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post #2011 of 2273
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Originally Posted by dallan View Post

The only difference is the marketing zone. It may be more expensive to get the hp in eu than the ha because u may have to import it from Japan from something like pricejapan.com. Otherwise same price too.

For me the HP was about 66 % more expensive going by audiocube pricejapan prices. (before customs come into play).

post #2012 of 2273

Anyone know where you can get the JVC (the cheaper) version?

post #2013 of 2273

Try Robert at Aphrodite Cu29, that's where I bought mine. He's a great guy to deal with, bought a V800 from him also.
 

post #2014 of 2273
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Originally Posted by madbull View Post

Try Robert at Aphrodite Cu29, that's where I bought mine. He's a great guy to deal with, bought a V800 from him also.
 


They are not much better than pricejapan.

post #2015 of 2273
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Originally Posted by rx79ez08 View Post


They are not much better than pricejapan.

You won't get them cheaper new anywhere.....

post #2016 of 2273
I got mine from pricejapan the Sunday might b4 the Monday morning economic colapse. I think I paid just over $850. And I had been waiting a few weeks for the exchange rate to drop to that point. Needless to say the next day the price skyrocketed due to the news.
Edited by dallan - 8/24/12 at 10:21am
post #2017 of 2273

How much is this can in pricejapan then? I'm too lazy to check that.
 

post #2018 of 2273
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Originally Posted by madbull View Post

Thanks.

 

Does anyone know another headphone that makes kickdrums hit so hard as these? basshead.gif
 

My Dx1000s driven via Triad L3 very_evil_smiley.gif

post #2019 of 2273
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Originally Posted by rx79ez08 View Post

Anyone know where you can get the JVC (the cheaper) version?

I bought the second last HA DX1000 and that was some years ago.

post #2020 of 2273

I'm trying to find these for less than the ridiculous prices online, no luck yet.

post #2021 of 2273

This is a good teamup.

 

 

Balanced DX1000 and NFB 10.2  basshead.gif

post #2022 of 2273

Just received my pair serial number: 12xx, fresh from Japan. Will post some impressions and a probable review fairly soon :) This was the last pair my particular shop had in stock, so its safe to say that the DX1000 (both HA/HP) are out of production.


Edited by dukeskd - 10/25/12 at 9:52am
post #2023 of 2273
I enjoy them most with the Manley Stingray iTube with Mullard 12AT7 tubes.
post #2024 of 2273

I need help frown.gif

I was taking pictures of my pair as I have been considering selling it for a while but every times I make the mistake of listening to it and change my mind.

Anyway, I discovered a crack and wonder what would be the best way to fix without ruining the look.

 

 

700

 

700

post #2025 of 2273
I have one like that on the inside next to the screw that I fixed years ago with a little superglue. I spread it open just slightly, put a drop in, think I may have smeared it in a little, then pressed the crack tight. I could only spread it minutely. It has been fine for years bit I am careful not to adjust by pulling on the cups.
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