Far too much for far too many hours for far too little money
motorbike, photography, Photoshop, web design, annoying my significant other
motorbike riding, photography, Photoshop, home recording.
Beyerdynamics DT831, Sennheiser PX100 and PX200-II, AKG K518DJ, , Audio Technica W1000, Audio Technica ATH ES55. Also somewhere gathering dust, Sennheiser HD230. PX200 first generation
Beyer DT880: very nice, but clinical and not very isolating. Sold them because I needed the money for buying W1000;
AKG K290 Surround: bought them to try out surround, but underwhelming. Not bad as normal stereo cans, but like most AKG, a bit too small for my head;
Denon AH-D510R: just bad. Nuf said
Senn HD430: they were in a box containing about 30 cans that I bought for 50 euros. I replaced the pads, very good isolation,very comfortable, but very lean on the highs.
Headphone Amp Inventory:
Novation Nio (DAC and amp)
Sold: Corda Move
Yamaha CD changer, Sony SACD player, Ipod Classic black 160G: Winamp on HP laptop with Novation Nio as DAC and amp when using headphones, with Onkyo media transport ND-S1 when using speakers.
Other Audio Equipment:
Yamaha DVD player, MD player and Surround Receiver, Tannoy Berkeley main speakers, Tannoy Sixes for centre and surround
pads on the headband of ES55 that once belonged to PX100
Country, Country Rock, New Age, Classical, Folk. All music done well, really
nuts about music and audio gear from the age of 10.
AT W1000, Beyer DT831, Senn PX100 and PX200-II, AKG K518DJ; ATH ES55, Yamaha and Sony sources for CD and SACD; Fiio F17, iPod Classic 160 GB for off base use. "I'm not young enough to know everything" . - Oscar Wild -
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