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post #6166 of 7185
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Originally Posted by ajreynol View Post

Hey guys, my headband is getting a little wavy.  Is there a way to fix it, or a way to order a replacement headband?

 

Can add a pic or two if needed.  It feels fine; just looks kinda weird.

 

I'm not sure if you can order a full replacement headband, but you can look into that option.

 

Also, Mark Lawton made a pair of Denons with a custom headband. He doesn't have a service for it, but if you contact him about it, he may do it for a fee. Also, looking at the design of the headband, it doesn't look like it would be too hard to make one yourself. Just remove the headband, remove the pleather from the internal structure, then take a fairly thin piece of glove leather and wrap it around some filler around the internal structure parts.

 

It's also possible that the pleather cover has just come loose. If you unscrew the metal bits on the side holding it in, you may be able to stretch it back out and rescrew it in place.

post #6167 of 7185

 

Just picked this up at Hd Tracks, it sounds incredible through the D7000's!

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post #6168 of 7185
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Originally Posted by grokit View Post

 

 

Just picked this up at Hd Tracks, it sounds incredible through the D7000's!

beerchug.gif can't stop listening

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post #6169 of 7185
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Originally Posted by grokit View Post

 

Just picked this up at Hd Tracks, it sounds incredible through the D7000's!

beerchug.gif can't stop listening

 

 

 

post #6170 of 7185

How does the d7000 do in midbass? I listen to quite a bit of electronic and that music genre is more mid-bass oriented rather than subbass which seems like what the d7000 is good at. Also, does the d7000 have less peaky highs than the d5000. In this price range, there is the lcd2 but it apparently just doesn't give me the bottom oomph i'm looking for when I listen to electronic. Love the lushness and warmth of all woodies though. So anybody input:

 

LCD-2 vs D7k vs Senns HD650. 

 

Thanks alot.

post #6171 of 7185

LCD-2 has more midbass punch and slam than the d7000 but not as much sub-bass. i prefer the LCD-2 to the D7000.

 

the d7000 will probably have more highs than the d5000 and less midbass.

 

the LCD-2 are excellent for electronic, better than d7000 imo for that. d7000 are unmatched when it comes to rap/hip-hop.

 

also look into HE-500 for electronic, very nice, though can be uncomfortable.

post #6172 of 7185
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Originally Posted by Dubstep Girl View Post

LCD-2 has more midbass punch and slam than the d7000 but not as much sub-bass. i prefer the LCD-2 to the D7000.

 

the d7000 will probably have more highs than the d5000 and less midbass.

 

the LCD-2 are excellent for electronic, better than d7000 imo for that. d7000 are unmatched when it comes to rap/hip-hop.

 

also look into HE-500 for electronic, very nice, though can be uncomfortable.

But ppl say the th-900 has more midbass than the lcd-2 and the d7k has more midbass than the th-900 so 

supposedly the d7k is supposed to have more midbass than the lcd-2. Are you sure the d7k has less midbass

than the lcd-2, it isn't what I heard on the th-900 thread though. Can you clarify please, because I tried the lcd-2

and find to be lacking somewhat in the midbass section and was hoping if I buy the d7k, it would solve that problem.

I know very well that the lcd 2 would be a better value overall in sq because one it is open and the other it is an ortho,

but even so I don't mind sacrificing some sq to get that extra low end oomph for my electronic music! :)

post #6173 of 7185

that could also be the sub-bass leaking into the mid-bass. it might has more overall because its more enveloping with a slower decay, but it lacks punch, impact, and slam that the LCD-2 delivers. so i feel like the LCD-2 had more mid-bass. the LCD-2 is tighter which is probably also why the TH-900 would appear to have more mid-bass, cause its fuller and more subwoofer-like. but i dont think it has the same impact as LCD-2.

 

D7k is a great headphone and definitely has more bass overall than the LCD-2, but i feel the LCD-2 still has more mid-bass punch for electronic music. the D7k didn't work for me with electronic, only rap/hiphop cause it does have a ton of sub-bass, but i don't think you're looking for sub-bass, it would only muddy up electronic music.


Edited by Dubstep Girl - 3/22/13 at 8:17pm
post #6174 of 7185
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Originally Posted by Dubstep Girl View Post

that could also be the sub-bass leaking into the mid-bass. it might has more overall because its more enveloping with a slower decay, but it lacks punch, impact, and slam that the LCD-2 delivers. so i feel like the LCD-2 had more mid-bass. the LCD-2 is tighter which is probably also why the TH-900 would appear to have more mid-bass, cause its fuller and more subwoofer-like. but i dont think it has the same impact as LCD-2.

D7k is a great headphone and definitely has more bass overall than the LCD-2, but i feel the LCD-2 still has more mid-bass punch for electronic music. the D7k didn't work for me with electronic, only rap/hiphop cause it does have a ton of sub-bass, but i don't think you're looking for sub-bass, it would only muddy up electronic music.

Thanks! Guess I am crossing the d7k off my list, sad it looks great.
post #6175 of 7185
The D7000 has a polite mid bass. Quite reserved in comparison to it's sub bass. The LCD2 definitely hits harder, but the overall bass bloom belongs to the D7000 which is much more atmospheric in bass than the LCD2.
post #6176 of 7185
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

The D7000 has a polite mid bass. Quite reserved in comparison to it's sub bass. The LCD2 definitely hits harder, but the overall bass bloom belongs to the D7000 which is much more atmospheric in bass than the LCD2.

Okay, it's back on my list. ==
post #6177 of 7185
Basically, D7K for the enveloping bass and low, visceral rumble, not for it's punch which is reserved in comparison to the LCD2 which hits quite hard when a song asks for it.
post #6178 of 7185
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

Basically, D7K for the enveloping bass and low, visceral rumble, not for it's punch which is reserved in comparison to the LCD2 which hits quite hard when a song asks for it.

Okay he lcd 2 packs a lot of punch but not enough in quantity but since its such a good can, maybe I can just close an eye.
post #6179 of 7185
Uhh, the LCD2 packs a wallop, IMHO. Its just not emphasized in the same manner as the D7k in terms of sub bass, bit it still does that well too.
post #6180 of 7185
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

Uhh, the LCD2 packs a wallop, IMHO. Its just not emphasized in the same manner as the D7k in terms of sub bass, bit it still does that well too.

Maybe accurate bass? Well, I have my mind almost set on the LCD-2, just figuring out what amp/dac to go with it and also my overall costs.
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