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Great minds think alike. biggrin.gif


They sure like their cans.

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Originally Posted by mbd2884 View Post

You can be an audiophile with a pair of Beats or Skullcandy.

 

 

 

LOL.

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LOL.

WHO SAID THIS BLASPHEMY!?

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When your entire Amazon wishlist is made up of far too expensive headphones that you will probably never actually buy.
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Originally Posted by weirddub View Post

When your entire Amazon wishlist is made up of far too expensive headphones that you will probably never actually buy.

Amazon Wish List:
1. Sennheiser Orpheus
2. STAX 009
3. An amp for EACH of them.
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You can be an audiophile with a pair of Beats or Skullcandy.

 

 

 

LOL.

And what exactly is wrong with this statement? 

 

Beats, not so much, but the Aviators and the Mix Master Mike from SC are actually REALLY good headphones. 

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And what exactly is wrong with this statement? 

 

Beats, not so much, but the Aviators and the Mix Master Mike from SC are actually REALLY good headphones. 


mostly looked as a fashion statement, DJ use.

 

i see the SC Aviators and MMM like the B&W P5. portable mid-fi use with nice looks and good sound.

the aviators would look decent in a Portable setup.

the MMM of course, for DJ use.

 

but i wouldnt put either in a home setup...

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Originally Posted by takato14 View Post

And what exactly is wrong with this statement? 

 

Beats, not so much, but the Aviators and the Mix Master Mike from SC are actually REALLY good headphones. 


mostly looked as a fashion statement, DJ use.

 

i see the SC Aviators and MMM like the B&W P5. portable mid-fi use with nice looks and good sound.

the aviators would look decent in a Portable setup.

the MMM of course, for DJ use.

 

but i wouldnt put either in a home setup...

The P5 is ugly, just like all of B&W's offerings.

 

But that's beside the point. Regardless of what they're seen as or meant to be used as, the aviators and MMM are good headphones. When did being a home headphone come into play? Your statement is a complete non-sequitur.

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Originally Posted by weirddub View Post

When your entire Amazon wishlist is made up of far too expensive headphones that you will probably never actually buy.

Amazon Wish List:
1. Sennheiser Orpheus
2. STAX 009
3. An amp for EACH of them.

The orpheus comes with an amp >_>

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The orpheus comes with an amp >_>

Supposed to, but there are other ways to drive it...

 

Also, tried the 009 with RSA A-10 and WOOOHEE that is a smexy combo.

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When you look at your MPG readout on your car, see the AVG led, and think it says AKG

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when these are what you'd expect your favourite speakers to be



yeah, i know this a headphone forum, and yeah these things are overpriced, but their promise of concert-like reproduction has me enraptured

they're jamo r909, and as fair as i know, you can build copies pretty cheaply

still want
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You forget to go to work because you are listening to 'in agadda da vidda' and lose all sense of self...

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When you rip old-school music so when you let someone else listen to your rig they can notice the difference.

 

I did this and ended up liking all of what I've ripped even if I'm a 90's kid.

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You act like this when people mess with your equipment.

 

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