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post #91 of 1385
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Originally posted by zombietycho
... Someday
What's that?
post #92 of 1385
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* Mini-Disc Player

* Xin's SuperMicro Headphone Amp

* Etymotics

Scott
post #93 of 1385
What *player* is that? It's sexay.
post #94 of 1385
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Ah that's a good question. All I can see i Sharp, not sure what model. I keep seeing MiniDisc players and am getting very tempted.

Scott
post #95 of 1385
Sharp MD-MT77/MT877

BTW...it's a Recorder, not a Player...there is a difference
post #96 of 1385
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Must....resist.....temptation....

at least until I get my etys.

Scott
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Scottder,

YOU ARE FALLING INTO THE TRAP!!!

REFRAIN FROM BUYING!!!
post #98 of 1385
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Hehe, I'm lucky I have my wife to keep me in check. I made some BIG mistakes with Credit Cards when I was youngers....took a while to get out of THAT hole.

Scott
post #99 of 1385
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Quote:
Originally posted by erikzen

Grado SR-40
Don't see those often. Are they Grado's dirty little secret they'd just as soon wish people would forget?
post #100 of 1385
This is basically my portable desktop rig. My portable gear is far too expansive to picture here.

It consists of HD650 phones,Moon Audio Silver Dragon Interconnects and HD replacment cable,Ray Samuels Emmeline XP7 amp and Sony D25s player.

post #101 of 1385
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nice tuberoller, I kick myself for not getting a D-25S from Silicon Salvage when they were still selling on ebay. *sigh*
post #102 of 1385
fred,
beautiful luggable rig. i envy you gear guys sometimes.
post #103 of 1385
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redshifter,

Your collection doesn't loom too shabby either

Scott
post #104 of 1385
Quote:
Originally posted by scottder
Don't see those often. Are they Grado's dirty little secret they'd just as soon wish people would forget?
I don´t think they were as much a dirty little secret as much as a business failure. The idea was to take a similar design as the SR-60s and produce headphones cheaply in China, from what I understand. They thought they could capture some of the lower end ´Sony-type´market. Apparently, it was not a success. I guess people familiar with the Grado name are not interested in budget stuff. However, I´ve got to tell you these headphones are pretty sweet. I bought them used for $35 and they easily outperform my other headphones in the <$100 range, including the D66 and KSC-35.
post #105 of 1385
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Quote:
Originally posted by erikzen
I don´t think they were as much a dirty little secret as much as a business failure. The idea was to take a similar design as the SR-60s and produce headphones cheaply in China, from what I understand. They thought they could capture some of the lower end ´Sony-type´market. Apparently, it was not a success. I guess people familiar with the Grado name are not interested in budget stuff. However, I´ve got to tell you these headphones are pretty sweet. I bought them used for $35 and they easily outperform my other headphones in the <$100 range, including the D66 and KSC-35.
Really, that's quite interesting. Any chances of a close up pic of those?

Scott
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