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They perform very well straight out of the headphone jack of my Cowon D2.

I wonder how they compare to the Denon D2000.
Anybody in these regions have D2000 I can try?
You're welcome. But I live in Winschoten, not exactly your region I guess.
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You're welcome. But I live in Winschoten, not exactly your region I guess.
Let's say that by the time I get there they'll be properly burned in....
post #48 of 310
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Let's say that by the time I get there they'll be properly burned in....
You're planning on walking?
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You're planning on walking?
No. Train.
It takes longer, but it is more comfortable.
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Kenwood was once known for making excellent audio gear. In the 70's they made some of the nicest budget turntables you could buy. They also had a higher-end line that was pretty good, but was never all that popular. I'm not sure if they ever completely exited the audio business, but they have certainly had periods when their audio products were, at a minimum, not very widely distributed in the USA.

But they are NOT a cake mixer company
Kenwood Chef - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is the one that I have
Kenwood Chef Mixer - Food Prep/Processors - Murray Steele Appliances Christchurch


I guess if Rio can make underwear then Kenwood can also make headphones.
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how do they perform with rock or metal music kees ?
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Kenwood Chef - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is the one that I have
Kenwood Chef Mixer - Food Prep/Processors - Murray Steele Appliances Christchurch


I guess if Rio can make underwear then Kenwood can also make headphones.

Kenwood Corporation, Japan make the headphones, and Kenwood Limited, UK make the food mixers.

The best receiver I ever had was a Trio (Kenwood) in the 70s. The Trio hooked up to a Dual turntable, Philips CD player and a pair of Bolivar speakers, kept me happy for a few years.

I'm interested in more opinions on these Kenwood headphones
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Kenwood Chef - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is the one that I have
Kenwood Chef Mixer - Food Prep/Processors - Murray Steele Appliances Christchurch


I guess if Rio can make underwear then Kenwood can also make headphones.
Not to be confused with the Japanese radio and audio manufacturer, Kenwood Electronics.
Kenwood Limited - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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In order to avoid more company name, brand and product mix-ups in this thread I hereby appoint Fraseyboy to be our Chef Mixer and to coordinate everything in a professional manner.
I am confident that he will make this a big success.
I suggest he'll start with getting himself a pair of Kenwood KH-K1000 (headphones) in order to learn and appreciate the difference with the mixer.
I expect a full account of his findings within two weeks.
post #55 of 310
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In order to avoid more company name, brand and product mix-ups in this thread I hereby appoint Fraseyboy to be our Chef Mixer and to coordinate everything in a professional manner.
I am confident that he will make this a big success.
I suggest he'll start with getting himself a pair of Kenwood KH-K1000 (headphones) in order to learn and appreciate the difference with the mixer.
I expect a full account of his findings within two weeks.
LOL Perhaps the mixer has a headphone output to know when the mix is done for the pulp's sound.

Rgrds
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how do they perform with rock or metal music kees ?
As they are now (still burning in) they are very good for rock. I tried some Allman Brothers, Creedence Clearwater Revival and ACDC.
Metal is not my forte, but ACDC sound extremely well from these phones.
I have to be careful, they really like to be played LOUD.
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LOL Perhaps the mixer has a headphone output to know when the mix is done for the pulp's sound.

Rgrds
Yes. We don't want sloppy bass or fluffy highs.
post #58 of 310
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Originally Posted by Kees View Post
In order to avoid more company name, brand and product mix-ups in this thread I hereby appoint Fraseyboy to be our Chef Mixer and to coordinate everything in a professional manner.
I am confident that he will make this a big success.
I suggest he'll start with getting himself a pair of Kenwood KH-K1000 (headphones) in order to learn and appreciate the difference with the mixer.
I expect a full account of his findings within two weeks.
I am flattered to be accepted for the role of Chef Mixer. Be assured that I shall fill this role to the best of my ability and will strive to make the eggs fluffier, the cookies doughier and the cakes more cake-like.

Unfortunately, I may not be able to purchase a KH-K1000 Patented Cake Mixer addon due to the extra funds needed for such an item. This is unfortunate as the KH-K1000 Patented Cake Mixer addon would surely boost my Mixing productivity by at least 36%.

Be assured though, there will be a whole lot more mixing now that I am assigned to the role.
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Originally Posted by fraseyboy View Post
I am flattered to be accepted for the role of Chef Mixer. Be assured that I shall fill this role to the best of my ability and will strive to make the eggs fluffier, the cookies doughier and the cakes more cake-like.

Unfortunately, I may not be able to purchase a KH-K1000 Patented Cake Mixer addon due to the extra funds needed for such an item. This is unfortunate as the KH-K1000 Patented Cake Mixer addon would surely boost my Mixing productivity by at least 36%.

Be assured though, there will be a whole lot more mixing now that I am assigned to the role.
Ah! Dynamic! I like dynamic. Just remember: in a professional manner.
No compression. Airy, but not too airy (I don't want it to be insubstantial), good texture and no added coloring.

Chocolate for me please.
post #60 of 310
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Ah! Dynamic! I like dynamic. Just remember: in a professional manner.
No compression. Airy, but not too airy (I don't want it to be insubstantial), good texture and no added coloring.

Chocolate for me please.
The Chef Mixer is required to remind you that you will be baked, and then there will be cake.
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