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post #106 of 108
Small changes between the original models and the new "i" range, but these do make a good difference from what we've heard.
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Guys, if I can get a 225 cheaper than 225i, does it make sense to pay more for a 225i? (both are used and in perfect condition)
post #108 of 108

I have owned both original and "improved" (used pair)

I sold the SR225i on, my SR225s are staying with me, I just don't see any improvement at all.

I had to change the covers, as they were not very comfortable but I actually preferred the original SR225.

Marketing departments in most companies have been fooling people into thinking that the latest revision is always the best for generations.

And if you think you can't be fooled, have a look here:

 

http://matrixhifi.com/ENG_contenedor_ppec.htm

 

Do the blind test with the SR225is and the SR225 and score which you like best, which is what I did.

The secret is that you do not know what you are listening to, and never trust your ears unless your eyes ( and imagination ) are disconnected

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