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  1. I hope this isn't too off topic but this seemed like a good topic to post this in, so apologies in advance. I've owned Beyerdynamic DT 1770 headphones for about 4 months now. I'm using a Little Labs Monotor headphone amp. These are my first headphones, coming from 2 channel speaker setup. The first month or so I was very happy listening to them. From reading, I got on the idea of trying to eq them. I'd also recently started using Roon which has what I think is pretty good built in eq functionality. To make a long story short (or a short story long), I eventually came across eq presets put out
  2. Yes it is 😎 The Beautiful South: "Blackbird on the Wire"
  3. I'm guessing real scientists also don't have 12k+ posts on an audiophile forum. But I've been wrong before.
  4. Shane MacGowan and the Popes: "Her Father Didn't like Me Anyway"
  5. Fun Boy Three: "The Lunatics Have Taken Over The Asylum"
  6. The looks weren't a factor at for me at all when I first saw pictures of this. Although I was previously looking at buying his "Rupert Neve RNHP" headphone amp and the appearance didn't cross my mind there either. I ended up buying the Little Labs Monotor headphone amp which is also very utilitarian looking. Personally I'd rather put my money into the functioning bits instead of spending on unnecessary cosmetic enhancements. My main system components are black Bryston preamp/dac and amp so maybe I'm simply predisposed to this more basic appearance.
  7. This is a new "state of the art" dac/preamp/headphone amp from Rupert Neve's new Fidelice line. I could only dream of actually owning a product like this but I sure can still enjoy reading about them. Maybe I could sell a kidney and be able to provide a first hand user report. Here's a link to a first written review: http://www.enjoythemusic.com/magazine/equipment/1019/Rupert_Neve_Fidelice_DAC_Review.htm Here's a link to a first impressions YouTube video:
  8. Iggy and the Stooges: "Shake Appeal" Not bad for 1973.
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