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Originally Posted by Mad Dude View Post

Yes, and it's working wonderfully! The Ear+ is a great tube amp, especially as it works so well with low-impedance 'phones too. The MAD amps are reportedly great with Grados (of course I sold my RS1 before buying the Ear+, silly me) but I'd say that pairing one with a Denon is just as great.

Yes it's a great amplifier. I used mine with Alessandro MS-Pro and it was great. Sold mine before getting my D7000 but had the chance to try my D5000 before that.
post #6707 of 7185

Keep you eyes peeled for full review on these bad boys.

 

 

 


Edited by HiFiGuy528 - 7/28/13 at 9:33am
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Originally Posted by HiFiGuy528 View Post

Keep you eyes peeled for full review on these bad boys.

 

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Great Pics - Looking forward to your comparison.

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Originally Posted by HiFiGuy528 View Post

Keep you eyes peeled for full review on these bad boys.







Look forward to it. Side by side, no memory, no preconceived biases. I like it.
post #6710 of 7185

D7k wins

 

review done? biggrin.gif

 

lol anyways, curious to see what your impressions and opinions are on them. 

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So has anyone done the "HD650 headband comfort mod" (originally meant for the Ultrasone Pro900) on their D7000 (or for that matter D5K or D2K)?

 

I did it to my D7000 the other day and love the results.  Now, the D7000 with the Lawton angle pads is to me, very comfortable but I'm a tinkerer and can't help myself.  So I had a spare HD650 headband laying around from my Signature Pro days (worked nice on them too) and figured why not.  Used some nice thin double stick tape and applied it to the inside of the headband.  Worked like a charm - what was possibly the only not perfectly comfortable part of the headphone now is very comfy.  Pics...............

 

 

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the d7000 really shines on HIGH GAIN in balance mode on my  audiogd nfb10 amp...

this can appreciates some good power. 

 

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dun need no headbandmod...my wig takes care of that. deadhorse.gif


Edited by Lorspeaker - 7/28/13 at 7:37pm
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Originally Posted by Dubstep Girl View Post

D7k wins

review done? biggrin.gif


lol anyways, curious to see what your impressions and opinions are on them. 

You forgot the D7100 is also really bad. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post
 

So has anyone done the "HD650 headband comfort mod" (originally meant for the Ultrasone Pro900) on their D7000 (or for that matter D5K or D2K)?

 

I did it to my D7000 the other day and love the results.  Now, the D7000 with the Lawton angle pads is to me, very comfortable but I'm a tinkerer and can't help myself.  So I had a spare HD650 headband laying around from my Signature Pro days (worked nice on them too) and figured why not.  Used some nice thin double stick tape and applied it to the inside of the headband.  Worked like a charm - what was possibly the only not perfectly comfortable part of the headphone now is very comfy.  Pics...............

 

 


Edited by jibzilla - 6/3/14 at 5:47am
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I have my d7000 hooked up to a fiio e17. What gain setting should I use, 0 or 6? I think 12 is too much for these
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Anyone ever try the Audeze Vegan pads on the D7000's?

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I have my d7000 hooked up to a fiio e17. What gain setting should I use, 0 or 6? I think 12 is too much for these

Edited by jibzilla - 6/3/14 at 5:45am
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Anyone ever try the Audeze Vegan pads on the D7000's?


Edited by jibzilla - 6/3/14 at 5:44am
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Originally Posted by Taowolf51 View Post

Anyone ever try the Audeze Vegan pads on the D7000's?

I'm pretty sure the vegan pads are too big for the D7000s.

post #6720 of 7185

This is Hollywood, send 'em to the Fabrication Dept. ksc75smile.gif

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