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post #1141 of 5957
I found EQ'ing my lambda sig with a low bass boost and shaving off some of the upper mids and lowering the treble slightly made for a very musical and balanced presentation.
post #1142 of 5957

Thanks for the replies re:  DIY T-2  compared to KGSSHV.  Most informative.

post #1143 of 5957
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Originally Posted by davidsh View Post

I found EQ'ing my lambda sig with a low bass boost and shaving off some of the upper mids and lowering the treble slightly made for a very musical and balanced presentation.

What EQ program do you use?  Is it better to have 31 band EQ or a Parametric EQ?  Is it software or hardware?  Do you have a Mac or PC?  Do you use Audio Hijack (its now known as Audio Hijack Pro)?

post #1144 of 5957
PC, electriQ, software EQ
post #1145 of 5957
Some other nice plugin eqs for your comp are made by izotope, PSP, and if you can afford them Waves makes some of the best quality plugins, their linear phase eq is my go to for recording. If your on Mac you can use fidelia music player to drop them in the audio chain easily
post #1146 of 5957
How do the Stax adapter boxes work? What about bias voltage, where does that come from?
post #1147 of 5957

okay guys, real stuff going on

 

there is an SR omega & SRM T2 on sale on yahoo auction japan atm.

 

http://page9.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/k172471947

 

http://page6.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/f129689526

 

get your christmas right !

post #1148 of 5957
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Originally Posted by Seele01 View Post
 

okay guys, real stuff going on

 

there is an SR omega & SRM T2 on sale on yahoo auction japan atm.

 

http://page9.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/k172471947

 

http://page6.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/f129689526

 

get your christmas right !

It was already linked...

post #1149 of 5957

oups, my bad, was too excited :D

post #1150 of 5957

for US buyers who do people use for ebayjapan middlemen/reshippers - buyee, sendico, any better with such large value items, shipping insurance, ect.

 

and what would be a good snipe price - just  askn

post #1151 of 5957
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Originally Posted by jcx View Post
 

for US buyers who do people use for ebayjapan middlemen/reshippers - buyee, sendico, any better with such large value items, shipping insurance, ect.

 

and what would be a good snipe price - just  askn

you can use whatever you like, so far no negative experiences have been reported, some are probably more responsive than others and there may be little differences in terms of fees

 

you will see once it has ended - just sayin'

post #1152 of 5957
I recommend buyee. No hassles and dramas.
post #1153 of 5957
The yen is so devaluated against the euro, this T2 is like a bargain in Europe at the current price (380,000 so 2,700 Euro or so).
I wouldn't be surprised if more than half these stax auctions in Japan end up with shipment if the goods overseas!
post #1154 of 5957
Given the way YJ auctions work especially with popular, esoteric or rare electronics that T2 will sell for a lot more.
Edited by DefQon - 12/19/13 at 2:15pm
post #1155 of 5957
Care to explain how the energiser/adapter units work without a bias supply? Takes speaker signal, ramp up the voltage with a transformer and then... What?
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