post #31 of 1969
2/28/08 at 6:10pm
I mean the old 80 Ohm DT770 version. Personally I'd prefer the DT150 with a better amp. If you think you might end up with a better amp within a few months, then don't hesitate to get whichever of these headphones most strikes your fancy-- it's not like the pa2v2 won't make them sound good, it's just going to leave a gap between the good it gives you and the good you could potentially get, a bigger gap than the 80 Ohm version would leave you.
Originally Posted by zonalblitz
The soundstage/presentation from the DT150 is not exactly airy. I would say it's still and analytical. Probably the best way to put it would be a sound room.
In terms of the 'width'. The DT880 is little broader and extensive. The difference in the 'width' between the 2 isn't drastic apart.
I would say both headphones have generally diffused presentation and sound imaging. A high headroom as well.