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Assuming the stems and springs are of the same design you could pull the switches apart and swap them out.

There's more involved with the RGB switches, if they were regular MX switches it'd take a few hours, I wouldn't even attempt it since it's backlit.   I did do it to my das keyboard though which a few keys are stuck and cleaning doesn't seem to fix that<.< 

 

Wow, already see the charge from Corsair must be in the processing phase already...


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Got my Denon AH-D7000 and it is a thing of beauty, looks great and sound awesome! ;) Took a pic of it outside, and the color of the cups look pretty close to what I see personally....

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Took it inside and snap a shot of it under articial lighting and it simply looked washed out....

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I hate you for buying all these headphone >.< :D

No seriously dude, you are buying SO many cans! *-*

What else is on your list that we can espect soon? ;)


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I bought a spaceship an Aurora MR

Now I have to wait until it is delivered 

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I hate you for buying all these headphone >.< :D

No seriously dude, you are buying SO many cans! *-*

What else is on your list that we can espect soon? ;)

Heh, what can I say? I love 'em cans! :D  As for what's next, I have five ortho and eleven dynamic cans, not including my portable cans and IEM's, so my plate's getting kinda full. Still, I'd like to try an estat and am looking at a Koss ESP 950.....kinda curious as to how an estat sounds like. I'm in no rush to jump on estat though as I'm pretty happy with my collection of cans.


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LG G Watch.

 

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Next to new for $100 in Canada, was definitely a great price for what it is, and I felt like getting into smartwatches (this is actually the first watch of any kind I've ever bought)... let's see how this goes


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Heh, what can I say? I love 'em cans! :D As for what's next, I have five ortho and eleven dynamic cans, not including my portable cans and IEM's, so my plate's getting kinda full. Still, I'd like to try an estat and am looking at a Koss ESP 950.....kinda curious as to how an estat sounds like. I'm in no rush to jump on estat though as I'm pretty happy with my collection of cans.

Sweet. I love 'em too but i dont have the moneys to buy everything i want :(

Can you list all of your cans or post a pic of your collection? :)


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Hifiman HE-400i - Kennerton Magister - Beyerdynamic DT880 250Ohm - AKG K7XX - Fostex TH-X00 - O2 Amp/DAC Combo - 
Klipsch RP280F - Klipsch RP160M - Klipsch RP440C - Yamaha RX-V479

 

Reviews and Stuff:

GTX 780 DCU2 // 8600GTS // Hifiman HE-400i // Kennerton Magister
Folding all the Proteins! // Boincerino

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Sweet. I love 'em too but i dont have the moneys to buy everything i want :(

Can you list all of your cans or post a pic of your collection? :)

I hang most of my cans on a hat stand, can put up to 9 cans, but I'm hoping to increase that to 12 as I'd ordered three of those headphone hangers you had linked in your review thread. Below is a pic I'd posted with the 'stock' hat stand, with some of my cans:

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I intend to add a lower tier with the three headphone hangers, a couple of inches, or so, below where you see the Sennheisers are......should work though I suspect a little non-intrusive mod may be required.

 

I will, of course, post pics when those hangers come, I'll take a few pics of the hat stands with those hangers installed, and my cans of course. As for cans I have, here's the list in no particular order:

Sennheiser HD800

Sennheiser HD700

Sennheiser HD555 (with HD595 foam mod)

Denon AH-D7000

Denon AH-D2000

AT ATH-AD2000

AT ATH-AD700X

HiFiMan HE500

HiFiMan HE400i

Audeze LCD2.2 non-Fazor

MrSpeakers Alpha Dog

AKG K812

Grado GS1000i

Philips Fidelio X1

Beyerdynamic DT990/600

Fostex T50RP (stock, intend to mod.....but that'll take a while as I'm in the throes of a lazy rut :wacko: )


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http://www.corsair.com/en-us/corsair-gaming-k95-rgb-mechanical-gaming-keyboard-cherry-mx-blue

Been buying keyboards a lot lately...   Amazon sent 2 MX browns, 1 is going back for a refund or I'll keep it as a spare.

 

Also it shipped, so much for waiting 1-2 weeks...


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http://www.corsair.com/en-us/corsair-gaming-k95-rgb-mechanical-gaming-keyboard-cherry-mx-blue

Been buying keyboards a lot lately...   Amazon sent 2 MX browns, 1 is going back for a refund or I'll keep it as a spare.

 

Also it shipped, so much for waiting 1-2 weeks...

Man, you sound like you're in the phase I was in a couple of years back, ended up with 30 keyboards.....let mine be a cautionary tale.


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I hang most of my cans on a hat stand, can put up to 9 cans, but I'm hoping to increase that to 12 as I'd ordered three of those headphone hangers you had linked in your review thread. Below is a pic I'd posted with the 'stock' hat stand, with some of my cans:

20150408_181338_zpsxhdl6smr.jpg

I intend to add a lower tier with the three headphone hangers, a couple of inches, or so, below where you see the Sennheisers are......should work though I suspect a little non-intrusive mod may be required.

 

I will, of course, post pics when those hangers come, I'll take a few pics of the hat stands with those hangers installed, and my cans of course. As for cans I have, here's the list in no particular order:

Sennheiser HD800

Sennheiser HD700

Sennheiser HD555 (with HD595 foam mod)

Denon AH-D7000

Denon AH-D2000

AT ATH-AD2000

AT ATH-AD700X

HiFiMan HE500

HiFiMan HE400i

Audeze LCD2.2 non-Fazor

MrSpeakers Alpha Dog

AKG K812

Grado GS1000i

Philips Fidelio X1

Beyerdynamic DT990/600

Fostex T50RP (stock, intend to mod.....but that'll take a while as I'm in the throes of a lazy rut :wacko: )

so many headphones. Why not try and offload some of the lower end sennheiser cans seeing as at least based on what i have heard, they all have the same sound signiture but its just better executed higher up the line.


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White boxed out... you all don't need my address or phone number. But this was a fun unboxing.

 

2 6s and 1 6+


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so many headphones. Why not try and offload some of the lower end sennheiser cans seeing as at least based on what i have heard, they all have the same sound signiture but its just better executed higher up the line.

Nah, it's sorta like my collection of keyboards, it's fun to rotate them and each has its unique characteristics. When I have my higher end cans on, I tend to sit still and just get lost in the sound, with my lower end cans, I find myself just chilling and really not caring if I sleep with them on or not. With my higher end cans, I tend to be more careful, would really hate to be enjoying my HD800 on my couch, and waking up in the morning finding it in pieces.


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Man, you sound like you're in the phase I was in a couple of years back, ended up with 30 keyboards.....let mine be a cautionary tale.

I think I'm done, I have 3 K95s (1 blue, and 2 brown) might grab a red just to have all switches, and a unicomp pc-122 ps/2 keyboard which arrives today.  The k95 mx blue arrives monday with more surge soda^^!

 

I also bought 3 cases of this yummy stuff.

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- Snip

I had the 6+ which is a great phone on it's own, I did go back to android mainly as I love to tinker but I got the s6 edge mainly 1 it feels great in my hands, 2 I'm never far from a plug and if I'm not I have over 30 micro usb portable chargers so the whole removable battery thing doesn't bother me and also the sd card... I got micro usb sd card adapters which solves that problem.   I rather have the better feel in hands "personally" over  a sd card slot and removable battery.  They can fit a sd card slot in the edge or regular s6 by slightly increasing thickness but still having a great feel to it.


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StarTech.com 5.25in Trayless Hot Swap Mobile Rack for 3.5in Hard Drive

 

Got two of those for my linux server

 

 

and two 4TB HDD to go into them.

 

photos of the above:

 

The hotswap bays are really nice addition to the server for easily making rotating system backups.  I rotate through my bare HDDs each time I make a backup.  If a backup is damaged or corrupted (ie if backup HDD fails) I can go to the next most recent backup HDD to restore.  The hotswap bays were very inexpensive too at about $18 USD each (made by StarTech).

 

The bays are not enclosed though so I must keep system wires (PSU cables etc) away from the bay area.  Else, if you remove a HDD a cable could dangle into the slot area, preventing me from inserting the HDD next time.  But that is not a real big deal if using proper cable management to keep that from being an annoyance.

 

 

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*note:  not a bad setup considering this case is probably the cheapest antec makes (think I paid about $20 for it in 2013).

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bottle of JackDaniels :P B)

Hey, need a buddy to share the nectar?


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4 slow sticks for £12

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my other sticks for reference

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I got some furballs, and something that will eventually get clogged with those furballs. I don't care though, they're cute. Penelope is the white one, and Shadow is the dark one :wub:

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And ordered a few fans for when I get my loop up and running

 

They showed up in this box, but I promise, it isn't from CoolerMaster ;)

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(This one is bad, I was shaking with excitement)

 

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The final prize :D

 

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11 Noctual NF-S12A FLX fans, enough to fill both my cases and have 2 for spares in case of failure, or if I want to push/pull a radiator, or maybe throw in another build :D

 

(hooray for copy/paste!)


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I got some furballs, and something that will eventually get clogged with those furballs. I don't care though, they're cute. Penelope is the white one, and Shadow is the dark one :wub:

 

 

And ordered a few fans for when I get my loop up and running

 

They showed up in this box, but I promise, it isn't from CoolerMaster ;)

 

 

 

 

 

 

(This one is bad, I was shaking with excitement)

 

 

 

 

The final prize :D

 

 

11 Noctual NF-S12A FLX fans, enough to fill both my cases and have 2 for spares in case of failure, or if I want to push/pull a radiator, or maybe throw in another build :D

 

(hooray for copy/paste!)

How much were all of the fans?

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The HP DC7800 seller messed up, I'd paid him about 53USD, but it came with 2.5GB of mixed RAM instead of stated 4GB, and a 250GB HDD instead of a 500GB one. I'd messaged him and he admitted his oversight. He'd either refund some money to compensate for the lower RAM and HDD size, or he'd check his inventory of spare parts to find replacements. I don't mind either way, since I have a spare pair of low profile 2x 2GB PC2 DDR2 6400 KVR which I'd installed. Anyway, I've already installed 64bit Vista and am in the process of updating it.....

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