Is there a way to adjust the speed using a strobe mat? Looking at the Fluance tables, there are holes on the underside for speed adjustment with a screwdriver. I assumed all turntables had this ability, but nothing in the Drop/AT owners manual mentions it.
Do these work well for Quest 2? I typically play population one and I need a decent set with a good mic so I can hear where enemies and shooting is coming from and from what distance. I'm also worried about how they fit when wearing the Quest 2.
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Drop take a break form drop headphones. I need a Drop dac that has one balanced output and one rca output. Drop also provide multibit or R2R dac with at least one balanced output and one rca output. Lastly Drop this is a hell merry of a wish but make a dac with one balanced and rca output 4 tube amp/preamp. Please provide all these amps have warranty plans to buy. THANKS AND HOPE THE BEST.
I'm a Not-so-silently suffering basshead looking for a closed back design set of cans to feed my continuing addiction. Are there any sub <$1000 recommendations for an audiophile-style open soundstage combined with the discernible PUNCH, RUMBLE. and THUMP my apparent disorder craves? Please open the discussion to DAC/Amp combinations, if fitting...
I have been a music lover and audiophile for many years. I hate to say for exactly how long. Let's just say that my first serious audio system dates back to the mid 1960s. My favorite headphones from around that era were Koss ESP-9 electrostatics, which had fantastic performance but were not very reliable. Then I had several sets of Sennheisers; and more recently Grados, for probably the last 20 years. I only became aware of Drop just last year; and the first thing I did was take the opportunity to buy a couple of popular, new models - the Sennheiser HD 6XX, and Hifiman HE-X4, mainly to check out what is available today at a reasonable (for me) price point. I have to say that I was disappointed with both, compared to my Grado SR-325Xs, or even my SR-80s and SR-60s. I seem to be addicted to the Grado sound. For what it's worth, and just as a point of comparison, I have also briefly listened to some multi thousand-dollar Focal headphones, which were awesome (and which my wife...
Hi I am Eliot John I am into my 2nd year as a Headphone audiophile. I am looking for fellow people located in Prague. Please contact me. Also looking for a pair of AudioQuest Nighthawks, does anyone have them for Sale?