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post #151 of 334
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I'll make my Dad listen to the headphones, then i'll tell him the price. See his immediate dislike of my headphone hobby.

I tried that with my dad at the last meet, expecting the same result.

 

We're doing a driver transplant together this Saturday.

 

Crazy how things work out. xD

post #152 of 334
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My father use to be into high-end audio in the 90's... right before I was born. He had to sell most of his equipment to after I was born to pay for hospital bills (there were complications), a used car so both him and my mother could go to work, etc.

 

He use to have an MDR-R10 that he got over in Japan... A bummer that he wasn't able to keep it frown.gif

post #153 of 334

Definitely coming to this one.

post #154 of 334

Does anyone know if Jude is going to try and come out? That would be a real treat if he did....

post #155 of 334
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Does anyone know if Jude is going to try and come out? That would be a real treat if he did....

 

I just saw him yesterday and he said he will try to come but is not sure yet.

post #156 of 334
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I just saw him yesterday and he said he will try to come but is not sure yet.

That is understandable, he is probably extremely busy and doesn't know his schedule multiple months in advance. 

post #157 of 334
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Whelp, I'm fairly sure The Listening Room is closing... they're having an estate sale. If anyone wants some quality speakers for cheap, I'd suggest heading over there and checking out what they have to offer.

 

In other news, what is everyone bringing in terms of music? I'm going to have genres that range from j-pop to doom metal. biggrin.gif

post #158 of 334

I'll bring all of my crappy mp3s by amateur artists, covering . . . lots.

post #159 of 334
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Whelp, I'm fairly sure The Listening Room is closing... they're having an estate sale. If anyone wants some quality speakers for cheap, I'd suggest heading over there and checking out what they have to offer.

 

In other news, what is everyone bringing in terms of music? I'm going to have genres that range from j-pop to doom metal. biggrin.gif

I'm bringing my CD collection, which spans everything from Finnish Viking Metal to Ke$ha, so...yeah.

post #160 of 334

Just a possible update to gear list, I'm in the process of trying to sell my AD2000X, sorry to anyone who was looking forward to hearing it.  However, if I can sell it soon enough, I'll be using the proceeds to purchase an HD-800 and will be bringing that to the meet, again assuming my AD2000X sells soon. 

post #161 of 334
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Just a possible update to gear list, I'm in the process of trying to sell my AD2000X, sorry to anyone who was looking forward to hearing it.  However, if I can sell it soon enough, I'll be using the proceeds to purchase an HD-800 and will be bringing that to the meet, again assuming my AD2000X sells soon. 

I was looking forward to listening to the AD900x...

 

 

but I think that an HD-800 will be an acceptable replacement. wink_face.gif

post #162 of 334

I'm bringing my collection that doesn't really have a focus. Game music, movie music, anime music, music music, random albums people suggested. Quite a lot of classical. I honestly listen to game soundtracks the most, if not classical. Decent variety, grabbed a Rolling Stones Magazine 500 greatest songs ever collection in Flac. Sorry if rambling, want to burn down the Kellogg if not for the meet.


Edited by blitzxgene - 2/21/13 at 5:45pm
post #163 of 334
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I'm bringing my collection that doesn't really have a focus. Game music, movie music, anime music, music music, random albums people suggested. Quite a lot of classical. I honestly listen to game soundtracks the most, if not classical. Decent variety, grabbed a Rolling Stones Magazine 500 greatest songs ever collection in Flac. Sorry if rambling, want to burn down the Kellogg if not for the meet.

I'm cool with having a meeting in some burnt ruins.


I'll bring the generator!

post #164 of 334

If I drag my brother along, he will bring his 500GB hard drive filled with all his music (50,000-ish songs), in that case there will probably be every genre covered from witch house to trip pop to holiday. 


Edited by Herky151 - 2/21/13 at 5:53pm
post #165 of 334
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If I drag my brother along, he will bring his 500GB hard drive filled with all his music (50,000-ish songs), in that case there will probably be every genre covered from witch house to trip pop to holiday. 

10 MB per song?

Probably 320 kbps MP3/AAC.

 

Definitely will suffice at an audiophile meet.

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