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lollery..anti levitation headphone stand 

 

leaves your stuff absolutely grounded

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When the K801 does eventually come out
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And a few years after that
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They might still have actual engineers in their microphone division.  Not that it does us any good over here...

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lol. i wish AKG was my house decorator cause they can make my house look FABUUUUUULOUS
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lol. i wish AKG was my house decorator cause they can make my house look FABUUUUUULOUS


XDD... hell no

 

it'll be as rarity would say "absolutely clashing!"

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XDD... hell no

it'll be as rarity would say "absolutely clashing!"

it's absolutely dashing my dear. get it right if you want to do the fashion talk tongue.gif
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I think this thread may find itself locked or deleted, one day.

 

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Lollery aside, in a cable thread we discussed that a large pile of bricks have been commonly used at DJ events (with very loud hard-hitting music) underneath a vinyl deck, to supress unwanted vibration.

 

Levitation with opposing magnets just looks a lot cooler I guess (and more expensive).

 

I find it interesting though, a large pile of bricks and advanced nice looking technology, fulfilling the same effect.

 

I guess the same parallells can be drawn to a lesser extent in many fields of audio, like cheap DIY enclosures versus Italian lamb-skin and African blackwood, etc...

 

I think most of us understand that exotic or rare materials have no special effect on audio, some of us just want to believe it does, perhaps it's something innate in human desire, some kind of self-fulfillment, I don't know.

 


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I think this thread may find itself locked or deleted, one day.


And if it does it will be be proof that we were right all along...
 

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Lollery aside, in a cable thread we discussed that a large pile of bricks have been commonly used at DJ events (with very loud hard-hitting music) underneath a vinyl deck, to supress unwanted vibration.

 

Levitation with opposing magnets just looks a lot cooler I guess (and more expensive).

 

I find it interesting though, a large pile of bricks and advanced nice looking technology, fulfilling the same effect.



Well the fancy levitating magnets are probably quite a bit more portable than a few hundred pounds of bricks so they have some advantages.  LCD monitors seem to have taken off for the same reason even though they don't move any more often than most people's turntables.

 

Also...

 

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Ha ha!  Good work there Sidel.

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This is the start of something beautiful biggrin.gif

 

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Oh my, here we go...  Make sure to keep it somewhat kosher people.biggrin.gif

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This is the start of something beautiful biggrin.gif

 

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This guy just can't keep his nose out of anything.  Lol.

 

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