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post #7396 of 25034
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Originally Posted by pallentx View Post

Absolutely! The ride to and from work was/is the highlight of my day. A little less now that I live less than a mile from the office - I barely get warmed up now. I used to have a 20mi round trip.

 

Well, I guess you could always take up jogging biggrin.gif

post #7397 of 25034
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Originally Posted by Focker View Post

 

Well, I guess you could always take up jogging biggrin.gif

HA! Yes, I have always hated running though. I can ride all day, but running for 15minutes is not fun for me.

post #7398 of 25034

Hey guys, the rod came out of the left side earcup of my SR60i last night.

 

any suggestions on the best way to fix it.

 

I was thinking about a dab of super glue, but will wait for any other suggestions.


Edited by whirlwind - 5/22/13 at 2:29pm
post #7399 of 25034
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Originally Posted by whirlwind View Post

Hey guys, the rod came out of the left side earcup of my SR60i last night.

any suggestions on the best way to fix it.

I was thinking about a dab of super glue, but will wait for any other suggestions.

that'll work, also email grado if your under warranty and they will send out a replacement.
post #7400 of 25034
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Originally Posted by kvtaco17 View Post


that'll work, also email grado if your under warranty and they will send out a replacement.

 

Yep, Grado's customer service is top notch. 

post #7401 of 25034
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Originally Posted by pallentx View Post

HA! Yes, I have always hated running though. I can ride all day, but running for 15minutes is not fun for me.

 

lol, you and me both, brother

post #7402 of 25034
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Originally Posted by whirlwind View Post

Hey guys, the rod came out of the left side earcup of my SR60i last night.

 

any suggestions on the best way to fix it.

 

I was thinking about a dab of super glue, but will wait for any other suggestions.


I've used super glue before on my girlfriend's 60s. It worked fine and is likely a lot easier than dealing with Grado.

post #7403 of 25034
Grado's service is the best. Email them that you broke a gimbal and they send you a new one, free!
post #7404 of 25034

hi

 

i bought some rs2i a month ago or so as a upgrade to my sr60

and im really happy about it

i bought a  new bass recently and did some testing between my hd650 and rs2i and wow

the rs2i made my preamp sound like there was some tube involve

did some try with my old sr60 today and there was the old rattle thing going on :(

only on higher volume tho

i use to have long hair and that would happend now n then

i think that some of my old hair are still in there...

(how easy is it to open them up ? seems like its glued together..)

 

if anyone can have a word about mad dog modded fostex from a grado perspective i would like that

i was looking for some closed headphone and ended up with the conclusion that i just wasnt gonna find something that i like

open sound better and iem are more convenient

closed are... worst of both world ? hopefully not

post #7405 of 25034
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Originally Posted by Focker View Post

 

I have a handful of phones at a variety of different price points, and one of the great things about this hobby is that you can find something to truly enjoy at ANY entry point. I feel very fortunate to have a couple of flagship-type phones in the Grado GS1ks and the Beyer T1s, but if I couldn't swing that I could very happily live with something like my Beyer 1350s ($199 currently) or even my Grado SR80s ($99). I dont' even REALLY need an amp or DAC with either phone, so for very little money I could have very satisfying fidelity for years to come. In fact, part of the reason why I have a little disposable cash is because I'm single. I would gladly trade my toys in to have had a marriage that was still going strong as opposed to being divorced, in all honesty. But for now I have my dogs and my music (and podcasts...love my podcasts!) to serve as the woman in my life haha. 

 

Welcome to the club, i too am divorced, the only difference is that, you have your dogs, and i have my cats.wink.gif


Edited by stacker45 - 5/22/13 at 8:33pm
post #7406 of 25034
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Originally Posted by markm1 View Post

It's all good...I got your original intent. You're right. I'm looking at Sonos and have been researching DACS. Someone on this sight gave me some advice on upgrading the DAC. This dude dropped something like 7K on a DAC....to stream music!!!  So, $350 for a Sonos sreaming product to connect to your stereo. And, then 7 grand on a DAC.......I couldn't even fathom that.

I'd probably go for the 7k option against sonos if i could afford it lol

I think sonos esp the wireless variety doesnt have hi-fi quality and peaks at 44000-48000 (might be outdated knowledge)
Edited by Orakurumi - 5/22/13 at 7:48pm
post #7407 of 25034
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Originally Posted by stacker45 View Post

 

Welcome to the club, i too am divorced, the only difference is that, you have your dogs, and i my have cats.wink.gif

 

I am in the club, as well... in addition to my cat, I have a new appreciation for headphones, as opposed to a fully stocked man cave with actual speakers L3000.gif

 

Divorce Fi'ers Unite!

post #7408 of 25034
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Originally Posted by Krutsch View Post

I am in the club, as well... in addition to my cat, I have a new appreciation for headphones, as opposed to a fully stocked man cave with actual speakers L3000.gif


Divorce Fi'ers Unite!

getting married Saturday... I'll join you guys in a year LMAO
post #7409 of 25034
Stupid mobile double posties...
post #7410 of 25034
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Originally Posted by kvtaco17 View Post


getting married Saturday... I'll join you guys in a year LMAO

 

Congratulation, i think confused_face.gif

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