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  1. I'm quite pleased with my DT880-2003, I like to pair it with a warm amp (in my case the Ming Da MC66-AE) it's a very transparent sounding phone, really brings the sound of the source/amps to the front. One of the best buys I've made IMHO, as I got it new from B&H at the clearout price of $150.

  2. My sarcasm meter is off today; which are you implying is the more obvious choice? ;D

    I'm still trying to decide myself :P but based on the fact I've never heard any of these wares I'm probably leaning toward the latter.

    which headphones >:D

    I believe he's offering the SRM-T2 with SR-007. Strangely enough I'd have thought he would possess the original SR-Omegas

  3. I've got a new phone and am interested in an answer for this as well. It's purely for conversations, as I don't listen to music on the phone. SQ, comfort and battery life are important.

    Australian law passed not long ago that talking on the phone while driving is only allowed with a headset.

    So far I'm not impressed with the freeby that came with my phone.

  4. They need a couple more years of pronounced hype to reach Darth levels. They do however hold the distinction of being the crappiest, most expensive stock headphone though.

    as opposed to the crappiest, most expensive modded phone?

    i wonder what that would be?

  5. Am I the only person who doesn't like the look of Darth Beyer?

    with a few very rare exceptions, i agree with you. deep cup darths look especially silly. they must weight a tonne too with all that wood

  6. yep, when i bought the DT770/80 Pro just to see what all the fuss was about. i just couldn't see what all the fuss was about

    of course the bass is huge and disproportionately emphasised, which i guess a lot of people would like, but not for me

    quickly sold them off and had no desire to drop the coin on a pair of darths if they even slightly resembled the stock 770s

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