start with the first...and work your way down,
by the 4th mod, u will know where the sweetspot for your taste will be...
it could be a hybrid of what i posted..
its discovery time, just get IN.
also do open your drawers m see if there are any stray thrash u could creatively use.
seashells...chewing gums...plastercine...erazers... cottonbuds..
toss them in...see what happens.
^ Somehow i don't think you are joking.
Update on the Pipeline Cables, there is definitely 2 variations of OD on the connector, Pata sent me 4 to modify, all exactly like my own, a larger OD with a red inner plastic layer that is revealed when about 2.5 mm is removed, the smaller diameter version required much less material removed, only about 1 mm, I went a bit over, but never exposed the red center. The smaller OD version was sent to me by doctorjazz. The 1st 4 were mailed out this morning to they're prospective owners, should arrive soon, and I will have doctorjazz's cable in the mail in the mornimng.
^ Like everyone has already said BIG THANKS to Preda' & Pata' for the cable hook ups!!! Can't wait, hyped!!!
I DID IT.
Used dynamat instead cause that's what I had lying around. Can definetly hear more power in the bass, but its still very nicely defined, as I feel the bass boost is in the lowest frequencies allowing the mikros to maintain its excellent PRaT. Listening to "Fotografia" by Yiruma, the mod gives a better sense of weight to the piano, but the articulation is still on point, with notes being able to soar and dive effortlessly. While the piano does seem meatier, it does sound like its in a larger room.
"Ivy" by I The Mighty, a very melodic hardcore band (more shouty than screaming, but more singing than either, it's pretty tasteful imo), it starts with a beautiful mash up of the drums and guitars, and with the mod everything sounds beautifully snappy and well defined, I can't get enough of this band to begin with, and the Mikros makes it a much more satisfying experience for me.
This mod also gives a much more grand sense of scale to large orchestra pieces. One worth mentioning would be "The Shadow of The Past" by composer Howard Shore. This song from the Lord of the Rings through this modded mikros sounds nothing short of epic. The sense of scale and emotion is chilling, making this song almost frightening to listen to in a dark room at night T_T
Still getting used to describing sound, but what I can say is that this mod is worthy of trying.
Great work Lors and Maxxx!
^ Pics or it didn't happen.
Congrats, might be getting some of that in the near future as well. So i can TNT mod bomb these mofos.Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)