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post #4501 of 7856

THEY MADE YOU LOOK RADICAL.

 

If you ever want to.. You know.. *looks at shoes*..

 

 

Sell them.. Or anything.. You know.. *shuffles feet*

 

Then just.. you know.. think of me.. 

post #4502 of 7856
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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post
 

THEY MADE YOU LOOK RADICAL.

 

If you ever want to.. You know.. *looks at shoes*..

 

 

Sell them.. Or anything.. You know.. *shuffles feet*

 

Then just.. you know.. think of me.. 

 

Agree'd you should have seen me before I was bland and boring! Now My life is EPIC

 

xD Sorry it will be a few months or a year b4 I sell these bad boys :[

 

Most likely I'll grab a T90 or He 500 [how do those two differ btw] and one or both of those would replace my Balanaced Dt 880 600 ohm 

post #4503 of 7856
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Originally Posted by Brooko View Post
 

Yep - would much prefer a detachable cable (although for me personally my preference is single sided).  Got to the stage that I did mine myself .....

 

  

 

Nice Job!

post #4504 of 7856
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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post
 

So where are those beautiful beyers now?

 

 

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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

On my head

 

That picture was lame,

 

now behold my epic Beyers! In RAINBOW vision

 

 

I think he was talking about the Martin Custom Audio Beyers.


Edited by Vidmaven - 9/9/13 at 9:08am
post #4505 of 7856
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Originally Posted by xkonfuzed View Post


Haha, talking Arabic I see smily_headphones1.gif شكرًا لك أخي التنين

I actually did, I was all ready to go but when it came to the part where I cut the cable, I was like no, there's no way I'm doing that to my precious Beyers biggrin.gif I assume it was much easier for you to do since you're an expert technician so you can basically get anything fixed if you screw up. If only someone here in Kuwait does this kind of stuff, they'd already be sent. It's VERY hard to get quality audio equipment here, you'll have to look in specific guitar stores and stores that sell studio equipment.

Yup, and I still prefer the stock pads. The WS55's were more comfortable but they were really confusing as my ears ALMOST fit inside but not really, so it was kind of a tiny over-ear I guess. Besides, there was less bass, and we don't want that do we wink.gif

 

That is really too bad, I'd help you build it for sure but really hard to do from the other side of the world.

I wouldn't figure it would be that hard over there in the land of expensive automobiles. :)

 

Or you'll have to go visit these boys from Quatar... :D

Koenigsegg CCXR FTW!

 

Thanks for the info on the WS55 pads, no we DON'T want any less Bass for sure!

:beerchug:

post #4506 of 7856
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

On my head

 

That picture was lame,

 

now behold my epic Beyers! In RAINBOW vision

 

Avatar Cool.jpg

 

For some reason this "rainbow" effect reminds me of GTA San Andreas :D

post #4507 of 7856
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

On my head

 

That picture was lame,

 

now behold my epic Beyers! In RAINBOW vision

 

Avatar Cool.jpg

 

Dude share some of those chem's!

Microdot or Blotter?

:D

post #4508 of 7856
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post
 

 

That is really too bad, I'd help you build it for sure but really hard to do from the other side of the world.

I wouldn't figure it would be that hard over there in the land of expensive automobiles. :)

 

Or you'll have to go visit these boys from Quatar... :D

Koenigsegg CCXR FTW!

 

Thanks for the info on the WS55 pads, no we DON'T want any less Bass for sure!

:beerchug:

Oh, the Koenigsegg CCXR! One of the best looking cars in my opinion :D Have you seen the Agera R? 

 

I know, i know. This picture makes me sad too :p I absolutely love the GTR, Japanese cars are beasts!

 

No problem brother :beyersmile: And yeah, nobody wants less bass lol. 

post #4509 of 7856
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post
 

 

Dude share some of those chem's!

Microdot or Blotter?

:D

 

That's a unique combo of my crappy low res phone camera, I slelected my face, inverted the colors [the picture was already washed out due to that crappy camera] I delselcetd the Glasses and they beyers 

 

Then I went Auto TOned Auto Colored and Auto Contrasted [which balanced the pic out] THEN I went and MAXED SATURATION and VIBRANCY, then tilted the picture towards the purple side, and increased Saturation again.

 

Resulting in my PimpLicious Avatar 

 

Did you notice the RAINBOW tMac I added into my Avatar 

Ahh yea, PhotoShop and a Crappy Camera= trippy pictures! 

post #4510 of 7856
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Originally Posted by Vidmaven View Post
 

 

 

I think he was talking about the Martin Custom Audio Beyers.

 

Indeed I was.

 

The radical colouring confused me - I thought he was wearing the Martin Customs on his head. 

..Which then made him radical. 

post #4511 of 7856
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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post
 

 

Indeed I was.

 

The radical colouring confused me - I thought he was wearing the Martin Customs on his head. 

..Which then made him radical. 

 

Well let's assume that it is still the Radical Martins, and I ofc took my BEUATIFUL STOCK beyers, and made them beautifully radical!

 

Either way I to wonder who has those wooden beyers 

post #4512 of 7856
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

 

Well let's assume that it is still the Radical Martins, and I ofc took my BEUATIFUL STOCK beyers, and made them beautifully radical!

 

Either way I to wonder who has those wooden beyers

 

This guy:http://www.head-fi.org/u/215484/alex-cappello

post #4513 of 7856

He has almost as much feedback as posts. lol Looks like he just uses HF to buy from.

post #4514 of 7856

SHOW YOURSELF.

post #4515 of 7856
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Originally Posted by MrEleventy View Post
 

He has almost as much feedback as posts. lol Looks like he just uses HF to buy from.

 

Pretty good choice. Quality gear usually well maintained. And a pretty high turnover rate.

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