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O.K. I mean, we all know that I'm hooked. I am bound not to stop here. Curiosity will drive me to order the SR325e as well, and then, and then...
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Originally Posted by Amictus View Post

O.K. I mean, we all know that I'm hooked. I am bound not to stop here. Curiosity will drive me to order the SR325e as well, and then, and then...

the 325e calls "buy me, buy me, you won't regret it" lol

it's super

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Originally Posted by jaywillin View Post
 

the 325e calls "buy me, buy me, you won't regret it" lol

it's super

Hay Jay! I listened very briefly to the EL-8 a couple of weeks ago, comparing to the LCD-2 and HE560 and a prototype of the forthcoming Dharma. I quite liked the HE560 and Dharma from my listening.

 

When you've had them for enough time to give your impressions, I'd be very curious to your thoughts.

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Originally Posted by markm1 View Post
 

Hay Jay! I listened very briefly to the EL-8 a couple of weeks ago, comparing to the LCD-2 and HE560 and a prototype of the forthcoming Dharma. I quite liked the HE560 and Dharma from my listening.

 

When you've had them for enough time to give your impressions, I'd be very curious to your thoughts.

well, for now, i can definitely say the el-8 needs some burn in, folks are reporting up to 200hrs. and right now, i'm just a bit over 100.

and it really has improved. 

initially the upper midrange,and treble was a little problematic , it seemed something was in the background , recessed,

and the treble a little ragged.

i have to admit, my expectations were high going in, so when i first put them on, i was a little disappointed, and thought there was no way they were going to sound good to me. and now, they sound pretty good, and may have some more improvement to come.

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Originally Posted by jaywillin View Post
 

well, for now, i can definitely say the el-8 needs some burn in, folks are reporting up to 200hrs. and right now, i'm just a bit over 100.

and it really has improved. 

initially the upper midrange,and treble was a little problematic , it seemed something was in the background , recessed,

and the treble a little ragged.

i have to admit, my expectations were high going in, so when i first put them on, i was a little disappointed, and thought there was no way they were going to sound good to me. and now, they sound pretty good, and may have some more improvement to come.

Thanks Jay for getting back to me so quickly.

 

My initial impressions didn't wow me in the same way as the LCD-2 and X did. The 560 was the real surprise for me. I had heard it last July but this time  it really impressed. Funny how impressions change from one listening session to another. I think the Dharma may be a winner also. Big thumbs up. I need to hear it again in final version.
 
But, the EL-8 sounded brighter to me-but it was a really quick listen and lacked that full, lush LCD sound.
 
Recently went to a retail audio shop and was able to listen to the LCD-2 and X for a more extended period of time in addition to either the Grado GS or PS 1000. I don't remember which, but they were nice. I remember the price was about the same as the LCD X.
 
I never listened much to the X figuring why bother since I don't see paying much over 1K. But, I gotta say the X was appreciably better than the LCD-2 which I've always liked at meets. I was like, DANG DUDE -this is pretty nice :wink_face:
 
But I don't see paying close to 2K.......
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Originally Posted by markm1 View Post
 

Thanks Jay for getting back to me so quickly.

 

My initial impressions didn't wow me in the same way as the LCD-2 and X did. The 560 was the real surprise for me. I had heard it last July but this time  it really impressed. Funny how impressions change from one listening session to another. I think the Dharma may be a winner also. Big thumbs up. I need to hear it again in final version.
 
But, the EL-8 sounded brighter to me-but it was a really quick listen and lacked that full, lush LCD sound.
 
Recently went to a retail audio shop and was able to listen to the LCD-2 and X for a more extended period of time in addition to either the Grado GS or PS 1000. I don't remember which, but they were nice. I remember the price was about the same as the LCD X.
 
I never listened much to the X figuring why bother since I don't see paying much over 1K. But, I gotta say the X was appreciably better than the LCD-2 which I've always liked at meets. I was like, DANG DUDE -this is pretty nice :wink_face:
 
But I don't see paying close to 2K.......

lcd x's are showing up used <$1300

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Originally Posted by jaywillin View Post
 

lcd x's are showing up used <$1300


might be a call.

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I know this is a longshot, but if any of you are thinking of selling your 325E, shoot me a message!

Time to free up the funds so the RS1i, and newly acquired 325 chrome need to go!
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 There seem to be some old PS500 available at the moment.

 Where are these on sale?

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 OK. I ordered the PS500

What's your opinion please? 

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Originally Posted by argustimewas View Post
 

 Where are these on sale?

What's your opinion please? 

Well, it hasn't arrived yet! The PS500 was cheaper than the PS500e on amazon.co.uk (£541), but has now soared to £747. The prices are keen on amazon.fr, however. The PS500 is 691€ there, just cheaper than the PS500e at 699€. Keep checking. Amazon prices rocket up and down and the 'local' sites are always worth checking daily if you are not living in the USA - if you are, everything is cheap anyway!

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What's considered a steal for an original SR225? No i/e series, old fashioned thing. New pads.

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Originally Posted by dorino View Post
 

What's considered a steal for an original SR225? No i/e series, old fashioned thing. New pads.

 

How is the condition? I would consider something a steal if i can get them in a good-to-excellent condition, the newer the item, the more close to a New Open Box I want them to be. And only then I'm considering the price being ask... so a N.O.S RS1 that Stacker got, I consider that a federal crime. haha.

 

But price-wise, I think depending on the age (and if you don't look at it from condition POV), anything 40-50% less than MSRP I'd consider a steal...

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i purchase sr60e...im curious to the driver because its not in red one...it is normal?...tia

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