My current audio gear consists of a pair of Grado SR80e's and a pair of Sony MDR 7506's a couple pairs of headphones that I absolutely love, both are very versatile and well made.
A moment where music made an impact on me, was when I had the chance to see Roger Waters in 2017. It was one of the first times I feel like I had been able to feel the impact of politics within the music, and alongside this, one of the first time I had felt the weight of the government on my shoulders. When The Wall started playing, it was almost like the lyrics grabbed me and focused themselves around my life.
1. Woody Guthrie 2. Bob Dylan 3. Pete Seeger
The first time I stepped in to the world that is high-end audio, was when I first purchased my Grado SR80e's, while they are not the best headphones offered by Grado the sound quality swept me off my feet, I spun my Mobile Fidelity copy of Kind of Blue by Miles Davis and it was an absolutely transcendental experience.
Audio Passion in One Sentence
I will do anything I can, to get myself as close as possible to that milky in-studio sound.
Great Audio Geeks love discussing and sharing pictures of their high-end audio gear, favorite music, and all the latest innovations. For most great audio geeks, their taste in audio gear exceeds their budget. They are never satisfied. Hearing something new in a favorite recording thanks to a new DAC, headphone, or cable fuels their desire to learn, discover, and experience more great sound.
Great audio geeks live on the higher end of the audio gear spectrum, but they may have cheap earbuds too. Everything has a purpose and proper use.
Great Audio Geeks read Stereophile and Absolute Sound, and they probably have an account at Head-fi.org so they can read, debate, and learn. Just as the thirst for new gear is never fully quenched, Great Audio Geeks can never know enough.
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