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My girlfriend just sent me this article after I got her a pair of SR-125i's, she is really starting to get into the whole "re-discovering" music stage, and it is awesome :D

 

Also note: I bought them brand new, and upon opening the box, they came with the L-cush instead of the flats!!! :D

 

http://www.electriccity.be/Images/The%20Death%20of%20High%20Fidelity%20_%20Rolling%20Stone.pdf


Edited by Loving[MAX]Sound - Today at 8:28 am
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Originally Posted by Loving[MAX]Sound View Post
 

My girlfriend just sent me this article after I got her a pair of SR-125i's, she is really starting to get into the whole "re-discovering" music stage, and it is awesome :D

 

Also note: I bought them brand new, and upon opening the box, they came with the L-cush instead of the flats!!! :D

 

http://www.electriccity.be/Images/The%20Death%20of%20High%20Fidelity%20_%20Rolling%20Stone.pdf

 

that was one of the few articles i haven't read yet on the loudness war, and a good one at that.  thanks!

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Originally Posted by Loving[MAX]Sound View Post
 

My girlfriend just sent me this article after I got her a pair of SR-125i's, she is really starting to get into the whole "re-discovering" music stage, and it is awesome :D

 

Also note: I bought them brand new, and upon opening the box, they came with the L-cush instead of the flats!!! :D

 

http://www.electriccity.be/Images/The%20Death%20of%20High%20Fidelity%20_%20Rolling%20Stone.pdf

 

Nice that your girlfriend is rediscovering her music.

 

I am such a believer than you live your life with your music....I mean it is something that you carry with you your whole life.

 

I wish my wife would.

 

The most I can get out of her is, when i get a new set of cans ...I ask her to listen and tell me how she like them.

 

Usually I get her to listen for two minutes....then she takes them off and says ....sounds pretty good......then thats the last she will use them.

 

She did listen to the HD800 for about one minute longer...took them off ...said, those are really nice.......last she has used them   :p 

 

 

I agree....that is a very good article..


Edited by whirlwind - Today at 1:47 pm
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Even though I absolutely love my HP1000, I still prefer my the sound of my PS1000. I might be the only one who does, just like I prefer the Bushmills X, to the RS1i. I pride myself of telling it, like I see it, even if I ruffle a few feathers in the process.

 

And just in case some people didn't know what LC meant  HP1, it's just that the 1000 pairs of HP1000 were divided in three submodels if you will, the HP1, wich have a polarity switch in the middle of the cup, the HP2 wich are the most frequently seen, are basically HP1 minus the polarity switch, and the HP3 of wich there are very few, and had drivers that didn't measure, or perform as well as the HP1 and HP2 

 

Then it gets a little confusing, as if it wasn't already. Because the HP1000 used two different cables, now, if LC or any one else knows different, don't hesitate to step in. The HP1 and HP2 could be had with the regular generic Grado cable, or the ''Joseph Grado Signature Ultra Wide Bandwith Reference Cable'', while the HP3 could only be had with the generic cable.

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