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Stax SR-007 (Omega II) vs Stax SR-009 on BHSE ... So how do they compare??

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Both are excellent systems but which one has the edge on details, imaging, speed , tone? In other words which is the most neutral, natural and capable headphone when driven by a BHSE?


Edited by gomincha - 11/17/11 at 9:43pm
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You'll probably have to wait a few weeks/months until more people get the SR009 and their BHSEs/T2s completed.  There will be impressions in due time. :)

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You'll probably have to wait a few weeks/months until more people get the SR009 and their BHSEs/T2s completed.  There will be impressions in due time. :)



Yes I know n3rdling! I thought it would be nice to have a thread with all those impressions together! o2smile.gif

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Subscribed.

 


Edited by CEE TEE - 6/25/11 at 1:29am
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I think that now is time for some impressions....anyone?

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in my experience with these two cans on this amp, my preference for each of your categories is: 

 

details:  009

imagine:  009

speed:  009

tone:  009

 

 

of course, "which is the more capable headphone" is not only highly subjective, but also can be interpreted in multiple ways


Edited by El_Doug - 11/17/11 at 9:48pm
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Both are excellent systems but which one has the edge on details, imaging, speed , tone? In other words which is the most neutral, natural and capable headphone when driven by a BHSE?



I thought that I would just give this thread another shot! Anyone?

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