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post #46 of 89
now i have the k1000s my answer is a resounding yes. i would make a beeline to purchase another pair
post #47 of 89
Depends on availability of money tbh.
post #48 of 89
This is actually why I mostly use the HD-600 and DT48 these days. If one of them goes, no problem. But if the K-501, K-1000 or HP-2 die, then that's a problem. I save those for times when I can listen seriously to keep the hours low.
post #49 of 89
If my SR-225 die, I'll probably move up the Grado ladder and grab the RS-2 or RS-1.
post #50 of 89
I voted no because;

1. I'm very new and still have lots of phones to try
2. Even if I had heard lots more, I would want to listen to another pair out of curiosity, and if I don't like them, buy another pair I haven't tried. When I've grown tired of buying phones which aren't better than my favorite, and I find myself longing to hear them again, then I'll buy them again
post #51 of 89
... if I could, I would. The Grundig magnetostats have been out of production for about 25 years so it might turn out to be tricky.
post #52 of 89
Nope.
post #53 of 89
easily yes, unless i had lots of money to upgrade
post #54 of 89
I would not buy DT150s again because of the comfort issue, though the sound is truly awesome. I almost bought DT770s again to replace tho ones I sold, but was rescued by an offer by the guy who bought them to trade for the 150s.
post #55 of 89
I'd go for the RX900 and not the RX700 if the RX700 broke. But yes, if my RX900s broke.
post #56 of 89
That would be my Denon D7000s, and my answer to the question is "yes, without hesitation".

As a matter of fact I have kicked around the idea of buying a second pair to have around "just in case". One thing is for certain, if Denon ever hinted that they were going to discontinue the D7000s for some odd reason, I would most certainly buy an extra pair (maybe even two pairs).

I have a feeling it will be a very long time before another pair of phones dethrone the D7000s as my top phones, so I need to be prepared for the foreseeable future.
post #57 of 89
I voted yes, but I so don't want to have to hunt down another mint condition K501 for cheap.
post #58 of 89
Yes!
post #59 of 89
Hmm, good question. If my goldies died, I'd use that excuse to try the new 325is. Or maybe splurge on a pair of RS1s... either way I'd get Grados.
post #60 of 89
Since my favorite phones are JVC HA RX700s, yeah, I'd spend another $35 to replace them if they broke. Probably ought to get a spare set at that price.
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