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http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/ces-2014-stax-move

Stax on the move with its entry level. Good news :)


Ali

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Originally Posted by Ali-Pacha View Post
 

http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/ces-2014-stax-move

Stax on the move with its entry level. Good news :)


Ali

 

Nice!

Thanks for the post!

post #933 of 1238
It has a different connector type I think.

I wonder if STAX is going to sell an adaptor for it. I would be mildly curious to try the SR-207 on-the-go. tongue.gif


I didn't even know STAX had that other portable amp....
Edited by miceblue - 1/19/14 at 12:36pm
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I'm seriously considering selling my LS, which has static noise in 1 driver, yet no channel imbalance and that sort of stuff. It seems to be a moisture issue due to very small punctures in the dust protector.

I am just not that much into DIY and opening them up :confused_face:

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Pm me if you're willing to sell and ship to Aus.
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

It has a different connector type I think.

I wonder if STAX is going to sell an adaptor for it. I would be mildly curious to try the SR-207 on-the-go. tongue.gif


I didn't even know STAX had that other portable amp....

I ain't going out in public wearing my big huge Stax "ear speakers"! tongue.gif
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I ain't going out in public wearing my big huge Stax "ear speakers"! tongue.gif

I did. 

 

I believe Tus-Chan also did it as well.

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Originally Posted by davidsh View Post
 

I'm seriously considering selling my LS, which has static noise in 1 driver, yet no channel imbalance and that sort of stuff. It seems to be a moisture issue due to very small punctures in the dust protector.

I am just not that much into DIY and opening them up :confused_face:


I would be interested as well, as I always want another driver to complete a set with a damaged driver that I have.

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Also, the brown colour of the SR-407 is freaking ugly....I don't want poop brown in any of my audio gear. frown.gif

 

Ah, yes....   you could do as I do and think of it as 'Chocolate milk shake brown', or 'chocolate ice cream brown'...Just a thought. :wink_face:

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307 used for 300 dollars local pickup.. Am torn as usual..

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307 used for 300 dollars local pickup.. Am torn as usual..

What's this for?

post #942 of 1238
SR-307..
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cool threat
post #944 of 1238
Thread Starter 
Yes, some interesting stuff on this thread.
A shame it's been so quiet lately.

I picked up a pair of Stax SRS-2170 'phones July 2013.
So far, I'm extremely impressed.
Let's just say my dynamic headphones are starting to gather dust, I think I'll sell some of my dynamic headphones and headphone amps over the next few months.
Edited by Chris J - 2/7/14 at 4:50pm
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Didn't you own the 2170 package before? Judging from sig....

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