Marching Band, Music.
Electronics of all types, especially computers.
Sony MDR-7506, Apple in-ear earbuds (the better more expensive ones) Etymonic 6i, Sennheiser HD 280 Pro's, Sony MDR-XB700's, Etymonic HF2.
Headphone Amp Inventory:
None unfortunately, looking at a FiiO E7 in my near future.
Lots of Mediabridge products, they make just as high quality cables as Monster in my opinion and they charge far less.
Other Audio Equipment:
Bedroom: Polk Audio PSW10 powered subwoofer, 2 Polk Audio Monitor 60's, Sony STR-DG720 amplifier/ receiver. I connect my laptop and iPhone using an old 1st gen Apple TV and stream music using airplay. Upstairs: Sony STR-DG820 Polk Audio PSW10 powered subwoofer, Infinity SAT 1100 Center channel, Infinity SAT 1100 Left channel, Infinity SAT 1100 Right channel. Living Room: Harmon Kardon AVR 2600 receiver/ amplifier. Polk Audio PSW10 powered subwoofer, Infinity SAT-1100 Center, Right, and Left channels (3 total). I use second generation Apple TV on this setup so I can stream music to my bedroom and the living room at the same time.
Trance, Techno, Dubstep, Pop, Hard Rock, Soundtrack.
2006 MacBook (white, and yes it still works) iPhone 4, iPod Nano (1st gen) Nintendo DS Lite, PS3 (fat 60GB Version, yes it also still works) 52 inch Sony Bravia TV, Apple TV (1st gen) Apple TV (2nd gen), DirecTV DVR, Late 2009 24 inch iMac with 3,06 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo and AMD Radeon HD 4850 Graphics Card.
Apple fanboy with a serious interest in Pro Audio equipment.
headphones I own: Sony MDR-7506, Sennheiser HD 280 Pro's, Sony MDR-XB700, Etymonic hf2's, Etymonic 6i, Apple in ear earbuds. My room's sound system consists of a Sony STR-DG720 7.1 channel, 105 per channel amplifier/ receiver, a Polk Audio PSW-10 powered subwoofer, two Polk Audio Monitor 60's. I have an ancient MacBook (2006 model), iMac 2009 (24-inch) 3.06 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, ATI Radeon HD 4850 graphics card 8 GB of RAM, 1 TB Hard Drive (7200 RPM) iPhone 4, iPod Nano (1st gen, old 4 GB) IPod Classic (2nd gen, very old, 10 GB) and a PS3 "Phat" 60 GB (very first backwards compatible version). I am an Apple fanboy, if you couldn't tell already.
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