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I'm thinking of buying either the AHD 2000 or 5000 for my new portable cans and was wondering what people thought of the idea and whether the 5000 is worth the extra cash!

post #2327 of 3620
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Originally Posted by BRicci View Post

I might rethink my amp choice for the D5000's..

What is the most bass-heavy amp I can get for it to pair up with the MSII?

 

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Originally Posted by mrAdrian View Post

Digizoid ZO 2.3

 

XD

 

Word. You really can't find better bass extension for the price. The ZO has 32 bass levels to choose from. 

post #2328 of 3620
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Originally Posted by kookajamo View Post

I'm thinking of buying either the AHD 2000 or 5000 for my new portable cans and was wondering what people thought of the idea and whether the 5000 is worth the extra cash!

 

They're not the best portable cans to be honest.

How much extra cash for the D5000s?

post #2329 of 3620

I would just get the D2000 and later buy the D7000 cable and wooden cups.
 

post #2330 of 3620
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Originally Posted by kookajamo View Post

I'm thinking of buying either the AHD 2000 or 5000 for my new portable cans and was wondering what people thought of the idea and whether the 5000 is worth the extra cash!

i own the d-5000 and they are not really portable they are more of a desktop type reason is that they are not really tight on the head and i have the lawton pads on which are thicker

post #2331 of 3620
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Originally Posted by MIKELAP View Post

i own the d-5000 and they are not really portable they are more of a desktop type reason is that they are not really tight on the head and i have the lawton pads on which are thicker

Okay thanks for the info, I'm trying to make sure I get a nice portable pair and I try to read all the reviews on Amazon and what not but I really have no idea what makes headphones portable other then no leakage ect (As in like what in the specs makes them portable or not when listed by the manufacturer). 

 

I have a $1000 budget, any recommendations on something portable with nice bass? I was looking at the http://www.amazon.com/Ultrasone-PRO-900-Professional-Headphones/dp/B001F00F0E  . I posted in that apprecation thread with some questions, thought I'd update here as well. 

post #2332 of 3620
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Originally Posted by kookajamo View Post

Okay thanks for the info, I'm trying to make sure I get a nice portable pair and I try to read all the reviews on Amazon and what not but I really have no idea what makes headphones portable other then no leakage ect (As in like what in the specs makes them portable or not when listed by the manufacturer). 

 

I have a $1000 budget, any recommendations on something portable with nice bass? I was looking at the http://www.amazon.com/Ultrasone-PRO-900-Professional-Headphones/dp/B001F00F0E  . I posted in that apprecation thread with some questions, thought I'd update here as well. 

i guess you have to look at the size of the headphone i gather that portable phones have smaller ear pads i guess your stuck like me you have to rely on what others say and if you ear the same thing regularly then it must be true but it doesnt replace listening to them altough not all the brands are available for a listen thats the problem.

post #2333 of 3620

$1000 on a portable setup is a lot. Is it $1k on the headphone alone, or is it the whole system?

post #2334 of 3620
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Originally Posted by Origin89 View Post

 

 

Word. You really can't find better bass extension for the price. The ZO has 32 bass levels to choose from. 

 

I was thinking more along the lines of a desktop amplifier that has analog inputs so I can use it with the music streamer II.

post #2335 of 3620
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Originally Posted by kookajamo View Post

Okay thanks for the info, I'm trying to make sure I get a nice portable pair and I try to read all the reviews on Amazon and what not but I really have no idea what makes headphones portable other then no leakage ect (As in like what in the specs makes them portable or not when listed by the manufacturer). 

 

I have a $1000 budget, any recommendations on something portable with nice bass? I was looking at the http://www.amazon.com/Ultrasone-PRO-900-Professional-Headphones/dp/B001F00F0E  . I posted in that apprecation thread with some questions, thought I'd update here as well. 

 

 

Have you tried the Ultrasone Sig Pro.  You can get it vary close to 1K

 

 

post #2336 of 3620

With all the talk of the Digi ZO I had to try it. I love bass and use a millet hybrid. Sounds really good just could use a little bump in the bass department. I ordered on Wednesday so should be here any time.....
 

post #2337 of 3620
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Originally Posted by BRicci View Post

 

I was thinking more along the lines of a desktop amplifier that has analog inputs so I can use it with the music streamer II.

 

 

Ah, I couldn't help you there. I don't have any experience with desktop amps.

post #2338 of 3620
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Originally Posted by reload View Post

I would just get the D2000 and later buy the D7000 cable and wooden cups.
 

 

The wooden cups from a d7000 will not fit the d2000.
post #2339 of 3620

requires a little bit of work I remember, search for a video guide

post #2340 of 3620
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The wooden cups from a d7000 will not fit the d2000.

I know that you would have to mod them.

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