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    I have now been using the hearsafe bigphones for a month and I can recommend them. The sound quality is superb, with very clear top and bottom end. They are comfortable to wear, and built to a very high standard.



    I am really so impressed with these phones I am going to try them with the in-ear system I am setting up, as they cut out all of the sound around you.

    Hearsafe

    David




    [This message has been edited by Daveb (edited April 12, 2002).]

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    Can you actually call someone on those things?

    I have a mobile phone much sexier and much more worth dying for than that dinosaur. I mean, it looks like you have to plug that phone into the wall!!

    Steve

    'I only ever quote myself - except when I quote someone else' - me

    , plenty of , and , , triggered acoustics, , and a plethora of PA blah blah freakin blah...I mean does anyone care about the specifics of pedals, speakers, processors, hardware or anything that I'm using?? :confused: Hmmm, maybe this is an appropriate place to mention that I tried out a new cymbal stand the other day...

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    • #3
      umm, I don't have my conversion chart handy.
      How much in us dollars are those phones?
      It said 399,00 DM.
      I have no clue.

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      Jeff, using...
      td 8,PD-120,
      pintech pads,gibraltor rack, JBL G2 EON 15 AND Mackie srs-1500, BBE 462 yamaha maple customs, remo jazz kit, buttloads of cymbals... 96 Tahoe,leather.
      The original Gig Pig.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by acidbran:
        umm, I don't have my conversion chart handy.
        How much in us dollars are those phones?
        It said 399,00 DM.
        I have no clue.

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        • #5
          If these are indeed hi-fidelity sealed headphones, then that's a hell of a deal. I use AKG K270S headphones, and they cost me around $240.00......
          TD-30 / SPD-SX

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Mick Wade:
            If these are indeed hi-fidelity sealed headphones, then that's a hell of a deal. I use AKG K270S headphones, and they cost me around $240.00......
            http://www.musicstorekoeln.de/english

            cataloge page: -http://www.musicstorekoeln.de/english/katalog/199.pdf

            a good site for a currency converter is: - http://mwprices.ft.com/custom/ft-com/currency.asp

            Just be aware that in Germany they use a comma instead of a decimal point to divide currency.



            [This message has been edited by Daveb (edited April 13, 2002).]

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            • #7
              Good headphones don't have curly cables. Nuff said.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Hielko:
                Good headphones don't have curly cables. Nuff said.
                Bit limited point of view


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                • #9
                  Originally posted by feefer:

                  I doubt an e-drummer would need -30 dB of attenuation....

                  Feefah, you're so smaaaaht...(I'm from Boston, yo...)

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                    Hey people,
                    Check Out www.extremeheadphones.com
                    for Extreme Isolation headphones
                    I have used both........
                    Extreme isolation are Lighter weight, more comfortable..I wear them for hours.....
                    no stupid coil cord, they have a light weight cord with 1/4" and 1/8" gold jacks.....
                    Less attenuation and by the way if you haven't used attenuation with Vdrums and can hear your sticks hit the cymbals you need to try them. I saw them used by a VDRUMS Clinic drummer and they were highly recommended over the other types that make claims they can't back up.
                    I paid $120.00 at the music store and they are $139.00 with free shipping on the Site.
                    Worth every dollar I paid..
                    Everyone that has tied them since I got them has bought them.
                    Labreece


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                    drummer4650

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