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Originally Posted by Taowolf51 View Post
 

 

It's not too hard. You can save a little money and just buy some Dynamat. You have to cut it out, but that doesn't take long.

 

Am I correct in saying Mark doesn't put dynamat on the D7000 baffle anymore? (The bit with all the holes). If so, a Lawton level 1 mod should be pretty easy to do yourself.


Edited by jibzilla - 6/3/14 at 4:39am
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Anyone have any first hand experience with a Argon HA2 in combination with the D7k?

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Ok another question then. Burson HA-160 with the D7000 is a great match right? I hear good things but still on the fence so anyone wanna pitch in?

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yes,The listening for a long time is a light magnesium frame that achieves a comfortable installation feeling.

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Originally Posted by ThaVman View Post

Ok another question then. Burson HA-160 with the D7000 is a great match right? I hear good things but still on the fence so anyone wanna pitch in?


 



I don't have Burson HA-160 but HA-160DS and it's fantastic smily_headphones1.gif even with Audeze LCD2.1 it's pretty amazing for the price.
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wouldn't baby soloist be better than the older burson amps? i've heard lots of bad things about the 160s...

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Noooo don't say that, i just got one frown.gif
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Originally Posted by Dubstep Girl View Post
 

wouldn't baby soloist be better than the older burson amps? i've heard lots of bad things about the 160s...

 

 

I often wonder about this...

 

The 160 was the cat's meow when it came out and now all of a sudden its dirty litter. In what way does the Soloist sound better than the 160?

 

And what happens to the Soloist in two years when Burson replaces it? Will we suddenly hear for ourselves what we've been missing yet again? And again, and again... ?

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Originally Posted by palmfish View Post
 

 

 

I often wonder about this...

 

The 160 was the cat's meow when it came out and now all of a sudden its dirty litter. In what way does the Soloist sound better than the 160?

 

And what happens to the Soloist in two years when Burson replaces it? Will we suddenly hear for ourselves what we've been missing yet again? And again, and again... ?

 

Isn't this what always seem to happen? I mean this isn't new at all. The HD650/600 and HE-500 are now considered Mid-Fi. It wasn't to long ago these headphones were at the top, and people that had them were considered Summit-Fi material. I've just accepted the fact that some people need to have the FOTY gear in order to be considered relevant. Can't stop the train...

 
I wouldn't argue amazing sound quality comes at a price though...
 
PS: I enjoyed the HA-160 with the Denon's and Fostex headphones. I used the amp exclusively for a few months, and I found it that the bass slam (the strongest area of Burson amps, IMO) was really good. Better than my full decked B22. Everything else was much better on the B22 though..
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Ah well im going from the built in Headphone amp in my Asus Phoebus to the Burson HA-160 so i guess it will be a nice step up regardless of the even "better" options out there. Also got a great deal on the Burson and the b22 is way out of my price range.

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Trust your own ears. dt880smile.png


... Although you gotta be wary, because even those sneaky bastards will lie to you sometimes. triportsad.gif





Trust 15 year old El Dorado . It never lies to you.

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Originally Posted by Pudu View Post

Trust your own ears. dt880smile.png


... Although you gotta be wary, because even those sneaky bastards will lie to you sometimes. triportsad.gif





Trust 15 year old El Dorado . It never lies to you.

 

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post #6808 of 7196
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Originally Posted by ThaVman View Post
 

Ok another question then. Burson HA-160 with the D7000 is a great match right? I hear good things but still on the fence so anyone wanna pitch in?

 

try audiogd nfb10.32..:P

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Hah well, as always guys thanks for the great advice! :p I'll be happy with the HA-160 for a while before i start upgrading again. Gotta get that bifrost first before i do any other major upgrades. Also one more question. When i get the amp ill first be using it without the bifrost so straight from the soundcard. Now the headphone jack for my current soundcard already has a amp built in. Could i just hook the Burson to the same jack if i put the gain on the headphone amp in the card to normal?

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Originally Posted by ThaVman View Post
 

Hah well, as always guys thanks for the great advice! :p I'll be happy with the HA-160 for a while before i start upgrading again. Gotta get that bifrost first before i do any other major upgrades. Also one more question. When i get the amp ill first be using it without the bifrost so straight from the soundcard. Now the headphone jack for my current soundcard already has a amp built in. Could i just hook the Burson to the same jack if i put the gain on the headphone amp in the card to normal?

For best results, NO. Using the headphone jack to connect to your Burson is not a great idea; but it will do if you need to use that setup for a short time until you get your DAC. Listen for yourself and see if it sounds alright for the short term.

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