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Originally Posted by Kojaku View Post


I've had to be way more particular with HD800 tube pairings though. The sort of reckless high frequency mess going on with the teslas was just WAY too hot for the HD800s. I had to roll back to something more balanced. The LCD2s I used to have ran those tubes like a champ, though.

 

Kojaku

I guess I'm discovering that when it comes to headphones, I'm a serial monogamist.  I don't know how to spread my love around to all my headphones.

 

I love my DT-880s, but even since I got my LCD-2s, I have not had them on my head for more than 10 minutes.

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Originally Posted by nelamvr6 View Post

I guess I'm discovering that when it comes to headphones, I'm a serial monogamist.  I don't know how to spread my love around to all my headphones.

 

I love my DT-880s, but even since I got my LCD-2s, I have not had them on my head for more than 10 minutes.

Build a separate setup rig for them, it will get more attention that way (as well as your wallet). I do it with each of my headphones.

post #13593 of 20000
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Originally Posted by mosshorn View Post

 

 

How do you like the Raspberry Pi? I was actually thinking of buying one to set up a similar server.

 

Also, what did you use for the music server?

I think it's a great solution, before I always had to have the USB from my laptop plugged into the iUSB so I couldn't be very far from it. Now I can control from my computer and phone, very efficient! One thing I would say is that the power supply it came with caused super noisy audio even through the iUSB, actually powering it from the iUSB is really good.

 

Basically the media server is just a backup server and you mount it in MPD. If I'm honest, my dad set it up so I don't know all that much about that side of things.

post #13594 of 20000

Picked up my new stand today...smexy:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kojaku

post #13595 of 20000

Details please! Exactly what I am looking for. 

post #13596 of 20000
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Originally Posted by 8chvinyl View Post

Details please! Exactly what I am looking for. 

They are clear Acrylic Omega style headstands for that go for $35-50 shipped from ebay, I had 4 for my headphones but I had to throw them out because (unless you wipe your headphones down or use a dust cover) there were abrasive particles on the headstand that scrub against the plastic causing long scuffs and I'm OCD with the condition I want something to be displaying on.

 

There's also a Hifiman one that looks similar but with there logo text and have a more extruded curvature on the bottom base lips.

post #13597 of 20000
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Originally Posted by DefQon View Post

They are clear Acrylic Omega style headstands for that go for $35-50 shipped from ebay, I had 4 for my headphones but I had to throw them out because (unless you wipe your headphones down or use a dust cover) there were abrasive particles on the headstand that scrub against the plastic causing long scuffs and I'm OCD with the condition I want something to be displaying on.

 

There's also a Hifiman one that looks similar but with there logo text and have a more extruded curvature on the bottom base lips.

 

If you decide to dump them at Sydney, be sure to let me know :)

post #13598 of 20000
Nutmegs!! My people!

Ill post pics of my newly redesigned work station/battlestarion/hifi area later

Ive severely streamlined everything. All the old gear in an organized locker and all my main stuff on my desk.
post #13599 of 20000

Hi!

 

Here is mine:

 

 

AppleMark

 

In the office:

 

Macbook Pro with Bitperfect -> USB into Griffin Powerwave/muse audio usb mini DAC -> Schiit Valhalla -> currently mostly: DT880 Premium/HD25-1/Yamaha HPH-200

Solid aluminium Cayenne Turbo is parked on my Amp. This makes the amp much faster!

 

Cheers,

K

post #13600 of 20000
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Originally Posted by Maxvla View Post


Must be nice to live where that is possible. Even on my 4 mile one way commute I would be dead already if I tried to bike to work. Nobody here respects bikers, not really even motor cycles.

Yeah, dutch people love their bikes!

You can get pretty much anywhere with public transportations in the Netherlands. And work usually pays for the traveling fees, so it is way way way cheaper than owning/using a car.

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Very nice Panda Man, Now to only keep it that neat.

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Originally Posted by Greed View Post

 

Very nice Panda Man, Now to only keep it that neat.

It's quite easy too. A few swipes and bam, no more stuff on it.

 

It's an Ikea Gallant set by the way,

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

It's quite easy too. A few swipes and bam, no more stuff on it.

 

It's an Ikea Gallant set by the way,

 

Gotta love Ikea. 

post #13605 of 20000
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Yes, much more pleasing aesthetically... wink.gif what Panda wouldn't want to reside there?

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