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Originally Posted by roskodan View Post
 

hi, is there a way to tell the manufacturing date, year, from the serial number of a d7000? i'm looking for a 2012 model

 

denon usa got no email contact and the ask question form on their website  is broken

 

 

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Originally Posted by Taowolf51 View Post
 

There are some exterior parts that are different, Tyll goes over it here:

 

http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/luscious-denon-ah-d2000-ah-d50000-and-ah-d7000-page-2

 

 

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Originally Posted by roskodan View Post
 

thx, i see, but i can't check that about the L slots and foam, got only the s/n from the seller here in the classifieds http://www.head-fi.org/t/720682/

 

sent an inquiry via denon's japanese site contact form, which seems to work fine unlike the usa one, hopefully they'll know :rolleyes:

 

 

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<回答内容>
AHD7000ですが、2008年09月から2012年07月に生産された製品となります。

尚、製品のシリアルNOより具体的な製造年や製造月を公開は行っておりません。
ご了承のほどお願い申し上げます。

they can't say :) top secret :cool:

 

 

@Tyll Hertsens maybe Mr. Hertsens has a hint on what was the s/n of the 2012 ah-d7000 from the innerfidelity review?


Edited by roskodan - 6/27/14 at 8:13am
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each time i put the D7k on tubes...i feel blesssssed :)

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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post
 

each time i put the D7k on tubes...i feel blesssssed :)

What tube amp do you use?

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^ was about to ask the same question

Still enjoying d7k here too
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Darkvoice 336se :P

 

Westinghouse 6as7 at the back, a TungSol 6SN7 for the front. 

( ignore the HD650 in the foto, he is just jealous :P)

 

 

Grab this album...so seductive..Bocelli singing all the love songs.


Edited by Lorspeaker - 8/20/14 at 5:24pm
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I just got another set of D7000s not going to sell them again ever
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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post
 

Darkvoice 336se :P

 

Westinghouse 6as7 at the back, a TungSol 6SN7 for the front. 

( ignore the HD650 in the foto, he is just jealous :P)

 

 

Grab this album...so seductive..Bocelli singing all the love songs.

 

 

Your post made me try something, I stuck my Bottlehead Quickie between my DAC and amp as a pseudo tube buffer. It sounds nice, I may set something up to allow me to quickly switch between DAC > Amp and DAC > Quickie > Amp. I lucked out with a pair of Radiotechnique tubes that I really like the sound of.

 

Was listening to a very interesting pair of tracks:

http://nadiasirota.bandcamp.com/album/in-teaching-others-we-teach-ourselves-single-with-son-lux-remix


Edited by Taowolf51 - 8/20/14 at 6:00pm
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Originally Posted by KimChee View Post

I just got another set of D7000s not going to sell them again ever


nice! yes, they are some fun cans...picked up the th900 thinking that i'd sell the d7000, but ended up keeping both. 

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what pads are u using for this new pair?  wondering what;s a good replacement once the Jmoneypads flattened or brittled out ....just a distant worry. :P

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Originally Posted by Taowolf51 View Post
 

Your post made me try something, Lorspeaker, I stuck my Bottlehead Quickie between my DAC and amp as a pseudo tube buffer. It sounds nice, I may set something up to allow me to quickly switch between DAC > Amp and DAC > Quickie > Amp. I lucked out with a pair of Radiotechnique tubes that I really like the sound of.

 

http://bottlehead.com/quickie-1-1-battery-powered-directly-heated-tube-preamplifier-kit-specs/

This little thang looks gooood !!

 

----------------------------------------------------

 

 

i actually have a CSP2+ as a pre amp...then to the DV336se ,

find that i can vary the soundstage with the two volume knobs...

v interesting.. if u have two amps lying around, try it.


Edited by Lorspeaker - 8/20/14 at 6:05pm
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Originally Posted by kugino View Post
 


nice! yes, they are some fun cans...picked up the th900 thinking that i'd sell the d7000, but ended up keeping both. 

 

I've been thinking that I may try and upgrade to a TH900 at some point, but I do fear I'll end up keeping both. I've really dialed the D7000's in to match my musical tastes.

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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post
 

 

i actually have a CSP2+ as a pre amp...then to the DV336se ,

find that i can vary the soundstage with the two volume knobs...

v interesting.. if u have two amps lying around, try it.

 

That's interesting. Unfortunately, I don't have two tube amps; maybe one day, though!

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Originally Posted by kugino View Post


nice! yes, they are some fun cans...picked up the th900 thinking that i'd sell the d7000, but ended up keeping both. 

I was the unlucky one, sold my d7000 after I got th900. frown.gif
Something that I regret deeply...
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i bought the DV336se really cheap...about usd100 or slightly more in mint condition. 2nd hand..

Built like a tank, sounds glorious..alot of nice bloom/body in general, of cos also subj to the tubes.

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Originally Posted by Canadian411 View Post


I was the unlucky one, sold my d7000 after I got th900. frown.gif
Something that I regret deeply...

 

Really? What don't the TH900's do that the D7000's do?

 

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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post
 

i bought the DV336se really cheap...about usd100 or slightly more in mint condition. 2nd hand..

Built like a tank, sounds glorious..alot of nice bloom/body in general, of cos also subj to the tubes.

 

 

That's awesome! I may keep my eyes out for a great deal on a tube amp. The fact that the Quickie runs on batteries prevents me from using it as much as I should. Having one that plugs into the wall would definitely be worth it.


Edited by Taowolf51 - 8/20/14 at 6:12pm
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