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post #3046 of 10477
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Originally Posted by Zombie_X View Post

Hi,

 

They are the same size, but the T1 seems to clamp a bit more than the Premium beers.

 


Heh I am sick with the Flu and it took me a while before I realised I wasn't on the wrong forum.

post #3047 of 10477
Thread Starter 

Yo,

 

Oops, that was a typo, but a funny one!

post #3048 of 10477
TGIF (in Australia).

Premium Beers after work. If only there were some Beyers too smily_headphones1.gif
post #3049 of 10477

hm...beyerdynamic...beyer...in Danish "bajer" means beer, and there's no audible difference when you speak it out loud. I like a beyer as well as a "bajer" after work :-)

post #3050 of 10477

T1's are sounding sweet as hell today with this tune thumping away smily_headphones1.gif beerchug.gif

 

post #3051 of 10477

psytrance! biggrin.gif

post #3052 of 10477

Whoa!!! I don't have my T1s with me, but that Logic Bomb track sound amazing on my Grado SR80s! I'm not sure I knew the 80s were capable of this lol

post #3053 of 10477

whenever i try to take off the t1's i find that my hair brushes quite a bit on the drivers.

 

is this... uber-bad?

post #3054 of 10477

Has anyone compared a newer T1 to an older one recently and noticed any physical differences? (i.e. serial number in the 77xx range vs 47xx).

 

I swear the strain reliefs going into the cups (and maybe even the cable ) are beefier on the newer ones.  But I may just be imagining it.  I am going from memory after listening to a newer one and never had them side by side.

post #3055 of 10477
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Originally Posted by RapidPulse View Post

Has anyone compared a newer T1 to an older one recently and noticed any physical differences? (i.e. serial number in the 77xx range vs 47xx).

 

I swear the strain reliefs going into the cups (and maybe even the cable ) are beefier on the newer ones.  But I may just be imagining it.  I am going from memory after listening to a newer one and never had them side by side.

The headband cushion is different to the older models, can't remember since which serial number. Newer is softer and different shaped. Old has circular profile and new a rectangular one.

post #3056 of 10477

Pictures of two would help, I guess.

 

THX

 

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Originally Posted by Kirnupiima View Post

The headband cushion is different to the older models, can't remember since which serial number. Newer is softer and different shaped. Old has circular profile and new a rectangular one.

post #3057 of 10477
The change I was wondering about (strain reliefs into the ear cups, cable) would be after the headband update. Definitely starting to think I imagined the difference I thought I noticed.
post #3058 of 10477

I listened to the T1, LCD2 and HD800 last weekend. The T1 sounds the most balanced whilst the LCD2 sounds muffled in comparison. The HD800 sounds too thin and lightweight in the bass. The T1 sounds the best to my ears. Great sounding cans!

post #3059 of 10477

For those who tried. How "easy" to open up T1 for re-cable job?

 

THX

post #3060 of 10477
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Originally Posted by Blackmore View Post

For those who tried. How "easy" to open up T1 for re-cable job?

 

THX


I think that depends upon the tools and skills at hand, but you can do a google search on it and find out if you're comfortable doing it yourself.

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