The Stax Thread III
Sep 22, 2022 at 9:53 AM Post #22,907 of 25,436
Decided to try my hand at Yahoo Auctions JP. Took a punt on a SR 407. :) Enjoying it right now.

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Sep 22, 2022 at 10:27 AM Post #22,908 of 25,436
Decided to try my hand at Yahoo Auctions JP. Took a punt on a SR 407. :) Enjoying it right now.

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Decent site if you can find sellers willing to ship out of the country. Enjoy the new cans!
 
Sep 23, 2022 at 3:16 PM Post #22,909 of 25,436
Glad to report that we could finally have a happy family gathering of four generations ... of STAX flagship headphones :)

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Sep 23, 2022 at 5:39 PM Post #22,910 of 25,436
Glad to report that we could finally have a happy family gathering of four generations ... of STAX flagship headphones :)

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Flagships rocking some of the best headphone stands ever. I like it!
 
Sep 24, 2022 at 3:29 AM Post #22,911 of 25,436
Hi y’all

I have a big head and SR007 and SRX9k.

I get a much better seal with X9k. I also experienced the fart for the first time while wearing them. With SR007 the bottom of the drivers seem to lift off my head, breaking the seal.

Other than a nice ribbon tying them on, is there any other adjustment I can do to the band to change this? Or the cup rotation? (Of the latter I’m not sure what the ideal setting is.)
 
Sep 25, 2022 at 5:40 PM Post #22,914 of 25,436
With the 007, rotate the pads so that the seam points at your temple. This way, the thick part of the earpad is behind and below the ear and the thin part is towards the temple. Also, you can bend the headband, it's made of spring steel and is designed to be bent into shape. Lastly, the elastic can be a bit short for some people, but with a little bit of DIY you can replace it with a longer one.
 
Sep 25, 2022 at 10:30 PM Post #22,915 of 25,436
Flagships rocking some of the best headphone stands ever. I like it!
Not familiar with them. Brand and link by any chance?
 
Sep 26, 2022 at 3:45 AM Post #22,916 of 25,436
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Sep 30, 2022 at 3:05 AM Post #22,918 of 25,436
Hi,

I need suggestion/help... I'm close to buy a L300Limited + srm-006Ts, I've a doubt about the 006Ts... if I'm right (but I'm a real rookie about Stax world) the 006Ts has, compared to the prevoius 006T, the "safety" resistors at the output... now, here are couple of pics
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in the second picture you can see the resistor at the output... but in the first picture, taken on the other side of the pcb with light in background, you can see that resistor is shortcircuited... ?
Does it make any sense? a short circuit in praxis eliminate the resistor from the circuit... or in this case we have completely new rules about how short circuit act?
Question is: is this upgraded version, from 006T to 006Ts, really safer, as should be, or ?
I would like to understand... thks in advance for help
 

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