"(Already Own) I have used these headphones for the past 7 years. They're still great, especially since I added the Pearstone Deluxe Earpads. Great response, fits my ears great. No problems with pain what-so-ever. I would still recommend the next item (Sony MDR-V6)."
"(Already Own) My first Condenser Microphone. Very clear, clean, sensitive. I have lent this to a friend, and it was "too sensitive" for his needs. I'm not sure if he knew how to use the pad or rolloff switches, but regardless, a great mic. Very budget-friendly."
"(Already Own) One of my first mic's ever. Pretty much a studio standard. I did a mic shootout between the Shure SM57, Audix i5, & Sennheiser e906 (flat), and it has secured it's spot as my "go to" mic for my guitar cabinet. Blends well with the others, but just "sounds right". If you're just getting started, buy one - you can use it for anything."
"(Already Own) The Audix i5 sounds great. I bought it with the Cab Grabber, and I am a huge fan. Very useful both live, and in recording. I do not find any low end hum on my recordings. The i5 is a great alternative to the SM57, but for my needs, it falls short of the Shure. For the price, with the Cab Grabber, a great combo!"
"(Already Own) The e906 is a great mic to have for guitar cabinets. While I tend to go to my Shure SM57, the e906 is a great "buddy" mic for recording. I've also used it exclusively live with great results. When I bought it, it came with an Audix Cab Grabber, whice I did not use with the e906 due to it's distance from the grill. Nice to have 3 different options for you to choose from."
"(Already Own) While I admit these are my first pair of studio monitors, I must say that they are superb. I very much enjoy how great these sound when tracking, mixing, and listening to typical media (music, movies, TV shows). While I would never have know the name "Wharfedale", I heard these at my friend's house, and was impressed."
"(Wanted) I'm considering a microphone amp, and this one is so rediculously cheap, that I am considering adding it. I'm concerned about how "good" it sounds, and I know that usually "you get what you pay for". We'll see..."
"(Wanted) As with my previous post, I'm thinking of getting a headphone amp. I'm sure this is a great product, but it may be a tad overkill. Plus, is it worth spending $100 more for similar connectivity? I guess we'll see..."