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Originally Posted by ThaVman View Post

Ok well that solves that! So 500 euro a good price for a 7000? Ive seen em go for less and for more, so im not sure.
I paid more than that for my pair, so just go for it ! smily_headphones1.gif
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Originally Posted by ThaVman View Post

Ok well that solves that! So 500 euro a good price for a 7000? Ive seen em go for less and for more, so im not sure.

 

Yape, I've got mine for $650 CAD when USD rate was pretty much even.
So for 500 Euro is pretty good price considering it's very hard to find a brand new D7000.
post #6753 of 7196
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Originally Posted by Canadian411 View Post

 

Yape, I've got mine for $650 CAD when USD rate was pretty much even.So for 500 Euro is pretty good price considering it's very hard to find a brand new D7000.

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Got a 7 month old Denon D7000 for 480 euro last year(in Denmark). I think that was a very good price.
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Ok i just sent the seller an e-mail. My girlfriend is going to murder me!

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Originally Posted by Sko0byDoo View Post


I have both D2k and D7k, and agree with other on D7000. The mod will not significantly change the D2k.

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The Lawton mods will not make D2 or even D5k better than D7k
post #6758 of 7196

D7000 is really a good headphone. It's my next target. lol

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Originally Posted by Dubstep Girl View Post

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The Lawton mods will not make D2 or even D5k better than D7k

 

This is correct.

I actually found the Lawton mods created a worse listening experience than either of those two stock cans... and nowhere close to the excellence of the D7k.

post #6760 of 7196

Ok so i just made the deal, going to pick them up this weekend! Whoo so am i part of the club now :P? Also are there any mods that you guys would recommend i do on them?

post #6761 of 7196
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Originally Posted by ThaVman View Post
 

Ok so i just made the deal, going to pick them up this weekend! Whoo so am i part of the club now :P? Also are there any mods that you guys would recommend i do on them?

My preference was, after listening to the D7000 stock, to have Mark Lawton do his magic and add angle pads.  Made a good headphone great.  Again, my opinion from my listening.  And when I auditioned a TH-600 with my D7000's side by side (same music/amp/etc) they were the equal of the Fostex phones.  Made me feel good knowing how much the TH600 is highly talked of (rightfully so by the way) that these were as good. 

 

Like the looks of wood cups as well and if you want to spend some $ Lawton has cups available in all sorts of different woods.  Not sure if there is any sound improvement myself from the stock wood but some believe it does (just as some feel changing wires makes a sound difference). 

post #6762 of 7196

Yes im not US based though. That means the shipping costs would be tremendous. I did see the angle pads and was thinking about adding those later. Going to listen to vanilla D7k first haha. Quite a step up in price from my Dt990.

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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post
 

My preference was, after listening to the D7000 stock, to have Mark Lawton do his magic and add angle pads.  Made a good headphone great.  Again, my opinion from my listening.  And when I auditioned a TH-600 with my D7000's side by side (same music/amp/etc) they were the equal of the Fostex phones.  Made me feel good knowing how much the TH600 is highly talked of (rightfully so by the way) that these were as good. 

 

Like the looks of wood cups as well and if you want to spend some $ Lawton has cups available in all sorts of different woods.  Not sure if there is any sound improvement myself from the stock wood but some believe it does (just as some feel changing wires makes a sound difference). 

 

That's weird, my Denon D7000 came with the angle pads, not much as LCD2/3 pads but slightly angled. And not sure spending extra money on Lawton, I will instead spend couple hundred more for TH900. ^^.

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Originally Posted by Canadian411 View Post

That's weird, my Denon D7000 came with the angle pads, not much as LCD2/3 pads but slightly angled. And not sure spending extra money on Lawton, I will instead spend couple hundred more for TH900. ^^.
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Originally Posted by Canadian411 View Post

That's weird, my Denon D7000 came with the angle pads, not much as LCD2/3 pads but slightly angled. And not sure spending extra money on Lawton, I will instead spend couple hundred more for TH900. ^^.

Yeah, the stock pads have a slight angle but they're not the angle pads from Lawton. You can see the difference on his website.

Anyway, the TH900 for $1500 vs a D7000 for around $750 before mods. Pads $100 and the mods $100 and you're done. Just a wee bit more than a couple hundred but I get the point. biggrin.gif Same discussion I've had in my mind a number of times.
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