones as well as more curved... as the dt770 have phenomenal soundstage and imaging already, these must be dynamic to no end... with the open part, they must be quite focused as well as good accoustics... very interesting
It would be fascinating to hear the difference of how they sound with covers on and off. There is potentially a huge difference with Beyer cans. I say this because I am being blown away this weekend by how I apparently just bought two pairs of headphones. The DT880/600s are completely different when switching between the velour earpads and the leather. Not sort of different... radically changed. More on this in an appropriate thread in a few days when I have a better feel for the differences and which way I prefer.
post #119 of 2460
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Originally Posted by Lad27 View Post
The creative opportunities here are endless...
That's very impessive! I will have to give that a try someday!

Thanks.
post #120 of 2460
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Originally Posted by brn80 View Post
Yeah I just saw those on Larry's page earlier today, figured Skylab would grab it soon enough
Larry calls em Darth 770 VXD3-O
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Nah, those aren't for me. I'm strictly a dark wood kind of guy
so which dark wood will you be ordering darth 770vxd3-os in skylab?
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