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post #31 of 35

I know..I should hv pay ~ £500 more. If I get charged for both items..scary..And luckily they both funtioning well.. The most annoying thing is that it took u lots of money and patience to get them over here and found out u gonna send them back....

post #32 of 35
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Originally Posted by tupac0306 View Post

I know..I should hv pay ~ £500 more. If I get charged for both items..scary..And luckily they both funtioning well.. The most annoying thing is that it took u lots of money and patience to get them over here and found out u gonna send them back....



 

I will be keeping my eye on LCD2s. How long did you have to wait to have them sent to you? Is there a long queue?

post #33 of 35

They shipped the same day I ordered them and it took 3 days 2 get to mebiggrin.gif

 

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I will be keeping my eye on LCD2s. How long did you have to wait to have them sent to you? Is there a long queue?



 

post #34 of 35

I love what the DT880's do well, but I want to take it to the next level, so I am still thinking about the T1's. But if I am staying with my Burson amp for a while, hmm...Maybe it's down to the LCD2? Thanks for those who mentioned the Burson-LCD2 combo. How would people describe that pairing sonically? I just hope to hear some more opinions about the best higher-end headphone for the Burson.

 

Steve Guttenberg on the T1-Burson combo (in comparison with some other amps--Onkyo integrated and Woo):

 

The Burson Audio HA-160's sound with the T1 was vivid, pure, and more accurate than it was with the Onkyo. Play a great recording, and you hear everything with the Burson, but try a typical hypercompressed CD, like Bruce Springsteen's "Working on a Dream," and the sound will be little too bright, at least when played fairly loud.

The Woo Audio WA6 SE vacuum tube headphone amp didn't have the resolution of the HA-160, so it was a more forgiving match with the T1. The Springsteen CD was a lot more enjoyable; treble glare was reduced without smearing the detail. The WA6 SE seemed a better overall match, because with it the T1's sound was more full-bodied and organic. It wasn't just mellowing out the sound; no, there was a remarkable amount of inner detail to be heard.



Read more: http://news.cnet.com/8301-13645_3-20006489-47.html#ixzz1OgAqibEx 

 

 

post #35 of 35

Anyone ever experiences a scratchy sound when listening to low bit rate tracks?

I was listening to Best Mamgu Ever by Underworld ripped at a low-ish bit rate of 213 kbps

and some other tracks, and during the intro of these tracks at low volume,

I detected a buzzing sound coming from my right cup.

 

Is this common with T1 models? I understand T1 can be very revealing of poor quality

tracks and I just want to confirm I didn't get a lemon.


Edited by zackzack - 5/12/13 at 4:25am
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