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post #31 of 110
ourfpshero, would you recommend the JVC DX3 over the Denon D2000?
post #32 of 110
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Originally Posted by RallyMaster View Post
ourfpshero, would you recommend the JVC DX3 over the Denon D2000?
no -i still prefer the denon d2000. it just has better bass, the kind you can feel even at lower volumes. both have great detail in mids and highs, the jvc a little brighter. however, the dx3 can do a fairly good imitation of the denon when eq'd and amped. its also 1/2 the price!
it also has the nice touches like screw on adapter, cloth pads, metal cups.

i would call the jvc dx3 sound a beyerdynamic dt660 and denon d2000 offspring. in your face highs and mids, deep mellow bass down low
post #33 of 110
Is there a gaming difference between the two? Last question, I promise :P
post #34 of 110
so.. which is stronger, the treble or the mid range?

They sound interesting.

And the cups are metal?

EDIT: could we get some pictures?
It's hard to find non-stock pictures of these.
post #35 of 110
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Originally Posted by RallyMaster View Post
Is there a gaming difference between the two? Last question, I promise :P
i prefer the bass impact on the denon along with the slightly clearer trebles. the dx3 has better 3d sound positioning(its one of the best for closed cans i've heard)
post #36 of 110
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Originally Posted by nullstring View Post
so.. which is stronger, the treble or the mid range?

They sound interesting.

And the cups are metal?

EDIT: could we get some pictures?
It's hard to find non-stock pictures of these.
i would say the upper mids and treble are strongest. cups are metal. i will get some pics up
post #37 of 110
Thanks for that, ourfpshero. That's what I wanted to hear. I'm going to order the DX3 now. Cloth pads and metal cups? Do want.
post #38 of 110
here are some pics
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post #39 of 110
DX3 is shipped from butterflyphoto. Too bad I won't be able to hear them for another month. I guess I have my HD595 to keep me company in the meantime. I hope I won't be too disappointed if the detail and mids/treble are as you folks say.
post #40 of 110
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JVC HA-DX3 HEADPHONE STEREO HADX3 COMFORT EACH - eBay (item 160347578607 end time Aug-08-09 04:45:22 PDT)
post #41 of 110
Darn, I'm too late. Nice find though.
post #42 of 110
Curse you, ourfpshero. I had just come to appreciate and enjoy my DX1. And then you posted this link and I had an overwhelming urge to click Buy It Now. Well, I'll send along my impressions when they arrive. I just hope my little mini^3 amp is sufficient to drive them.

On a positive note (not that I've got much to be bummed about at this point), I got my DX1 for less than my RX900. And I got my DX3 for less than my DX1. So I'm trending in the right direction. At this rate, I'm just wondering what DX1000 will cost me...?

Seriously, many thanks for the pointer.
post #43 of 110
glad somebody here got one! i was tempted to get another one since i got mine used (though in perfect condition)

that dx1000 should cost you about $1.53 by my calculations
post #44 of 110
So from what I'm reading (and if I'm correct) it would be that DX-3 and D2000 are pretty much on the same league with the most prominent difference being the lower end bass. A pesky question, but which midrange do you prefer more between these two cans? Because better midrange is the deal killer for me.

Also, do you think DX-3 is moddable by any standards? As in, you can open up the cloth pads, look inside, put dynamats, and all sorts of stuff.
post #45 of 110
the mids on the jvc are more prominent, detailed, in your face type. very bright midrange.
beware, these really need an amp
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