I've bought way too many headphones in recent months so it's time to sell some of them.
I'm starting with my MB Quart QP250s. The company has since changed its name to German Maestro and is selling the exact same headphone as German Maestro GMP250 these days.
So I guess these are kind of a rarity, but they're still in excellent shape
They sound really lush and laid-back and are supposed to be great with classical music. They're not my cup of tea though, so I'm selling them for 70 Euros including paypal fees and shipping within the EU.
Int'l shipping available. Willing to trade for either audio technica M50s or Shure SRH840.
FA Eternas are SOLD. Thanks everybody for your interest.
Sale pending on the Head-Direct RE0 rev2, before I even had a chance to upload pictures.
I've recently won a Nationite HDVP-1 media player in a competition over at MP4Nation.net. It can be connected to a TV via HDMI or component and has coax and RCA out for audio. Its media processor is capable of 1080p and plays multiple video formats such as DivX/Xvid, h264, AVI, FLV, MKV or RMVB. It reads media files via USB (NTFS and FAT hard disks supported) or SDHC.
The device is practically brand new. I've only tried it once to verify that it works. I simply have no use for it, because I'm using an XBMC'd Xbox and a media center PC for all my entertainment needs.
Willing to let it go for 40 Euros plus shipping.
Another device I might be selling is this funky little integrated tube amp / MP3 player by manufacturer Four Channel. Never heard of them before and information seems to be scarce about the company. I bought it just out of curiosity at IFA in Berlin a few weeks ago, but I don't really have any use for it to be honest.
The amp part of it has RCA and 1/8" inputs, but the real curious part about it is its integrated MP3/WMA player that takes input via its USB and SDHC slots. No screen and just three buttons make for awkward navigation. tbh, I don't even know if it does folder navigation, because I've tried it only very briefly with a few MP3 files off a USB stick.
Output is via its 1/8" headphone out, you can also hook up passive speakers directly, as witnessed in the second picture. I bought it for 90 Euros (down from its EUR 100 "special trade fair price" the exhibitor initially wanted) and am willing to sell it for that price to recoup my investment.
So, 90 Euros plus shipping, if you're interested in this obscure little amp/MP3 player combo.
Both devices have a US plug, but I'll include adapters for European buyers.
Edited by sepinho - 10/6/10 at 10:59am