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post #9526 of 18011
Is 550usd a decent price for the TH600 brand new?
post #9527 of 18011

Any links or recommended vendors for said cables?

post #9528 of 18011
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Is 550usd a decent price for the TH600 brand new?

I think you know it is as people answered you in the TH600 thread. So where are they on sale for that price?

post #9529 of 18011
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Any links or recommended vendors for said cables?

Try the build your own option on BTG audio - comes to about $40 for the standard unsleeved version, $45 sleeved, $50 silver plated sleeved etc.:

 

http://btg-audio.com/webstore.htm#ecwid:category=3351504&mode=product&product=14641214

 

You want 6.3mm or 3.5mm female to banana.

post #9530 of 18011
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I think you know it is as people answered you in the TH600 thread. So where are they on sale for that price?

Thanks. Just wanted to check from non-TH600 fans to be sure. Only one available and its not a shop

post #9531 of 18011
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Thanks. Just wanted to check from non-TH600 fans to be sure. Only one available and its not a shop

+1. I do the same thing because fans of certain brands or models can't be objective sometime.
post #9532 of 18011
I live in south florida 😃 there is no where to listen to anything much better than Bose I lean on these pages for what ibuy
post #9533 of 18011
I'm looking for some advice. I bought the Mad Dogs 3.2 earlier this year because I wanted a closed can. Now that I have the TH600 coming in the mail, should I let the mad dogs go? Is it silly to keep both knowing that they are both pretty versatile with most music
post #9534 of 18011

Got mine in today!

 

This thing is so nice. I is happy. 

post #9535 of 18011
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I'm looking for some advice. I bought the Mad Dogs 3.2 earlier this year because I wanted a closed can. Now that I have the TH600 coming in the mail, should I let the mad dogs go? Is it silly to keep both knowing that they are both pretty versatile with most music

Wait an compare first.  What if you don't like the TH600?  :)

post #9536 of 18011
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Got mine in today!

 

This thing is so nice. I is happy. 

Gratz!  Give it a few days and let us know your impression by then.

post #9537 of 18011
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Got mine in today!

This thing is so nice. I is happy. 

Congrats man, Enjoy!!!!!
post #9538 of 18011
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Gratz!  Give it a few days and let us know your impression by then.

I will thanks. BTW I got mine through Razordog Audio - Bryan is a great guy if anyone is looking to buy more Hifiman stuff!

post #9539 of 18011

So I finally got my HE-500 with the Schiit Bifrost and the Soloist SL hooked up. Listening right now. The seller of the Bifrost forgot to add a USB-cable so I just pulled up a old USB cable and now there's this jitter all the time. Is that the USB cable? If so could anyone recommend me a good cable?

post #9540 of 18011
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So I finally got my HE-500 with the Schiit Bifrost and the Soloist SL hooked up. Listening right now. The seller of the Bifrost forgot to add a USB-cable so I just pulled up a old USB cable and now there's this jitter all the time. Is that the USB cable? If so could anyone recommend me a good cable?

http://www.jenving.com/products/view/usb-2.0-a-b-blue-0.7m-1001907565

 

Check the style of USB termination though for your hardware. Not sure your USB is responsible for jitter.


Edited by Lohb - 11/27/13 at 5:41pm
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