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post #31 of 35
I've just bought the Headsix. Don't trie that with the DT880, it's no use. I have exactly the same sound on my 30$ Sansa Clip with plenty of volume. I also tried it with my Vaio Pocket's line out but it's the same as well.
It must be a good amp otherwise but it's a total waste of money for this can.
post #32 of 35
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Originally Posted by GreatDane View Post
The iPod will laugh at you if you plug a 250 Ohm DT-880 into it...well at full volume it will be listenable but not very loud with a thin sound. The 250 Ohm DT-880 seems to be oddly difficult to drive comparing it to HD 650 which is 300 Ohms for instance.
Don't agree with this. With some kind of music, my DT880 really destroys my ears at full volume from a Zune.
post #33 of 35
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Originally Posted by bidoux View Post
Don't agree with this. With some kind of music, my DT880 really destroys my ears at full volume from a Zune.
How can you agree, I stated iPod not Zune...and how good does it really sound??
post #34 of 35
From comparing a 2007 produced Ipod 30 gig to a 2008 produced Zune 60 gig, the Zune is much louder. The sound is much better as well.
Like comparing Apples and Oranges really.
post #35 of 35
So just forget what I said. My bad in fact. Where did you find a 60g Zune ?
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