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The Audio Technica W3000ANV Thread

Discussion in 'High-end Audio Forum' started by macedonianhero, Oct 4, 2012.
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  1. Mach3
     
    I totally agree with the statement. However, take it from a production point of view. When you sell about 1000 unit, the power of the multiplier really hurts (1000 x $15) $15000
     
  2. Show
     
    I'm not a manufacturing mogul so that may very well be the case. I run a high end service business and I pass the cost onto the client. My surveys suggests that our target market is very happy to absorb margincal costs associated with keeping options open and is foundational.
     
    I wouldn't be surprised that the bottom liners make these cuts because they are used to dealing with clients/customers that fall under the bell curve.
     
  3. EveTan
    Anyone willing to part with their ANVs for a reasonable price? 
     
    always the cycle of not having enough money when they're posted, and then buying something else when I do save enough...
     
  4. up late
    for a reasonable price, no. :wink:
     
  5. musicman59
    What is a "reasonable" price?......
     
  6. Mach3
     
    There one listed in the trade forum for $1100, that's pretty reasonable.
     
  7. EveTan
     
    Pretty much this:
    1100-1200 range. 
     
  8. Mach3
    Here you go grasshopper :)
     
    http://www.head-fi.org/t/768200/audio-technica-ath-w3000anv
     
  9. EveTan
    Thanks! Wish me luck :D
     
  10. EveTan
    And done. Will be receiving it when the seller (not that particular listing, it is still open if anyone is interested) ships it out. Woo~ Excited!
     
  11. up late
    congrats. have you heard one before?
     
  12. EveTan
    Nope! 
     
    I've owned the TH900 before and couldn't take the recessed vocals. 
    So based off of reviews and friends who listen to the same music as me, I've decided to try these out. 
     
  13. MacedonianHero Contributor
     
    I agree that the TH900s had recessed mids, but they weren't as bad as the D7000. I really liked the W3000s when I owned, but found their mids a bit on the honky side (and too forward). Something in-between would have been perfect. Currently the Sony Z7s are my closed headphone (I don't need closed headphones as often as I used to).
     
  14. up late

    vocals won't sound recessed on these :)
     
  15. r one
    I agree. TH900 mids are not recessed but cold.
     
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