Just got the Denon D2000's.....
That's what I've been looking for!
Not overdone, sloppy, bad bass....but fat, solid and down, down, down...with punch and power.
I love 'em!
Can't wait for their big brother to arrive...the D7000's.
OK, I'm sick. I admit it.
Sick, but very, very happy with what I'm hearing.
(I loved the 770's too...and the 880's...but it was like Jack Sprat. One was too fat, one was too lean)
THANK YOU everyone who pointed me towards Denon!!!!!
Now everyone...just shake hands.
I bought a pair of dt770s, but after reading through this thread, I'm really apprehensive about my purchase. I just wanted some bass heavy cans, that have a decent warm sound, but it seems like the dt770s have way too many other apparent flaws that detract away from the overall quality.
I'll have to listen to them myself, but the general consensus appears that the dt770's are substandard at best. Way to shoot down my confidence...
Now my Q40's with my newly acquired Blue Dragon V3 cable.OMG!The bass is unreal!!Just wish the highs were boosted as well.Probably need to change the internal wiring.
If you can't hear the highs just raise the volume.
Lol just kidding. Changing the internal wiring might help but who knows for sure (maybe Drew at moon-audio ), but I think it's better to just use the equalizer to tone down the bass volume, or use gear/opamps/cables that have a less bassy sound.
Bass texture is very different with blue dragon cable than with stock cable and you can easily hear how different gear do bass, which makes me suspect the blue dragon simply allows the rest of the gear to pass on the low-end without hindrance, and what most gear and songs do is boost/bloat the bass. I also don't think the blue dragon is "innately" slow, but the bass can easily overshadow the rest of the music most of the time.
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