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post #496 of 3203
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Originally Posted by L-G-C View Post

Please read the description on these! 

These are what was the original PS-500 shone at the SEMA show in Las Vagus google how many you think is in the world think google that's about it, they are my favorite I am in the military and it is hard carrying all the gear we have to carry so the only pair I am going to keep is my Weston 4s. If you know anything about headphones you will know you can't pump 1000 watts into them but sound is in credible on a Mac, iPod, iPhone , the sound is incredible. I had the box by grado himself in Las Vagus but my wife thought it was garbage and threw away, as you can see I have back ground the best I take music very serious I use these to play my drums

If you are advertising for your own sale, this should be posted in the For Sale section of the forum. 

post #497 of 3203
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Originally Posted by AsianBatman View Post

If you are advertising for your own sale, this should be posted in the For Sale section of the forum. 

Not me. Just wanted to point that out. When I read that "he" uses them for drumming, I just lost it. 

post #498 of 3203

Yeah I've never seen anyone write that atrociously on Head-Fi; I doubt L-G-C is affiliated. That listing is hilariously fail all around....

post #499 of 3203
He directly copy pasted the discription you dinguses... And who would drum with an open back headphone anyways?
post #500 of 3203
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Originally Posted by L-G-C View Post

… as you can see I have back ground the best I take music very serious I use these to play my drums

 

When the phrases "I take music very serious" and "I use these to play my drums" touch each other in the same sentence, you know you've got a winner.

post #501 of 3203

Any HE-500 selling for that low of a price has to have something seriously wrong with it. Too good to be true IMO

post #502 of 3203
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Originally Posted by Double C View Post

This looks interesting for anyone that still uses an iphone 3g/3gs as a source.

 

$49

http://www.amazon.com/Go-Dap-GD-03-Black-for-iPhone3GS/dp/B0060HI2P2/

 

Now this is down to $20.  Great if you have an iPhone 3GS.  If you get a 30-pin extender cable, you can even use it with an older iPad.  Comes in black, white, or red.  

 

I can confirm that it also works for an iPod Nano with 30-pin connector (I've tried it with the 1G and 3G Nanos), and a 2G or 3G iPod Touch.  Of course, you will need to figure out some way to attach the Nano/Touch to the case as the fit is no longer snug, and to deal with the space behind the device when it is in place.  There are many options (velcro is one, and I've even rolled some blue painter's tape as a sticky pad to support the Nano/Touch in a pinch -- the player hides the tape and there is no residue).  

 

Requires a little effort, but hey, 20 bucks for an amp...and you get a real analog volume knob which is nice when out and about. 

post #503 of 3203
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Originally Posted by jazzman7 View Post

Now this is down to $20.  Great if you have an iPhone 3GS.   
I have a 3G and $20 to spare. I keep waffling on this.
post #504 of 3203
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Originally Posted by jazzman7 View Post

 

Now this is down to $20.  Great if you have an iPhone 3GS.  If you get a 30-pin extender cable, you can even use it with an older iPad.  Comes in black, white, or red.  

 

I can confirm that it also works for an iPod Nano with 30-pin connector (I've tried it with the 1G and 3G Nanos), and a 2G or 3G iPod Touch.  Of course, you will need to figure out some way to attach the Nano/Touch to the case as the fit is no longer snug, and to deal with the space behind the device when it is in place.  There are many options (velcro is one, and I've even rolled some blue painter's tape as a sticky pad to support the Nano/Touch in a pinch -- the player hides the tape and there is no residue).  

 

Requires a little effort, but hey, 20 bucks for an amp...and you get a real analog volume knob which is nice when out and about. 

Edit: I totally just re said what you did-


Edited by mingamo - 3/4/13 at 10:49pm
post #505 of 3203
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Originally Posted by jazzman7 View Post

 

Now this is down to $20.  Great if you have an iPhone 3GS.  If you get a 30-pin extender cable, you can even use it with an older iPad.  Comes in black, white, or red.  

 

I can confirm that it also works for an iPod Nano with 30-pin connector (I've tried it with the 1G and 3G Nanos), and a 2G or 3G iPod Touch.  Of course, you will need to figure out some way to attach the Nano/Touch to the case as the fit is no longer snug, and to deal with the space behind the device when it is in place.  There are many options (velcro is one, and I've even rolled some blue painter's tape as a sticky pad to support the Nano/Touch in a pinch -- the player hides the tape and there is no residue).  

 

Requires a little effort, but hey, 20 bucks for an amp...and you get a real analog volume knob which is nice when out and about. 

what about the classic?

post #506 of 3203

White version and Red version of Go-Dap GD-03 are also available for $20.

 

I'm also curious whether this fits the iPod Classic. Can anyone confirm?


Edited by Bostonears - 3/5/13 at 4:38am
post #507 of 3203

This is awesome. Bought two Go-Daps. One for myself and one for a friend!

post #508 of 3203

Is that fake or something? $150 seems way too good to be true... confused_face.gif
 

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I am also curious as to if the Go-Dap works with the ipod classic and how exactly it sounds?
 

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