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I'm shocked. [\end sarcasm]
. I've thought about it too. They have pretty nice instructions. Would be a great starter build.

I might. We'll see. I have to think about it due to cost, and whether I want to delve into the tube world or not.
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I was reading a build log and review of the Crack then added Speedball kit on another forum and they said while the stock Crack is a joy and relatively easy to build they ran into issues adding the Speedball that took them and another friend some time to troubleshoot and fix. Probably good to have someone handy with electronics available to help with the Speedball if something goes awry wink.gif . The end result of installing the Speedball was apparently worth the extra effort smile.gif .

If I go for it odds are I'll get both kits and go from there. Electronics shouldn't be too much of an issue, just a case of breaking all the rust off tongue.gif
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They seem to charge instantly. I never notice any change in sound with my SR-007. No burn-in either.
Go for it. Perhaps start with just the Crack and no Speedball, anyone can build that. See how that goes and once you have that down apply the Speedball upgrade.

We'll see how it goes. Won't lie for the cost it's more tempting to justify a Lyr 2 with lysst tubes (just in case, and to try them out) as they're close enough to the same price for Canadians... Lyr 2 is also open box, let it warm up, and enjoy.
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We'll see how it goes. Won't lie for the cost it's more tempting to justify a Lyr 2 with lysst tubes (just in case, and to try them out) as they're close enough to the same price for Canadians... Lyr 2 is also open box, let it warm up, and enjoy.

Plus the Lyr 2 offers so much tube rolling and the LISST like you say, so that's not a bad idea either. You should be able to make it sound just right for you. Just be careful tube rolling with it, people have broken tubes because they're only partially exposed which I dislike.
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Plus the Lyr 2 offers so much tube rolling and the LISST like you say, so that's not a bad idea either. You should be able to make it sound just right for you. Just be careful tube rolling with it, people have broken tubes because they're only partially exposed which I dislike.

Definitely things to keep in mind. Given its price in Canada atm though, I'd have to save up for a while... But I'd prefer to have the Lyr 2 over the Asgard 2 I feel. Not because of sound or anything, but the options and the possibility of liking tubes.
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i'm just more of a bass guy. /shrug JVC SZ2000 bass cannon kings with upgraded earpads (head fi reviews, and yes more than one, say it has better bass than high end LCD-2 bass) I have a feeling my t20rp will be retired.

edit: i am 28, its safe to say most guys my age I think are bass guys and hitting the clubs etc. when i am 35 with a kid or two yeah, i might be more into HD 800 S and STAX. things change. doesn't mean I also don't enjoy some Vivaldi/Mozart on the shp-9500 or pioneers, but i just don't think I should be doing end game right now, and ye thats my fault... z-reviews hype train got to me, and the srs-2170 may very well blow me away someday, the STAX I have are not those though, they sound amazing they really do, very pure and even cleaner than the shp-9500 which are said to rival hd 600... so that is impressive but i don't want pure i want fun lol
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i'm just more of a bass guy. /shrug JVC SZ2000 bass cannon kings with upgraded earpads

I own the SZ1000s. Be prepared to spend a long time tweaking EQ before you get that legendary rumble they're known for without destroying the other ranges.
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I like my headphones for anything that was made with an acoustic or real instrument, progressive and some metal and indsustrial (the Doom OST sounds awesome) and house music that work nicely with the headphones... for times when I need loads of bass that I can feel or want a kinetic push from my music I turn to the speakers and subwoofer biggrin.gif . The speakers are also mainly used for TV shows and movies as my computer room with headphones is geared for playing games and listening to music smile.gif .
   
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I like my headphones for anything that was made with an acoustic or real instrument, progressive and some metal and indsustrial (the Doom OST sounds awesome) and house music that work nicely with the headphones... for times when I need loads of bass that I can feel or want a kinetic push from my music I turn to the speakers and subwoofer biggrin.gif . The speakers are also mainly used for TV shows and movies as my computer room with headphones is geared for playing games and listening to music smile.gif .

I'm generally an apartment dweller, so being able to get all of my musical needs via headphones helps smooth things over with neighbors. biggrin.gif
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I'm generally an apartment dweller, so being able to get all of my musical needs via headphones helps smooth things over with neighbors. biggrin.gif

I only got one noise complaint ever from neighbours upstairs when I did live in an apartment and that's because I left the volume a little loud during the final battle scene of the third Pirates of the Carribean film biggrin.gif . Not sure how I didn't get complaints before that if I got a little enthusiastic with trance mixes tongue.gif .

Then it was back to house dwelling so volume wasn't such an issue and the older guy next door liked his music loud anyway. One day I synchronised a Fatboy Slim track with the neighbour when he had his speakers cranked loud biggrin.gif . So, yeah, been pretty lucky with the speakers smile.gif .
   
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i'm just more of a bass guy. /shrug JVC SZ2000 bass cannon kings with upgraded earpads (head fi reviews, and yes more than one, say it has better bass than high end LCD-2 bass) I have a feeling my t20rp will be retired.

edit: i am 28, its safe to say most guys my age I think are bass guys and hitting the clubs etc. when i am 35 with a kid or two yeah, i might be more into HD 800 S and STAX. things change. doesn't mean I also don't enjoy some Vivaldi/Mozart on the shp-9500 or pioneers, but i just don't think I should be doing end game right now, and ye thats my fault... z-reviews hype train got to me, and the srs-2170 may very well blow me away someday, the STAX I have are not those though, they sound amazing they really do, very pure and even cleaner than the shp-9500 which are said to rival hd 600... so that is impressive but i don't want pure i want fun lol
Comparisons of cheaper stuff to well regarded and more expensive cans always seem exaggerated to me (doubly so when bass is involved). I agree with Rath, you should consider speakers if you want bone breaking bass biggrin.gif.
Edited by Shardnax - 6/24/16 at 8:20am
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