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You forgot to mention what gear you're using though. It must be a really "musical" rig with awesome "PRaT" that makes your rig "sing."
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Originally Posted by CantScareMe View Post

...though I don't quite take advantage of the new situation. If anyone approaches, including hot chicks, I'll rather carry on with my music - the 232's are that good!

Uh... that's not the headphones. That's age comin' up on ya. ksc75smile.gif

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Uh... that's not the headphones. That's age comin' up on ya. ksc75smile.gif

Lol, and I'm only 23.

 

They say that if you live in london you age nearly twice as fast compared to rural areas around England. 

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Lol, and I'm only 23.

They say that if you live in london you age nearly twice as fast compared to rural areas around England. 

What a load of rubbish. London keeps you alive. Move to rural areas and you'll be in a coma within a week.
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why's that?

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Um because there is nothing to do there.
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Genius

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You'd be surprised to learn just how many elderly ladies used to approach me in the past when I used to wear my customs (ES3X), TG334, F111, UM3X, SE530, SE535, W3, UM2 & SM3, and how many people used to give up their seats on the tube, bus or train. When I stopped using my customs (and those universals) and got my K3003s, no-one would give up their seat anymore (really used to love that!), but plenty of very hot babes started noticing me—again—and would do anything to at least strike up a conversation. (Mind you, I must admit I enjoyed those old ladies' conversations a lot more than those I've had with the very hot chicks)

Well, to be fair you were plugging them into your walking cane MP3 player.
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Does the walking cane player support balanced output? One would hope so.
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Originally Posted by music_4321 View Post

You'd be surprised to learn just how many elderly ladies used to approach me in the past when I used to wear my customs (ES3X), TG334, F111, UM3X, SE530, SE535, W3, UM2 & SM3, and how many people used to give up their seats on the tube, bus or train. When I stopped using my customs (and those universals) and got my K3003s, no-one would give up their seat anymore (really used to love that!), but plenty of very hot babes started noticing me—again—and would do anything to at least strike up a conversation. (Mind you, I must admit I enjoyed those old ladies' conversations a lot more than those I've had with the very hot chicks)


Well, to be fair you were plugging them into your walking cane MP3 player.

 

You know, although I was already in my late 70s at the time, I didn't actually need a walking stick — I'd either walk (or go jogging) with my customs or a boom box.

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Well if the Shure's at least match or exceed the AKG K3003, then I'd prefer them to the HE500 and LCD2 hands down.

Hmm, i have to say thats at least interesting enought to make me try the AKG K3003 and the shures.

Most of the time I like more Full size cus feels more natural, but best IEMs I even had were Sennheiser CX-300 so i guess I never tried something from the upper shelves.

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I have had 5 wonderful days with these excellent sounding SE846, returned them yesterday.....I am convinced! There are real innovations happening inside those little clear shells. Will probably/definitely be in my top 3 of favorite purchases this year, when they become available in August!!

 

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Edited by spkrs01 - 7/16/13 at 3:58am
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Originally Posted by spkrs01 View Post

I have had 5 wonderful days with these excellent sounding SE846, returned them yesterday.....I am convinced! There are real innovations happening inside those little clear shells. Will probably be in my top 3 of favorite purchase this year, when they become available in August!!

 

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Ah back on track. This is great news! How many leagues is it ahead of the SE535?

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Are we allowed to ask a comparison between, well, let's say TG334?

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I think we are allowed to ask for comparisons among any top iems including customs tongue.gif
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