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post #121 of 126
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I have used it with my customized RPX33 and I have absolutely no problems with the low octaves that other headphones does not have as well, you will never get a visceral bass from any headphone, at least I do not know of any yet (for that you need a subwoofer, and sometimes not even those get that low...) Do not forget it is an open headphone and as usual you have a lot of leakage as well...Closed headphones tend to be a little more deeper in the bass, but even though, till now no luck as a perfect credible bass yet...(not easy in speakers neither) 



you are right.

i like the chroma altough i prefer others headphones.

yesterday i put hands on the back of the drivers and ther bass response is significantly increased

aldo

post #122 of 126

In case anyone is still interested in the stand (as discussed a few pages back):

 

I have a very very similar stand, got it here:

http://coolfungadget.com/store/index.php?route=product/product&path=40&product_id=69

 

The wood insert is removeable, or you can get the version with no insert at all:

http://coolfungadget.com/store/index.php?route=product/product&path=40&product_id=73

 

These are nearly identical except for the slight "flare" of the top tubes on the Rudistor version. I like mine very much.

 

DSC_0088.jpg

 

Now, back to the correct topic of the Chroma....

post #123 of 126
Just got one pair! Finally found The headphone I am looking for.

Sound airy! Which I don't find them in both t1 and hd800. Besides, it has very good separation, stage is wide but not very deep as others has pointed out. But separation itself enough to tip me over. Nice and thick mid and vocals, try that with Susan Bolyle's I dream a dream. Very good mid bass and bass compare to T1 and hd800. You can argue that I probably don't have a good amp to drive the T1 and hd800 but this md1 is so easy on amp that my moded Maverick audio can drive this can with ease!

Overall over musical and all rounded cans!

Mav
post #124 of 126

The Chroma MD1 is no longer produced. triportsad.gif

post #125 of 126
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Originally Posted by Nick01 View Post

The Chroma MD1 is no longer produced. triportsad.gif



 You'll find a way to get a pair Nick ~ you always do!

post #126 of 126
Originally Posted by Nick01 View Post

The Chroma MD1 is no longer produced. triportsad.gif

 

 

.....  Long life to the MD-2   ! wink_face.gif         see: http://www.rudistor.com/chroma-md2.htm

 

 

may be it solve the "low bass" issue some people mentioned here ?   any one tested them already ? 

 

 

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