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This came out yesterday and I'm more than loving it on the 880s. Some nice math rock for y'all ^^

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This came out yesterday and I'm more than loving it on the 880s. Some nice math rock for y'all ^^

ahh 13.0.0.0.0 

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This came out yesterday and I'm more than loving it on the 880s. Some nice math rock for y'all ^^


This is neat stuff, loving the bass impact and the mids...on my pair of headphones XD

how's yours

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This is neat stuff, loving the bass impact and the mids...on my pair of headphones XD

how's yours

    On the 880s on this song I really enjoyed the clarity and soundstage, just the way the instruments feel and how everything is layed out redface.gif. I personally don't feel much bass impact, don't know how it is for the ones using a nice tube amp with these though 

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Getting my DT880's redone with wood cups from MCA!
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Getting my DT880's redone with wood cups from MCA!

sounds sexybiggrin.gif. Like the whole thing except for the grill?

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Getting my DT880's redone with wood cups from MCA!


Darth Beyer mod?

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Okay so that's with the power supply plugged in, wait a minute, actually no since the power capacity on the DT880s is 100mW....what about when it runs on battery?

about the same whether it runs on battery or is being charged.

Most of the time you would actually be listening at approx. 1 mW with peaks of approx. 10 mW.

1 mW = 96 dB SPL (according to manufacturer's spec.)
If you use "what's his name's" measurements, 0.514 V = 90 dB SPL
or 5.14 V = 110 dB SPL

1 mW = 775 mV, 1.29 mA @ 600 Ohms
10 mW = 2.45 V, 4.0 mA @ 600 Ohms
Edited by Chris J - 1/24/13 at 9:19am
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Getting my DT880's redone with wood cups from MCA!


Darth Beyer mod?

No, what's that?(heard of it, not sure what it is..)

 

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Getting my DT880's redone with wood cups from MCA!

sounds sexybiggrin.gif. Like the whole thing except for the grill?

Whole thing.

This is what the wood will look likebiggrin.gif

http://www.flickr.com/photos/69278404@N07/sets/72157630028283220/


Edited by wolfetan44 - 1/24/13 at 7:27am
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No, what's that?(heard of it, not sure what it is..)

 

Whole thing.

This is what the wood will look likebiggrin.gif

http://www.flickr.com/photos/69278404@N07/sets/72157630028283220/

very nice man, it will sure be good eye candy. I've read little on the matter but from what I've read, Darth Beyers are DT770s with an upgraded cable and woody cups, look extremely nice. BTW where are you getting your 880s done and perhaps how much? Just wondering

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Poison article, looks like I have to buy another 600om 880 now Lol
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Hi guys ,
I got my dt 880 600ohm today and i have a few questions.I'm runing them into a fiiO e9 amp wich rans straight into my onboard soundcard from pc(no sound card or other dac).I keep my amp on low gain this is what i used with my dt 770 250ohm and i noticed i have to push the volume a bit higher.Is it recommended to used low or high gain?when i turned to high i had to lower volume by a lot,but i remember i didnt like high gain on my dt 770(it made my ears tired faster).I'm at work atm i only listened to them for about 20 minutes,will test more when i get home,i just wanted to make sure i use the right gain,and if gain influences sound or just volume.
tks
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High gain is better more room for you headphone and more gain. You can probably hear on low gain that it gives very little bass at low volumes?
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Listening atm on them but on low gain(they are pretty loud even like this :) ) ,high gain makes my ears hurt....anything else i should know about high gain?it does sound better ,but my ears get tired very fast.Sounding pretty good till now, me likes!

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Random question... has this pretty much become the DT880 thread or is there somewhere else 880 Pro/Premium-250 users have been posting?

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