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I don't believe in keeping things in the house that are off-limits. Audio/home theater equipment is part of the home and for the entertainment/use of anyone in the family. As long as it is handled properly, there are no restrictions for its use.
The cars, on the other hand, are a different story...wink.gif

Same way my father treated me. The home theatre is in my setup. It isn't audiophile as much as consumer..but still there :) I mainly got to where I am by tinkering with things..not tinkering as I didn't want to break it(though my dad said it was "ok) but because I was astounded with how they worked :) You are doing a great thing!!! IT was truly an experience that was awesome! My childhood was thus filled with technology, however the downside was social isolationism caused by myself. I have lots of friends...lots..but none that I am close to as I am just too different. Anyway, personal experience.

 

 

We don't have any expensive cars and the only other things worth a lot are off road vehicles of which we have a plethora of. I do whatever on those babies as well :)

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Haha, I hadn't noticed that before. I think it's great.
I don't believe in keeping things in the house that are off-limits. Audio/home theater equipment is part of the home and for the entertainment/use of anyone in the family. As long as it is handled properly, there are no restrictions for its use.
The cars, on the other hand, are a different story...wink.gif


That's alright, I'm scared to drive the Porsche anyway...

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Originally Posted by ShortieFish View Post

 

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@kiteki: You're really going to love them, no matter which ones you get. The D2Ks I have are a bit more bass-ey than the D7Ks, which are ever so slightly more "sharp" sounding as I would describe them. It's a very small difference, but it's noticeable.

 

Hey, you were right, these Denon's (D5k) really are something, I think they are a music lovers headphone.

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Hey, you were right, these Denon's (D5k) really are something, I think they are a music lovers headphone.


Glad you're enjoying them! I think that the Denons are probably just pretty awesome in general... they're just lovely.

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