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post #4831 of 6431
Guys I know that we are mostly adults and older teens here but have any of you ever named any of your headphones? Some friend of mine just bought some monster diamond headphones thingy and named it Elle. RIP Sound Quality.
post #4832 of 6431

i name them, their model/company namebiggrin.gif

how old is the person you are mentioning about?

post #4833 of 6431
17, f@&£ logic right
post #4834 of 6431
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Originally Posted by iamdacow View Post

Guys I know that we are mostly adults and older teens here but have any of you ever named any of your headphones? Some friend of mine just bought some monster diamond headphones thingy and named it Elle. RIP Sound Quality.
650 - "Buzz"

D5000 -"Woody"

post #4835 of 6431
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Originally Posted by RushNerd View Post

D5000 -"Woody"


lol rly? L3000.gif i shld start naming my CIEMs then

post #4836 of 6431

Not just my headphones.
Computer:Ground control
MP3:Satellite 13

Lappy:Space station Alpha

PS3:The Monolith

HE-500:Major Tom

DT1350: Ziggy

RS-2: Iggy

D2k:Clint

Balisong:Gebiss

I think I might have a problem, and a love for space, Kubric, and Bowie.


Edited by WhiteCrow - 9/16/12 at 1:42am
post #4837 of 6431
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Originally Posted by WhiteCrow View Post

Not just my headphones.

Computer:Ground control

MP3:Satellite 13
Lappy:Space station Alpha
PS3:The Monolith
HE-500:Major Tom
DT1350: Ziggy
RS-2: Iggy
D2k:Clint
I think I might have a problem, and a love for space, Kubric, and Bowie.
Omg where have I been everyone is naming those stuff except me biggrin.gif
post #4838 of 6431

I should let my friend borrow my Pannies at school that leak a lot. He doesn't realize they leak a ton of sound out and he listens to them almost all the way up darthsmile.gif

 

I named my Pannies "Pancake"

post #4839 of 6431
Although not audiophile headphones, I was doing an outside comfort test, and a kid asked if the Aiaiai TMA-1 Studio were Skullcandy. Was going to let him test it out, but I was about to leave.
post #4840 of 6431
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Originally Posted by Supertoaster View Post

I should let my friend borrow my Pannies at school that leak a lot. He doesn't realize they leak a ton of sound out and he listens to them almost all the way up darthsmile.gif

I named my Pannies "Pancake"
Pancake lol btw nice profile pic biggrin.gif
post #4841 of 6431
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Originally Posted by PFULMTL View Post

Although not audiophile headphones, I was doing an outside comfort test, and a kid asked if the Aiaiai TMA-1 Studio were Skullcandy. Was going to let him test it out, but I was about to leave.
How does that look like a pair of skullcandies??
post #4842 of 6431
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Originally Posted by iamdacow View Post

How does that look like a pair of skullcandies??

 

any headphone that doesn't have 'b' on them looks like skullcandies to them

post #4843 of 6431
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Originally Posted by iamdacow View Post

How does that look like a pair of skullcandies??

The TMA-1 series is strange. It's like a "sleeper" if you compare it to cars. The flat black color makes it look like a cheap plastic headphone that does not want attention, but it's actually made of fiberglass and sound daym good.
Also the kid was probably ten years old.

Another small incident was when I had my PRO700MK2 and a guy said "Nice headphones. M50?"
post #4844 of 6431
Society, society sigh
post #4845 of 6431

Kids these days...

 

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Society, society sigh
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