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Thanks! It's a pretty basic set-up that sounds pretty good. I've had some higher end gear in the past but i think i've settled on these. I think the HF-2 really plays well with the Magni as well.

Gish is a great album ans probably my favorite pumkins album.
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When I tried the LCD2's I thought they were pretty comfy.
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When I tried the LCD2's I thought they were pretty comfy.

They are comfy for a bit but then the weight starts to set in and the pressure at the top of your head builds up a little.  But non the less I loved mine anyway.  The LCD3's are a little better because they don't clamp as much either thanks to the softer pads.  

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When I tried the LCD2's I thought they were pretty comfy.

They are, but only for about 25mins. After that, youll begin squirming and readjusting to a new spot on the head. 

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My current station
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My current station

Looks pretty "end-game" to me.


Edited by DarKen23 - 10/24/13 at 1:17am
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They are, but only for about 25mins. After that, youll begin squirming and readjusting to a new spot on the head. 

Not really, some people find them comfortable, and luckily I'm one of them, the only thing that put me off was the poor soundstaging and treble. The large pads really do make for quite a comfy fit imho, but for some the weight and fit can be a bit of a hassle.

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Looks pretty "current" to me.
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They are, but only for about 25mins. After that, youll begin squirming and readjusting to a new spot on the head. 

Not really, some people find them comfortable, and luckily I'm one of them, the only thing that put me off was the poor soundstaging and treble. The large pads really do make for quite a comfy fit imho, but for some the weight and fit can be a bit of a hassle.

Yea some do find them to be comfy, absolutely.

 

The soundstaging can be fixed by using tb_isone, a ridiculously good dsp that mimics listening to speakers. Prepare yourself once youve got it calibrated to your phones because youll find yourself taking the headphones off to make sure your speakers arent playing disturbing the neighbors.


Edited by DarKen23 - 10/24/13 at 2:02am
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Looks pretty "current" to me.

*poke* :tongue:

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guess the components ;)

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Vio stack + HD600s? Hard to tell with it being so grainy. smily_headphones1.gif

E: Just saw your avatar, lol. Not bad going by just the photo. Rather pleased with myself. biggrin.gif
Edited by MrEleventy - 10/24/13 at 6:30am
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violectric stack v200 v800 and i guess hd600 would be a better match, but it's a hd650 from the days i was listening through  the stereo receiver, harman kardon hk970, now a hk980, i had the matching cd player hd970, switched to the rca out of the v800 as source, heaven!

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There is a harman kardon.
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There is a harman kardon.


yeah, you can't miss the inner lightning of the volume ring wheel!

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