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$1,200 (USD) or Best Offer
send a PM to take the next step.

For Sale or Trade:
FS/FT: Audio Technica W3000anv (Final Price Drop) TRADE FOR Noble K10

Will Ship To: Anywhere

These include everything including a copy of the original receipt.
I'm the second owner with the original box as well.
Headphones have one noticeable scratch which is pictured (you'd have to inspect them to see the micro-scratches which I'm sure you'd see on all of them).
Please do keep in mind I'm using a Leica lens that was made for macro shots ;P


My location is Canada so keep that in mind for shipping cost if you do decide to make an offer.

Buyer pays shipping and 3% fee for PayPal.
I'll even throw in a rubber band for the rubber band mod.

The ONLY IEMs I'm interested in are the Noble Audio Kaiser 10 customs
Thanks
Edited by GL1TCH3D - 8/24/14 at 9:41pm
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My main issue with these is that they're slow headphones. They sound fantastic on slower pieces (instrumentals and other slower pieces) but when it comes to more intense songs (rock-type songs) they start getting jumbled up.
 

 

Glad to see that my ears are working correctly :P

 

You should try the W5000 if you have the chance!

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My main issue with these is that they're slow headphones. They sound fantastic on slower pieces (instrumentals and other slower pieces) but when it comes to more intense songs (rock-type songs) they start getting jumbled up.

 

You may want to try the LCD-XC. Similar closed can but handle speed very good.

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Originally Posted by GL1TCH3D View Post

My main issue with these is that they're slow headphones. They sound fantastic on slower pieces (instrumentals and other slower pieces) but when it comes to more intense songs (rock-type songs) they start getting jumbled up.

You may want to try the LCD-XC. Similar closed can but handle speed very good.

I think if I'm going into 1.5k+ headphones I'd build a stax setup.
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Considering the price and rarity of 4070s, choose 2:

 

$1500, Stax, Closed

 

:P

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Glitch: I am interested in picking these up as my first pair of Hi Fi cans. What negoitable price are you asking for? Over $100?

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Glitch: I am interested in picking these up as my first pair of Hi Fi cans. What negoitable price are you asking for? Over $100?

Even adding a 0 to that 100 would be a bit low.
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Glitch: I am interested in picking these up as my first pair of Hi Fi cans. What negoitable price are you asking for? Over $100?

I'm assuming you found this thread through google and signed up just to post that?
Sorry to say but on head-fi we just put a value of $1 when we want people to make offers since it's assumed there will be negotiations anyway
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PM'd

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I'm assuming you found this thread through google and signed up just to post that?
Sorry to say but on head-fi we just put a value of $1 when we want people to make offers since it's assumed there will be negotiations anyway$1

$100 is pretty steep, I'm a high-roller though.  I offer $150.

 

 

But in all seriousness, these are my favorite headphones of all time.  Bought a pair, sold it and half a year later I knew I needed it back, leading up to my 2nd pair in January.  Good price for headphones everybody should try at least once.

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I'm assuming you found this thread through google and signed up just to post that?

Sorry to say but on head-fi we just put a value of $1 when we want people to make offers since it's assumed there will be negotiations anyway$1
$100 is pretty steep, I'm a high-roller though.  I offer $150.


But in all seriousness, these are my favorite headphones of all time.  Bought a pair, sold it and half a year later I knew I needed it back, leading up to my 2nd pair in January.  Good price for headphones everybody should try at least once.

Agreed. On certain tracks these sound magical. I wouldn't even be selling them if I didn't need money and the new Sony headphones weren't coming out
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