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Yes, I'm the first again!

I thought it was really fun. Can't wait to see the pics and the time lapse movie!
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You mean November 2nd?

 

I very much enjoyed seeing you all and hearing the equipment! Now to decide what my next headphone will be based on the meet impressions...

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Great meet, nice to see more people there compared to last year. I hope that's the trend. Thanks to Darin for arranging again.

Brannan Mason

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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Thanks to everyone who came to the meet! Great turn out and amazing gear people brought. I think we need two days to be able to listen to everything...

 

Highlights for me? 

Abyss - wish I could afford it.

Noble Audio K10 - Getting a pair for sure!

Schiit Vali - Getting one, if anyone will ever be able to get one. I have a feeling they will be sold out fast...

Mr. Speakers Alpha Dogs - Very impressive

Cavalli LAu - better than buying one is having a demo unit to use.

 

Thanks again to everyone. Everyone was so nice and extremely helpful. 

 

I hope we don't outgrow the room next year!

 

-Darin

 

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Edited by darinf - 11/3/13 at 6:51pm
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Yay pictures!

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Thanks for everything Darinf! Great meet!

 

Highlights for me were EC 2A3 amp, EC Super 7 + HD800 (Anax), Code-X cans, Paradox cans, and "Teta" HP amp.

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Thanks for everything Darinf! Great meet!

 

Highlights for me were EC 2A3 amp, EC Super 7 + HD800 (Anax), Code-X cans, Paradox cans, and "Teta" HP amp.


I want them graphs! Plus I just registered for that other forum :wink_face:

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Here's the obligatory timelapse of the meet:

 

 

It felt like it went by about that fast...

 

-Darin

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Big thanks to Darinf and any/all others responsible for putting this meet together.  I had a great time.  I came mainly to check out the HD800 and LCD-3 to see if they were something I would be interested in purchasing and was able to test out multiple pairs (thank you to those that brought them).  At present, I do not need to pursue either. The highlight for me was the Fostex TH900.  I hadn't heard them before and was pleasantly surprised with how nice they sounded and how comfortable they were.  Also, the balanced HD650 on the Schiit Mjolnir and Gungnir sounded really nice. 

 

I was also intrigued by Darin's software that mimics different types of speakers (forgive me if that is not a great description, but it's the best I could come up with at this hour).  I'm looking forward to trying it out at home on my own gear.

 

Happy Sunday to all.

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Ups vice versa :bigsmile_face:

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I want them graphs! Plus I just registered for that other forum :wink_face:

 

Very nice to have meet you mang! I will post some graphs sometime later. Nice HE-6 + Krell rig you got there!

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Looks like a great event! I had nine hours with my K10 while you were all there, so small consolation I suppose.
See you all at the next one.
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I was also intrigued by Darin's software that mimics different types of speakers (forgive me if that is not a great description, but it's the best I could come up with at this hour).  I'm looking forward to trying it out at home on my own gear.

 

Happy Sunday to all.

 

 

I have tried Darin's software as well...   I really enjoyed the "movie" version, as it really gave the feeling as if I was sitting in the cenima. Considering I live 3 hrs away from the neares cenima, Darins software is a great sollution.

 

Pop corn in hand, a DVD.... and good to go!


Edited by FullCircle - 11/4/13 at 12:21am

Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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