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play computer games bro. when you're in high school, you have time for that kinda fun... but once you're working a real job, you gots no time for computer games & LAN parties. you'll always have time to be an audiophile & once you have a job, you'll have more ca$h to burnnn :)

Ha ha. Time for games? Nah. I doubt it. I'm not studying in Korea, but I get 4hrs of sleep every night. I guess this is reality of private schools in US.

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List of IEMs/HPs that I should try when I go to Korea:

SE846

IE800(for the second time)

Sony H3,H2,H1

Anything else?

 

I probably will try the T-PEOS DAC and AK10 as well.

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Ha ha. My friends are trying to get me to play LOL. IDK what to do. But for now, one hobby is enough. I'm busy enough with being an audiophile.

The only reason I played LOL was because Starcraft was dying, grew out of Sudden Attack, and was waiting for Dota2 to come out. Dota2 owns LOL's face in every way. Can't hurt to have more than one hobby.

 

 

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play computer games bro. when you're in high school, you have time for that kinda fun... but once you're working a real job, you gots no time for computer games & LAN parties. you'll always have time to be an audiophile & once you have a job, you'll have more ca$h to burnnn :)

That's true. I played a lot of games during high school and college years. I mean A LOT. Now that I'm working I can barely squeeze in 1 hour a day. But the more cash to burn really depends on how much you get paid and on your bills haha.

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Ha ha. Time for games? Nah. I doubt it. I'm not studying in Korea, but I get 4hrs of sleep every night. I guess this is reality of private schools in US.

hahah i actually noticed that you went to deerfield. it's a great school. i went to andover & i rmb a lot of sleepless nights but that was mainly d/t my mad procrastination skillz rather than the workload lol

 

after you get working out in the real world, you really miss the sense of community of boarding school. that's why you gotto live it up while you can! :)

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List of IEMs/HPs that I should try when I go to Korea:

SE846

IE800(for the second time)

Sony H3,H2,H1

Anything else?

 

I probably will try the T-PEOS DAC and AK10 as well.

Oh, the IE800 are absolutely heavenly. I tried them for a second time as well last Friday and I was speechless. Unfortunately, the price also makes me speechless.

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hahah i actually noticed that you went to deerfield. it's a great school. i went to andover & i rmb a lot of sleepless nights but that was mainly d/t my mad procrastination skillz rather than the workload lol

 

after you get working out in the real world, you really miss the sense of community of boarding school. that's why you gotto live it up while you can! :)

Ha ha. Andover? Wow. I'm surprised. I didn't expect any prep school graduates here. I guess I'm just busy right now because I'm trying to wrap up all my work before I leave.

 

But on the bright side, I'm going home tomorrow!

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Oh, the IE800 are absolutely heavenly. I tried them for a second time as well last Friday and I was speechless. Unfortunately, the price also makes me speechless.

Hmm. I wasn't a fan of their dark sound. I'll give them another shot I guess.

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Ha ha. Andover? Wow. I'm surprised. I didn't expect any prep school graduates here. I guess I'm just busy right now because I'm trying to wrap up all my work before I leave.

 

But on the bright side, I'm going home tomorrow!

hahah i would imagine most of my classmates are too success to be wasting time on these forums lol. i'm in med school now on break w/ all my friends gone, so just killin some time here.

 

good luck w/ your studies & enjoy your winter break!! eat some kimchi & delicious bulgogi for me. =P

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hahah i would imagine most of my classmates are too success to be wasting time on these forums lol. i'm in med school now on break w/ all my friends gone, so just killin some time here.

 

good luck w/ your studies & enjoy your winter break!! eat some kimchi & delicious bulgogi for me. =P

Ha. I will be sure to do that.

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Ha ha. Andover? Wow. I'm surprised. I didn't expect any prep school graduates here. I guess I'm just busy right now because I'm trying to wrap up all my work before I leave.

 

But on the bright side, I'm going home tomorrow!

Never went to a prep school but did go to private schools for most of my life until I graduated.

 

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Hmm. I wasn't a fan of their dark sound. I'll give them another shot I guess.

It was really really enjoyable. It's just I haven't tried many earphones at that price range. I don't want to spoil my ears because the more I listen to better stuff, the more money I actually spend. I usually only check out the ones that are more affordable and realistic for me haha.

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Never went to a prep school but did go to private schools for most of my life until I graduated.

 

It was really really enjoyable. It's just I haven't tried many earphones at that price range. I don't want to spoil my ears because the more I listen to better stuff, the more money I actually spend. I usually only check out the ones that are more affordable and realistic for me haha.

Maybe I was doing an unfair comparison between UERM and IE800. They were meant for different purposes after all. IE800 just isn't my cup of tea.

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Sadly, my winter break will be without my MDR7550 and KEF M500. I love them both to death, but they are both lent out. MDR7550 to a fellow head-fier and M500 to a friend. I guess it's a good holiday spirit though.

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Maybe I was doing an unfair comparison between UERM and IE800. They were meant for different purposes after all. IE800 just isn't my cup of tea.

Haha I can't say anything about customs though. I have absolutely no experience or knowledge in that area.

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