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post #16 of 21
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Originally Posted by syNRG View Post
 

Well damn. I think that I'm just going to go. Wouldn't hurt, and doesn't take too long for me to get there. I'll post back on this thread impressions and what it's like ( I will probably spend more than a couple mins there this time)

I went there to demo the HD650. Other than that they don't have anything else for you to actually try. In terms of amps, they didn't even know the major players except Lehmann. They do mostly speakers. Bring your own CD if you go.

post #17 of 21
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Originally Posted by kookoo View Post
 

I went there to demo the HD650. Other than that they don't have anything else for you to actually try. In terms of amps, they didn't even know the major players except Lehmann. They do mostly speakers. Bring your own CD if you go.

Just not even sure if I want to go there anymore. Such disapopint. Eh I might as well go. It's only a 15 minute walk from uni.

post #18 of 21
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Maybe an audio equipment shop in Sydney is a nice business idea! All the Sydney Headfiers would flock to it if it carrried a Wide range from cheap to high end.

Now whose got the money to set up shop? Lol! Even a trading store for audio equipment....that would go off...like a cash converters that specializes in audio products only..
post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by Xtralglactic View Post

Maybe an audio equipment shop in Sydney is a nice business idea! All the Sydney Headfiers would flock to it if it carrried a Wide range from cheap to high end.

Now whose got the money to set up shop? Lol! Even a trading store for audio equipment....that would go off...like a cash converters that specializes in audio products only..

I don't think that any Sydney business can compete with anything from American retailers like Amazon or even eBay. Tax, cost of rent, utilities, these prices are too high in Sydney for a "niche hobby" like this in my opinion. 

Most of the time i see Beats headphones, or Apple in ears, and when I do see other respectable brands, they're very low end offerings (or the M50). 

post #20 of 21
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Well one could only wish!!! And while were at it, any head fi meets in Sydney this year?
post #21 of 21
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Originally Posted by Xtralglactic View Post

Well one could only wish!!! And while were at it, any head fi meets in Sydney this year?
Not that i know of yet
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