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"IF I have the cash!!!???"


...



Your an entrepreneur in training, remember?

OF Fxxxing COURSE, you'll have the cash!



"As ye think ... so shall ye be ..."


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Hopefully, you'll have enough to score me some gear too cause I'm certainly not an entrepreneur ...



Thanks for the vote of faith my brother. As it turns out, I'm probably going to switch to a 5-year Accounting program that allows me to leave undergraduate studies with my CPA already in-hand. I still plan on pursuing my own business (would really like to get into venture capitalism), but this way I can handle all accounting procedures myself and be 100% in control of handling and understanding my finances (this would be from small-business perspective).

Anyway, enough of non-audio talk . If I decide to grab the 840C, it'll probably happen a little less than a year from now, when summer '09 rolls around. I'm hoping I don't obsess over it every single day, otherwise I'm in for a long 9-10 months...
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How's it sounding?

I have been looking around at sources for the past week or so, not really sure what I wanted to do. I could either stick with the the CD5001 as a transport and add a standalone DAC (which would give me a hybrid pc/cdp rig), or sell off the Marantz and move up to a better CDP (but be stuck in redbooks). Out of everything I have looked at, which includes CIA VDA2 (as always), Benchmark DAC1, Lavry DA10, Bel Canto D1/2/whatev, Arcam CD73, Marantz SA8001, etc., the 840C has that "end-all, be-all" flavor to it that I so often look for in my components. Every review or impression that I look at finds a way to basically say that this Cambridge can play ball with absolutely everything under $5,000. That is unbeatable value, especially because I could never imagine dropping that much on one piece of the puzzle. Plus, it is flexible enough to serve as the DAC or cdp/DAC - pretty much what ever I want it to do.

All in all, if I have the cash down the road, it seems like a no-brainer. Plus I haven't been able drool over much lately so this gets me back into that daydreaming phase that I have grown so accustomed to over the past 7-8 months.
the op-amps need some time to burn in. Right now it's sounding a bit less natural and has a smaller soundstage.

Yeah, when the 840 first came out it was priced right around $1k, but with all the reviews they've increased the price a few bones. I understand why, but still sucks for people looking for a killer $1k unit.

Personally I'd probably go with a SA8001 as it plays SACDs as well and I like the Marantz sound, but that's just me.

Still for the money you can't beat something like what I have. Modded players that you mod yourself (not pay someone to do it) and/or buy used offer the best value. A modded unit like mine originally went for just shy $1k and is very competitive in the under 2.5k pricerange, you can pick them up for between $500-600.
And, if you get the Onix version of the MH CD25 then you can find them cheaper. I've seen numerous Onix XCD88 and XCD99's going for under $200 shipped. I think there's one on av123 right now. It's the same thing as the Music Hall, but with a better chassis and can have the same mods done to it.
And the current Onix CD25SE for between $300-400 is better than the Music Hall CD25.2 and is based on the earlier Onix CD1, a $1k player, and a few mods to that should easily bring it above my CD25 and likely even above the 840.
Then there is the camp that doesn't want to mod, and I understand that completely. In that situation I'd go with the Cambridge or Marantz or possibly an Original
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Hello friends,

As I am continuously writing my guide for gaming headphones, I would prefer some personal experience for headphones in the following price range(s). Now, even though some of the cans have names listed next to them, I WOULD STILL LIKE YOU TO WRITE A REVIEW IF YOU'VE OWNED THEM. The reason why some cans have names next to them is because I remember off the top of my head vaguely that people have owned these.

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50$-100$

AKG K 81 DJ - 70$ [Aura?]
Sennheiser HD515 -80$
Sennheiser HD555 -100$ [Nam/Hell/ Legend?]
Sennheiser HD280 -100$ [Me]
Audio Technia ATH-A500 - 90$ [Anyone actually tried these?]

100$-150$
Audio Technia ATH-A700 -120$ [me]
Audio Technia ATH-AD700 - 110$ [nam]
Beyer Dynamic DT770 Pro 80 -150$ [nam]

Basically, What I was wondering if you guys could do was to write a simple review in the same structure as the one below. Of course I would credit you, even citing that you deserve the rep+ points if people read your review. Basically, because I haven't fully listened to all the cans [you know, 20+ hours] I want your guys trusted opinions. Thanks for your time.

All the scales should be from 1-10.

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HD212's
-Comfort [5]
-Size: Average, Portable
-Build Quality: Average, Resilient [6]
-Ease to Drive: No amp needed [2]
-Noise Isolating? I have a wife? [6]
-Signature Sound: Electronica, Hip hop, heavy bass.
-Closed back.

Everything in the 202's that you could ever want, and more. These are the 212 older brothers, more bass, but not as muddy.Extremely warm, dark, subdued top end, but will still perform well with FPS shooters. Feel free to picks these up and camp all you want. They tend to send "claustrophobic" and the comfort is average.

Bottom line: Bass heavy, warm, good performers.
Thanks in advance, + to anyone who helps.
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Yeah, when the 840 first came out it was priced right around $1k, but with all the reviews they've increased the price a few bones. I understand why, but still sucks for people looking for a killer $1k unit.
I've seen it on Audiogon for $1,100-1,200, albeit used. I certainly wish it was around $1,000 for new, but there is still plenty of value to be had.

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Personally I'd probably go with a SA8001 as it plays SACDs as well and I like the Marantz sound, but that's just me.
I love the CD5001 and really have considered just sticking with the Marantz line, because I do enjoy their house sound as well. However, I am not terribly interested in SACD because of how expensive it gets (over $20 per album). I just don't see the SA8001 being able to match the 840C from a purely technical standpoint, and since I have not heard either unit, that is about the only thing I can use as a basis for comparison (until I find some direct SA8001 vs. 840C impressions/comparisons).

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Still for the money you can't beat something like what I have. Modded players that you mod yourself (not pay someone to do it) and/or buy used offer the best value. A modded unit like mine originally went for just shy $1k and is very competitive in the under 2.5k pricerange, you can pick them up for between $500-600.
And, if you get the Onix version of the MH CD25 then you can find them cheaper. I've seen numerous Onix XCD88 and XCD99's going for under $200 shipped. I think there's one on av123 right now. It's the same thing as the Music Hall, but with a better chassis and can have the same mods done to it.
And the current Onix CD25SE for between $300-400 is better than the Music Hall CD25.2 and is based on the earlier Onix CD1, a $1k player, and a few mods to that should easily bring it above my CD25 and likely even above the 840.
Then there is the camp that doesn't want to mod, and I understand that completely. In that situation I'd go with the Cambridge or Marantz or possibly an Original
I would definitely fall in the latter category. I will tinker around with *most* headphones, especially the exterior, but I just do not have the interest or confidence to open up my source or amp. As such, looking to get the best I can in a stock configuration and see how satisfactory it can be.

Thanks for the input Jacob, much obliged . I am going to try and get to one of the Cambrige dealers close by and see if they will give me a product demo with the 840C. It is a shame I can't bring the amp, I'll just have to take the DX and a few cd's that I most familiar with and see what happens.
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I'm all about the headphones. I current have a pair of Sony MDR-V600 headphones which I use for instrument practice and recording. I also use a pair of Sennheiser PC350 for gaming, voicechat, and vocal recording.

The Sennheisers fall someplace between "audiophile" and "gaming" headphones. They sound as good as the HD280s to me, but include a fantastic microphone. They terminate in 1/8 plugs, however. This makes them great for use with a computer, but not so great with recording equipment. I wouldn't put them on the same level as the HD555 though.

What do you guys think, do I get a spot on the list someplace?
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HD555's (no longer owned, upgraded to HD650s)
-Comfort [6] - tight on my head, I stretched them for a week and they were better
-Size: Large, Portable
-Build Quality: Average, Resilient [9]
-Ease to Drive: No amp needed [8] - they're fairly easy to drive from the back of my PC or from my ipod...
-Noise Isolating? I have a wife? [2] - open backed, bleed in a lot, bleed out a lot
-Signature Sound: rock, classical, blues.
-Open back.

Very well balanced headphones, although the mid ranges have more life to them then the bass or highs, great overall headphones. Fell free to pick these up as an entry level headphone for gaming/music/movies. Beware of the noise bleeding though, not good for late night gaming in small spaces, as others in the room may hear you (dorm, apt.).

Bottom line: well balanced, ~ $100, great performance and build quality.

AD700's (still own)
-Comfort [10] - the most comfortable headphones I've ever worn...
-Size: large, Portable
-Build Quality: Average, Resilient [8]
-Ease to Drive: No amp needed [8] -again driven from sound card/ipod no problems...
-Noise Isolating? I have a wife? [3]
-Signature Sound: Classical, House, Techno.
-Open back.

These cans are the most comfortable things you can place on your head, the wing design, and velvet ear liners, make these cans feel like they're not even there. For around $100 they're a great entry level headphone, great for gaming and music or movies. Well balanced although they have a more distinct bass compared to the HD555s, great for house, trance, techno, euro, and that sort of thing, although I fell in love with them when I heard Pachelbel's Cannon on them, so I find them great for the Classics as well.

Bottom line: Balanced, good performance, sooooooo comfy.......
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I've seen it on Audiogon for $1,100-1,200, albeit used. I certainly wish it was around $1,000 for new, but there is still plenty of value to be had.



I love the CD5001 and really have considered just sticking with the Marantz line, because I do enjoy their house sound as well. However, I am not terribly interested in SACD because of how expensive it gets (over $20 per album). I just don't see the SA8001 being able to match the 840C from a purely technical standpoint, and since I have not heard either unit, that is about the only thing I can use as a basis for comparison (until I find some direct SA8001 vs. 840C impressions/comparisons).



I would definitely fall in the latter category. I will tinker around with *most* headphones, especially the exterior, but I just do not have the interest or confidence to open up my source or amp. As such, looking to get the best I can in a stock configuration and see how satisfactory it can be.

Thanks for the input Jacob, much obliged . I am going to try and get to one of the Cambrige dealers close by and see if they will give me a product demo with the 840C. It is a shame I can't bring the amp, I'll just have to take the DX and a few cd's that I most familiar with and see what happens.
yourmusic has a lot of SACD hybrid discs for $6.99
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New territory for me, this is my first commissioned wood job. Hopefully they will serve Jacob well:



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wow, those are going to be some pretty cans Soloz... mmmmmm hardwood
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wow, those are going to be some pretty cans Soloz... mmmmmm hardwood
I better fill out another line on my build queue! Someone is going to be happy!
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