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post #1141 of 1786

what is it maybe we can prime your incoming experience with some preparatory vintage catalog info....:beerchug:

post #1142 of 1786
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what is it maybe we can prime your incoming experience with some preparatory vintage catalog info....beerchug.gif
its an oldie. Numark DH-45 SVT. A Skype friend of mine has one, and I saw a picture of it. On the side, there's a volume slider and tone slider (he described the tone as making things seem closer or further away depending on where you have the slider at... Soundstage adjustment???)mono to stereo switch, leather headband and earpads... Awesomeness... Oh, and a paper diaphragm... I hope it was designed correctly so I at least get some bass. He said there's some bass to it... But, then again he doesn't know much about audio. I trust nobody here will go on eBay and purchase it before I do? Because I kind of really want it. I'm buying it later this week or next weekend... NOBODY BUY IT PLZ!!!! (my Skype friend isn't the one selling it. Its a random eBay person who is selling it.)
post #1143 of 1786
http://www.head-fi.org/t/719283/need-help-with-old-headphones here's a link to the pictures I posted that my friend sent me.
post #1144 of 1786
Pair of Pioneer Monitors that came with my SX-1050 from original owner of both.

post #1145 of 1786
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Pair of Pioneer Monitors that came with my SX-1050 from original owner of both.

Cool vintage where did you score that?

post #1146 of 1786
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Pair of Pioneer Monitors that came with my SX-1050 from original owner of both.


Sorry, but all I see is a beautiful receiver in that picture, my eyes can focus on nothing else..............nice  score!

post #1147 of 1786

Just got these today. Koss HV/1A. Might become my favorite of all time.
OF. ALL. TIME.
post #1148 of 1786
I have a pair of HV/1 I bought new around 1971/72 while in high school. They still sound pretty good with my Valhalla headphone amp. You can still buy new foam ear pads directly from Koss for abouy $5
post #1149 of 1786

These count?

 

hp1

 

tds16

 

ss100

 

hp3

post #1150 of 1786
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Originally Posted by fattyu View Post
 

These count?

Worthy of any vintage collector's porn collection! (Click to show)

 

hp1

 

tds16

 

ss100

 

hp3

 

Those definitely count! Sexy sexy looks indeed.

post #1151 of 1786
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Originally Posted by fattyu View Post
 

These count?

 

These certainly count. They're about the cheapest in your lot, and, with some effort, can be modded to electrostat levels of awesome. Well, the 80-1 can, anyway, and so should the 80-2 as long as the bass is the only thing they changed between versions.

post #1152 of 1786
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Originally Posted by RUMAY408 View Post

Cool vintage where did you score that?

Craigslist. Guy threw in the headphones with the deal since he felt they belonged with the receiver which were bought together so I gladly accepted his generosity.
post #1153 of 1786

And the best things I have heard. 

 

Properly amped this thing is second to only the Sansui SS100 ( also properly amped ) Sansui at home... Yamaha at work... 

 

 

post #1154 of 1786

I bet the HOK can take on both the Yama and the Sans.

post #1155 of 1786
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I bet the HOK can take on both the Yama and the Sans.

can you guide me to the mod you have in mind? might give it a go

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