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So are you making a second attempt?

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So are you making a second attempt?

 

Yeah my cousin said he wanted to take a little break today and then later on tonight do up both cups. He said he wasn't quite sure how they fit at first and made a lot of mistakes.

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Well that's the only way to perfect your process, trial and error.
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Well that's the only way to perfect your process, trial and error.

 

I am in the process of designing a woodie version of Hd800 meets T1's. The whole headphones are going to be easier to make then the single cups for denon 2000's. When the core is done I'm going to send them to you to do your magic.

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I kind of thought Joe was a little older. I was mistaken! I am the same age, 25.

 

 

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I'm almost sure he means at the tax conference he is at. Honest mistake though. I'm only 26 myself.

 

 

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I am 29 and almost everyone here is 50 to 70. I feel so out of place

WOOT 21 here q.q I'm so young, but My LA D5k Should be with me by November lol, it's actually been a year since I got my D2k [ironic huh] 

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This isn't entirely about the DX000 line, but it relates - So the metallic sound I mentioned with my D2Ks, I noticed I hear it in the Fostex TH600s as well, though definitely not as much. If I'm playing loud music for example and then instantly mute the audio via Windows 7 mute, or really just in some tracks without extra effort -- I can hear it. It's like I am hearing the residual compression sound or something after the drivers have expanded to pump out the audio. Exact same metallic tinge as my D2Ks, but it subsides much faster where as the Denons ring for just a few ms longer. 

 

Is this a fault in the DX000/THX00 lines, inherent nature of closed-back cans, or maybe just something my ears are sensitive to? Happens with or without my amp, regardless of audio source. The only other headphones I have are the Sennheiser PX-100s, and I do not hear this metallic sound at all with them.

 

As it was one of the primary reasons I decided to invest in the TH600s, I'm considering returning them now.

 

I think I have heard something similar.  I hear it the most when I turn the volume up or down on my Macs.  The ting that is used for the volume has a bit of a metallic sound, or even echoing to it.  It's really hard to explain what it sounds like.  I have never heard it on any other headphones or IEM's.  

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