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    Reply to review by 'morethansense' on item 'Logitech Surround Sound Speakers Z506 (980-000430)'

    All you gotta do is buy two RCA cables...
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    Reply to review by 'morethansense' on item 'Noble 4'

    I'm coming up on owning these for six months and I really must agree with your illustrations. It took me a good month for my ears to really capture how revealing, precise and honest these phones are, and I honestly believe that it hasn't been due to any change in sonic signature, simply my hearing.
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    Review by 'morethansense' on item 'Noble 4'

    Here are my very brief impressions after listening to this earphone for approximately 12 hours without burn in. Very early stages, I know. Sampling artists I used include John Mayer, Katharine McPhee, Brooke Fraser, Kina Grannis. Currently owned in-ears: Shure SE215 (3 years), Sennheiser IE8...
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    Reply to review by 'morethansense' on item 'Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 2 In/2 Out USB Recording Audio Interface'

    I use a pair of KRK Rokit 6's and they work perfectly fine. It should work fine with any set of monitors 'cos they'd all have to be active/seperately amped. The BX8's connectivity is fine with both balanced and unbalanced jacks it should be easy to hook up. With regards to the PCI interface...
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    Reply to review by 'morethansense' on item 'Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 2 In/2 Out USB Recording Audio Interface'

    There's a 1/4'' stereo jack specifically for headphones at the front, or dual mono 1/4'' jacks at the back which you can use to hook it up to your headphone amps. Your cans are pretty low impedance, so they'd do pretty well. I'd still run then with amp whenever I could, though. I can run my...
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    Review by 'morethansense' on item 'Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 2 In/2 Out USB Recording Audio Interface'

    Amps are really low-noise, even when cranked up. Feels good with metal shell, but still lightweight. Halo indicators are pretty useful for general levels.   Clips easily. Max level input -3dBu means you'll probably need a DI still.
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    Review by 'morethansense' on item 'Shure SRH840'

    After burn-in and listening to them for a hundred hours or so, plus live mix time this is my perspective on their audio. Coming from Sennheiser HD280 Pros and Shure SE215s, these seem to be amazingly balanced.  They have the incredible Shure warmth and vocal clarity, but still extend their...
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    Review by 'morethansense' on item 'Logitech Surround Sound Speakers Z506 (980-000430)'

    This set is in no way flat, response wise, but I bought them because I wanted to be able to watch movies with decent audio quality without headphones.    The sub is pretty decent. Too small for proper sub-bass, but bass and mid-bass are plentiful. Does tend to distort when pushed hard, and...
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    Reply to review by 'morethansense' on item 'Shure SE215'

    In regards to the cable, it's not very easy to kink them, but they're definitely more prone to kinks relative to other cables. i.e. other cables would have to be bent a lot more or squished harder to create a semi-permanent kink. These just seem less resilient to being pinched or crimped. I have...
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    Review by 'morethansense' on item 'Shure SE215'

    I use these mainly for when I'm on stage or when I'm mixing live, running around adjusting a muzo's in-ears/wedges.   These are perfect. For 100bucks anyway.   But the unique thing about these I've never experience before is that it makes me want to see how far I can turn down any track...
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