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Temporary head-fi rig...Cambridge 350C > loaner SR-212 > loaner SR-003

hows the sr003? they look like theyd be pretty crappy but they're STAX so...
post #9572 of 18665
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I only have Animal Collective and Deer hunter vinyl. Where's this Radiohead vinyl you talk about?

Radiohead has released most, if not all of their albums on vinyl. Thom Yorke's voice sounds so rich and full on the vinyl mix of In Rainbows; you must hear it if you haven't already. smily_headphones1.gif
post #9573 of 18665

My new couch-side headphone station. Laptop -> E17 -> Q701. 

 

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post #9574 of 18665

I think it is incredible how you guys are so young, yet seem to have been on head-fi for so long, judging by your post count, I am 16, and I know of no one at my school who has nice headphones, except for a person who i had encouraged to by m-50's after he sold his beats pros.

post #9575 of 18665

i'm shocked that some many people's listening stations are in front of computers. I find a computer screen distracts me from the whole art of listening.

post #9576 of 18665

Agreed, and a couch or a recliner will usually be more comfortable than a desk chair. 

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i'm shocked that some many people's listening stations are in front of computers. I find a computer screen distracts me from the whole art of listening.

post #9577 of 18665

The liner notes for Gil Scott-Herons last album included these words on listening to music -

 

"for the first time under optimum conditions. Not in your car or on a portable player through a headset...Get rid of all distractions (even her or him)...Turn off everything that rings or beeps or rattles or whistles...Listen all the way through. Think about what you’ve got."


Edited by simonpking - 11/14/12 at 6:14pm
post #9578 of 18665

I like that.

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The liner notes for Gil Scott-Herons last album included these words on listening to music -

 

"for the first time under optimum conditions. Not in your car or on a portable player through a headset...Get rid of all distractions (even her or him)...Turn off everything that rings or beeps or rattles or whistles...Listen all the way through. Think about what you’ve got."

post #9579 of 18665

Hmmm, I'd be interested to hear the thoughts of those forum users who have their systems setup in front of computers.

 

I’ve noticed over the last few years, especially since buying an iphone that I don’t listen to music properly anymore. On my iphone or computer I might have +$300 headphones on but I’m really not listening, I’m to busy swiping and left-clicking.

 

I have more of a traditional listening station setup. My gear faces a wall in the living room and fortunately we don’t have a TV or computer in that room. If there was one I’m thinking that I might miss that opportunity of getting lost-in-the-music.

post #9580 of 18665
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Originally Posted by simonpking View Post

Hmmm, I'd be interested to hear the thoughts of those forum users who have their systems setup in front of computers.

 

I’ve noticed over the last few years, especially since buying an iphone that I don’t listen to music properly anymore. On my iphone or computer I might have +$300 headphones on but I’m really not listening, I’m to busy swiping and left-clicking.

 

I have more of a traditional listening station setup. My gear faces a wall in the living room and fortunately we don’t have a TV or computer in that room. If there was one I’m thinking that I might miss that opportunity of getting lost-in-the-music.

I think it really boils down to what kind of listener you are. There are those who go flipping through songs in between each play and 

then some who sit down and listen to albums all the way through. 

post #9581 of 18665
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Originally Posted by jasonb View Post

Agreed, and a couch or a recliner will usually be more comfortable than a desk chair. 


idk about you, but a lot of us are limited. I live in a college apartment. my desk is where I live, so it's the only place any listening can get done. (I also don't have room for excess furniture)

post #9582 of 18665

true - i find myself that technology is making me more of the former - jumping between tracks. worse still is when i find myself not even listening to the full track thanks to mp3 players and their time scroll bar.

post #9583 of 18665

Very true and very insensitive of me. sorry about that.

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idk about you, but a lot of us are limited. I live in a college apartment. my desk is where I live, so it's the only place any listening can get done. (I also don't have room for excess furniture)

post #9584 of 18665

good point. i'm in my mid thirties - its taken me this long to buy the (mid-ranged) audio gear i have and a house big enough to house it and my records.

post #9585 of 18665
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Very true and very insensitive of me. sorry about that.

No need to be sorry! In fact, I 100% plan on getting a nice lounge chair setup back at home this winter break! because I am too ADD to sit in front of a computer screen and focus on the music beerchug.gif


Edited by Maverickmonk - 11/14/12 at 7:22pm
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