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Denon AH-D1001K, replacing the cable?

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I just saw a post were someone said that replacing the cable on the Denon AH-D1001K headphones improves the sound.
As I've been thinking off adding the D1001K to my headphone collection.
Are there any posted directions on replacing the cable and how much does it help the sound?
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recabling is really the last upgrade you should perform - the improvements arent nearly as extreme as upgrading your source and amp
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Still looking for the directions on replacing the cable on the D1001Ks.
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Originally Posted by Tacoboy View Post
Still looking for the directions on replacing the cable on the D1001Ks.
D1001 Recable Thread
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recabling is really the last upgrade you should perform - the improvements arent nearly as extreme as upgrading your source and amp
This is often true, but not always. FWIR the D1001 benefits greatly from a recable, and the OP's source and amp may be sufficient to render the D1001's cable his system's weakest link.
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