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[Mod Edit: Please note "Jap" is derogatory]

cause the japanese love taking extreme to the next level.  ie kamikazes

 

 

 

barely...:rolleyes:

 

 

Man...on every level

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The got innovation falling out their ass but market like ****. They are generally horrific at marketing. Personal audio players ...market gone....flat panel screen production...gone.... 

Ideas O" plenty over here but the execution and delivery to public is so bad. The Sony flag**** build up is gonna leave folks with a big wtf:blink: (I am predicting)

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The got innovation falling out their ass but market like ****. They are generally horrific at marketing. Personal audio players ...market gone....flat panel screen production...gone.... 
Ideas O" plenty over here but the execution and delivery to public is so bad. The Sony flag**** build up is gonna leave folks with a big wtf:blink:  (I am predicting)



But I want to believe SONY can do something beautiful redface.gif
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But I want to believe SONY can do something beautiful redface.gif

 

 

They already did..

 

The best in it's class ever by many audiophiles estimations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And they make 70mm driver headphones.

 

VIVA LA SONY!!!!

I wanna be wrong about the Godzilla cans,,,,,,I wanna be wrong. 


Edited by Hawaiibadboy - 8/7/14 at 8:06pm
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They already did..

The best in it's class ever by many audiophiles estimations.















And they make 70mm driver headphones.

VIVA LA SONY!!!!
I wanna be wrong about the Godzilla cans,,,,,,I wanna be wrong. 

These were made when?

1980-something?

I think they sell for big bucks still on the second user market whenever one turns up for sale - would love to hear them (and bass/paper test them evil_smiley.gif )

Yeah - here's hoping SONY produce a genuine "GET OFF MY LAWN" set of monster cans to set the world on fire and bassheads a subterranean bass experience biggrin.gif
Edited by cb3723 - 8/7/14 at 7:37pm
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Styled in Italy, based in America, manufactured in China?


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that's pretty blurry cb.
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The best bass I've ever heard would have to be in the TH900.

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These were made when?

1980-something?

I think they sell for big bucks still on the second user market whenever one turns up for sale - would love to hear them (and bass/paper test them evil_smiley.gif )

Yeah - here's hoping SONY produce a genuine "GET OFF MY LAWN" set of monster cans to set the world on fire and bassheads a subterranean bass experience biggrin.gif
reading into it, 3,000 Sony MDR-R10's were made, (the wooden one hbb posted a pic of) and they only occasionally go up for sale, and cost usually around 6,000$... *whistles*
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The best bass I've ever heard would have to be in the TH900.

 Their tests were very impressive and the listening is legendary.

I believe Jude has a set infront of him on the front page of Head-fi now.

They are EPIC.

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 Their tests were very impressive and the listening is legendary.

I believe Jude has a set infront of him on the front page of Head-fi now.

They are EPIC.

Yea I love mine too!

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Yea I love mine too!

 

 

They are quite impressive to bassheads and audiophiles...and THAT'S impressive

 

 

video courtesy of @cb3723 

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Hoorayyy!! Glad to see the Sony "tires" are on there.:wink_face: Shame they don't make these anymore. The new MDR-XBs looks plain. 

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that's pretty blurry cb.

Yeah I quickly took it with my iPad then mirrored the "Assembled in a China" part so members wouldn't have to dislocate their necks to read it upright confused_face_2.gif

It was just simply to show how v-moda mark their retail boxes - not an entry for a photo competition biggrin.gifwink.gif
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Yea I love mine too!

The hardest hitting "audiophile" headphone currently in production and technically and sonically brilliant. biggrin.gif


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Hoorayyy!! Glad to see the Sony "tires" are on there.wink_face.gif Shame they don't make these anymore. The new MDR-XBs looks plain.



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Edited by cb3723 - 8/8/14 at 2:24am
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The best bass I've ever heard would have to be in the TH900.

The crazy thing is my Lawton modded D7000 is a match for my formerly owned TH900, also with Lawton mods.

Which makes sense since it's the same chassis.

Really, the D5000 I have stock is awfully close to my D7000 as well, just not as crisp (Lawton mods do make a difference).

Gents, out of vintage amps with tone controls used and loudness switch thrown these Denon/Fostex cans are epic and sound incredible.

Then we throw on the D7100...........another thumper to rival the earlier brethren.
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The crazy thing is my Lawton modded D7000 is a match for my formerly owned TH900, also with Lawton mods.

Which makes sense since it's the same chassis.

Really, the D5000 I have stock is awfully close to my D7000 as well, just not as crisp (Lawton mods do make a difference).

Gents, out of vintage amps with tone controls used and loudness switch thrown these Denon/Fostex cans are epic and sound incredible.

Then we throw on the D7100...........another thumper to rival the earlier brethren.

How dare you say anything negative about my TH900s (I'm kidding of course)!  That's interesting though about the Lawton mods.  I've only heard the D7100 for a relatively short period (10min) but I do remember the bass impact being as "rock your skull" as the D600 but I would still give the nod to the TH900 for better bass detail (my opinion of course).  I really wish Denon would drastically lower the price on the D7100 as I liked them more than the HD700.

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