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post #91 of 100
And what is more important. The love for the headphone or the love for a "simple" box??. Then you haven't enough love for it, and his qualities....
For me that price continue being a little overpriced, but it is better that pay much more in another sites (PriceJapan is the next least expensive, but expensive at end)....
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I returned my $500 AD2K to Musician's Friend because I'm not willing to spend $500 for a phone in a trashed box.
post #92 of 100
I have too many phones to give any of them that much love. And yes, I will not accept a trashed box for anything sold as new for $500 that weighs less than 2#! Or even 10#.
post #93 of 100
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Try Porcupine Tree with your RS-1
YES i lve porcupine tree, the ttransparency in "in absentia" is awesome on RS-1s

And every time i see a pic of the rs-1s i am mesmerized
post #94 of 100

I'm starting to experiment on different types of music an am finding that the RS 1s are much more versatile than just Rock. Even more Pop oriented music. IMHO

 

I agree that Porcupine Tree sounds excellent on the RS 1s. Try 3.1 off of Absentia.


Edited by thebasso - 7/12/10 at 7:49pm
post #95 of 100

Agreed. They sound also very good with Jpop and Super Eurobeat [that Genre interested me to get in the past the AD2000, except for the lack of midbass and very open nature (which leaks alot of sound). But in the end, i don't get them, because of that things], and vocal trance. My Ultrasonyers sound slightly more forward in the mids, but also a little bit more natural that them, in that regard; in the higher ones (Upper mids).

 

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Originally Posted by thebasso View Post

I'm starting to experiment on different types of music an am finding that the RS 1s are much more versatile than just Rock. Even more Pop oriented music. IMHO

 

I agree that Porcupine Tree sounds excellent on the RS 1s. Try 3.1 off of Absentia.


Edited by Wilashort - 7/14/10 at 5:51pm
post #96 of 100

I really like my AD2000s they are just more involving and musical than anything I've heard thus far. I'd really like to try the RS1s though.

post #97 of 100
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Originally Posted by thebasso View Post

I'm starting to experiment on different types of music an am finding that the RS 1s are much more versatile than just Rock. 


And an even more versatile RS-1 is the MS-Pro 

post #98 of 100

Grado rocks the world!

post #99 of 100

 

 

 

I dont see no valid argument with the title.

 

 

 

 

also

 

NECROPOST!


Edited by sanakaku - 7/15/10 at 2:47pm
post #100 of 100

Pink driver RS1 > AD2000 >> most RS1

 

So, they're about in the same league overall I guess.

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