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post #1066 of 1788

There's an European OEM for those have a catalog on it somewhere from the early 80's the SAE was also mentioned.

post #1067 of 1788

Another beauty I found while browsing ebay. The Pickering OA-7. They're listed for $149 right now ;-;

On another note, got a pair of HD424s on ebay for 57 pounds ($95). Probably paid a bit too much but all other listings are for ~$200 currently.

post #1068 of 1788

Too much. I remember ourfpshero offered a pair to me for the price of shipping years ago, but passed because all it would do is take up space. Looking back, I kind of regret it, but it really wouldn't get much use.

post #1069 of 1788
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Originally Posted by Ishcabible View Post
 

Too much. I remember ourfpshero offered a pair to me for the price of shipping years ago, but passed because all it would do is take up space. Looking back, I kind of regret it, but it really wouldn't get much use.

Which ones are you referring to?

post #1070 of 1788

The Pickerings. $150 is waaay too much. I can't really speak for them because I haven't actually heard them though. Hopefully someone else will speak for them.

post #1071 of 1788

Apparently they're fairly mid-centric and good on vocals, according to another thread. Also, they've been sold for as little as $17, so yea $149 is way too much. I'm not really having much luck with vintage cans at the moment, the ones which I'm interested in are all priced exorbitantly.


Edited by BucketInABucket - 3/14/14 at 5:28am
post #1072 of 1788

Going to revive this thread with a picture of my HD424s with HDJ-2000 pads.

 

post #1073 of 1788
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Originally Posted by BucketInABucket View Post
 

Going to revive this thread with a picture of my HD424s with HDJ-2000 pads.

 

Nice pic, 

 

"Vintage HP's coming soon" Did you already buy those or just hoping to find?

post #1074 of 1788
Already bought and on the way. Finding a decently priced pair of Fostex T20V2 is proving to be extremely painful so far.
post #1075 of 1788
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Already bought and on the way. Finding a decently priced pair of Fostex T20V2 is proving to be extremely painful so far.

I have a Fostex T10 and it is hands down my favorite vintage HP, I've seen T20's on eBay a few times but the V2 never, good luck.

post #1076 of 1788
There are a couple on head-fi. However, one is selling for $80! and the other for 80 pounds!!!!!!!!!
post #1077 of 1788
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Originally Posted by BucketInABucket View Post

There are a couple on head-fi. However, one is selling for $80! and the other for 80 pounds!!!!!!!!!

$80 is a decent deal I bought the T10 for $100

post #1078 of 1788
Its not including shipping to Hong Kong which would cost an extra $20-$30.
post #1079 of 1788
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Its not including shipping to Hong Kong which would cost an extra $20-$30.

International shipping stinks, postage costs are high and hard to track items sold if you are a buyer or a seller.

post #1080 of 1788
I dont have any other options left though. I can't find the T20V2 anywhere on taobao or eBay.com.hk
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