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Dec 21, 2012 at 7:37 AM Post #5,176 of 6,356

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Great minds think alike. 
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They sure like their cans.
 
Dec 21, 2012 at 10:39 AM Post #5,180 of 6,356

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When your entire Amazon wishlist is made up of far too expensive headphones that you will probably never actually buy.


Amazon Wish List:
1. Sennheiser Orpheus
2. STAX 009
3. An amp for EACH of them.
 
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Dec 21, 2012 at 3:13 PM Post #5,182 of 6,356

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And what exactly is wrong with this statement? 
 
Beats, not so much, but the Aviators and the Mix Master Mike from SC are actually REALLY good headphones. 


mostly looked as a fashion statement, DJ use.
 
i see the SC Aviators and MMM like the B&W P5. portable mid-fi use with nice looks and good sound.
the aviators would look decent in a Portable setup.
the MMM of course, for DJ use.
 
but i wouldnt put either in a home setup...
 
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And what exactly is wrong with this statement? 
 
Beats, not so much, but the Aviators and the Mix Master Mike from SC are actually REALLY good headphones. 


mostly looked as a fashion statement, DJ use.
 
i see the SC Aviators and MMM like the B&W P5. portable mid-fi use with nice looks and good sound.
the aviators would look decent in a Portable setup.
the MMM of course, for DJ use.
 
but i wouldnt put either in a home setup...

The P5 is ugly, just like all of B&W's offerings.
 
But that's beside the point. Regardless of what they're seen as or meant to be used as, the aviators and MMM are good headphones. When did being a home headphone come into play? Your statement is a complete non-sequitur.
 
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Dec 21, 2012 at 5:58 PM Post #5,185 of 6,356

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The orpheus comes with an amp >_>

Supposed to, but there are other ways to drive it...
 
Also, tried the 009 with RSA A-10 and WOOOHEE that is a smexy combo.
 
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When you look at your MPG readout on your car, see the AVG led, and think it says AKG
 
Dec 21, 2012 at 8:37 PM Post #5,187 of 6,356

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when these are what you'd expect your favourite speakers to be



yeah, i know this a headphone forum, and yeah these things are overpriced, but their promise of concert-like reproduction has me enraptured

they're jamo r909, and as fair as i know, you can build copies pretty cheaply

still want
 
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You forget to go to work because you are listening to 'in agadda da vidda' and lose all sense of self...
 
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When you rip old-school music so when you let someone else listen to your rig they can notice the difference.
 
I did this and ended up liking all of what I've ripped even if I'm a 90's kid.
 
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