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post #271 of 622
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Been overseas for a bit and just got back.  As the OP, great to see this thread going strong and that Zack keeps improving.  Remarkable.  I'll hop over to his site to see what's new.  Enjoyed reading these mods.  I too agree that he should have his own logo.

 

UL

post #272 of 622

^ I would be happy to help him with a logo.

post #273 of 622
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Originally Posted by grizzlybeast View Post
 

^ I would be happy to help him with a logo.

 

for free

post #274 of 622

here is my suggestion, done in CAD. was going for a minimalist look.

 

 

lets see other designs :beerchug:

post #275 of 622

Kind of offtopic, but I thought there was some cool typography in these book covers.  Maybe one can be used for his logo :) 

http://www.theverge.com/2013/10/3/4786646/the-verge-fall-2013-reading-list

post #276 of 622
Come on guys, lets see your sugestions for a ZMF logo
post #277 of 622

I say give it a name rather than an acronym, and go from there.

post #278 of 622

^ me too because zmf stands for zach's modded fostex right?

post #279 of 622
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Originally Posted by doublea71 View Post
 

I say give it a name rather than an acronym, and go from there

 

maybe you can start the ball rolling on your suggestion to give it a name? :beerchug:

post #280 of 622

Not sure, but there are too many products with acronyms and a clever name will be infinitely better in the long run. Paradox (best so far imo), Mad Dog, Thunderpants (terrible name)....I'm sure Zach could come up with a good name that is meaningful to him and resonates with his fans.

post #281 of 622
Good point bro, totally agree
post #282 of 622

I personally think something more subtle would be cool, a play on the original like Z50RP. Could lend itself pretty easily to a logo too.

post #283 of 622
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You're blowing my mind.. how do people use speaker amps for headphones?  Isn't the emotiva like 50 watts per channel?  I have an Aune T1 and a Maverick Audio A1.. the T1 I had to turn to full volume to get a good volume level with 0 gain..  it also has 8 and 16 gain settings so I assume the 8 gain would be fine for t50rp..  I'm using the Maverick A1 with it and it sounds great, I only have to turn the volume knob to about 8:50 on the dial for music listening

 

It's closer to like 8 watts with the conversions, but I've found that using speaker outputs worked quite well with planars. I preferred using my speaker amp at home with my ZMF. 

 

Also, I haven't been on here in a while because of both school and the fact that I don't really have much of a desire to look for anything new (other than a more portable headphone I guess...but IEMs are working so far) because the ZMF+SA5000 combo satisfies everything I want in my setup. My review will be posted on Headfonics some time next week. I just need to get a white background to take pictures of the ZMF+removable cable he lent me, which surprisingly is a challenge.

post #284 of 622
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Originally Posted by Taveren View Post
 

here is my suggestion, done in CAD. was going for a minimalist look.

 

 

lets see other designs :beerchug:

 

CAD? You are just over complicating things!
 

:D

 

EDIT: If you replaced the font... maybe it could turn out nice!


Edited by asdafaasda - 10/7/13 at 3:07pm
post #285 of 622
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  I just need to get a white background to take pictures

 

I just take mine in front of a window and then expose for the headphones and leave the window completely blown out.  Ofcourse it's a far different look than most reviewers are probably looking for.

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