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@ Fririce0003

 

OH MY!!!

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Originally Posted by pelli View Post

What are you using to run the Zus?

Using the WA5 to run the zu's, at 100dB sensitivity the WA5 has plenty if power. Sounds wonderful with the royals and ken rads, lush full sound with plenty of low end... But I always find myself going back to the HD800's, just that little bit more clarity and speed.
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Originally Posted by zeinharis View Post

 

 

Grandes aprofundados comentários

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Hahahaha thank you! Didn't expect a Portuguese comment coming from Indonesia!

 

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Cabin trip-fi!

Enjoying the discussion on the PS500s.
The Grado SR60 was my entrance to head-fi as a student, and I still love the grado sound.
I went from the SR60s to the GS1000s and loved them at first, but later realised they were a bit too fatigueing for me. I really like the way they present voices, and after I started to listen to speakers more, I really appreciate the huge soundstage, but the highs are a bit too much for me. I find they sound good with a very limited range of genres.

Got the RS1i next. Absolutely loved them, and I still do. The mids sound close to perfect for me, and the amount of detail they are able to reveal still amazes me. They sounded fantastic with the WA2, I'm happy I was able to own that combo for a while.

After I got the LCD-2s, I have to say they've become my favorite pair of headphones, and the best that I've had the pleasure of hearing so far.
I still use and love the RS1is though, sometimes I just crave that raw in-your-face detail of the Grados. But as my ears are getting more and more accustomed to the darker sound of the LCDs, I'm finding the RS1i somewhat more fatigueing.
Sounds like the PS500 might be worth looking into (:

 

Sounds a lot like me with the HP1000, but to a smaller degree since it's not nearly as aggressive as the RS1i. Still aggressive by my standards though, especially compared to my other cans. But that's exactly how I feel, sometimes I just want that raw, crude (in a good way) sound!

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Originally Posted by Leonardo Drummond View Post

Sounds a lot like me with the HP1000, but to a smaller degree since it's not nearly as aggressive as the RS1i. Still aggressive by my standards though, especially compared to my other cans. But that's exactly how I feel, sometimes I just want that raw, crude (in a good way) sound!

 

exactly why i want to get Rs1i again! 

 

I feel PS500s might be better, but i have other headphones for that, i want the aggressive yet warm and rich sound of the RS1i. definitely would keep them as an all-rounder, but they're nice to have around.

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It's the second time I read your review (translated pretty well by Google), I like it; I would say that you're right on point with all the three (Grado headphones).

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I'm currently enjoying the kingrex headquarters amplifier with perfect sounds dido 901, lurve it.

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Beautiful shot. I'm interested in these headphones. How do they sound? I've actually never heard of them. ph34r.gif

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Originally Posted by devouringone3 View Post

It's the second time I read your review (translated pretty well by Google), I like it; I would say that you're right on point with all the three (Grado headphones).

 

Thank you :)

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Originally Posted by jpierson View Post

My setup for today. My first portable player from when I was 10!!! And it can power the LCD2!!


I had that same portable player, back in the day!  It was a great player, and it could be used in cars (back in the olden days when they only had cassette decks in the head units and you had to get an adapter to play your portable CD player in them) - ad great buffering and shock absorbers.  I rarely had a skip when walking or driving with it.

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Yeah, Panasonic always made top-notch portable/car CD players. They were so indestructible that they tend to make up about 60% of the used market today.
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My ultimate head fi station.  Have three of them but this, driving my D7000's, tops the others by a fair margin.

 

 

Those are my D2000's in this picture..............had my D7000's on the way to Mark Lawton for the damping and angle pad install. 

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My ultimate head fi station.  Have three of them but this, driving my D7000's, tops the others by a fair margin.

 

 

Those are my D2000's in this picture..............had my D7000's on the way to Mark Lawton for the damping and angle pad install. 

 

Beautiful.

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My ultimate head fi station.  Have three of them but this, driving my D7000's, tops the others by a fair margin.

 

 

Those are my D2000's in this picture..............had my D7000's on the way to Mark Lawton for the damping and angle pad install. 

 

What is the album? I cant make it out, but it looks very familiar. 

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Eagles - One of These Nights.  One of my favorite rock songs of all time. 

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Eagles - One of These Nights.  One of my favorite rock songs of all time. 

Ah of course, how could i forget. My fav track on there is "take it to the limit" i have it on SACD, its great. To me that track sounds unlike other eagles songs. I think its the keyboard/synth thing that gives it a sense of atmosphere or something, but it just works really well. 

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My ultimate head fi station.  Have three of them but this, driving my D7000's, tops the others by a fair margin.

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Those are my D2000's in this picture..............had my D7000's on the way to Mark Lawton for the damping and angle pad install. 

 

That is absolutely gorgeous. Enjoy brother

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