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post #436 of 3016

:eek: what a waste of stax!

post #437 of 3016
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I grew tired of my sig's with their channel imbalance so why not...
Not sure what I'm seeing here.
post #438 of 3016

Any idea how much a lambda pro is worth nowadays?

post #439 of 3016
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Any idea how much a lambda pro is worth nowadays?

$300-$400.

post #440 of 3016
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Originally Posted by davidsh View Post
 

I grew tired of my sig's with their channel imbalance so why not...

 

Ha, maybe work on your lettering though 

post #441 of 3016

Something is there to come to pimp the 009

 

http://www.pawel-acoustics.ch/pdf/HP1_Mk3.pdf

 

I use one with my SR007MK2. It makes it a real good headphone.

 

I can't imagine what it does t othe SR009

 

Regards Gerg

post #442 of 3016
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Something is there to come to pimp the 009

 

http://www.pawel-acoustics.ch/pdf/HP1_Mk3.pdf

 

I use one with my SR007MK2. It makes it a real good headphone.

 

I can't imagine what it does t othe SR009

 

Regards Gerg

 

 

So what does it cost these days to 'pimp' the 009?

post #443 of 3016
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So what does it cost these days to 'pimp' the 009?

 

If I'm reading the pdf on their site right, about 1200 euros apparently.

post #444 of 3016

You guys know where I can find a comparison between the lambda nova signature and the lambda pro?

post #445 of 3016

Run a search? Maybe the drunk guy knows the answer.

At least you are in the right thread. Maybe go back a few years - there are two older Stax threads at HF.

I haven't had any luck here finding a comparo between a Vega and a Monza.


Edited by livewire - 10/1/13 at 6:21pm
post #446 of 3016
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Run a search? Maybe the drunk guy knows the answer.

 

looks like he's very drunk now

post #447 of 3016
Who is this drunk guy you're talking about? =D

Lns is the most neutral sounding Lambda out of the family although I haven't owned/heard the LS so I can't say.

Lambda has bit of a happy treble or treble etch but it has very good detail retrieval and the most dynamic (bass) sounding of the Lambda lineup.
post #448 of 3016

LNS has the familiar "dark" sound that the SR-007mkI has. To me that is a very neutral sound signature but it needs a quality amp to make it shine. The Lambda Pro is more lively and energetic with a bright sound , especially great for fast paced music.

post #449 of 3016
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Originally Posted by schorsch View Post
 

Something is there to come to pimp the 009

 

http://www.pawel-acoustics.ch/pdf/HP1_Mk3.pdf

 

I use one with my SR007MK2. It makes it a real good headphone.

 

I can't imagine what it does t othe SR009

 

Regards Gerg

 

 

Does it cover the same role as a DAC? Or where do you place it?

post #450 of 3016
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Does it cover the same role as a DAC? Or where do you place it?

 

Hmmm...it seems more like a Smyth Realizer alternative?

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