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post #466 of 472
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Originally Posted by John Buchanan View Post

Agreed - part of the reason why the Sr-007 Mk1 got sold.

 

Wouldn't playing your Quads be even more comfortable? o2smile.gif

post #467 of 472
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Wouldn't playing your Quads be even more comfortable? o2smile.gif

Grrrrrrrrrrrr been waiting for a warranty repair to be done on these for 11 freakin' months. If I did this in my profession (a vet), I would have been deregistered. Imagine having a booking for surgery delayed 50 times over a year. NOT HAPPY!

post #468 of 472
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Grrrrrrrrrrrr been waiting for a warranty repair to be done on these for 11 freakin' months. If I did this in my profession (a vet), I would have been deregistered. Imagine having a booking for surgery delayed 50 times over a year. NOT HAPPY!

 

Ouch sorry to hear that John, I myself need to get my ESL63's rebuilt, which I've been slacking on.

post #469 of 472

How happy are you guys with your quads? For what I gather, they may or may not need expensive repairs.

I have been tempted to buy them but also thinking on building the Linkwitz Pluto speakers, which according to some, have a sweet sound similar to them. Plus the thrill of DIY sparks my interest.

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How happy are you guys with your quads? For what I gather, they may or may not need expensive repairs.

I have been tempted to buy them but also thinking on building the Linkwitz Pluto speakers, which according to some, have a sweet sound similar to them. Plus the thrill of DIY sparks my interest.

 

Awesome speakers, my absolute favorites until you get into stratosphere country ($25K +). These would be my end game speakers if I was in my current living situation which is a shared living room. Once I have a dedicated listening room I will be going Sound Lab Majestic.

 

Once rebuilt they will be good for at least another 25-30 years of use before requiring some refurbishment again (mind you the refurbishment is far less work than the rebuild and cheaper as well).

post #471 of 472

I have a pair of the amps shown in the picture, the DMA-X2. One is down, and I have been poring everywhere for a service manual as one is down. I don't suppose this owner is able to be contacted, is he?

post #472 of 472

Can any owners out there recommend where to get ear-pads to use with Sigmas? I've emailed Electromod and Audiocubes, and both say "no longer made / not available". They look to be the same size as SR-303 / SR-404 ear-pads, but I do recall reading in a thread that the Sigmas ear-pads were shaped differently. Can anyone chime-in with recommendations?

 

Thanks, 

Cameron

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