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post #3406 of 19047
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Originally Posted by chrislangley4253 View Post



lol, look closer at your own picture. 



ah, perhaps you should zoom in. 

its a wooden ball and cup toy

post #3407 of 19047

just  got my d2000s and lcd-2!!!

 

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should get my dt 990s back from repair on monday or tuesday hopefully.

post #3408 of 19047
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Originally Posted by kchau View Post



ah, perhaps you should zoom in. 

its a wooden ball and cup toy



looks just like a bottle of wine!

post #3409 of 19047
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Originally Posted by nick n View Post


Oh actually those are from a dollar store! They do the same thing as the larger more expensive Stax covers, but for about $2 each. They sell as Sweater travel bags and you just cut the bottoms off carefully.

 That or you can use those thicker plastic zippered bags that come with blankets. They seem a little thicker.

I put two tiny breather holes in the top corners of each in case of moisture buildup inside, and also tacked a small thing of silica gel to the back of the stands.

 

 

 


thats a great idea!  thanks.  i'll have to look into that.  i'm sure it will improve on my current t-shirt-as-a-dust-cover method smile.gif

 


Edited by thrak - 1/6/12 at 3:37pm
post #3410 of 19047

 

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Originally Posted by thrak View Post


t-shirt-as-a-dust-cover method smile.gif

 


Haha, I do the exact same thing. I'd also like to get some of those nifty plastic bags.

post #3411 of 19047

I made a picture of my newly required "portable rig"

 

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This is made with some FP-3000B instant film and my beloved RB67

post #3412 of 19047
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Originally Posted by chrislangley4253 View Post



looks just like a bottle of wine!



same here.

 

I zoomed in on it and assumed it just had a really long neck.

 

post #3413 of 19047

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Originally Posted by chrislangley4253 View Post

Y U NO LAPTOP?

 

I haven't taken mine on a plane since I bought an iPad. It hasn't been necessary, and I would just as soon not have the extra weight and liability.

post #3414 of 19047
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Originally Posted by shaunybaby View Post

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x2

 

I have been trying to find comparisons with stax and other cans for some time with out much luck, I'm very interested in them
 

 



The budget Stax was a Lambda normal bias and SRD-6/SB with a Fiio E7 and A1. Sounds really nice but distinctly metallic which some people might not like. Sound is pretty balanced and has good extension. It's clear and has good sound stage.

 

Vs ATH-AD700, the soundstage doesn't seem as wide but there's actual bass.

Vs M50, the metallic highs are sort of similar but the Lambda sounds more cohesive. The m50 bass sounds boomy in comparison.

Vs HD280, they don't really sound alike at all.

 

The Stax generally sounds better than other headphones I've listened to (K240S, SR60i, V6, mostly entry level). It seems fragile to me but I treat it carefully. The comfort is great because it's surprisingly light and has basically no clamping force. The sound leaks a lot though.

 

 

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post #3415 of 19047
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Originally Posted by Yakult View Post



The budget Stax was a Lambda normal bias and SRD-6/SB with a Fiio E7 and A1. Sounds really nice but distinctly metallic which some people might not like. Sound is pretty balanced and has good extension. It's clear and has good sound stage.

 

Vs ATH-AD700, the soundstage doesn't seem as wide but there's actual bass.

Vs M50, the metallic highs are sort of similar but the Lambda sounds more cohesive. The m50 bass sounds boomy in comparison.

Vs HD280, they don't really sound alike at all.

 

The Stax generally sounds better than other headphones I've listened to (K240S, SR60i, V6, mostly entry level). It seems fragile to me but I treat it carefully. The comfort is great because it's surprisingly light and has basically no clamping force. The sound leaks a lot though.

 

 

DSC03727.JPG



It's an open-back, so your music supposes to leak out. 

post #3416 of 19047

Cool shot.  What glass did you use?


 

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Originally Posted by Allforheather View Post

I made a picture of my newly required "portable rig"

 

 

 

This is made with some FP-3000B instant film and my beloved RB67



 

 

post #3417 of 19047
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Originally Posted by obzilla View Post

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Nice setup and great choice of music!
post #3418 of 19047

Very nice setup, obzilla.  Which Dell monitor is that, and where can one get that shelf? biggrin.gif

post #3419 of 19047
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Very nice setup, obzilla.  Which Dell monitor is that, and where can one get that shelf? biggrin.gif



he said it was from boltz.

 

http://www.boltz.com/home-theater-component-stands-storage-racks.html

 

looks cool.

post #3420 of 19047
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Very nice setup, obzilla.  Which Dell monitor is that, and where can one get that shelf? biggrin.gif



he said it was from boltz.

 

http://www.boltz.com/home-theater-component-stands-storage-racks.html

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