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post #16 of 27
need more info, that's a SB unit so both plugs are normal biased, but the earspeakers/headphones could be either normal or pro biased headphones.

they are most likely a lambda (normal bias) or lambda pro (pro bias). could be a lambda signature (pro bias) as well, but i remember those coming with brown pads and a brown headband.

a lambda normal with the srd-7/sb usually goes for 200-300'ish.
post #17 of 27
$525 shipped local.
post #18 of 27
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Originally Posted by manaox2 View Post
$525 shipped local.
skrivefeil, that suggested price is about right if it includes both headphones. About $275-300 for energizer with one phone, and about $250 for one phone without the energizer.
post #19 of 27
Well done!
The SR-5 and SRD-6 looks to be a nice way into the world of electrostatic headphones.
post #20 of 27
Thanks a bunch for replies :-) The seller insisted on these being both Sigma-models. I really don't have any idea of the differences between the Lambda's and Sigma's looks, but a little reading gives me the impression it's all about personal taste soundwise..
post #21 of 27
seller is mistaken. sigmas are huge boxes over your hears.




omega2, lambda style, sigma
post #22 of 27
so that's how the sigmas look when you wear them? they dont look that strange when they sit flat on the floor
post #23 of 27
Thread Starter 
well as the thread was bumped by discussion thought I should update that I bought the rotel in the end and am expecting delivery By Saturday
post #24 of 27
Does anyone know if there is a difference between the STAX 202 and the 303 Headphone apart obviously from the driver unit. I don't need a driver (or won't by the week-end) my eXStata should be built and hopefully working by then.
post #25 of 27
The drivers, headband, pads, housing and cable are different.

So aside from the form factor. Theres not a lot in common physically.
post #26 of 27
Hello All,

Does anyone has comparation on Muse T-Amp $50 and Lepai T-Amp $24 in terms of coloration and noise level?
post #27 of 27
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Originally Posted by chaotic_angel View Post

Hello All,

Does anyone has comparation on Muse T-Amp $50 and Lepai T-Amp $24 in terms of coloration and noise level?


Bump for my question :)

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