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post #16 of 21

Did you consider any other type of wood? I understand the use of plywood from a stability and machining standpoint, but just don't care for the birch/pine/glue, and how porous the soft wood is.

 

Thanks for the inspiration, as I started down this path once with some exotic afzalia burl, but might start again with some walnut (easier to machine), or continue to work this.

 

afzalia1.jpg

 

 

 

post #17 of 21

Wonderful job, Wiktor,

I will try to collect more HE60 because of this

How's about your experience of the superBaby orpheus comparing to your

number "2 " SR009

post #18 of 21

Nice work, Wiktor !!!

post #19 of 21
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Could this work? :D

 

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Or maybe:

Orpheus.jpg

 

Small?

Orpheus.jpg

 

Hey!  I remember that picture!  I should because those are my / were my headphones/amps and my old meitner at the San Jose Meet in like 2007!  Sweet.  

 

Neil

post #20 of 21

Here is something of a similar nature, adapter plates to fit the HE90 so it can use any Stax Lambda drivers.  

 

 

Prelimary tests are very promising (as I've always hated the HE90) but I'm still waiting on some more Lambda drivers to try out.  The LNS should be awesome here... 

post #21 of 21
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Here is something of a similar nature, adapter plates to fit the HE90 so it can use any Stax Lambda drivers.  



Prelimary tests are very promising (as I've always hated the HE90) but I'm still waiting on some more Lambda drivers to try out.  The LNS should be awesome here... 

Looking forward to seeing them. smily_headphones1.gif
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