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post #1411 of 1422
Not sure why my images aren't showing up in post. They're the pics in my avatar....
post #1412 of 1422
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Originally Posted by ds1919 View Post

I got this set from a thrift store. If anyone can identify the model/year I'd appreciate it. No writing on the cans except for Taiwan. The cord has issues and I need to know how to open these things up. I've spent some time trying to figure out how to get access to the innards, to no avail.......help anyone? :-)

Photos or it didn't happen.

(your avatar appears to be an HD800 to me :o)

post #1413 of 1422
As in sennheisser HD?? No, defly not those.
How do I add a pic in the body? Each time I try to upload a pic it goes to my avatar. Using an iphone. Maybe I'll try my laptop...
post #1414 of 1422

You need to have a certain number of posts before you can post photos (to prevent spam/abuse)

Better use a free photo upload service and post the link

post #1415 of 1422
Ah ha!! Thanks I'll do that!
post #1416 of 1422

Welp. Here you go.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The photos don't do these justice, btw. This is the most beautiful headphone I've ever seen.

 

Could someone repost these in the orthodynamic roundup thread? I'd do it myself but Currawong perma'd me from it.


Edited by takato14 - 1/11/15 at 4:04am
post #1417 of 1422

Really? I post borderline pornographic material and this thread is still dead? 

 

Keep the fire going, guys.

post #1418 of 1422

You are extremely lucky neither of those directional arrow badges are missing.

Almost need one of those glass bells to display it :), alarmed of course, with motion sensor and laser tripwire setup.

post #1419 of 1422
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Originally Posted by nick n View Post
 

You are extremely lucky neither of those directional arrow badges are missing.

Almost need one of those glass bells to display it :), alarmed of course, with motion sensor and laser tripwire setup.

This is the first headphone that has made me feel like I absolutely must get a headphone stand. I'm eyeballing that Sieveking Makassar stand that I borrowed from the loaner K812 for the photo as we speak...

post #1420 of 1422
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by takato14 View Post
 

This is the first headphone that has made me feel like I absolutely must get a headphone stand. I'm eyeballing that Sieveking Makassar stand that I borrowed from the loaner K812 for the photo as we speak...

wow those are in beautiful condition!

post #1421 of 1422

Damn those do look good.  Reminds me of Pickering.

post #1422 of 1422

Reminds me of the Beyer T1 in styling.  Gorgeous.  Would love to find a pair of them.

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