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Denon ahd2000 and Sennheiser d600 and iBasso p4 Warbler

post #1 of 8
Thread Starter 

Wants.

 

1 pair of thumping / fun sounding semi portable closed cans for school and occasionally walking the dog. 

Would i be happier with the denon d1100's, being that they are more portable, or will i be taking a huge hit

in sound quality over the d2000's.

 

1 pair of home cans that are extremely detailed for all types of music, i was looking at the akg's but they seem more tailored to classical music over rap and hiphop. Thats why i'm leaning towards the d600's.

 

And 1 portable amp that could handle them both. Im pretty sold on the ibasso p4 for the power output and from the reviews i have read.

 

 

I'm pulling the trigger in a week, so i want to make sure im not going to have instant buyers remorse.

 


Edited by greenrolaids - 12/6/10 at 10:40pm
post #2 of 8

Here's a nice review of the D2000 and D1100. Seems to point to the D1100 for portable use.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/519597/denon-d5000-vs-d2000-vs-d1100-vs-bose-on-ear-a-humble-review-enclosed

post #3 of 8
Thread Starter 

looks like the d1100 do not need amping, making them all the more portable.

 

maybe the d1100's and senn d600's are the better route.

 

post #4 of 8

+ with a little bit of EQ , u can really get close to D2000 sound quality with the D1100

post #5 of 8

The Denon D2000s are NOT portable.  They leak almost as much sound as open headphones, have a very loose fit, benefit from an amp, and are huge.

post #6 of 8
Thread Starter 

so my rockboxed sansa fuze will play nicely with the d1100's then.

 

Groovy, more portability, good sound and saving $.

 

Thats a win win win.

 

thx

post #7 of 8

just keep in mind how much of a pain in the a$$ a long, heavy cord can we while walking or even taking to school. the warbler should drive the denons just fine.

post #8 of 8
Thread Starter 

 

Id like to take the looks of the d1100 and the sound of the hd25-1 II

 

That would be my optimum portable.

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