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Mitchell & Johnson - Electrostatz, 2 way hybrid, Headphones Appreciation and Impressions Thread!

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by barondla, Dec 5, 2016.
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  1. RockStar2005
    Oh ok. Yeah I took a look at those as well. The S 815 looks pretty nice. Don't think I'd need a pre-amp (S 800) though. But yeah I'd keep them in mind if and when my Denon goes bad, though the price seems pretty high. lol I bought my Denon AVR-1612 in 2012 for about $400-$500? Still going strong. The S 815 sells for like $1600. Prob pass. lol But the SAP-201V is like $388 on UK Amazon.
  2. RockStar2005
    Ahh ok. So I have to make sure I get a tuner/receiver then like my Denon. Got it! Thanks!!

    So I'd prob want something more like this, but it seems to be sold out everywhere. I'm gonna assume M&J are going to be putting out a updated tuner/receiver too?
  3. Jobbing
    re Tuner/receiver:
    Not necessarily (I prefer separate components and active speakers, to each his own) but you'll need to dig a bit deeper on that one if you're really interested.

    re M&J models:
    the 800 series is their TOTL and by far the most affordable compared to competitive products with those kind of specs, components and materials used.
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  4. RockStar2005
    Yeah I have the Denon receiver and my speakers are the Take Energy Classic 5.1. I'm very happy with them. Sound and look great! They come with a dedicated subwoofer included as well, which I really like cuz it's common knowledge that dedicated is ALWAYS better than integrated. Yeah the sub requires its own power source, but if the sound quality is gonna be better for it, then F it? What's one more outlet for better audio?! :L3000:

    Yeah at that price it better be their TOTL!! lol

    That's cool. Looks really nice!
  5. RockStar2005
    Only thing is I prob won't buy Denon again because I feel like they make the setup too complicated. I know I'm def NOT the only person who thinks that. lol
  6. HungryPanda
    Strange old world, I live in the UK (for now) and always buy Onkyo receivers for my home cinema needs
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  7. RockStar2005
    My cousin bought an Onkyo receiver and loved it. I however bought one and it had issues (would auto-turn off whenever I'd raise the volume even a little bit high), so I returned it. May have just been that particular model or maybe I just had a defective device? Who knows. lol
  8. ehjie
    How are they? (pics, plz)
  9. HungryPanda
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