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Sight for sore ears.

Where aural bliss begins--and money in my pocket ends.


Sight for sore ears.

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The Grado SR325i. Looks like something a BBC Radiophonic operator from the 40s would be wearing; sounds like heaven.

Audio Technica ATH-M50. Another classic.

Nakamichi Dragon cassette player: the dragon that's a turn on.

The kick-ass but now-defunct Sennheiser HD500. My first proper headphone--before graduating to the Grado SR60i.

Rega P1. Entry level, but oh what an entry!

The legendary Marantz PM-4. One of those things that can make Wayne Campbell utter the immortal line: "It will be mine. Oh yes. It will be mine."

Marantz 6110. Got it dirt cheap from Kaskus, with its original headshell intact (yay!). In the process of refurbishing it. Hopefully it'll turn out as nice as this one.

Rotel RA-06. I gave my old n' battered Marantz PM5003 to my little bro--and this is the replacement. Wanted a separate amp and pre-amp set up, but financial conditions dictated otherwise. Still, a great upgrade! (The built-in phono pre-amp kicks ass too.)

Grado SR60i. The George Washington of headphones, it can't tell a lie: a crappy sounding album will come out like a crappy sounding album--while a great one will sound like heaven.