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Thread: WTD: OPPO PM-3 Headphones (Black)

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    Join Date: Mar 2009

    Location: Chelmsford, Essex

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    I'm Gareth.

    Default WTD: OPPO PM-3 Headphones (Black)

    I fancy trying out a pair of OPPO PM-3 headphones in black. Must be in excellent condition and complete with the original packaging and accessories/cables. Would prefer one with warranty/receipt but this isnít a deal breaker.

    Can pay by bank transfer/PPG and would need posting to Chelmsford.

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    Join Date: Feb 2013

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    great cans the oppos. wouldnt get shot of mine.. not cheap but very well made and sound great. good luck.
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    I won't be getting rid of mine either. Sorry to disagree with you Grant but I think that what you get for £350 is cheap. I also own a pair of Sennheiser HD800's and the Oppo's are not disgraced regarding sound quality, build, etc. at nearly a third of the price. I have heard the Oppo PM 1 and the PM 3's come bloody close, again at a third of the price. A couple of friends actually prefer the Oppo over the Sennheiser, I don't, but as I said the Oppo's are marvelous for the money. Buy a new with confidence, you won't regret it.

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    Doing the same, have always wanted a pair of planar headphones and have considered Hifiman but the stories of patchy build quality have put me off. Hoping to pick up a second hand pm3, and hoping they are a safe bet used. If you did manage to get a pair how did you find them?
    Without music, powerboat racing, photography and a whole stack of other stuff that floats my boat, life is just a non stop procession of deadlines and bills.

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    Join Date: Mar 2009

    Location: Chelmsford, Essex

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    Couldn’t find a reasonably-priced pair of PM-3s in the end but did track down an ex-demo pair of PM-2s for a very reasonable price last week.

    Using them with the Oppo alternative lambskin earpads and a UDP-205. Sounds rather good if you ask me, a great pairing.

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