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post #106 of 153
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Umm, aren't you confusing Fosgate with Fostex? The HP-P1 is made by Fostex, not Fosgate.

 

I was talking about this :)

http://www.musicalsurroundings.com/fozgateheadphamp.html

 

Yeah, I'm just being stupid.

post #107 of 153

No its called a "Senior Moment" confused_face_2.gif

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Originally Posted by HeadphoneAddict View Post

 

Yeah, I'm just being stupid.

post #108 of 153
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Originally Posted by complin View Post

No its called a "Senior Moment" confused_face_2.gif

Brain Fart? I have many LOL

post #109 of 153

I'll take the Fosgate amp for the price of an HP-P1!!

post #110 of 153

Did anyone here who was at the show try the JPS Labs Abyss headphone?

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Did anyone here who was at the show try the JPS Labs Abyss headphone?

 

Yes.  They had it paired with the Cavalli Liquid Fire both at CanJam and upstairs in one of the hotel rooms for the main RMAF where JPS Labs was demonstrating more of their cables.  Someone mentioned something about the amp upstairs being modified, but I'm not sure.  I can say that I got a slightly better listen upstairs, but that's probably because there was less going on in the room - they weren't playing anything on the stereo that was in there.  In general, I liked the sound, but they were quite uncomfortable.  They were held together in a squarish metal frame with a head band tied with elastic cord.  The headband was comfortable enough; however, the clamping was strong and uneven.  As this was a prototype, the comfort issue should probably be largely ignored.  Talking with the JPS/Abyss guys, their thoughts on possible options for the final product lead me to believe that the final product will at least be fairly comfortable.  It sounded as good as any of the LCD-3's that I tried, though it was through different amps.  However, given that the rumored price point is on par with the Stax 009's, It doesn't seem like anything I'd pick up.

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Yes...

 

Hey, it was nice meeting you there at RMAF.  

post #113 of 153

Can anyone comment on the CLAS db? Any sound differences from the original? Also if anyone has done an HM901/DX100 comparison that would be quite valuable. 

post #114 of 153

Hi, guys. I just want to ask one or two question. Did you hear anything like Moon Audio Black Dragon v3s? Do you think they actually are going want to make them? Thanks.

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Hi, guys. I just want to ask one or two question. Did you hear anything like Moon Audio Black Dragon v3s? Do you think they actually are going want to make them? Thanks.

 

I'm confused, are you asking if the Black Dragon V2 is being upgraded to a V3?  I don't recall Drew saying anything about V2 or V3 when I ordered my Black Dragon for HD800 at RMAF.  So he's still going to want to make some form of Black Dragon...  ( I needed the mini 4-pin XLR so I could use with my other adapters for balanced and single ended amps)

post #116 of 153

Last Batch o' Pics

 

Only a small part of Todd's (TTVJ) supply of beer

 

This is how I dance when I get extremely drunk (far right). Doug (far left) was our DJ as Jaime & Zac (of JH Audio) joined in.

 

Even Joe (CJ@RMAF co-organizer and Head-Fi admin #2) joined in!

 

Of course it wasn't long until Tyll stepped into the fray

 

Tyll showing off his moves!

 

Me & dancemaster Tyll

 

Justin W. (HeadAmp)....and his never-before-seen-at-a-Head-Fi-event girlfriend tongue.gif

 

Jude interviewing Todd (TTVJ) w/ Joe filming

 

The CJ@RMAF display stand outside the entry doors

 

The Cable Company's headphone demo station near the RMAF registration tables

 

Darrell packing equipment back up at the end of the show

 

Todd & crew packing up their equipment

 

Joe's video camera kit

 

Jude interviewing Mike Moffat of Schiit Audio

 

Ape *

 

Really Good *, Man

 

Up * Creek

 

* Storm

 

I didn't know who the girls were, but who cares? tongue.gif

 

JH Audio's hired crew packing their display back up

 

Todd packing up his U-Haul (Pete Millett on left, Alex of Audeze on right)

 

The TTVJ-mobile's custom license plate wink.gif

 

The vacated show room

 

Peter of Beyerdynamic USA (the NYC Head-Fiers are probably most familiar with him)


Edited by Asr - 10/20/12 at 12:51am
post #117 of 153

Great pics!biggrin.gif

post #118 of 153

Thanks for all the pics & impressions guys - much appreciated!

post #119 of 153

ASR, a big THANK YOU for the time spent doing the pics and labeling them! Looks like a lot of fun was had at TTVJ's bash.  Good Times!

post #120 of 153
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Hey, it was nice meeting you there at RMAF.  

 

Likewise.  I liked the cable conversation with Ted.  You, Ted, and pretty much everyone else there (especially Todd)  were all great.  I hope to return again. and again....

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