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post #436 of 448

Thanks for this information! ^^^^^^^^^^^  I feel a project coming on.

post #437 of 448

Has anyone figured out a way to deal with earspeakers' cables? They are long, seem fragile and always get entangled... I am worried that I am damaging them all the time.

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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by larkinvalley View Post

Has anyone figured out a way to deal with earspeakers' cables? They are long, seem fragile and always get entangled... I am worried that I am damaging them all the time.

Please contact your local Stax distributor in your country , they will help you to order from Stax Japan
This was happened to my friend , accidentally he cut his tiny Stax sr 002 cable .
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Thanks; question is, how to avoid damaging it:)
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Originally Posted by larkinvalley View Post

Thanks; question is, how to avoid damaging it:)

You are welcome
Every time after I use my Stax sr 002 , I roll the cable properly like the first time you got out the box
Later I will upload picture for you to take care your sr 002
post #441 of 448
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

You are welcome
Every time after I use my Stax sr 002 , I roll the cable properly like the first time you got out the box
Later I will upload picture for you to take care your sr 002

thanks, i d appreciatw that
post #442 of 448

I would like to ask something about comparisons, as I'm trying to upgrade (or just change) my vintage SR-Lambda.

 

So I'm a composer as a hobby but I'm frequently on the move and I like my stuff to be as small as possible (no I'm not composing on the street). The Lambdas also have a huge transfomer box which I don't want to carry around.

 

But, since the Lambda is a pretty old design (although it still works perfectly) I was thinking that a modern IEM might produce the same or even better sound quality. What are your experiences?

 

Thanks!

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Sorry for bumping old thread.. I just found a nice way to store my srs002 safely.. hope somebody find it useful!





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that's nice

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Ha!  

 

I just took these pictures of my case, into which I fit the SR 002 and the Kentli batteries, as a thank you to clieOS for the suggestion on the batteries.

 

Then I saw that you beat me to it with the pictures of your 1050 case, santsant.  The Pelican 1040 (smaller than your 1050) snugly fits everything and is great for traveling.  Even on airplanes.  I've got everything velcro-ed in, including the coin which is handy for prying out those batteries which fit very (almost too) snugly into the srm002 case.

 

Obviously great minds think alike.

 

 

 


Edited by rexie - 10/12/14 at 10:02am
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Hi everyone, just in case nobody posted it before, i could finally fit a few 'mainstream' iem tips into my SR-002, might better post a pic quickly, i've been so happy i just want to drop the news. Might be a good and cheap replacement for the stock ones. Cheers!

nvm, it changes the sound a little bit not to my liking and the process of putting it on is a bit hard, i could accidentally break my cans. mad.gif
Edited by Shunrei - 10/22/14 at 3:40am
post #447 of 448

SR-002 is now $450, at StaxUSA.  https://www.staxusa.com/STAX-SRS-002.html

 

Maybe it will eventually get into the $350~$400 range.

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I have had my eyes on the SR-002 for a while but thought I'd wait to see what the successor is like, but whenever is that one coming? Has anyone got any updated information other than the Q3-Q4 2014?

I love my SRS-2170 earspeaker system, although it's Stax's basic system the details and sense of air strike me everything I listen to it. Can anyone who has listened to both the SRS-2170 and SR-002 tell me how they compare? I hope the SR-002 could be the perfect companion to my Pono when I'm at the office. :)

 

Thanks for any input!

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