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Originally Posted by Loving[MAX]Sound View Post

My listening area in my bachelor pad here in Montreal wink.gif, simple, but gets the job done biggrin.gif

Gear (from left to right): SR80(non i), GS1000(non i), Lenovo X201, ARCAM rPAC DAC, Grado RA-1 (Battery); PS500, RS1i.

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Nice set up sir. You don't have a girlfriend do you? J-K!
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225e compared with 225i

Hope you like it! Or just read the tl;wr. biggrin.gif
post #17073 of 19613
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Originally Posted by Claritas View Post

225e compared with 225i

Hope you like it! Or just read the tl;wr. biggrin.gif

well done! I'm sure many of us will find this quite useful! Also, it made me want to hear some R.I.P. and ...and Justice for All!

 

Just the other day I was listening to the Garage Days Re-revisted with my Ps500 and had a hell of a good time. I was using my HeadRoom desktop amp which has a couple of "brightness" filters, with the top filter engaged, it brought the guitars more upfront, which was lacking a bit. the ps500 + metal sounds awesome! 

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RS1i/e or Alessandro MS Pro for rock and metal? Which one is brighter?

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RS1i/e or Alessandro MS Pro for rock and metal? Which one is brighter?

I haven't tried the Ms pro or Rs1e, but I'm betting the rs1i is the brighter among the three. As far as metal, that would be a personal preference thing. 

 

I don't listen to Metal nearly enough as I used to, but when I do, I sure do seem to enjoy the hell out of it! Anyhow, I seem to prefer not too bright, since I play it rather loud, and that just works better for me.

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Originally Posted by Claritas View Post

225e compared with 225i

Hope you like it! Or just read the tl;wr. biggrin.gif

 

Thanks! Sounds like I'll be keeping my SR325i then if the changes are the same for them. Might go for the RS1e though.

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Originally Posted by Loving[MAX]Sound View Post
 

My listening area in my bachelor pad here in Montreal ;), simple, but gets the job done :D

 

Gear (from left to right): SR80(non i), GS1000(non i), Lenovo X201, ARCAM rPAC DAC, Grado RA-1 (Battery); PS500, RS1i.

 

 

 

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Nice listening station  :smile:

 

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Originally Posted by Claritas View Post

225e compared with 225i

Hope you like it! Or just read the tl;wr. biggrin.gif

Nice review....thanks.

post #17078 of 19613
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Originally Posted by deniall View Post
 

RS1i/e or Alessandro MS Pro for rock and metal? Which one is brighter?

RS1e will sound more forward, more full bodied, narrower soundstage compare to MS Pro (e-version)

post #17079 of 19613

A  little sunday morning ZZ Top for breakfast....before the British Open

 

 

 

 

A small Joe B.

 

 

A new Joe B. song off new album, due out in Sept.


Edited by whirlwind - 7/20/14 at 4:14am
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Hey Montreal people! Good Morning, would love to have a small pub-night where we could all meet up and chat about audio around a pitcher and wings! smily_headphones1.gif.

Sunday morning with a little bit of Junip (Fields album) biggrin.gif
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RS1e will sound more forward, more full bodied, narrower soundstage compare to MS Pro (e-version)

Did they change the drivers to 50mm on the MS-Pro(e), or did those keep them at 40mm?
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since the air is so hot and humid here

 

 

 

 

the dvd is HIGHLY recommended !!


Edited by jaywillin - 7/20/14 at 6:00am
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Here's some recommended TV viewing:

 

Live From Daryl's House:

 

 

Spectacle: Elvis Costello with...

 

Later... with Jools Holland

 

The Midnight Special

post #17084 of 19613

That's a good idea LovingMaxSound, but I don't know if they're are many Head-Fi members in Montréal though.

 

My health isn't very good, so I tend to stay close to headquarters most of the time, but let me know where and when, just in case things improve.

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Originally Posted by stacker45 View Post

That's a good idea LovingMaxSound, but I don't know if they're are many Head-Fi members in Montréal though.

My health isn't very good, so I tend to stay close to headquarters most of the time, but let me know where and when, just in case things improve.

There are a few in Montreal (maybe 5 that I have seen on Head-Fi), that should be enough for a decent get-together smily_headphones1.gif
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