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post #1186 of 1301
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Hahaha..
Thanks for the clarification on comfort Chris.. smily_headphones1.gif

And thanks also for the warm welcome, will report back once I'm decided on either T1 or 2170, but looks like it's biasing towards the latter..LOL

I should point out that I have no real comfort problems with the Stax 207s.
The DT880 are more comfortable, but it doesn't mean that the SR-207 are uncomfortable.
post #1187 of 1301
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And thanks also for the warm welcome, will report back once I'm decided on either T1 or 2170, but looks like it's biasing towards the latter..LOL
You've got a pretty Pro Bias there. ; )
post #1188 of 1301
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I should point out that I have no real comfort problems with the Stax 207s.
The DT880 are more comfortable, but it doesn't mean that the SR-207 are uncomfortable.

 

Right on Chris, noted. :)

 

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You've got a pretty Pro Bias there. ; )

 

LOL..:L3000:

post #1189 of 1301

I apologize in advance if this has been covered before but can someone give me a break down between the 207 and 407?  Also I posted a thread in the help section,  I have listened to the 2170 combo and I really like the feel of the headphones and for my work I need to have them on for a long period.  My issue is with outside noise and I normally work with closed back headphones (focal pro, dt770) however I find them to be fatiguing to wear for such a long time.  The stax felt like nothing on my head.  Is there any way to have a closed back stax for sound isolation?

post #1190 of 1301

Stax 4070 is closed. Discontinued long time ago, though.

post #1191 of 1301
and reeaally expensive when they pop up
post #1192 of 1301

those look to be exactly what i want.  when you say really expensive do you mean $1000 or $5000?

post #1193 of 1301

More like 2400usd as per for sale section ;)

post #1194 of 1301

yeah amazing that popped up eh? ;)

post #1195 of 1301

Headfi Classic. Welcome aboard btw!

 

Here's another Headfi Classic:

Sorry about your wallet

post #1196 of 1301

Oh Im fully addicted.  over 100k in gear over here.  I get to write it off though ;)  Still $2400 is a bit much I think.  Id hate for them to reissue and I'm holding something worth $1300 on the used market.

post #1197 of 1301

Hi,

I need advice on pricing for STAX SRM 006-T amp with SR - 404 headphones. I think the 404 is lesser version, but both mint. Asking price is 700 euro (cca 930 $) for combo. I would be grateful for short impression if someone has experience with this setup.

post #1198 of 1301
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Hi,

I need advice on pricing for STAX SRM 006-T amp with SR - 404 headphones. I think the 404 is lesser version, but both mint. Asking price is 700 euro (cca 930 $) for combo. I would be grateful for short impression if someone has experience with this setup.



If we're looking at just price-wise, it's a hell of a deal. You can't even get that amp alone at that price new.

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If we're looking at just price-wise, it's a hell of a deal. You can't even get that amp alone at that price new.
Hm, did you by any chance hear this combo?
post #1200 of 1301

I've had the SR-303 (essentially the same as the SR-404) and the SRM-T1 (apparently an older model of the SRM-006t) and I liked them both.

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