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post #11491 of 17406
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Nice!
Technics SL-7, linear quartz driven direct drive turntable.
these things ROCK. I'm trying to get a 2nd one for cheap, so i can listen upstairs as well biggrin.gif


I am big fan of the SL1200 MKII personally, but have heard nothing but good things about the Technics linear trackers and have always been curious :)...

 

I have an SL1200 MKII I rescued from an abusive DJ in LA and restored to stock...its a delight and a joy.

post #11492 of 17406
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Originally Posted by jaywillin View Post
 


just one year ago, i had a fiio e10, and a pair of senn hd203's

and today, fedex just dropped of my MAD Ear+ HD, i'm unboxing now !!

 

You lucky devil :popcorn:

post #11493 of 17406

I'm trying to open up my SR60i earcup. Been heating it with hairdryer for like 2-3mins, it's not coming off am now leaving it to steam on top of boiling water xD 

 

Never knew taking it off was so hard T.T

post #11494 of 17406
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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post

I'm trying to open up my SR60i earcup. Been heating it with hairdryer for like 2-3mins, it's not coming off am now leaving it to steam on top of boiling water xD 

Never knew taking it off was so hard T.T

The hair dryer combined with a fork/spoon works the best IME (a tapered handle utensil in case you haven't heard of it)
I couldn't get mine apart until I tried this method and it worked very well
post #11495 of 17406
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Originally Posted by ferday View Post


The hair dryer combined with a fork/spoon works the best IME (a tapered handle utensil in case you haven't heard of it)
I couldn't get mine apart until I tried this method and it worked very well

I'll try that when I really can't open it xD

post #11496 of 17406
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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post
 

I'll try that when I really can't open it xD

its not hard, just heat em up and pry... if your hands aren't strong enough use a spoon...

post #11497 of 17406
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Originally Posted by kvtaco17 View Post
 

its not hard, just heat em up and pry... if your hands aren't strong enough use a spoon...

will the plastic break? @.@

post #11498 of 17406
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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post
 

will the plastic break? @.@

lol no, use a hair dryer to warm up the glue... then take a metal spoon and put the neck (the thin part between the ends) in the space between the cup halves and twist. Work at it slowly and add more heat on occasion as needed. This method is covered briefly referenced in...

http://www.head-fi.org/t/560806/sr60-mod-part-ii

post #11499 of 17406
I would've described it better sorry I'm in the middle of nowhere with poor service. Thanks kvtaco for that link

But no it doesn't break anything, it actually works great and caused no damage at all on my 80's
post #11500 of 17406

ITS COMING OFF SLOWLYYYY XD XD XD I decided to insert some more force into it and its pilling off :D

 

I'm in xD


Edited by BillsonChang007 - 1/16/14 at 6:47pm
post #11501 of 17406
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Originally Posted by ferday View Post

I would've described it better sorry I'm in the middle of nowhere with poor service. Thanks kvtaco for that link

But no it doesn't break anything, it actually works great and caused no damage at all on my 80's

No problem!

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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post
 

ITS COMING OFF SLOWLYYYY XD XD XD I decided to insert some more force into it and its pilling off :D

 

I'm in xD


WIN!

post #11502 of 17406

well, what a day, the MAD Ear got here, then 2 hours later, the rs1i arrived back home, both the gs1k and rs1 sound great with the mad,

right now, the biggest surprise isn't how good the mapletree is, i expected it to be very good, it was how well the lyr compared to the mapletree,

it really held its own, but i've already packed it up, its going back to the guy i got it from,

now , i suspect, a lot of listening !

post #11503 of 17406
Would getting Bowl pads for my 60i's be a good thing? And if so, which ones should i go for? The only ones in amazon are the L cushions made by Ear Zonk. For $9.99. But i think they look a bit different than other bowls I've seen.

Thanks for any help.
post #11504 of 17406
I don't love the bowls on my sr80 but for 9.99 you may really like them. I have g-Cush and ttvj flats on order so I'll have the whole range of pads, for the cost it's the best way to change up the sound
post #11505 of 17406

So I just bit the bullet and bought me some GS1000's.....I am very excited to hear these!! I am pretty sure I am going to like them, but everyone is so divided on these headphones.

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