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post #346 of 583
16xxx you mean, Anax.
post #347 of 583
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16xxx you mean, Anax.

Err, yeah.  wink.gif

post #348 of 583

Oh well, maybe not so exciting with what Anaxilus has said, but - still looks like a dip to me ;o)

 

post #349 of 583

The dip is both there and not there.  wink_face.gif

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The dip is both there and not there.  wink_face.gif

I'm confused...but I agree. confused_face.gif

post #351 of 583

Just got my HD800 cert. SN: 09xxx. Seems mine still has the nasty 6K peak.

 

 

700

post #352 of 583
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Yours all have the 6khz peak just like everyone else's, sorry to tell you.  It's just a change in the base reference or measurement positioning by 1mm.  We've verified this using 5 different HD800s and correlating their Sennheiser charts to independent measurements from models ranging #5xx to #16xxx.


So this means that the graph Sennheiser produce is of such low resolution that it does or does not show the peaks and troughs depending where the spot measurement was taken for each bar of the graph?

 

That's a rather rubbish graph then!

 

 

Just noticed you got banned so won't be replying and sharing your knowledge :(

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Just got the FR curve.

 

It seems to me that headphones with s/n of over 17000 has a flatter FR curve in particular at the HF range.  Mine is 12xxx and like others there is a peak at 6 kHz.


Edited by inter voice - 1/25/13 at 8:08am
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Just got the FR curve.

 

It seems to me that headphones with s/n of over 17000 has a flatter FR curve in particular at the HF range.  Mine is 12xxx and like others there is a peak at 6 kHz.

Not really. Mine is S/N 41XX and looks like you've got a slightly bigger peak at 6-7k than my pair. 

 

I gotta agree with this comment:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/646871/new-hd-800-very-different-than-the-old-hd-800/45#post_9092913

post #355 of 583

My Frequency Response graph has finally come in!

 

 

 

 

Don't really know how to read these.

However, I don't seem to have that 6k peak from what others have said in the thread.

 

Anyone care to comment on it?

post #356 of 583

My graph arrived today. I bought brand new pair from local dealer in January , but my serial number is in 14000's. I was pretty surprised, because I've seen lately serial numbers in 20000's. I asked for an explanation and they said that my pair wasn't refurbished one,

 

simply sat in the corner of the warehouse. I guess HD800 isn't  particularly hot item in Estonia.

 

 

 

There is some 6k dip, but it isn't as bad as I've seen on some other graph's and my previous HD800 had much hotter treble than the current one.


Edited by argentum - 2/4/13 at 7:29am
post #357 of 583

Just got mine:

 

 

 

 

post #358 of 583

Here is mine just received. SN 20xxx

 

 

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My Frequency Response graph has finally come in!






Don't really know how to read these.
However, I don't seem to have that 6k peak from what others have said in the thread.

Anyone care to comment on it?

Here is mine for 197xx:



So here is the interesting question: do you _hear_ anything off at ~6k? (be honest! :P)

I would like to get my hands on one of those older models where the freq graph shows a definite peak around 6k just to compare mine to them...
post #360 of 583
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Originally Posted by Anaxilus View Post

Yours all have the 6khz peak just like everyone else's, sorry to tell you.  It's just a change in the base reference or measurement positioning by 1mm.  We've verified this using 5 different HD800s and correlating their Sennheiser charts to independent measurements from models ranging #5xx to #16xxx.

 

Anaxilus, I don't quite understand. Would you mind explaining in more detail so people like me can get it? Thank you. 

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