Selling my mint conditioned wooden Audio Technica W1000x. No blemishes on these anywhere that I see and all of the wood is pristine. Selling due to medical issues.
Will accept payment through PayPal which includes shipping.
Driver mismatch is 100% build quality/quality control issues. They should never leave the factory, warehouse or whatever with big differences like that. Covered by warranty or not, I could maybe accept it in a $100 headphone but if you think that's acceptable in a $1,700 headphone then I am not going to get my point across to you. $1,700 is damn near the most expensive currently in production headphone out there. It should set the bar for how companies handle build and...
I don't recall anyone here talking about the sound quality, but rather the build quality. Huge deviations in drivers shouldn't be accepted in $100 headhones and they certainly shouldnt be acceptable in $2,000 headphones, the same goes for the pads.
For $2,000 that headphone better be measured to tight specifications with nearly perfect driver matching and nearly perfect pad matching.
I was able to hear an LCD-X the other day and thought they sounded fine, but in the back...
Pros: Price to quality ratio, clarity, channel separation, ability to use solely as a DAC or amp, lightweight, low heat output, compact, DSD
Cons: Power output may not be enough for inefficient orthos.
Tone: Slightly brighter than neutral.
Cost at Time of Review: With WiFi module $530, without WiFi module $400
I have had the U200 for approximately 1 month and have used the unit with a variety of headphones for at least 3 hours each before...