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post #2416 of 2460

Who is going to buy the new Beyer T-1 Prototype?

They look really sweet!

 

http://www.headphile.com/page7.html

 

700

 

700

 

700

post #2417 of 2460
I can't even begin to tell you how tempted I am by those...
post #2418 of 2460

It never ends, does it?

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post #2419 of 2460
It's funny, over the last few months I have both thought about how I miss having no Darths, and having no Beyers...here I could fix both things in one fell swoop. It would be a no brainer, except for the price tag...
post #2420 of 2460

Yes, the price tag is understandable, but still rather high, too high for me to spend on a whim any way. And I find it a bit of a pity what Larry does with the heat shrink on the cable sleeving. 

post #2421 of 2460

Holy $1795. I would rather just get a LCD3 as I like their sound better as opposed to the T1tongue.gif

post #2422 of 2460

Who snagged the V6 prototype? Too bad I didn't have the money to buy it frown.gif

post #2423 of 2460

Hey! I just bought these sweet Terminator V4s off of Slickman. I really dig the sound so far.

 

 

My question though, what do these tend to do with burn-in? I don't think they have a whole lot of hours on them, they are just a HAIR more bass than is ideal for me. If they even out over time they will be perfect for my tastes, so I'm hoping that's a typical thing to happen.

post #2424 of 2460
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Originally Posted by novacav View Post

Hey! I just bought these sweet Terminator V4s off of Slickman. I really dig the sound so far.

 

 

My question though, what do these tend to do with burn-in? I don't think they have a whole lot of hours on them, they are just a HAIR more bass than is ideal for me. If they even out over time they will be perfect for my tastes, so I'm hoping that's a typical thing to happen.

 

That's a beautiful Darth Beyer! Haven't seen pictures of them in a while.

post #2425 of 2460

The amp you use will make a huge difference.
What are you using for a headphone amp?

My Darths sound great through my Woo Audio amp.

 

 

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Edited by CrazyRay - 2/22/13 at 10:37am
post #2426 of 2460
Wow, nice setup! Hmm, yeah I'm just using a Fiio E9, should I be giving them more juice? Mine are not the 600 ohm so I figured it would be ok. Then again, maybe that is why they are so bassy in the first place.
post #2427 of 2460
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Originally Posted by novacav View Post

Wow, nice setup! Hmm, yeah I'm just using a Fiio E9, should I be giving them more juice? Mine are not the 600 ohm so I figured it would be ok. Then again, maybe that is why they are so bassy in the first place.


Most if not all full sized headphones sound better with more power.
In this case bigger is always better.


Edited by CrazyRay - 2/22/13 at 1:37pm
post #2428 of 2460
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Originally Posted by CrazyRay View Post


Most if not all full sized headphones sound better with more power.
In this case bigger is always better.

 

Indeed - I was more just thinking, are they being driven inadequately by the E9. My friend has a Schiit Lyr so I'm gonna try 'em with that and see what I notice.

post #2429 of 2460
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Originally Posted by Bananaheadlin View Post

 

That's a beautiful Darth Beyer! Haven't seen pictures of them in a while.

Thanks! They are quite easy on the eyes L3000.gif

post #2430 of 2460
Are the LEs Darth-able?
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