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post #2176 of 3931
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Originally Posted by kelvanE View Post

Anyone who has had this problem can you shed some clarity on the issue? What driver is required to fit the screw, then what length fits in. There should be an instant link like, __________(blue), for the right tool for this issue.

 

Again, Denon must be contacted, en masse, and we should get the tool with the new packages.

 

Thanks guys - K

 

I am not sure what size the screw is, but given the space, I would say that an offset screwdriver should be able to get the job done.

post #2177 of 3931
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Originally Posted by Darkblade48 View Post

 

I am not sure what size the screw is, but given the space, I would say that an offset screwdriver should be able to get the job done.

Thank you for responding. And sorry for the double posts everyone.

 

Now, do you think I could find an offset screwdriver just at a normal local hardware store (like Ace Hardware) ?

 

I'd love to find out the proper screw size to only buy one instead of a whole set as that'd save me a lot of money.

 

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post #2178 of 3931

How worried should I be about the ear cups coming loose and falling off?  Is it a common problem?  It sounds like a pain especially if I have to buy a special tool to install them again.  Do I really need to buy spare parts "just in case"?
 

post #2179 of 3931
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Originally Posted by SteveSatch View Post

How worried should I be about the ear cups coming loose and falling off?  Is it a common problem?  It sounds like a pain especially if I have to buy a special tool to install them again.  Do I really need to buy spare parts "just in case"?
 

Isnt it just an issue of the screw backing out? Just take it out now and Loctite Blue it in there. Never have to worry about it again.

post #2180 of 3931
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Originally Posted by ben_r_ View Post

Isnt it just an issue of the screw backing out? Just take it out now and Loctite Blue it in there. Never have to worry about it again.

 

Loctite Blue it in there. 
 
Which tool to get it in ? an offset screwdriver? 
 
I'm listening to the headphones now, it's awesome you can reattach the cup after the left (or right) has fallen off, and they sit on the head nice, it just sucks for traveling because they need a plastic bag and napkins to cover the gimbal, so as not to scratch the cups.
 
I'll all good
post #2181 of 3931

Best headphones. Great bass. Syrupy. I love the Denon D2000s.

post #2182 of 3931

w/ an iBasso D4 "MAMBA" blink.gif

post #2183 of 3931

loctite threadlocker blue 242

 

Loctitle Blue Threadlocker Stick.

 

or

 

offset /

 

precision screw driver ? who has done this? honestly now, who has done this?

post #2184 of 3931

Glue or screw?

post #2185 of 3931
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Originally Posted by ben_r_ View Post

Isnt it just an issue of the screw backing out? Just take it out now and Loctite Blue it in there. Never have to worry about it again.


I can't put locktite in it pre-coming loose as a screwdriver won't fit : )  I don't own an offset one.

post #2186 of 3931

:D saw a thread in a brazilian forum that had the screw kit for sell
 

post #2187 of 3931

Denon AH-D2000/D5000 used with a Fiio E9

I thought the Fiio E9's impedance of 10-Ohm would not be a good match for the 25-Ohm Denons.

Are Denon owners having good luck using the Fiio E9 to drive the 25-Ohm Denons?

post #2188 of 3931

I mainly use my Denons with my Asgard, but I do have an E9 on my PC so I can check out the sound of that combo.

post #2189 of 3931

I think the Asgard have an output impedance of 5ohms or 10ohms as well

 

I used to have a E7/9 combo driving my D2k and I quite liked it :D

post #2190 of 3931

I posted this on the deals thread, but just wanted to give the heads up to folks on this thread.  Got my D2000 for $250 today after talking to J&R over the phone. It's $299 on Amazon J&R Marketplace, but haggled it down. 

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