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post #961 of 1257

It's hard to let go of favorites. I've got a guy offering me crazy money for my Sansui 9090db. I'm completely in love with the Sansui but I have to admit that he has my attention. 

post #962 of 1257

Amen to that, haha. I've got a friend with a 7070db kicking around that he'd part with if your friend wants to make an offer. He's always been more of a JBL guy.

post #963 of 1257
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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post

It's hard to let go of favorites. I've got a guy offering me crazy money for my Sansui 9090db. I'm completely in love with the Sansui but I have to admit that he has my attention. 
Sell it and start a SX 1980 savings account...
post #964 of 1257

^^ Don't need one. You'll understand once you get my bill for the package I sent you. tongue.gif

post #965 of 1257

Should someone leave their M3 parked in my driveway with the Pink slip, I'll call them a cab for the G-22K. wink.gif

post #966 of 1257

Funny you should mention that - wanting to get this guy played a major role in my decision to sell my XR-16's

post #967 of 1257
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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post

 


 

By the way Skylab - did you sell all your Darth Beyers?  I have a pair on the way..............going to try to revive that niche! 

 

Sorry to go of topic

 

Oregon, I still own mine and i have to say i will never sell my deep cup and custom made snakewood and ebony darths.

 

i love them and think they sound better out of my realistic and luxman vintage receivers than from any other amp ive tried.

 

i like them better than my he500s with some music and just as much as others.

 

when you take into account i also own the pioneer se-a1000s i could live without my he500s pretty easily.  They will be the first thing i sell if i need cash to finance my new vintage obsession.

 

oh and Larry is one hell of a great guy!

 

back to the normally scheduled program wink.gif


Edited by bce22 - 8/2/13 at 4:00pm
post #968 of 1257
I did sell all my Darths, but sometimes I wish I had kept the deep cup Cocobolo ones cool.gif
post #969 of 1257
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Originally Posted by Skylab View Post

I did sell all my Darths, but sometimes I wish I had kept the deep cup Cocobolo ones cool.gif

 

Oh I remember those!

 

Truly they were one of the most beautiful headphones ever made!  Cocobolo FTW!

post #970 of 1257
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I did sell all my Darths, but sometimes I wish I had kept the deep cup Cocobolo ones cool.gif

I've read the pics thread and saw your collection. Amazing. And the Cocobolo's........tasty.
post #971 of 1257

New covers and stands for the Mach Ones, and a new Speedlite for my camera smily_headphones1.gif

 

 

post #972 of 1257
Man those look GREAT! Nice.
post #973 of 1257

Cali,

 

I have Mach Ones. What stands are those?

post #974 of 1257

These appear to be the same stands. I bought them on eBay. They were hand-made by the seller in his metal shop, filled with sand and powder coated. The craftsmanship is excellent, well worth the price smily_headphones1.gif

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Metal-Speaker-Stands-11-0-D-X-14-0-W-X10-75-H-Vintage-Audio-Home-Theater-Sys-DJ-/261257432610?pt=US_Speaker_Mounts_Stands&hash=item3cd4280e22

 

Edit: I have confirmed, these are indeed the same stands. Well worth the price.


Edited by calipilot227 - 8/2/13 at 10:21pm
post #975 of 1257

Just brought this guy home today. I sold my Mac's to get this, but it has a HK sound system. So that counts as speaker stuff, right?

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