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One can never get too much Joe Walsh, in one's life  smile.gif

That was a great performance.

Getting my beach vacation rig ready.....cheap an old skool for me  tongue.gif

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Nice beach rig.
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I say that to my wife and I'm being a dick... say the same thing to a dude you're being a bro... funny how that works...
Just remember bro, women only need us for comic relief and to take out the garbage.
post #15887 of 21136
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Originally Posted by hsubox View Post
 

 

My PS500 is a 373* as well! I think they did a great job on these 10, hehe.

Ha that's funny, mine are 3737 and they were put together really well.  Even the hand written serial number on the cup looks really good, and they sound phenomenal. 

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Nice beach rig.
Just remember bro, women only need us for comic relief and to take out the garbage.


and spider killin'

post #15889 of 21136
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Originally Posted by jaywillin View Post
 


don't worry mark, i don't have a cd player ! lol

but could i interest you in  a pair of mrspeakers alpha dog ???


Holy Crap! I go away for one day and there are sixty some posts. Grado peops in the Hayouse.

 

8 hours of intro WW and Sea kayak rolling instruction. Oh, lord my poor old body....luckily a lot of attractive women want to learn how to kayak. Makes the day go quicker :veryevil:

 

Uh, where's my wife?

 

Jay-I've read about the MrSpeakers and I need to hear them sometime. Maybe the next D.C. meet. But-I'm focused on my speakers for the moment.

 

You are a nasty little temptress though!

post #15890 of 21136
Fellow Grado heads, I'm really enjoying the comfort of my new Turbulent Labs headband,and now I'd like upgrade the rest of the hardware on my RS1's. I can't for the life of me recall the companies name. When I had to take them apart to put the headband on I was reminded of how chincy the construction is on these things. Any direction would be helpful. Thanks.
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Waiting for ps500e available in Jakarta, and I'm ready for upgrade..
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Originally Posted by bpcans View Post

Fellow Grado heads, I'm really enjoying the comfort of my new Turbulent Labs headband,and now I'd like upgrade the rest of the hardware on my RS1's. I can't for the life of me recall the companies name. When I had to take them apart to put the headband on I was reminded of how chincy the construction is on these things. Any direction would be helpful. Thanks.

 

You might be talking about Martin Custom Audio: http://www.martincustomaudio.com/

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Productive morning!


Love that album! One of my first entries into jazz fusion....classic.

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Originally Posted by bpcans View Post

Fellow Grado heads, I'm really enjoying the comfort of my new Turbulent Labs headband,and now I'd like upgrade the rest of the hardware on my RS1's. I can't for the life of me recall the companies name. When I had to take them apart to put the headband on I was reminded of how chincy the construction is on these things. Any direction would be helpful. Thanks.

Martin Custom Audio has rod blocks and gimbals if that's what your looking for, he does cables too and is local to you.

 

http://www.martincustomaudio.com/


Edited by kvtaco17 - 6/15/14 at 6:15am
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Holy Crap! I go away for one day and there are sixty some posts. Grado peops in the Hayouse.

 

8 hours of intro WW and Sea kayak rolling instruction. Oh, lord my poor old body....luckily a lot of attractive women want to learn how to kayak. Makes the day go quicker :veryevil:

 

Uh, where's my wife?

 

Jay-I've read about the MrSpeakers and I need to hear them sometime. Maybe the next D.C. meet. But-I'm focused on my speakers for the moment.

 

You are a nasty little temptress though!


they are awesome, but if i'm going to keep the ps1k's, i gotta sell something !

post #15896 of 21136
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Originally Posted by bpcans View Post


Nice beach rig.
Just remember bro, women only need us for comic relief and to take out the garbage.

Yeah, and whats up with that eyes rolling and head shaking thing...

 

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and spider killin'

yeah....get that bug!

 

We would be like...damn...did you see that big bug:D

 

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Originally Posted by Oracle View Post
 

Ha that's funny, mine are 3737 and they were put together really well.  Even the hand written serial number on the cup looks really good, and they sound phenomenal. 

You guys are the lucky few ....enjoy them puppies

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and spider killin'
I wish! My gf is one of those Animal Planet - Free Willy types. If there was one of those Central American big as a dinner plate spiders strolling through the living room she'd say "Don't kill it, it's one of Gods creatures". I live in a world of dichotomy and temporary insanity.
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don't worry mark, i don't have a cd player ! lol

 

Funny-I think a lot/most Headfiers source is a computer based system. I guess I'm old school. At my solidly medium fi level, I feel the sound from a CDP is preferable to computer based audio. For me computer based audio is Sonos via a "connect" through my Rotel RA-12 and through my speakers or HPs. But, a lot of you guys are using high end 1K+ DAC. I'm sure that's the way to go to really make computer based digital audio swing.

 

I've been collecting and listening to CD's so long. I've got a little over 12,000 tracks from my CD collection digitzed now on a NAS in lossless. Listening to both has become integral.  But, when I really want to hear something well recorded, I still reach for a CD.....

 

Maybe I'm old school and in a couple of years will drop a couple of K on a DAC and change my mind.....

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Originally Posted by elmoe View Post

You might be talking about Martin Custom Audio: http://www.martincustomaudio.com/
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Originally Posted by kvtaco17 View Post

Martin Custom Audio has rod blocks and gimbals if that's what your looking for, he does cables too and is local to you.

http://www.martincustomaudio.com/
I thank you both. Geez that was quick.
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Originally Posted by markm1 View Post
 

Funny-I think a lot/most Headfiers source is a computer based system. I guess I'm old school. At my solidly medium fi level, I feel the sound from a CDP is preferable to computer based audio. For me computer based audio is Sonos via a "connect" through my Rotel RA-12 and through my speakers or HPs. But, a lot of you guys are using high end 1K+ DAC. I'm sure that's the way to go to really make computer based digital audio swing.

 

I've been collecting and listening to CD's so long. I've got a little over 12,000 tracks from my CD collection digitzed now on a NAS in lossless. Listening to both has become integral.  But, when I really want to hear something well recorded, I still reach for a CD.....

 

Maybe I'm old school and in a couple of years will drop a couple of K on a DAC and change my mind.....

 

A lossless rip of a CD is exactly the same as the CD itself. If you go digital out from your computer to your CD player (if it has a digital input? Most do), then there will be no difference.

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