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The Fischer Audio DBA-02 is still..  about..  4 times higher than what I'm comfortable to pay.

 


You feel they're not worth more? Not that it bothers me though. biggrin.gif


Edited by TheOtus - 11/1/11 at 9:25pm
post #17 of 259
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Updated the list by fixing the Fischer Audio listing, changing the Sensaphonics listing (the 3D Active Ambient falls under the equipment-combo ban), changing factory pricing on a few of the listings, and some other tweaks. Thanks for the input, everyone!

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You feel they're not worth more? Not that it bothers me though. biggrin.gif



I think the problem was that I had originally listed the DBA-02 about $400 more expensive than it really is, messing up the entire Fischer Audio listing. I've since replaced the DBA-02 with the FA-002. Also, I like your music preferences.

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Added the Phillips SLH5800 at $99.99

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Added the Phillips SLH5800 at $99.99


 

SHE9900 are more expensive

post #21 of 259

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I think the problem was that I had originally listed the DBA-02 about $400 more expensive than it really is, messing up the entire Fischer Audio listing. I've since replaced the DBA-02 with the FA-002. Also, I like your music preferences.


If that compliment was really aimed at me, my most sincere thanks for that. = )

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If that compliment was really aimed at me, my most sincere thanks for that. = )



I'm a big ska and punk fan (not very fitting of high-end audio some of the time if you know what I mean). My most recent new album is the new one by Big D and The Kids Table.

post #23 of 259
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SHE9900 are more expensive



Oops, I didn't catch that because they don't sell the SHE9900 officially in the US. You can find it for $200 at some suppliers, though, so I'll include it listed at that price.

post #24 of 259
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The Philips listing has been modified so as to show the SHE9900 as the top product, which I hadn't caught before because it's not an official US-market product and I was on their US site.

post #25 of 259

The flagship for skullcandy should be the Mix Master Mike or what ever it was called, I can't find a place that sells them though. Also, DUNU will be releasing a 4 driver custom soon. 

post #26 of 259
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The flagship for skullcandy should be the Mix Master Mike or what ever it was called, I can't find a place that sells them though. Also, DUNU will be releasing a 4 driver custom soon. 



The Mix Master will be added to the next adjusted listing, and I'll add the DUNU as soon as they release official pricing. I saw the photos today over in the portable forums.

post #27 of 259
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Updated the Skullcandy listing to include the Beastie Boys-inspired "The Mix Master", which is probably a really crappy headphone that Mike himself had nothing to do with the development of. I also adjusted pricing on a few IEMs, and will be adding DUNU's new top-end unit as soon as pricing is released.

post #28 of 259
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Updated the Skullcandy listing to include the Beastie Boys-inspired "The Mix Master", which is probably a really crappy headphone that Mike himself had nothing to do with the development of. I also adjusted pricing on a few IEMs, and will be adding DUNU's new top-end unit as soon as pricing is released.



I doubt the Mixmaster is a crappy headphone since Skullcandy is actually trying improve the sound quality of their products and after hearing the Aviator I believe it was a success, Jude also had somethings to say about Skullcandy. 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/535380/ces-days-2-and-3-skullcandy-thats-right-skullcandy

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I'm a big ska and punk fan (not very fitting of high-end audio some of the time if you know what I mean). My most recent new album is the new one by Big D and The Kids Table.


Well, I listen to music, with high quality equipment. =D Technically good album is pleasing to listen, but it's all about the spirit for me in the end.

post #30 of 259
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I doubt the Mixmaster is a crappy headphone since Skullcandy is actually trying improve the sound quality of their products and after hearing the Aviator I believe it was a success, Jude also had somethings to say about Skullcandy. 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/535380/ces-days-2-and-3-skullcandy-thats-right-skullcandy



I have also tried the Aviator and was very impressed by the sound quality, but of course the brand still attempts to appeal to the mass set and only a few Aviators of Mix Masters (which are priced pretty high for most teens) have sold. If they marketed the Aviator as a high-end can and gave the Mix Master any press at all, they could hit the right vein with Head-Fi'ers and DJs.

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