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    Audio Technica W1000 Thread

    Works great with Chord Mojo!
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    EQ and recording quality matters most?

    Trying to accurately evaluate the merits of different equipment in a shop demo is difficult. The best option is to find a dealer with a good return policy, or even better willing to lend you a selection of headsets (possibly against a reasonable deposit), which you then can compare in the...
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    Foobar 2000 Screenshot Thread

    Here`s my layout, nothing fancy, just fiddled around a bit with Colums UI:   ,   And admittedly a pretty fancy VST EQ (the SLP Passeq):    
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    Pictures of Your Portable Rig [Part XIII]

    Quote: Originally Posted by Young Spade oeyhamre That setup looks awesome. Kudos man. I really, really want an iQube haha. Thanks, the iQube really is a piece of art and it makes ecellent sounds as well Quote: Originally Posted by hydora oeyhamre, I was really...
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    Pictures of Your Portable Rig [Part XIII]

    Here`s a few pictures of my rig: Attachment 27361 Attachment 27363 Attachment 27364 Cowon D2 8G with 32G card, diy cable, iQube V1 and Westone UM3X.
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    List of Low/ Mid-Priced Analog Source Owners on Head-Fi

    Very happy with my SL1200MKII bought in 1984. It`s been spinning problemfree all that time, just needing a few drops of oil down the bearing every few years. Currently a Shure M97XE is mounted in the stock arm. The rig is presently spinning an old russian pressing of Sgt.Peppers directly...
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    vinyl rig in process, opinion on TT

    If you want an alternative to the Origin Live/Rega upgrade, look here: Technics SL1200 SL1210 -* SL-1210 SL1200* modifications When funds allow I`m going for the Jelco SA-750 arm and the PSU upgrade.
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    Replacement earpads for Sony MDR-F1

    Many thanks for your help, I`m going to try audiocubes2. And its 60$ a pair by the way.
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    How loud is too loud...

    You are much more likely to sustain hearing damage with headset. The transducers are just cm. from your eardrums so the level you start making damage is also much lower. It is extremly important to watch your sound level when listening to music. I work as a live soundengineer in a small venue...
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    On location mixing/monitoring

    I second the AKG K240, only it`s an open headset and sound leaking in/out might be a problem. Good pro closed I`ve tried are the Beyerdynamic DT770 and AKG K271 (now in MKII).
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    How Loud is loud? My left ear is aching sometimes.

    It is extremly important to watch your sound level when listening to music. I work as a live soundengineer in a small venue and I`m always monitoring the conserts I mix with a sound level meter. At a 1-2 hour concert I never let the average level over 85 - 90 dBA, and never a peak level over 105...
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    What headphones do you have, and what do you still want?

    Have (and like a lot): ATH-W1000, the most comfy closed headphone I`ve ever tried. I also love the sound, with some subtle Eq these really sing! Sony MDR F1, the most comfy open headphones I`ve ever tried. (As you can see I value comfort highly, as I often spend hours listening). Had: AKG...
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    Which IEM? Q-jays, SE420 or SE530

    Just found a vendor selling 530s for 560 USD. Also, how do the Q-jays stack up against the Shure phones?
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    Sony MDR-F1 has anyone heard these?

    I`ve enjoyed my pair of F1`s for almost 9 years now. They`re one of the most comfy headsets out there. The sound is very open and detailed, bass is a bit weak but tight and detailed. Compared to the K1000 I had the bass is more present in the F1. The F1 has many of the qualities I liked with the...
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