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post #541 of 583
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Originally Posted by akhyar View Post
 

 

All are tested.

You have to request your copy, with your serial number and they will email you the graph


What if mine is a 2nd hand pair with a serial number in the 19XXX ?

post #542 of 583
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Originally Posted by whirlwind View Post


What if mine is a 2nd hand pair with a serial number in the 19XXX ?

Well, no harm requesting cause it never cost you any money.
Just go to the link provided and fill up all the info required
post #543 of 583

Here's my new pair i bought about 3 weeks ago, 30062 serial, looks decent to me, thoughts? http://i.imgur.com/e9YETvT.jpg

 

loving them so much with the fostex hp-a8c


Edited by DanTheMan1 - 6/24/14 at 4:04pm
post #544 of 583

Looks very normal to me , all the bumps and dips in the usual places

post #545 of 583

I just recently got some HD800, serial 295XX. I went to the website looking for the product registration to get my frequency response graph, and when that didn't work I clicked the link in this thread and it just brings me to the HD800 product page, showing specs and photos and such.

 

Did Sennheiser cease offering this service? 

post #546 of 583

Ok...soooo, I did manage to register the product, but it wasn't easy. I'm in Canada, and when type in sennheiser.com, it brings me to the Canadian version of the site. Under services, there was no'register your product'. I finally got to the German version (.de) ...and it was there...

 

So.. confusing... but figured it out. Figured I'd post if anybody else runs into this problem.

post #547 of 583

So here is my HD800 curve. Sure, the treble bump is there, but the bass is a bit elevated as well. The mids are remarkably flat. Does this count as a 'neutral V curve'? :P

 


Edited by ziggysp2000 - 7/4/14 at 3:55am
post #548 of 583

Your "curve" is very typical - and very neutral. I've seen lots of these curves, and I haven't seen one that's completely flat. 

post #549 of 583

here is my graph of my new hd800. serial 308XX

 


Edited by listen4joy - 7/30/14 at 1:54am
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OOOOH..! I like that one..

post #551 of 583
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Originally Posted by wink View Post
 

OOOOH..! I like that one..

+1. Mine got a 6K bump.

post #552 of 583

That one looks like my graph. Mine has slightly more bass at the end of the graph though.

post #553 of 583

Here is mine:

 

post #554 of 583

Here's my HD800 graph, serial 308xx. They sound incredible... :smile:

post #555 of 583

Here's mine, a slight dip on the 8k compared to others in the 30XXX's...  BTW, seems everything after 30XXX have no 6k peak :)

 


Edited by Mentis - 8/14/14 at 1:07pm
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