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  1. timb5881

    STAX SR-X mk3 and SRD-7/SB

    Sorry inside diameter is 50mm not 75mm outer is 75mm
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    STAX SR-X mk3 and SRD-7/SB

    The inner diameter is about 75 mm and the outer is about 75 mm. The thickness is about 10-15 mm.
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    STAX SR-X mk3 and SRD-7/SB

    I kind of doubt angled pads would work all that well as these sit on the ear not around them. But you never know they may work great.
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    STAX SR-X mk3 and SRD-7/SB

    You can eq them but you will not get deep loud bass as the drivers are only 50mm in diameter. But other than that they eq very well.
  5. timb5881

    KOSS ESP-950 Thread

    You can check over at Birgir’s web site: https://mjolnir-audio.com/
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    Audeze CRBN Interview, Review, Measurements

    I am interested in the CRBN because of the new idea for the diaphragm. It seems these are not coated with a conductive solution like other electrostatic headphones. Will the nanotubes increase or decrease sensitivity and will it loose conductivity ie balance?
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    Vali 2 tube rolling

    I had the feet on 2 of my Audio Alchemy DTI units that were stack melt
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    Rank the Headphones that You Own.

    I am only going to list the ones I actually use currently: 1- Koss ESP950 tied with Stax Sogma Pro 3- Stax Lambda 404 4- Stax iem SR002 5- Nectar Pollinator 6- Koss Port A Pro
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    The Stax Thread III

    I paid $300 for my SRD-7 Pro a while back. I see them on eBay maybe twice a year and often for a lot more money. I can here differences with different amps, so the transformer has advantages in that manner plus buying speaker amps is usually less expensive than buying electrostatic headphone...
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    The Stax Thread III

    There was a a guy in Hong Kong who does.
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    The Stax Thread III

    I just rechecked and I still see 3 Sigma’s listed one from Great Britain. And yes the prices are at to high. I would think a Pro in great shape with new pads should run $1500 or less and a normal bias same condition should run $1000 or less
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    the electrostat appreciation thread

    I have had my Koss ESP950 electrostatics for almost thirty years now. I have added several other electrostatic headphones since then. My second pair was a Stax SRX3 Mik III normal bias and SRD-7 transformer given to me. Those sat in storage for many years until I tried them again, love then...
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    STAX SIGMAS COMPARED, LOW BIAS, SIGMA PRO AND SIGMA/404

    For anyone interested, there are 2 nb Sigma’s and 1 pro for sale on eBay. Prices are steep.
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    The Stax Thread III

    For anyone interested, there are 3 Stax Sigma headphones for sale on eBay. Prices are steep, but if you are looking! 2 are normal bias and one is pro.
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    What Are You Listening To Right Now? -New thread, new rules. Please read them.

    Oscar Peterson. We Get Requests
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    The Stax Thread III

    If you have the money to spare, the srs 3030 will give you a different perspective. Plus if you wanted to upgrade your Sigma to pro then you have a pro driver to do so
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    What Are You Listening To Right Now? -New thread, new rules. Please read them.

    The Alan Parsons Group Eye in the Sky The Jeff Beck Group Truth
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    Nectar Pollinator headphones a $285 electrostat that might surprise you

    The pro has high bias only, not sure how it compares to the SRM-252
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    Nectar Pollinator headphones a $285 electrostat that might surprise you

    The SRD-X is an entry level amp that can be run with batteries or ac . The Nectar is a about 3-6 dB less sensitive than the average Stax electrostatic. While I would think the SRD-X drive them, you would get better results with a more powerful amp.
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    Nectar Pollinator headphones a $285 electrostat that might surprise you

    I have the Pollinator and the Stax SRD-7 pro not the same but they sound good together
  21. timb5881

    KOSS ESP-950 Thread

    Not bad
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