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Hmm I'm not sure how I missed that, when was that announced? I was wishfully thinking it'd be around the $500 mark.
I know this is the 2016 thread but the new 2017 C32HG70 popped up on newegg and is set to go on sale June 26th. I was more interested int he 27" model than the 32 but after looking at the price of the 32, I'm afraid that the price on the 27 will be a bit out of my league.
I've had really good luck buying/selling Audio Equipment on Reddit. I assume video game collectibles would work there as well. Just as long as you deal in PayPal or in person you should be fine. Did a quick search and this seems like a popular place, I assume it be a good place to sell collectibles as well - https://www.reddit.com/r/GameSale/ Just an FYI, Don't forget to read the rules on the sidebar!
Must of been mistaken then, I thought they were coming out with new revisions at CES 2017.
From my understanding they were supposed to come out with a new revision for 2017.
Hopefully this is true and the new monitors will be available from Amazon on January 27th.Link to the article
Where do you see them for $294? The cheapest I've been able to find them is 348 on Amazon.
Edit: Nevermind I saw your thoughts on the nighthawks above. Thanks for posting.Good to hear from someone who has the HD650's. The soundstage/imaging is bizarre, maybe I won't go as far as saying it's terrible but not good. It's far left, middle, far right, it sounds unnatural.Been thinking of picking up the nighthawks as a second headphone off the used market for a while now. Maybe I should just take the plunge.
Your ramblings are fine. I'll agree, I love how comfy the HD600's are the headband is perfect and they're so light, I can wear them for hours with no fatigue. The only downfall, although very slight is the ear pads and clamping force. I'd have to give that to my prior headphones the SoundMagic HP200's.
I owned the SoundMagic HP200 and thought it was a fantastic headphone. I preferred it to the Sennheiser HD 598's which I also owned for a bit.The HP200 excels at punchy bass, soundstage, and imaging. It can be somewhat of an analytical headphone but I found the sound signature to be very fun an engaging. Downsides are the mid-range is a bit lean and the treble is bright. It's a headphone that will do well unamped but can sound better depending on amplifier.In regards to...
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