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post #8191 of 8205
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Originally Posted by i luvmusic 2 View Post
 

So he got U this time LOL......................:biggrin: 

BTW i will be running my SEX amp in Ballanced.

 

Yep, sex should be balanced.

 

That's just me trying to be funny.:o 


Edited by Chris J - 10/14/14 at 6:36pm
post #8192 of 8205
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

lawl you guyz are still corny as ever!

 

Any ways there's a new fellow in the Welcome Threads gettin a tube amp, a LD MK III. I recommend the DT 880 ofc, you guys need to get in there n BACK ME UP xD 

I have the 600 Ohm DT880 and the Little Dot MKIII, they sound very good to me! Plenty of power, clean and quiet. 

post #8193 of 8205
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Originally Posted by CADCAM View Post
 

I have the 600 Ohm DT880 and the Little Dot MKIII, they sound very good to me! Plenty of power, clean and quiet. 

Indeed others have had that set up as well, and it get's a lot of positive feed back 

post #8194 of 8205

I have been using 880/250 with IHA - 1 with balanced cables and Audeze pads.  Very pleased with that combination

post #8195 of 8205
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Originally Posted by Bellasperson View Post
 

I have been using 880/250 with IHA - 1 with balanced cables and Audeze pads.  Very pleased with that combination


Wow that would be an incredible setup with the DT880's.

I've only seen pictures of the Dragon amp. :dt880smile:

post #8196 of 8205

I am using 6bx7s and EML 274b mesh in the IHA-1 . Best audio purchase I have ever made.  The Dennis Had sound (what used to be the Cary Audio sound) really fits the 880s. Clear clean image, huge sound stage with just a hint of tube smoothness.

post #8197 of 8205

I have a beautiful pair of 600 ohm DT880's that I just bought new pads for (the correct EDT990V replacement pad) and I love them but have always wondering what the HD600 sounds like. Has anyone of you guys sold your DT880's for a pair of HD600's? And how did it go? I'd like honest assessments please. 

post #8198 of 8205
I had both and ended up selling the hd600. I found them to be too laid back for my taste. When I was abing them, I always ended up just listening to the dt880s. I had to force myself to listen to the hd600s for 2 weeks straight. in the end, the dt880s just light it up for me.
post #8199 of 8205

I presently have both, and I would probably sell the 880 first. at this moment......

post #8200 of 8205

I was just curious. Are there physical differences (specifically in the earcups) between the 32, 250 and 600 ohm versions of this headphone?

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none
post #8202 of 8205
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Originally Posted by countolaf View Post
 

I was just curious. Are there physical differences (specifically in the earcups) between the 32, 250 and 600 ohm versions of this headphone?

 

I've owned the 250 & 600 Ohm versions and the only physical difference between the two was that the 600 ohm version had '600 Ohm' stamped on the 3.5mm plug:

 

post #8203 of 8205
The difference is between the premium and the pro. The pro has a bit of a tighter, snugger clamp, which accentuates the bass at the expense of air on the premium's slightly looser fit, and it also has a coiled cable as opposed to the premium's straight one.
Edited by Liu Junyuan - Today at 5:34 am
post #8204 of 8205
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Originally Posted by Liu Junyuan View Post

The difference is between the premium and the pro. The pro has a bit of a tighter, snugger clamp, which accentuates the bass at the expense of air on the premium's slightly looser fit, and it also has a coiled cable as opposed to the premium's straight one.

I had both a Pro and Preium Verision, I thought the hinges on the Preuim Version were... flimsy 

post #8205 of 8205
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

I had both a Pro and Preium Verision, I thought the hinges on the Preuim Version were... flimsy 

 

And stretching the headband makes noise as if it is going to break. :mad:

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