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This will be my first attempt at modding a connector...seems pretty straightforward...thanks for the tutorial!
Just a question about the balanced cable that comes with the HD 800S...   Is it the same construction as the CH 800S cable which has silver coating?   If not, where can I buy a stock HD 800S balanced cable?
[/QUOTE]  chop off the TRS plug and add on a 4-pin XLR plug by Neutrik. Cheaper.[/QUOTE] I posted a question regarding whether this was possible and the response was no. I'm not the DIY type and don't understand why this is not possible. I do want to try balanced mode but need to know if it's as simple as swapping it for 4-pin XLR... Has anyone done this?[/QUOTE] As long as the cable has 4 leads with two hots and two grounds along with a shield it should be...
I posted a question regarding whether this was possible and the response was no.I'm not the DIY type and don't understand why this is not possible.I do want to try balanced mode but need to know if it's as simple as swapping it for 4-pin XLR...Has anyone done this?
Haven't heard the HD650...I do, however, have the Elear and BHA-1 and I really like the synergy.I have some classical (piano & violin) and the Elear does a fine job with these instruments.
This is true, however, I don't think the Elear (or most headphones) are designed to operate and function without flaw at those extreme levels...somethings got to give.
Ok...let's say these statements are all true.  Essentially, the Elear (IMO) is an awesome sounding headphone and is not defective.The distortion only arises when:  'playing bass heavy tracks at very, very high gain' Who in the right mind listens at these extreme levels?It is common sense to lower gain so as not to damage the drivers (and your eardrums).Anything driven to those levels, be it speakers or headphones will be prone to some clipping and/or distortion. Mind...
I have not experienced any driver issues at loud volumes with bass heavy tracks. Massive Attack "Angel" never sounded better!! Rock solid low end response with zero distortion.
I actually don't mind the cable length....try dancing in your room with a 6ft cable attached to your head
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