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krivraq Sweeeet. I was there in the section Camden>Oswego. I unfortunately was only able to afford my DA-P1 at the time, no mics sadly, only patches. I'll have to check my lineage on these DATs, I may even have a clone of your master, Dave. This may have also been the show during that run that Clay spilled his beer on my deck during setbreak, looked me in the eye only uttering to move my stuff out of his way as if it was my fault, even though no one's gear had moved since preshow, and then just stepped over it and everyone else's bag on the way back to his seat. ????

Schoeps always seemed a bit bassy and lacking mids, to my ears. Maybe it the 41s that make that different. I'll relisten to compare. I always liked the warmth of AKGs, but hypers are their own class and the nuances are usually more on the individual set of ears anyway. Overall, the Tapers know what they're doing and sometimes I feel it's like choosing one restaurant over another in relation to taste of same dish and sound of same show between different sources. One Chef likes more garlic in his sauce, one Taper prefers more bass, etc.....


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