aamefford
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Between SF and Sac
Occupation:
Enginerd

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aamefford

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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Mar 22, 1959 (Age: 58)
    Location:
    Between SF and Sac
    Occupation:
    Enginerd
    Gear List:
    Mr. Speakers Ether C v1.1 - Some issues, some good points, best closed can I've heard thus far
    Schiit Black Bimby (sounds like a warped children's story....)
    Cavalli Liquid Crimson
    Chord Mojo for on the go
    AK100ii (surprisingly, my primary source, mostly 'cause it's convenient, sounds decent from optical out, and streams Tidal
    2011-ish Macbook Air
    Late starting family man - married at 44. Most important thing in my life.

    I try to be a "man of the Word." I generally fail miserably at it....

    Almost 10 year head-fi member, finding it harder and harder to be there, though there is still some community left.

    Started headphone audio seriously with an iPod video and a pair of Grado SR125's. Shrill, but a start....

    Lover of music, but can't carry a tune or a rhythm in a bucket myself.

    Introduced to "Hifi" in the 60's when my Dad built a Heathkit amp, big end table cabinets for a pair of (JBL? not sure) coaxial speakers with a center tweeter and big-arsed bass drivers, and added a Girard record changer. And bought a shitload of Jazz albums. In the early 70's I bought a fart load (smaller than a shitload) of rock albums to play on that system. At one point, I had a pair of brown Koss headphones with a curly cable and volume knobs on the bottom of each ear cup. I thought they were great. Looking back, I suspect they sounded really bad.

    Ex Rocket Scientist. Seriously. Don't get excited though, I think "they" give rocket scientists more credit than they deserve.....