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post #106 of 290
What we should do is a Headphile.com CD3000 Woody group buy....
post #107 of 290
I heard a rumor that those woodie -tweaked CD3000s sound alike up to about 80% of the R10s...is that true?
post #108 of 290
Count me in if it is near or lower than $250. Most unlikely but hey, it's worth a shot.
post #109 of 290
Have you guys found the volunteer? If not I can probably do it(not until the after the 14th of Aug. though) I have a company to use as the front. Just need to give me some details thats all.
post #110 of 290
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Originally Posted by nichifanlema
I heard a rumor that those woodie -tweaked CD3000s sound alike up to about 80% of the R10s...is that true?
Not the ones I've heard. The CD3000 and R10 share a similar flavor of imaging, but their tonality and sound stage shape are quite different.

-Ed
post #111 of 290
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Originally Posted by Edwood
Not the ones I've heard. The CD3000 and R10 share a similar flavor of imaging, but their tonality and sound stage shape are quite different.

-Ed
And the drivers are completely different (the most important thing) IMO to try to make a R-10 out of a CD3000 is plain silly, the cost of parts is extremelly different, so there is no way they could sound alike...If you want the R-10 sound, you have to get the R-10...there is no other way....
post #112 of 290
For ~250 I'll buy one
post #113 of 290
Ed, do you have an R-10? Or, do you just like hamsters wearing R-10s?

IMO, the R-10s are fugly. Still, I wouldn't mind owning a pair. HEH.
post #114 of 290
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Originally Posted by harkamus
Still, I wouldn't mind owning a pair.
Master of understatement. Left testicle donations anyone?
post #115 of 290
I am in on the unlikely event you can get them around $250.
post #116 of 290
Quote:
Originally Posted by harkamus
Ed, do you have an R-10? Or, do you just like hamsters wearing R-10s?

IMO, the R-10s are fugly. Still, I wouldn't mind owning a pair. HEH.
Oh he has 'em all right! I've been graced with their presence on several occations, and they are much less, uhm fugly in person, especially after you hear 'em
post #117 of 290
Like I said earlier, I'm in...if a number is needed, I'd say $250 is my sweet spot.
post #118 of 290
Count me in guys, I also want to buy the sony cd3k, would be nice to get it less.
post #119 of 290
Quote:
Originally Posted by harkamus
Ed, do you have an R-10? Or, do you just like hamsters wearing R-10s?

IMO, the R-10s are fugly. Still, I wouldn't mind owning a pair. HEH.
Harkamus Mamoo..

Once you hear the R-10s you will learn to give them the respect they deserve..

The R-10s sound magical... They are also much more beautiful in person than in pics on the web..

I wish I could own an R-10 based system with a matching source and amp !!

*wipes the drool off the floor with a sheepish grin*
post #120 of 290
Don't forget that we're putting head-fi itself at risk here. This website isn't really "low profile" and people could easily find out what's going on. If the experts say that this is all well and good then fine, but we better be pretty sure of that before we proceed.
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