Music of all kinds. Science fiction and horror movies. Playing pc games.
Computer games, graphics and art of all sorts, poetry/inspirational quotes, horror and sci-fi movies and books. Writing once in a blue moon. Trips to museums. Trips to the movie theater if am not in a crowd tired mood but mostly dvd watching at home on the television or computer. Reading reviews on the internet about audio gear especially what i own to discover any possible tips about enjoying them more or just to remind me to be grateful of what I have. Reading up on how people deal with different stressors and coping mechanism or lack of :D
Audio Technica Ath AD700, Koss UR-40, Koss UR-40 with titanium drivers, Sony MDR XB-500, Shure SE115-K iem, Sony Wireless Stereo Headphones MDR-RF925R, Sennheiser HD-280 Pro, Ultrasone HFI-780, Vmoda Crossfade LP, HiFiMAN-HE 400.
Core i5 Intel Pc with onboard audio connected to a Magni headphone amp for music, gaming and movies. Have a Onkyo TX-8555 stereo receiver along with many bookshelf speakers in storage thanks to how great the Magni sounds converting me to a headphone setup only.
Sansa Fuze for portable outside use.
Other Audio Equipment:
JBL Control One bookshelf speakers. Samson MediaOne 3a pc speakers. Cerwin Vega XD3 pc speakers. Insignia Bass Reflex NS-B2111 and Polk TSi100 bookshelf speakers.
Using Peltor sound protection ear muffs (President) with my Shure SE115-k iem to enjoy complete sound isolation when the outside environment gets noisey.
Auralex Mopad Monitor Isolation Pads- great for keeping bass tight and treble clean on my JBL Control One bookshelf speakers and other speakers.
Industrial, New wave, Goth, Classical,Ambient,organ and cathedral style music, Rock,movie soundtracks etc.
Computers and video games especially Elder Scrolls and Fallout. Horror movie and model miniture figures. Old 1970s horror comic books like CREEPY, EERIE, VAMPIRELLA. Small weight set nothing compared to what i used to have when i could deadlift 350 and squat 372 pounds but it keeps my normal chubby chi self going these days. Huge collection of horror movies on dvd which replaced my old humongous collection of vhs tapes i had to get rid of when moving into a community residency program for the disabled due to space constraints of a small studio apartment. Thank goodness for miniaturization of everything as time lumbers forward.