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post #16 of 23

I am also using a D7000 with a 6.5 to 3.5 converter and it works totally OK. The converter is just from Bestbuy for around $2

 

So I believe the problem should be in the converter and I suggest you to get a new one.

post #17 of 23
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Exchanged the converter I had with the extended one and its working perfectly. These headphones are absolutely awesome but they do need some EQ'ing to make them sound better. They use a lot of power too. That being said, this is the first pair of headphones I seem to be able to listen to louder than most without getting fatigued. Whats the next pair...dammit.

post #18 of 23
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Exchanged the converter I had with the extended one and its working perfectly. These headphones are absolutely awesome but they do need some EQ'ing to make them sound better. They use a lot of power too. That being said, this is the first pair of headphones I seem to be able to listen to louder than most without getting fatigued. Whats the next pair...dammit.



One pair at a time, HyperM3!

post #19 of 23
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Exchanged the converter I had with the extended one and its working perfectly. These headphones are absolutely awesome but they do need some EQ'ing to make them sound better. They use a lot of power too. That being said, this is the first pair of headphones I seem to be able to listen to louder than most without getting fatigued. Whats the next pair...dammit.



One pair at a time, HyperM3!


Come on, you know how this works. Im already eyeing up the T5p or ED8's. Im really addicted and I dont even know what to do with all my headphones.

post #20 of 23
The grado is the one. I've had one for a few years.
post #21 of 23
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Originally Posted by HyperM3 View Post

Exchanged the converter I had with the extended one and its working perfectly. These headphones are absolutely awesome but they do need some EQ'ing to make them sound better. They use a lot of power too. That being said, this is the first pair of headphones I seem to be able to listen to louder than most without getting fatigued. Whats the next pair...dammit.



One pair at a time, HyperM3!


Come on, you know how this works. Im already eyeing up the T5p or ED8's. Im really addicted and I dont even know what to do with all my headphones.


Haha, the ED8's? I have listened to it once in an audio store, and boy, it sounds very different from the AH-D7000. If you're up for neutral sounding and punchy light bass, go for it! The soundstage is incredible for a closed-pair.

post #22 of 23
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Haha, the ED8's? I have listened to it once in an audio store, and boy, it sounds very different from the AH-D7000. If you're up for neutral sounding and punchy light bass, go for it! The soundstage is incredible for a closed-pair.


 

Im not sure if thats positive or negative for the ED8's.

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Originally Posted by HyperM3 View Post

Exchanged the converter I had with the extended one and its working perfectly. These headphones are absolutely awesome but they do need some EQ'ing to make them sound better. They use a lot of power too. That being said, this is the first pair of headphones I seem to be able to listen to louder than most without getting fatigued. Whats the next pair...dammit.



One pair at a time, HyperM3!


Come on, you know how this works. Im already eyeing up the T5p or ED8's. Im really addicted and I dont even know what to do with all my headphones.


Haha, the ED8's? I have listened to it once in an audio store, and boy, it sounds very different from the AH-D7000. If you're up for neutral sounding and punchy light bass, go for it! The soundstage is incredible for a closed-pair.



doubt the E8 are more neutral than the D7000 judging by their graphs.. but due to their higher asking price I would hope they are of higher quality, although the technical level of the D7000 is apparently much higher than most seem to give them credit.

 

if s-logic works for you, it works great... but some do not "get it" at all. I for one love s-logic, but I find the D7000 has a superb headstage without it even for a closed headphone.

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