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Anyone going to the CA Audio Show?  If so bring your phones and we'll do 3.2 updates free (as availability allows.  Also, if you don't have Alpha Pads and want the update PM me).

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Anyone going to the CA Audio Show?  If so bring your phones and we'll do 3.2 updates free (as availability allows.  Also, if you don't have Alpha Pads and want the update PM me).

Will you be selling Mad Dogs there? I have been slightly considering one, and I may cave.

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Yup!

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Will you be selling Mad Dogs there? I have been slightly considering one, and I may cave.

 

Do it wolfetan!! Do it!!!

 

;)

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Will you be selling Mad Dogs there? I have been slightly considering one, and I may cave.

 

Do it wolfetan!! Do it!!!

 

;)

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Will you be selling Mad Dogs there? I have been slightly considering one, and I may cave.

 

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Yup!

 

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Do it wolfetan!! Do it!!!

 

;)

Wolfetan44 - ya know you want them!  I'll be at the show as well (barring work intruding on my personal life, again), in case the line is too long for listening at Dan's table...

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Will you be selling Mad Dogs there? I have been slightly considering one, and I may cave.

 

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Originally Posted by mrspeakers View Post

Yup!

 

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Originally Posted by gelocks View Post

 

Do it wolfetan!! Do it!!!

 

;)

Wolfetan44 - ya know you want them!  I'll be at the show as well (barring work intruding on my personal life, again), in case the line is too long for listening at Dan's table...

I'll most likely be at the table for a long timetongue_smile.gif

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I'll most likely be at the table for a long timetongue_smile.gif

 

I'd be interested in reading your impressions of the MD versus the Paradox, if you have the time for a comparison while you're there! atsmile.gif

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I'll most likely be at the table for a long timetongue_smile.gif

 

I'd be interested in reading your impressions of the MD versus the Paradox, if you have the time for a comparison while you're there! atsmile.gif

I think I may do it with someone, but not at mrspeakers table. 

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I started a thread for people around Orange County that are interested in getting together for mini-meets, get-togethers, and small auditions.

Here: http://www.head-fi.org/t/665147/orange-county-california-get-togethers-1-on-1-auditions-get-to-know-head-fiers

 

The other day a member messaged me and wanted to try out the Mad Dogs. We worked out time and place the night before and meet up yesterday. He owns a number of different cans, but was comparing specifically against his DT880 and HD650. He was really impressed with the Mad Dogs. Looks like he might be picking up a pair in the near future. 

 

It was also an opportunity for me to try out the Mad Dogs on some different DAC/AMP setups, as well as some A/B comparing. 

 

While the Los Angeles meet was amazing and I was able to try out some phenomenal gear, it wasn't the best place to audition open cans.

This get-together made for a much better auditioning environment. My mind was changed about gear that I thought I would never want. Some of my expectation bias was shattered. It was a great experience. 

 

In the end, I am really happy that I own the Mad Dogs. They provide terrific sound quality, isolation, and comfort at an unbeatable price. 

Can't wait to compare them to some other gear as we setup more of mini-meets and get-togethers. 

post #896 of 2951

Man... if Mrspeakers have some mad dogs to sell I might get one on an impulse buy -_-

 

Now I'm sure if I should even go to the meet lol 

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Man... if Mrspeakers have some mad dogs to sell I might get one on an impulse buy -_-

Now I'm sure if I should even go to the meet lol 
Best headphone purchase to date for me. I think it would be an excellent impulse purchase!
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Man... if Mrspeakers have some mad dogs to sell I might get one on an impulse buy -_-

 

Now I'm sure if I should even go to the meet lol 

Definetly ,a +1

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Man... if Mrspeakers have some mad dogs to sell I might get one on an impulse buy -_-

Now I'm sure if I should even go to the meet lol 
Best headphone purchase to date for me. I think it would be an excellent impulse purchase!

frown.gif Sitting here with the Burson Soloist SL / Audez'e LCD-3 is killing me. The Mad Dogs aren't up to par by any chance?tongue_smile.gif

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Why is the lcd3 killing you....weight, clamp or price? tongue.gif

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