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ATTICUS and EIKON, the new dynamic driver headphones from ZMF

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by hisoundfi, Oct 1, 2016.
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  1. ProfFalkin
     
    There is a common saying that everything is bigger in Texas.
     
    I believe the reference is that he has a big head, and that he lives in Texas.      
     
  2. SHAMuuu

    I'm a Canadian but we know that saying well.
     
    Also, watched King of The Hill , which is 'based in Texas;
     
  3. Sonic Defender Contributor
    Yes, maybe it is an age thing, but growing up it used to be a saying that people used about Texas, and I was using it in reference to the talk about bigger heads.
     
  4. Aleatorius
    Ah, I thought there was more to it - it seemed a bit random to me so I figured I'd ask for clarification.
     
     
    I'm Texan but I haven't watched much of King of the Hill.
    Gotcha, I do have a big head and I was born in Texas.
     
  5. Aleatorius
    Did anyone change their order based on the changes to the Atticus?
     
  6. mwhals

    I changed my order to add the Atticus to my Eikon order.
     
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  7. cglin222
    Mind if I ask which wood did you get for each and reason? Just wanted to get more info and opinions before I get mine
     
  8. DWbirdseye
    Not me, I'm sticking with my choice: Eikon padulk for a linear, more neutral approach with attack and fast transients.
     
  9. mwhals

    I ordered the Eikon in Cherry because I like lighter woods. I ordered the Atticus in Padauk to easily differentiate it from the Eikon. I was tempted to get both in Cherry.
     
  10. Sonic Defender Contributor
    You are obviously a drummer, nice looking kit in the avatar. I have played off and on for 30 years, but only ever managed to get so so due to too much off time and no professional lessons when I was first learning.
     
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  11. DWbirdseye
    Thanks! It is drum workshop kit, birdseye maple with a warm tone and fast attack due to raised bearing edges.
    30 years is a long time, you must know your way around a kit. :blush:
     
  12. JerryLeeds

    Same choices for me...
     
  13. Aleatorius
    I'm sticking with my Eikon in padauk but I'm still undecided on the Atticus until I can read some impressions of it in padauk.
     
  14. Sonic Defender Contributor
    I wish I was better, I certainly know I have innate ability, but I really suffer for the lack of training. Nothing I can't overcome mind you, but what killed my drumming these last few decades has been very bad tendinitis in my right arm. I actually sold my last two kits as I just couldn't keep playing without real pain and swelling. Despite what you hear, treating chronic tendinitis in the bicep and forearm is extremely difficult. I can't even throw a baseball or a Frisbee for that matter so drumming for now is just not happening. Anyway, sorry for being OT everybody, but that is a gorgeous kit mate. Send me a link to any YouTube you may have posted of your jamming, I always enjoy hearing others hit the skins. Cheers.
     
  15. PacoTaco
     
    Paduak will probably balance out the wider nature of the soundstage (as I believe the bigger pores add depth.) It'll also be slightly faster in the decay, if that is your thing.
     
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