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I used to own Maggies and while they are awesome, they are challenging to get working right in smaller rooms like I have now, especially with HT.Currently own Newform Research, and have no desire to upgrade.
Not talking about EQ. The COPs have adjustable bass response. There is a small slider on each cup. There are 4 positions. The phones ship in position 2. You have two more settings with more bass. Your owners manual has details on the sliders. They operate by changing the port area.
Did you try adjusting the bass response on the headphones? At maximum bass setting they have a very elevated bass response.
Didn't even notice that he had updated the MSRP on the IGG page, thanks. So my Xfi/LPS will MSRP for $4K.If we ever get a meet-up in Portland again, I can see how it compares to one of my personal favorites, the Bryston (assuming someone brings one).
Where again are all the new MSRPs for the various models? Can't find it on LH Labs
The AK120 II only puts out 240mw into the XC and Audeze recommends 1-4W for best sound. You would likely get more bang for the buck by adding a high powered amp like the iBasso PB2.
Anyone heard their new amp yet? I auditioned a pre-production prototype and it was very promising.
I am assuming that if I want to remove the headband, all I have to do is remove the small set screw in the square blocks at the ends. Is that correct?
Per the update they now provide technical support, but what that entails is not clear.If they don't provide a perfboard (which I doubt they do) it would be a real chore to make it as you would have to etch your own boards.
Have never used one so can't make a personal recommendation.  There are many references here:http://www.head-fi.org/t/424038/high-quality-3-5mm-line-attenuator-pad-my-source-is-too-loud IMO the best solution is to roll your own. 4 resistors, a socket and a plug and you're done. Though some soldering experience is recommended.As to sound quality, there is as you can see tremendous debate. Can only decide for yourself. The nice thing about rolling your own is you can fully...
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