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yo seeking!!!!

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by SARSdealer, Mar 29, 2004.

  1. SARSdealer

    SARSdealer 12oz Junior Member

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    yo seeking!!!!

    Discussion started by SARSdealer - Mar 29, 2004

    i remember you said somthing about a pair of headphones you bought for your ipod on canal street, i was wondering what type they were and where you bought them at...please hook it up and when i reply u can delete this...thanks kidd.
     
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  2. Dirty_habiT

    Dirty_habiT Dirty Dozen Crew

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    Dirty_habiT - Replied Mar 29, 2004

    PMB got some too... they're expensive as hell I think... for some earphones.
     
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  3. fethasmcgraw

    fethasmcgraw 12oz Junior Member

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    fethasmcgraw - Replied Mar 29, 2004

    i think they were called SHURE's
     
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  4. Telo

    Telo 12oz Elite Member

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    Telo - Replied Mar 29, 2004

    yeah, or the new ones they have out called "whydontyoujustPMthemotherfucker".
     
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  5. Poop Man Bob

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    Poop Man Bob - Replied Mar 29, 2004

    I still maintain the position that $80 isn't too much to spend on a pair of earphones that you'll use everyday.

    Anyway, this is the thread seeking made about his earphones. Here's the thread about mine.
     
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  6. synaps

    synaps 12oz Senior Member

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    synaps - Replied Mar 29, 2004

    if you want really good headphones ... and are planning on spending the 80clams

    please ... trust me on this one ... and spend an extra 40 on a pair of sony vdj700's or the new pioneers that are out





    you children will thank me
     
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  7. <KEY3>

    <KEY3> 12oz Veteran Member

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    <KEY3> - Replied Mar 29, 2004

    I know a guy who bought a microphone for over a thousand dollars.
    He's a producer with some good credits, but I see the justification.

    helll... software and even gimic hardware will be outdates as soon as you get the box open,
    but classic tube technology and microphes (headphones too) are worth the money)











    BEHOLD...... the most intense headphones EVER!
    (complete with radio tube pre-amplification)

    [​IMG]

    # eatures: Electrostatic transducer principle
    # 1 micrometer diaphragm, gold-plated (vapor technique)
    # Electrodes made from special glass
    # High end valve (electronic tube) amplifier
    # All valve analog signal path
    # On-board dedicated bitstream digital to analog converter

    Technical Data - Headphone
    # Transducer Principle Electrostatic
    # Ear coupling Circumaural
    # Frequency response 7-100,000 Hz (-10 dB) 14-85,000 Hz (-6 dB) 25-75,000 Hz (-3 dB)
    # Frequency range Equalized for comparable diffuse field control
    # Distortion < 0.01%
    # Nominal sensitivity (U=100 V) Greater than or equal to 98 dB/1 kHz
    # Polarization voltage 500 V
    # Contact pressure 4.6 N
    # Weight (without cable) 12.9 oz
    # Connector 5-pin HV plug
    # Connection cable 10 ft, 6-core copper cable (OFC), gold plated contacts

    Technical Data - Amplifier
    # Frequency response 10-20,000 Hz @ -0.25 dB
    # Distortion (1 kHz) < 0.01%
    # Unrated signal-to-noise ratio Greater than or equal to 80 dB
    # Sensitivity/impedance 10 kohms
    # Talk over muting (1 kHz) Greater than or equal to 80 dB
    # Output voltage 400 Veff
    # Line inputs (switchable) Optical, digital (Toslink) coaxial, digital (RCA phono) of incoming sampling frequency) coaxial, analog (RCA phono)
    # Outputs For 2 HE90 headphones
    # Weight Approx. 13 kg
    # Dimensions 53 x 34 x 15.5 cm


    Sennheiser Orpheus Electrostatic Circumaural Headphone 0653orpheus$14,900.00
     
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  8. mr.yuck

    mr.yuck 12oz Veteran Member

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    mr.yuck - Replied Mar 29, 2004

    But they make things sound better than real life. Right?
     
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