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post #406 of 717

I hate the 3k dip in my graph :triportsad:

sometimes i think to sell it and buy a new pair

post #407 of 717
Excellent - i was searching 6 month to get a HP with a dip between 3 and 4 k.
I hated the really annoying peak of many hd800 near 3-4k

Here is my chart:
http://www.bilder-upload.eu/show.php?file=11738c-1376393265.jpg

I never would sell therefore.

Maybe this diagramm can explain you the reason therefore
http://www.hometheatershack.com/forums/attachments/rew-forum/18726d1264180535-want-build-house-curve-reflects-decrease-hearing-sensitivity-lower-volumes-help-fletcher-munson.gif
Edited by Hubert481 - 12/24/13 at 11:09pm
post #408 of 717
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Originally Posted by Hubert481 View Post

Excellent - i was searching 6 month to get a HP with a dip between 3 and 4 k.
I hated the really annoying peak of many hd800 near 3-4k

Here is my chart:
http://www.bilder-upload.eu/show.php?file=11738c-1376393265.jpg

I never would sell therefore.

Maybe this diagramm can explain you the reason therefore
http://www.hometheatershack.com/forums/attachments/rew-forum/18726d1264180535-want-build-house-curve-reflects-decrease-hearing-sensitivity-lower-volumes-help-fletcher-munson.gif

I know that diagramm, but when you listen something live, nobody says to the executor " play quietly when you are in 3k hz zone"!

what I mean is that what I know like violin timbre or piano timbre (for example) include my natural major sensitivity  to some frequency

post #409 of 717
I had some annoying HD800 during testing in the3-4k-Range, but this one was fine, and the dip between the 3-4k might be the reason.
post #410 of 717

what happened?

post #411 of 717
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Originally Posted by vale25 View Post
 

what happened?

well, so it has turned... ))

post #412 of 717
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Originally Posted by vinokurov View Post
 

well, so it has turned... ))

I don't think. Maybe there was a lucky (or unlucky, I don't know) batch around 20000

post #413 of 717
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Originally Posted by vale25 View Post
 

what happened?

Does anyone know from direct experience if this difference is audible?

post #414 of 717
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Does anyone know from direct experience if this difference is audible?

http://www.amazon.com/review/R2AWS77P0NS2P2/ref=cm_cr_pr_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B001OTZ8DA&linkCode=&nodeID=&tag=

seems, in most cases we are discussing different headphones )))

post #415 of 717
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Originally Posted by vale25 View Post
 
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Originally Posted by vinokurov View Post
 

well, so it has turned... ))

I don't think. Maybe there was a lucky (or unlucky, I don't know) batch around 20000

 

 

My pair, btw, sound wise they run circles around my T1


Edited by Andrew_WOT - 12/29/13 at 5:35pm
post #416 of 717
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My pair, btw, sound wise they run circles around my T1

another pair around 20000 with a very flat response :confused: 

post #417 of 717

Mine has just arrived.

 

 

 

 

 

not bad I guess (is there a bad one?)

 

 

edit: here's the zoomed view of the graph

 


Edited by 62ohm - 1/2/14 at 9:51am
post #418 of 717

Here's mine:

 

post #419 of 717

Here's mine:

 


Edited by Danno81 - 1/29/14 at 2:41am
post #420 of 717

I'm just making a generalization here based from some of the frequency response graphs posted in this thread, the newer HD800s have a peak at 6kHz region, whereas the older HD800s tend to be flatter.

 

The 2 earlier graphs with S/no. 25xxx and 26xxx above also shown a peak at the 6kHz.

 

S/no. 19xxxx

 

S/no: 27xxx


Edited by akhyar - 1/29/14 at 8:47am
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