me?... I resent that remark.... anyone know how JH16Pro's sound with the WM-F or WM-Z?...
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Hi to everyone on the forum, firstly may I commend everyone on the forum for helping me to decide upon buying a new Walkman to replace my ageing A series . I’ve wanted a new Walkman for a while now, and having laid eyes on the f807/s gun metal edition I can safely say that this is the only Walkman that I want to purchase. I’m from the UK so I was just wondering Alex, if you had anymore gun metal editions on the way, and how much would it cost roughly, in total to ship to the uk. I’m willing to follow OK-GUY’s advice and insure the value as a gift at the price of $30-50 dollars which will make the Walkman except from any charges. Could you please let me know. Thanks in advance
Lol, thanks Ok-Guy.To be honest I almost bought the Z but changed my mind when I saw the Gun Metal Version (Arf Turok and his da** photos ).
So now I am condemned to wait for better prices.
Can anyone tell how it sounds with Hip Hop and Soul, and particularly with Soul?
Pondu... I can tell you right now my WM-Z is brilliant with soul-music... Dorothy Moore, EW&F, The Dells, Chilites, Delfonics, Harold Melvin, Booker T & MG's, Randy Crawford, Roberta Flack, et al, all sound excellent... Teddy Pendergrass is a absolute hoot... mp3-320k minimum hth.
also... you may want to pm Alex when considering buying the WM-F, looks like his prices are going to be unbeatable.
Je suis désolé pour ma réponse tardive ...
Je n'écoute pas de hip-hop
For my ears, the Z sounds wonderful with almost everything, but what makes it special, is live concerts ....
You should listen to Fleetwood Mac live concert Album "The very best of" Big love (live, 1997), or Céline Dion concerts......
Now, for the big question , what about the F?.....Vous devez attendre...heureusement pas beaucoup.
ffs mate I may live 50miles from France but I can't speak a word of it... I can speak yank, aussie, kiwi, cannuk but not French.
you'll soon be like us Pondu... guess Way ain't into hip-hop, me neither
apart from 'live' music (agrees with 'The Man)... these Walkmans shine with acoustic, in fact it's hard to find a genre that they're not good with.