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post #196 of 3072
The Headstage Arrow deal has just gotten even better, price has been reduced to 249$/175€....

Now i'm getting one for sure...
post #197 of 3072
it is 249 for a long while...
post #198 of 3072
Right, that's what I paid as well. I think it represents really great value. With the $100-150 difference (to most other high end portables' prices), you're able to pick up a quality LOD.
post #199 of 3072
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Originally Posted by jc9394 View Post
it is 249 for a long while...
hmm, well i'm sure it cost 199€ until today... so i guess only the europeans profit from this offer since 175€ is around 236$ at the moment...
post #200 of 3072
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Originally Posted by Shauntell47 View Post
hmm, well i'm sure it cost 199€ until today... so i guess only the europeans profit from this offer since 175€ is around 236$ at the moment...
Definately 199€ until now, although the trade in now doesn't accept 'any other make' for 40€ saving
post #201 of 3072
Ordered myself one at the new rate today. It looks so good I may have sex with it.
post #202 of 3072
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Ordered myself one at the new rate today. It looks so good I may have sex with it.
Eew!
post #203 of 3072
how many of you are using the crossfeed feature?
post #204 of 3072
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Originally Posted by PANGES View Post
When did you place your order?

Feb 19th
post #205 of 3072
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Ordered myself one at the new rate today. It looks so good I may have sex with it.
make sure you use protection
post #206 of 3072
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Originally Posted by jc9394 View Post
how many of you are using the crossfeed feature?
I've played around with it some, but I'm enjoying it off more than not. It seems to mess up the separation to my ears. Things just sound a little more dynamic with it off for me.
post #207 of 3072
I find the crossfeed excellent for 1950/60ies hard-panned music, and for surround-downmixed movie stuff as well. But for well recorded modern music it's not really beneficial to my ears.
post #208 of 3072
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I've played around with it some, but I'm enjoying it off more than not. It seems to mess up the separation to my ears. Things just sound a little more dynamic with it off for me.
Hi cn11, I have the Sony X and I'm going to get a MTP Copper in one of these days.
I know that the Coppers are slightly different from the Miles Davis, but I would like to know what is opinion about the synergy of them with the Arrow HE?

Thanks
post #209 of 3072
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Originally Posted by zyThuM View Post
Hi cn11, I have the Sony X and I'm going to get a MTP Copper in one of these days.
I know that the Coppers are slightly different from the Miles Davis, but I would like to know what is opinion about the synergy of them with the Arrow HE?

Thanks
The X/Arrow/MD rig is darn near perfect to me. The Arrow broadens the X's soundstage and makes it more 3D. Bass is more controlled and deeper, and there's more space between instruments. The MD's are revealing enough that you really hear these difference over running them straight out of the X. I think my search for the ideal portable rig is finally over with this setup. So yeah, the synergy is very very nice to say the least.
post #210 of 3072
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I find the crossfeed excellent for 1950/60ies hard-panned music, and for surround-downmixed movie stuff as well. But for well recorded modern music it's not really beneficial to my ears.
This has has been my experience as well (with any cross-feed on any amp). It's very nice to have for those recordings that require it though.
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