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Not sure about the wood where the two sides join, but the cable is LOVELY.
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

Not sure about the wood where the two sides join, but the cable is LOVELY.

 

You mean the wood on the cable?

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Yeah
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Yeah

 

 

Oh - it's flawless.  I guess you have to see it in person..

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I mean it looks a little bulky.
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O - not at all..  It doen't even get in the way.

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Originally Posted by Croozer View Post


I sold my first pair and got a bad case of buyers remorse because I could not find a better headphone IMO but I lucked up and found a pair in the 'for sale' section.
Keep checking the section and also try Amazon, I have seen a few pair pop up there.
Good luck.

 

Thanks,it seems odd that Denon would just drop a line with such a following.

post #5678 of 7196
Might have been a disagreement with Fostex, and specific terms. The hidden side of business. Perhaps Fostex didn't wanna supply them with more drivers, so they could do their own thing, as they have proven with their own models. Pretty sure, Denon knew how loved the D25/7K were.
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O - not at all..  It doen't even get in the way.

 

I have to say, the stock cable nub on my D7k's have an amazing ability to always get snagged on things (like the end of a table or the armrests of my chair). I bet I'd have problems with that wood bit, though the cable is gorgeous!

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The D7000 cable I remember being very nice. Certainly far superior to the disaster that was the D2000 stock cable... those had a knack of getting twisted in oddest ways with no way to twist them back, and causing a fray. Ugh.

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I have to say, the stock cable nub on my D7k's have an amazing ability to always get snagged on things (like the end of a table or the armrests of my chair). I bet I'd have problems with that wood bit, though the cable is gorgeous!

 

I'd bet you wont.  The wood just slides on by biggrin.gif

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I'd bet you wont.  The wood just slides on by biggrin.gif

 

It's possible that since the cable is lighter it wouldn't cause a problem. But looking at the lip on the stock D7000 cable vs. the lip on that recable, I'm less sure.

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A little spice would be nice.

 

1000

 

If Denon made tongue_smile.gif desserts...

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A little spice would be nice.

 

 

 

 

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1000

 

 

 

 

Those look amazing preproman!!!

Almost makes me wish I hadn't sold mine. eek.gif

 

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Those look amazing preproman!!!

Almost makes me wish I hadn't sold mine. eek.gif

 

beerchug.gif

 

 

Thanks.  You got to hold on to what you got.

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