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post #7111 of 7185

Price aside (because they can always be gifted :wink:), maybe the TH900 has a marginally better presentation? 

post #7112 of 7185
I think I am getting ed8 back due to 1. good isolation and 2. doesn't leak.

There is this old lady at my work on the phone with the customers all day long and just annoying to hear her voice. Lol. Denon doesn't block well unless I play really loud.

If you already own d7000 no need to upgrade to th900, save money for the vacation or home renovation. wink.gif
post #7113 of 7185
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If you already own d7000 no need to upgrade to th900, save money for the vacation or home renovation. wink.gif

:thumb: I can get with that!

post #7114 of 7185
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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post
 

 

I have to agree.  Side by side with my D7000 my 52 year old ears cannot tell much difference.  I got my TH900 by selling a D5000 and Edition 8 and using the proceeds to buy them, as I was very curious to the delta vs the D7000.  I'm still glad I did it as I had no need for either can I moved to get these.  They are gorgeous, they sound amazing and they are uber comfy.................but so are the D7000 all those things for $700ish. 

 

Right now I've got my TH900 with Mark Lawton doing his magic to the cups so maybe they will be kicked up a notch.  Should be back within a week or so. 

 

I am a confessed Denon/Fostex sound signature lover.  All of them, from the D2000 to the TH600 and all in between the sound is just perfect to me.  I've spent the weekend listening to my D2000's and realizing how good they are.........

 

The DX000s series is actually fairly balance frequency wise.  I think people get the perception of a slight bloom in the bass because it is a closed headphone, the accusations that the bass bleeds into the mids, and the mids being 'recessed' is actually, I believe, another altogether different issue entirely and is unrelated to bass volume.

 

I remember doing a comparison years ago between all the cans at my disposal with the HDTracks drum reference recording and found that only the D7000 had a correct kick-drum amplitude - I documented it somewhere in head-fi.  This was in comparo to T1/HD800/LCD2/HD650/K701.  Never heard the TH900, but can't imagine they'd be all that different, as pointed out by yourself.

post #7115 of 7185

Well, after a year of owning my beloved D7000's, it is time for me to part ways with them.

 

I have upgraded to the TH900.

post #7116 of 7185
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Originally Posted by KBerube80 View Post
 

Well, after a year of owning my beloved D7000's, it is time for me to part ways with them.

 

I have upgraded to the TH900.

:beerchug:

post #7117 of 7185
Ooooh i hope u will not miss that sweeeeet sound the D7K has...wink.gif
post #7118 of 7185

I hope it makes your spring, bilgates! :wink_face: But do let us know...

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Yea, still chillin with this portable fiio E17> E12> D7K, cannot wait for a meet up to here some desktops. In the mean time Oooh so smoooooth. smily_headphones1.gif
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http://www.oaktreevintage.com/web_photos/Stereo_Receivers/Sansui_G-8000_Receiver_Web.jpg

Use to have this old sansui G-8000 when I went to okinawa. It was a beast. Thats when I first heard Denon Cans.biggrin.gif
post #7121 of 7185
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Originally Posted by KBerube80 View Post
 

Well, after a year of owning my beloved D7000's, it is time for me to part ways with them.

 

I have upgraded to the TH900.

 

Congrats! I think it maybe time for me to sale my TH600's and upgrade to the TH900's as well. Had the D7k's but sold them to fund the TH-600 lol So its time to come full circle and get the TH-900's. The new Hifiman's are looking very promising too but just like Frank aka Oregonian I'm a big fan of the Denon/Fostex house sound so I think I already know which way I'll lean. 

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

:evil:

post #7122 of 7185
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Originally Posted by Bilgates View Post

http://www.oaktreevintage.com/web_photos/Stereo_Receivers/Sansui_G-8000_Receiver_Web.jpg

Use to have this old sansui G-8000 when I went to okinawa. It was a beast. Thats when I first heard Denon Cans.biggrin.gif

All I ever wanted to do is hear the D7000 out of my Sansui G-22000. :basshead:

post #7123 of 7185
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Originally Posted by Bilgates View Post

Yea, still chillin with this portable fiio E17> E12> D7K, cannot wait for a meet up to here some desktops. In the mean time Oooh so smoooooth. smily_headphones1.gif

:D For a minute, you nearly had me singing the Alphabet

post #7124 of 7185
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Originally Posted by Silent One View Post
 

All I ever wanted to do is hear the D7000 out of my Sansui G-22000. :basshead:


Invite me over and I'll share!  And bring my TH900's.................

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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post
 

Invite me over and I'll share!  And bring my TH900's.................

Let me look over the calendar, as the big 'G' is on its way out the door next month or two...

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