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post #3931 of 3948

Europeans could also order from here:

http://www.amazon.de/Hochwertige-Ersatz-Leder-Ohrpolster-Ohrkissen/dp/B00G8IOQTO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1404832117&sr=8-1&keywords=d5000+denon

post #3932 of 3948

so i did the taper mod and noticed that the treble got harsh and sibilant. common occurance or did i **** it up? lol


im gonna reverse it. what else can i do to improve separation and mids?


Edited by canuckavelli - 7/11/14 at 4:42pm
post #3933 of 3948
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so i did the taper mod and noticed that the treble got harsh and sibilant. common occurance or did i **** it up? lol


im gonna reverse it. what else can i do to improve separation and mids?

That's how it's supposed to turn out, less (but more controlled sub bass and bass) a lot less mids and a perceived increase in treble.

I don't know what other mods you can do to improve things. you could try gremania mod for the ESW9 onto the denons

post #3934 of 3948

So I recently got a D5000 to round out my collection of the higher end Denon cans and it is bone STOCK and could pass for new in every way.

 

I thought I was going to Lawton mod this immediately but decided to listen to it for a while and first impressions tell me to leave it alone.  Never thought I'd ever consider that but it has no bloat or muddiness out of my Pioneer amps.  

 

 

 


Edited by Oregonian - 7/14/14 at 12:18pm
post #3935 of 3948

I just bought a D5k myself, and my D7k just arrived in the mail today, so I have the full family myself now. Can't wait to get my D5k.

post #3936 of 3948
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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post
 

So I recently got a D5000 to round out my collection of the higher end Denon cans and it is bone STOCK and could pass for new in every way.

 

I thought I was going to Lawton mod this immediately but decided to listen to it for a while and first impressions tell me to leave it alone.  Never thought I'd ever consider that but it has no bloat or muddiness out of my Pioneer amps.  

 

 

 

 

I had a pair of the D5000 way back when.  Very fun sounding huge bass punch.  Lacked some detail resolution compared to my lawton modded D7000.  I think the J$ or angle pads on the D5000 were a step up in every way.  Pulled the bass out a bit.  Can always swap the stocks back on anytime.

post #3937 of 3948

I'm still thinking of getting a D7000 even though the modded MD2000 sound fantastic.  Oregonian didn't you sell a sweet pair of modded D5000's a while back?

post #3938 of 3948
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I'm still thinking of getting a D7000 even though the modded MD2000 sound fantastic.  Oregonian didn't you sell a sweet pair of modded D5000's a while back?

I did. Was financing another buy.........

The D7000 I feel is worth getting. Mine, Lawton modded and recalled, is as good a sound as I have heard.
post #3939 of 3948
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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post
 

So I recently got a D5000 to round out my collection of the higher end Denon cans and it is bone STOCK and could pass for new in every way.

 

I thought I was going to Lawton mod this immediately but decided to listen to it for a while and first impressions tell me to leave it alone.  Never thought I'd ever consider that but it has no bloat or muddiness out of my Pioneer amps.  

 

 

 

I agree and also MD-5000 do sound nice out of Pioneer amps and i just love those bass and treble controls 

post #3940 of 3948
Definitely nice to have all that adjustment at the different levels, agreed! Love the pic of your cans and the SX-750 Mike.
post #3941 of 3948
Do d5000 and d7000 cups fit on the d2000? And is it even possible to get them from somewhere?
Edited by canuckavelli - 7/20/14 at 10:47am
post #3942 of 3948
According to Lawton's homepage ( they had some d5000 cups for sale 2013 ) the following text are displayed - PLEASE NOTE: The stock Denon woodies will NOT natively fit a D2000! Only our Custom Wood Chambers will natively fit your D2000. We do not install these cups on the D2000, nor do we provide instructions for doing so.

I guess the answer is no. Then again, getting spare cups is probably not a easy task to begin with.
post #3943 of 3948
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Originally Posted by Hifisnubben View Post

According to Lawton's homepage ( they had some d5000 cups for sale 2013 ) the following text are displayed - PLEASE NOTE: The stock Denon woodies will NOT natively fit a D2000! Only our Custom Wood Chambers will natively fit your D2000. We do not install these cups on the D2000, nor do we provide instructions for doing so.

I guess the answer is no. Then again, getting spare cups is probably not a easy task to begin with.

Yeah I saw that. Pity.
post #3944 of 3948
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Originally Posted by canuckavelli View Post

Do d5000 and d7000 cups fit on the d2000? And is it even possible to get them from somewhere?

Put up a wanted ad. I've sold D5000 cups before myself and have seen D2000 cups as well.
post #3945 of 3948

They fit, you might have to do some drilling though..and get a new set of screws..

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