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post #6541 of 7185
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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post


I'm sorry, but a Mad Dog can't hold a D7K's jockstrap....................

 

:-)  - smiley face folks but it's true.  Had the Mad Dogs and have a D2K..............purely my silly opinion. 

 

Then why are you talking about a headphone you haven't even owned or heard... silly assumptions.

post #6542 of 7185
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Originally Posted by Greed View Post

Then why are you talking about a headphone you haven't even owned or heard... silly assumptions.

You have a point, though you tend to make them just to make them.

Probably not silly to believe that a D7K is a wee bit better than my D2K.
post #6543 of 7185

The D7000 were really good, but if you have to pay more than $700 to get one I'd rather get a Fostex TH-600.

post #6544 of 7185
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Originally Posted by eac3 View Post

Thanks for the quick responses guys. I have been satisfied with my Mad dogs...but before my headphone search...i was really looking into the D5000 until they all got discontinued.....anyways...i spotted a d7k recently,.....and felt a bit curious.....

 

In terms of audiophile performance, the Mad Dogs are much more balanced than the D7000 and D5000. If you want a headphone with a bit more bass, albeit a slightly sloppier and boomier bass, you could look into the D5k and D7k. 

post #6545 of 7185
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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post


You have a point, though you tend to make them just to make them.

Probably not silly to believe that a D7K is a wee bit better than my D2K.

 

Using your verbiage, the D2K can't hold a D7K's jock strap imo...

 

I make comments like that because you made and assumption based on what? Some sort of second hand knowledge? I can understand if you're in the market for a certain headphone, can't audition them, so you base your decision on reviews and others impressions, but to make blanket statements like that without even hearing them is silly. What version of Mad Dogs did you hear? Are you talking about general SQ or something more technical? Because the D7K are very good headphones, but for someone that doesn't want the "fun" sound signature, the Mad Dogs could very well be "better". 


Edited by Greed - 6/3/13 at 5:46pm
post #6546 of 7185
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Originally Posted by 3X0 View Post
 

The D7000 were really good, but if you have to pay more than $700 to get one I'd rather get a Fostex TH-600.


Edited by jibzilla - 6/3/14 at 6:57pm
post #6547 of 7185

Sadly had to put my D7000 up for sale for any of those interested. Been a fun ride, this thread was great. 

post #6548 of 7185

Sorry to see them go. I've currently got 1,809 hrs on mine - hope to see 5,000! Haven't used them in a few months and might be another couple of months before I resume my assault on 5k!

post #6549 of 7185
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Originally Posted by jronan2 View Post

Sadly had to put my D7000 up for sale for any of those interested. Been a fun ride, this thread was great. 

 

Fostex TH-900 ftw?

post #6550 of 7185
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Originally Posted by Greed View Post

 

Fostex TH-900 ftw?

 

Pretty much, although not by an insanely wide margin. More so my other 2 headphones are better, which they should be, and 3 headphones is complete overkill for the amount of time I can dedicate to listening. 

post #6551 of 7185
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Originally Posted by jronan2 View Post

 

Pretty much, although not by an insanely wide margin. More so my other 2 headphones are better, which they should be

 

kinda the reason why i sold my d7000 as well, i plan on getting TH-900s later this year if all goes well tongue_smile.gif

post #6552 of 7185

Seems to me that, if I follow the blood-line, I'll find satisfaction. 

post #6553 of 7185
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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post

You have a point, though you tend to make them just to make them.

Probably not silly to believe that a D7K is a wee bit better than my D2K.

D7000 is not a wee bit better than D2000. It's significantly better in sound quality. For starters, the D2000's pacing is dragier than the D7000's.
post #6554 of 7185
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Originally Posted by gzone3lement View Post

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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post

You have a point, though you tend to make them just to make them.

Probably not silly to believe that a D7K is a wee bit better than my D2K.

D7000 is not a wee bit better than D2000. It's significantly better in sound quality. For starters, the D2000's pacing is dragier than the D7000's.

 

I've discovered that these two headphones require different amplification strategies to sound their respective best.

post #6555 of 7185
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Originally Posted by grokit View Post

I've discovered that these two headphones require different amplification strategies to sound their respective best.

They do. When I had PS Audio GHCA amp, D5000, and D7000, I thought that I preferred D5000 over D7000 in terms of price/sound performance. At first I thought I regretted purchasing the D7000. After I received a more powerful amp (SPL Phonitor), I prefer D7000 over D5000. I think the new amp unleashed the D7000's sound to its potential.
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