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post #1081 of 1191

I just finished my last high school project I will ever do. Kind of a strange thought to be having. The weight of graduating is hard to grasp until the last few weeks of high school. Its crazy if you ask me. I guess I don't get to post in here anymore after next week tongue.gif

post #1082 of 1191
I'm in ninth in 2 weeks... frown.gif out of middleschool-fi!
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I'm in ninth in 2 weeks... frown.gif out of middleschool-fi!
post #1084 of 1191

13 yrs. old

9th grade

 

Equipments:

Beats Pro - please don't hate, these things are basically fake bcos I got them for only $125

A PSP dock - for my desktop 

An iPod Touch

 

...and that's basically it. I'm already looking forward to upgrading by the time these Beats hit the landfill. I don't know if I should be called an audiophile, but I'm certain that most of the ranting-kind Beats haters aren't audiophiles, either. I do have some other equipment. Check my sig.

post #1085 of 1191
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Originally Posted by AHorseNamedJeff View Post

$170 for a magni!! PHWEEEEW. It's $100 flat over here in the states!

Take anything over here and double the price. Welcome to Australia

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13 yrs. old

9th grade

 

Beats Pro

A PSP dock - for my desktop 

An iPod Touch

 

 don't know if I should be called an audiophile,

Don't worry, you're not.

post #1087 of 1191
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Don't worry, you're not.

Hooray!

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Don't worry, you're not.


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post #1089 of 1191

i have graduated from highschool last year but by posting in this thread i fell like im an highschool student again which is a feeling that i really missed badly.

post #1090 of 1191
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Originally Posted by SoundPon3 View Post

Take anything over here and double the price. Welcome to Australia

Take that price and convert it by exchange rate (x3). Except that for every Ringgit we earn you earn a Dollar. Welcome to Malaysia, the country where the government imposes super heavy import taxes and magically re-elects itself.

eg: being a full time waiter for an 8 hour shift earns you RM40 a day (which is about $13)


Edited by streetdragon - 5/28/13 at 8:35am
post #1091 of 1191

age: 16 (turned last feb)

 

grade: 10th

 

gear

a900x 

fiio 5

mdr v6

ipod 5th gen 

pc

 

looking forward to audtioning (and maybe buying) the lcd 2 rev 2 schiit lyr amp bifrost dac combo after my summer job is done and i got the funds for it.

post #1092 of 1191

age: 15

 

grade: 10

 

gear: ba200, dt880/600, athm50, klipsch s4, ie2, a failed open air beats studio

 

jealous to those who have top teir ciems and headphones and in high school

but soon i shall get my hands on the hd800... soon...

post #1093 of 1191
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Originally Posted by airo View Post

age: 15

 

grade: 10

 

gear: ba200, dt880/600, athm50, klipsch s4, ie2, a failed open air beats studio

 

jealous to those who have top teir ciems and headphones and in high school

but soon i shall get my hands on the hd800... soon...

It is generally not a good idea to pair up a driver designed for closed cans to an open frame, the bass goes out of control. (one way or the other) how did the studios sound after modding? (also how did you make it open? isn't there a battery compartment and a noise cancellation circuit in the way?

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It is generally not a good idea to pair up a driver designed for closed cans to an open frame, the bass goes out of control. (one way or the other) how did the studios sound after modding? (also how did you make it open? isn't there a battery compartment and a noise cancellation circuit in the way?

Well that is exactly why I failed. I got to the drivers and saw the circuitry inside so basically what I did was drill holes on the outer shell around the circuit board. I remember assembling it back and it sounded horrible, highs were killing my ears and bass was floppy. It prevented me from modding the other side. I just lend it to my friend and now he wrapped duct tape around the holes and he says it sounds pretty decent

Well what can I say, I was pretty dumb back then. I just wanted to get a new sound probably out of my existing headphones.
post #1095 of 1191

Lol, good to see heaps of high schoolers on here. 

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