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^^ Jessica Alba...

 

Jessica Simpson...Jessica Rabbit. wink.gif

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Anyone on here have both the HD650 and the momentum. I saw someone refer to the momentum as the HD650s "little brother".

Any thoughts?
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Jessica Simpson...Jessica Rabbit. wink.gif

 

Man you got all the good Jessicas' wink_face.gif

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Jessica Lange......40 years ago.

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^^ She was pretty hot. 

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Jessica Lange......40 years ago.

O - yep.  She use to be a good one..

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If i use the name jessica in my headphone related question above ^^^ will i get an answer? See how beautiful women derail our lives threads?

Take two. If jessica Fill in blank were asking about a portable over ear, would you call the momentum the "little brother" of the hd650? biggrin.gif

Honestly its the first i have seen it referred to like that. Just curious if anyone with the 650 have tried it.
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Are you still running the e17 as a DAC for your main setup?  I'm currently on the e17/e09k setup.  It's solid (no pun intended), but I'm considering the upgrade to the Lyr, but hoping that i might not have to drop the large dough for the bifrost.  I figure changing the e09k to the Lyr would be more cost effective than changing from e17 to the Bifrost?

You can do what I do is get a fiio L7 (its pretty cheap) which will give you a line-out (lo-bypass switch on the side needs to be set) and use it as a DAC with the lyr until you can afford a bifrost.

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I've bought two odacs from Joe at Audio Poutine and the build quality and performance of the dac was wonderful!!

 

http://www.facebook.com/AudioPoutine

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I've bought two odacs from Joe at Audio Poutine and the build quality and performance of the dac was wonderful!!

 

http://www.facebook.com/AudioPoutine

Ya he did a great job on my ODAC/O2

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Joe does great work and I'll highly recommend his work!!

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I would have offer another opinion here. I owned the he500 and now own the hd650. They have a different presentation so it depends on what you are after. The he500 have some of the best mids in it's price range, but actually I prefer the mids of the 650. The he500 is technically better but I found myself reaching for the 650 time and time again until I sold the he500.

 

Please understand that the he500 is a great hp. I really do love the planar sound. But if I were going for an open planar, I'd pick the he400 as it adds better bass response and is very close to the he500. The other issue with the he500 is the weight. It's heavy...at least for me. The 650 is about a third of the weight and infinitely more comfortable. 


Couldn't agree more!

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Deleted for wrong forum!


Edited by networkn - 12/6/12 at 4:09am
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I have seller's remorse. I wish I didnt give them up. Im fed up with hifiman's QC. My replacement HE400 better be right, or I may just come back to the HD650.
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I tried to tell you. tongue.gif

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