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post #24061 of 30597

Hmmm ....

No Wife.

Got Woo.

Happy Life, too.

post #24062 of 30597
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Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post

Hmmm ....

No Wife.

Got Woo.

Happy Life, too.

 

Seems there is more than one way to make Woo-pi...biggrin.gif

post #24063 of 30597
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Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post

Hmmm ....

No Wife.

Got Woo.

Happy Life, too.


HA HA HA! Well played!

post #24064 of 30597
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Originally Posted by Dubstep Girl View Post

considering selling D7000s to buy HE-500s for my WA6-SE, what do you guys think, worth it or not? 

You can always get the 500s, but the D7K is approaching collectable status at this point. I would keep the Denons and wait to try the HiFiMANS.

I know you asked this a while ago but I am still infatuated with the D7000, they're all I have listened to lately biggrin.gif
post #24065 of 30597

We got ur back :thumb: grokit!

post #24066 of 30597
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We got ur back :thumb: grokit!

 

 

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You can always get the 500s, but the D7K is approaching collectable status at this point. I would keep the Denons and wait to try the HiFiMANS.

I know you asked this a while ago but I am still infatuated with the D7000, they're all I have listened to lately biggrin.gif

 

^ thanks guys. 

 

its always the love/hate relationship with the denons that makes it complicated, sometimes i just love their bass and overall presentation, and sometimes, i feel like they're lacking when compared to T1 and LCD-2. 

 

ill keep them for now though

 

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post #24067 of 30597
So I guess not many people have tried the HD700 with woo gear.
The HD700 are weird, like Marmite, people either seem to really love them or hate them.
post #24068 of 30597

Dr. DubStep reexamines the D7k and makes note...fills own Rx. 

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post #24069 of 30597
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Originally Posted by Dubstep Girl View Post

 

 

 

^ thanks guys. 

 

its always the love/hate relationship with the denons that makes it complicated, sometimes i just love their bass and overall presentation, and sometimes, i feel like they're lacking when compared to T1 and LCD-2. 

 

ill keep them for now though

 

beerchug.gif

 

 

Send it my way, I want to buy D7000 again... 

post #24070 of 30597
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Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post

Hmmm ....

No Wife.

Got Woo.

Happy Life, too.

 

 

 

True...  I'm only speaking Wooies that are married.

post #24071 of 30597

Is it true that now that the pseudo dual power supply upgrade is standard on the WA6 that it is fairly close to the performance of the WA6SE? If so (or if not), how close are they in performance? I'm short on desk space and would really like the smaller form factor of the WA6 but I don't want to end up regretting not getting the better performing model.

 

Thanks

post #24072 of 30597
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Originally Posted by devhen View Post

Is it true that now that the pseudo dual power supply upgrade is standard on the WA6 that it is fairly close to the performance of the WA6SE? If so (or if not), how close are they in performance? I'm short on desk space and would really like the smaller form factor of the WA6 but I don't want to end up regretting not getting the better performing model.

 

Thanks

 

As a former owner of a Black WooAudio WA 6 Special Edition, this is something I wrestled with while trying to save up for the WA6. After saving up for a few months and reaching my goal, I wisely decided to save a few more months and get a little bit more than I thought I needed. wink_face.gif I knew I would have wanted the Special Edition even before the WA6 hit the porch!

 

If you're short on space, have you considered the WA7?

post #24073 of 30597

a quick question, i'm planning to buy the LCD-2, and just want to ask a question, does the lcd-2 works best with wa6se (for a tube amp) or with a solid state?

post #24074 of 30597

I noticed you didn't offer an example of a solid state model, so it depends. That said, I listened to the LCD-2 for over a month using my WooAudio WA 6 Special Edition and a 1977 Pioneer SX-650 stereo receiver. I found this run to be recording, genre and mood dependent - shining on one amp on a given night and less than on another.

 

I now have two more (different) amps and would love to run a loaner pair through its paces...

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post #24075 of 30597
Tube selection is the key to the LCD 2 and the 6SE. I'd recommend driver tubes with a higher amplification factor.
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