1. SeniorBrother

    (SOLD)STAX SRD 7 mk2

    Hello,SOLD today I am selling my STAX SRD-7 mk2 for $225 including shipping (conus) and PayPal fees. This unit has a both a pro bias 5 pin and a normal bias 6 pin, for both new and old stax. I upgraded to a diy amp and no longer need it. I used it with an emotiva a-100. I have heard of some...
  2. BushkaNicke

    [SOLD]Stax Lambda Signature (w/ vesper audio pads) and SRD 7 Pro

    I have an interesting pair of lambda signatures that were modified and refurbished by stax. The headband was replaced with a 404 headband, driver foam was replaced, and a newer looking driver housing was added around the old driver (shown in pictures). Im not sure why these modifications were...
  3. SteakWay

    The Original Stax SR-Lambda (Normal Bias) w/ SRD-7, Great Condition!

    What I'm selling here is the cream of the crop of vintage Stax earspeakers, the original Lambdas. These were manufactured from 1979-1982. Because of this, they can be quite hard to find, especially in great condition. Along with the Stax, I have a mint condition SRD-7. These headphones are the...
  4. SteakWay

    Stax Original Normal Bias SR-Lambdas w/ SRD-7 Energizer SOLD

    Up for sale is my pair of the original Stax SR-Lambda’s. These are the normal, 6-pin bias. They come with an SB SRD-7 energizer which connects to the speaker output of an amplifier. Stax are known for having a slight channel imbalance, and these are unfortunately no exception. The left...
  5. TheGadaffiDuck

    Woo Audio Wee vs Stax SRD-7 pro/mk2 vs other?

    I own a Woo Audio Wee, and i am looking for other energizers to power my Stax with, if it will make a difference or not sound-wise. I am running my Woo Wee on a Bryston 2B-LP, which is powering SR-007 Mk2s (port mod). Would exercise the idea of finding an energizer i can run off a powerful...
  6. ninjasquirrel

    Stax SRD-7 Modded Pro Bias Energizer

    I used the SRD7 along with my L700, and it ran it just fine. I terminated the SRD7 in 4 pin XLR, but that is easily changed if you own a soldering iron. I used mine with a Audio GD NFB-28, which did a superb job.