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Oldest headphones you currently own and use.

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Which are your oldest headphones?  

do you actually use it? how many years it has?


Edited by squallkiercosa - 1/28/13 at 4:50pm
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Late 90s MDR-CD870s which I find are still the nicest to wear. Slightly recessed in the highs but great up-scale potential for what they are. I purchased them new 1998. Cost? 100-200 bucks. Great to sleep in!

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Sony MDR-7506... 10 yrs +, purchased new in 2002. Going strong and sound great.

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It's probably my Stax SR-Lambda. Bought it about a year ago, and the design dates back to 1979. Certainly older than myself...

I also have a Sansui SS-20 lying around, but it doesn't see much use.
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A pair of Sennheiser HD410SL's that was passed down to me; had to change the pads cause the old ones were really brittle. For the longest time I couldn't properly amp them (they're 600ohms) so I didn't understand how half-decent they were until I got a Fiio E9...

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Sony MDR-E818LP. Great set of earbuds had them for around 4 years and still use them quite often.

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Koss A250 from the mid 1990s.  Bought them 5-6 years ago when Koss had a NOS clearance on ebay.

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My best cans are from the 90s.

 

MB Quart QP805 and CharterOak SP-1 (A custom QP450 PRO)
 

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