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post #121 of 1013
I thought I was just lightly skimming across the surface while cutting through the foam (I didnt even press hard at all) but to my horror, removed the pad and was greeted with that. Oh well, makes it more personal.
post #122 of 1013
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I got it from ebay. Here's a link to their ebay store (http://stores.ebay.com/Jasmine-Hifi-...Q3amesstQQtZkm)
thnx for the link, how much did u pay for them????
post #123 of 1013
i have never heard the mx500 earbud with so much deep and tight bass. so clean, and haven't even burn in, iem sound quality. but man these cables are as unflexible and microphonic as it gets. also embrace my awesome archos. most of these work are inspired by patrick82, especially the electric tape sewed around the case.
post #124 of 1013
How'd you mod your Senn MX500s like that? My pair are somewhere...
post #125 of 1013
you just use a philip screw driver and press it against different part of the gaps of the cup and then one harder push and it will open in half. if you do it too hard you might rip out the diaphragm. then just solder in new cable.
post #126 of 1013
That's a really nice, clean recable job! What conductors did you use?
post #127 of 1013
Wow. That's a lot of work for earbuds! *boggles* Looks nice, though.
post #128 of 1013
Those MX500s look so nice. I'm always impressed by TerryMX's work.
post #129 of 1013
updated...I now use the shuffle instead of the cube. ALO and a smaller carry case too...



I really should find some smaller cans, but I like the sound of DT770's...
post #130 of 1013
I don't blame you. The Dt770 Pro sound very nice, are super comfy and have great isolation. If you don't mind the retro looks, they're definitely TriPort killers! People rave on about the DT770 Pro as "basshead's cans" but actually, the rest of the frequency range is fairly balanced and very high quality.
post #131 of 1013


audio solutions c17h2204 > little dot micro+ > koss ksc-75

mjb
post #132 of 1013
I ended up buying myself a shuffle to use on the bikes today, and to mix n' match with what's in my sig, should be some interesting combinations.
post #133 of 1013
oicdn: maybe i asked this before and didnt check it, what camera do you use? i like the 'hdr' effect it gives.

musicmonkey: i neee take this opportunity to say i like that monkey.
post #134 of 1013
Yep, my monkey certainly has the ears for a set of Grado's , might see if i'm sober enough to fiddle with the gif.
post #135 of 1013
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Originally Posted by terrymx View Post
oicdn: maybe i asked this before and didnt check it, what camera do you use? i like the 'hdr' effect it gives.

musicmonkey: i neee take this opportunity to say i like that monkey.
Well, it's a Sony T5. I bought it when it was top-o-da line....now it's just mediocre. Sony's have the best Macro shots, non SLR of course.

But it's good stuff. I love it cause it's small, takes good pics, has a big screen, has a bunch of options, can be put on a tri-pod (not many new slim cams can)and has a good battery life.

Yeah...I dunno, the DT770's I love. I listened to some 555 and 595's and well...they didn't move me like the DT 770's did. I guess it's the Beyer sound, or well, maybe the 770's are just that much better....eitherway, I love them.
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