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TY twister6!.....

yes, thank you twister6!! appreciate your research.  since i love sub bass

I'm still excited about the upgrade cable improving my IM50s....we shall see.

its nice to have a choice!...

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yes, thank you twister6!! appreciate your research.  since i love sub bass

I'm still excited about the upgrade cable improving my IM50s....we shall see.

its nice to have a choice!...


In case if you missed it, the full review was posted here: http://www.head-fi.org/t/705687/review-of-audio-technica-ath-im01-ath-im02-ath-im03-ath-im04-ath-im50-ath-im70/795#post_10734593

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The color of Louis Lake is a jade green color. Sometime in your life you must visit this magical of places. Breathtaking don't quite describe this place. Loved this place, was a bit far for a road trip but was worth it for me.

 

I think the most unnerving aspect of being on the road is the wild animals that seem to gravitate toward the road for some reason. Almost hit, Deer, Elk, ground hog, fox, rabbit, cows and most certainly killed rabbits, a few ground hogs and thousands upon thousands of insects just to make it to this place and back. Glad to be home.

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The color of Louis Lake is a jade green color. Sometime in your life you must visit this magical of places. Breathtaking don't quite describe this place. Loved this place, was a bit far for a road trip but was worth it for me.

 

I think the most unnerving aspect of being on the road is the wild animals that seem to gravitate toward the road for some reason. Almost hit, Deer, Elk, ground hog, fox, rabbit, cows and most certainly killed rabbits, a few ground hogs and thousands upon thousands of insects just to make it to this place and back. Glad to be home.

 

 

That place looks very majestic!!! Which state is that? Nice photo!!! Surreal.

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Well I didnt have time to load my own photos as I just got home about 5 hours ago, this is a pic off the net and this photo is not a touch up it literally looks just like this in Banff Canada..An hour alway from Calgary. We spent the night at this park and this particular lake is Lake Louis. There is a giant hotel overlooking this lake but why would you not want to sleep under the stars around this part of the Rocky Mountains. I have never seen a more picturesque scene.


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Well I didnt have time to load my own photos as I just got home about 5 hours ago, this is a pic off the net and this photo is not a touch up it literally looks just like this in Banff Canada..An hour alway from Calgary. We spent the night at this park and this particular lake is Lake Louis. There is a giant hotel overlooking this lake but why would you not want to sleep under the stars around this part of the Rocky Mountains. I have never seen a more picturesque scene.

 

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The color of Louis Lake is a jade green color. Sometime in your life you must visit this magical of places. Breathtaking don't quite describe this place. Loved this place, was a bit far for a road trip but was worth it for me.

 

Awesome dude! I'm glad you had a chance to witness that incredible beauty!

 

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I think the most unnerving aspect of being on the road is the wild animals that seem to gravitate toward the road for some reason. Almost hit, Deer, Elk, ground hog, fox, rabbit, cows and most certainly killed rabbits, a few ground hogs and thousands upon thousands of insects just to make it to this place and back. Glad to be home.

 

Lol unnerving yes! A few summers ago on one of the Gulf Islands when racing down a very steep road on my bike at around 35mph, a deer ran out onto the road. It saw me bearing down on it at the very last second and did a four-hoof skid and stopped as I whipped by mere few inches away. I ride down those hills much more slowly now!

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You were in my backyard DS, I live in Calgary.

Rabbits and gophers (ground hog to you) get run over quite regularly here. Deer and such are not fun to hit though so glad nothing bad happened on your trip.

Lake Louise sure is a beautiful location, glad you were able to take it in.
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We was driving last night and the highways through Wyoming is barren as it gets. The eerie blackness of night and just your headlights. If it wasn't for our high beams I would have missed the two eyes that was looking at us on the middle of the road. Was a fox I had to swerve in order to not hit the damn thing.  Evidently people are killed all the time by road kill. I don't know if you guys see them crosses on the side of US highways but that indicates someone died on the road and I bet it was trying to avoid or by striking a larger animal.

 

Your flying down the highway going 75mph especially at night you have a split second to react. Something smaller like a fox can damage your car to the point where your stuck in the middle of nowhere, or worse yet make you crash your vehicle..  The best thing to do in this situation is trail a big truck.. I can't count the amount of road kill I saw on the road.  By tailgating a big rig they make so much noise that it usually scares the animals from getting on the road or even worse if there is a bigger animal it wont phase a big truck.. We was in a mid sized van and I still didn't feel our family was protected from road kill. Lol. So I learned a lot on this trip. How to survive on a long road trip..

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You were in my backyard DS, I live in Calgary.

Rabbits and gophers (ground hog to you) get run over quite regularly here. Deer and such are not fun to hit though so glad nothing bad happened on your trip.

Lake Louise sure is a beautiful location, glad you were able to take it in.


I live in Colorado and we have comparable locations here as well but was nice to see a different part of the Rockies. Them mountains in Banff are amazing.

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congratulations DS on an epic journey.  I'm sure it was good for your soul ears and brain!

now you can really hear the sounds of silence again!

 

good for you taking good care of yourself and family!

 

cheers!

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After a long break, finally put the ASG-.2 (with BTG silver/copper cables) back in my ears. Still fits right up there with the best that I've heard. With this, the CKR9, FX850, and V6 I am in audio bliss with IEMs. Hope VI still clearly wins in headphones, but that ThinkSound on-ear and Mikros are right behind it! Wonderful time to be in this hobby! By the way, the Cardas Ear Mirror sounds wonderful with the FXD80 tips.

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Nice update eric! I'm surprised (but not really) to see that you are still appreciating the mikros - cool. I have been really enjoying my good 'ol cks1k's lately. Such a big, bold, layered sound all around. I know it's "colored", but i guess I like that. Anyway, I gotta try me the likes of the ckr9's or fx850's one of these days to hear where it's really at!
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Fidelio X2 in the office ;)

 

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Wow... Just. Wow.
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