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post #121 of 264
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Do you guys think it will be ok to group all the K240 (Sexttet and what not) together and all the Beyers together!? They have all these different models and it confuses me.
post #122 of 264
count me in

Alessandro MS-Pro
AKG K501
Yuin PK-3
post #123 of 264
HD580
K501
KSC75
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Grado SR80
Shure SE110
post #125 of 264
HD600
HD580
HD25-1 II
PX100
Grado SR225
KSC-75
Pro 35T
PortaPro
MDR-V6
post #126 of 264
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Originally Posted by wavoman View Post
As to your worry, we are only estimating C, it really doesn't matter much, I would stop when any set of C phones (each of them) has 20 or more votes, even if the list of C changes. No biggie, this is all guess work.

So are the numbers 80% (well that's the 80-20 rule which generally holds), 100 and 20 ... these come from WAGs ("wild ass guess") of mine using what is called "power analysis". See Wikipedia or

EPA Statistical Primer - Power Analysis

I'm not sure it's worth studying up on stats -- keep a statistician as a friend, that's the better way. Or marry one. I did. So did my wife.

Anyway back to the thread: hey OP, what's the current tally??
Ah yes, power analyses. I'm still looking for a simple Mac OS X app that'll do that for me. Used to have a DOS one, but those days are gone. Thank goodness for me, the department has quite a few stats-savvy members. So, I didn't bother taking the graduate class.
post #127 of 264
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Originally Posted by jonathanjong View Post
Ah yes, power analyses. I'm still looking for a simple Mac OS X app that'll do that for me. Used to have a DOS one, but those days are gone. Thank goodness for me, the department has quite a few stats-savvy members. So, I didn't bother taking the graduate class.
Man, get with cloud computing. Doing computing on your very own Mac, how yesterday is that dude!

You don't bring your own chair to the airport, do ya? Nah, society provides a place for you to park your bod, and likewise a place for you to do your power analysis!

Interactive Statistical Calculation Pages
post #128 of 264
Grado PS1
Grado RS1
Grado HF1
Sennheiser HD650
Sennheiser HD280 pro
AKG K501
AKG K240
"Darth" Beyer 770/80 pro
Shure e500
Shure e4c
Koss Portapro x2
Koss KSC75
post #129 of 264
AKG K271s properly amplified.
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precide ergo2
jecklin float electrostat ps2
jecklin float model 1
peerless PMB 100
peerless MB 85 DA
stax sr-sigma
panasonic rp-htx7
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double post
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Senn HD600
AT AD700
post #133 of 264
Currently:
Senn HD 650
Senn HD 555 Woody
Senn PX 100
Senn HD 457 broken
Senn MX 400 broken
AKG k601
AKG k518dj
AKG k24p broken
AKG k414p
Grado SR 225 with 325i cups.
Grado SR 80 broken
beyerdynamic DT 770 Woody
Koss the plug broken
Koss KSC-75 broken
broken orthodynamics
cheap Philips and Aiwa cans(both broken)

Team broken cans...
post #134 of 264
It's all in my profile.

I'm not motivated enough to duplicate my profile and paste it into this thread, so check my profile for details if you are so inclined.

I am however proud to say that I have ZERO iBuds in my possession. Any that I have come across have either been pounded into dust, fed to a goat, or thrown directly into the trash.
post #135 of 264
Grado SR-325i
Grado SR-80
Senn HD-280Pro
Koss Pro4AAA

JVC Marsh(blech)mallows (backup)
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