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post #31 of 34
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Originally posted by Neruda
buy it! buy it!

btw kwkarth, I like your new avatar!
Some day... I have to pay for my new interconnects first (StraightWire Maestro II) and then there's Jan's new PortaCorda, and then..... You know how it goes!

Oh, about the avatar.
Everybody's got all those cool 'toons ..
(I really like bIlL tHe cAt

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and I figured I was as funny lookin' as any of the 'toons I'd seen so why not!

Cheers!
post #32 of 34
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how much is a headmaster? where to buy?
The Analog Room (408-971-6158) in San Jose, CA carries them. They are not always in stock, but there is a US distributor that stocks them so it doesn't take too long to get. I believe they are $800.
post #33 of 34
I am not sure I understand the Ear Max v Ear Max Pro...options

I was told that the only diff between the 2 is the impedence....ie the Pro was designed for lower impedence HPs...other than that they are sonic equals???

So, why does everyone recommend the Pro without consideration to the phones being used....

I have the regular..it is awsome....

Am I missing something?..ie would the Pro sound better on all cans or just those with lower impedence as they were designed for.....
post #34 of 34
www.stoneaudio.co.uk sells the headmaster for $850.
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