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Originally Posted by danL93 View Post

No, they are Pro900's with the HD650 headband padding mod

Where did you get the HD650's headband padding?
post #13067 of 18741
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Originally Posted by Massacare View Post


Where did you get the HD650's headband padding?


You can order them directly from Sennheiser.  Give em a call, email, or check their site.

 

Edit:  Just checked their parts list on the site.  It's not listed so you'd have to call.  If you're in the US, this is the number: 

 

1 (877) 736-6434 ext. 1


Edited by KetchupNinja - 4/25/13 at 1:03am
post #13068 of 18741
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Originally Posted by Anda View Post

Right connector on left cup?

Fixed that tongue.gif.
post #13069 of 18741



Late at night beside bed with JRiver>Stello DA100>Burson HA160>Beyerdynamic DT880, and most importantly, Miles' Kind of Blue.
post #13070 of 18741

I am in Australia and I got mine here http://service.syntec.com.au/index.php?cPath=1919&osCsid=d886855891e3f02cd8d6c5a0f02e334b

in case that helps at all
 

post #13071 of 18741

Finally, I've got my whole headphone system up and running. I couldn't have done it without all of your help my dear Head-Fiers. Thank you!

 

Top to bottom: Densen B-410 CD player, Woo Audio WA6SE (Amperex 6EM7, Sophia Princess 274B), Sennheiser HD 800 (w/ Cardas Clear) & HD 650 (w/ SAA E-Series)

 

Top to bottom:
Densen B-410 CD player
Woo Audio WA6SE (Amperex 6EM7, Sophia Princess 274B)
Sennheiser HD 800 (w/ Cardas Clear) & HD 650 (w/ SAA E-Series)

I'm still using a temporary Hi-Fi cart solution. That being said, I do very much like the flexibility of being able to move my system around (I can easily hook my headphone system up to my Naim DAC or just move the whole system to another room).

 

 

Top to bottom: Oppo BDP-95 Blu-ray player, Densen B-110 amplifier, Naim DAC, Mac mini, Set-top box; Also pictured: Verity Rienzi loudspeakers and MJ Acoustics Reference 100 MkII subwoofer

 

Top to bottom: Oppo BDP-95 Blu-ray player, Densen B-110 amplifier, Naim DAC, Mac mini, Set-top box

 

Inside sideboard, top to bottom:
Oppo BDP-95 Blu-ray player
Densen B-110 amplifier
Naim DAC
Mac mini
Set-top box


Also pictured:
Verity Rienzi loudspeakers
MJ Acoustics Reference 100 MkII subwoofer


Edited by avrosse - 4/26/13 at 3:30pm
post #13072 of 18741

wow i love how clean your setup looks!!!!

post #13073 of 18741
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Originally Posted by avrosse View Post

Finally, I've got my whole headphone system up and running. I couldn't have done it without all of your help my dear Head-Fiers. Thank you!

 

 

 

Top to bottom:
Densen B-410 CD player
Woo Audio WA6SE (Amperex 6EM7, Sophia Princess 274B)
Sennheiser HD 800 (w/ Cardas Clear) & HD 650 (w/ SAA E-Series)

I'm still using a temporary Hi-Fi cart solution. That being said, I do very much like the flexibility of being
able to move my system around (I can easily hook my headphone system up to my Naim DAC
or just move the whole system to another room).

 

 

 

 

 

Inside sideboard, top to bottom:
Oppo BDP-95 Blu-ray player
Densen B-110 amplifier
Naim DAC
Mac mini
Set-top box


Also pictured:
Verity Rienzi loudspeakers
MJ Acoustics Reference 100 MkII subwoofer

Do you feel its still worth it to have the HD650 along side the HD800?

post #13074 of 18741
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Originally Posted by avrosse View Post

Finally, I've got my whole headphone system up and running. I couldn't have done it without all of your help my dear Head-Fiers. Thank you!

 

Top to bottom: Densen B-410 CD player, Woo Audio WA6SE (Amperex 6EM7, Sophia Princess 274B), Sennheiser HD 800 (w/ Cardas Clear) & HD 650 (w/ SAA E-Series)

 

Very nice. Wouldn't worry about the wheels when using headphones, no need for the damping when not using speakers :)

 

Also, like the way your plant is lowering its flowers to get in the pic biggrin.gif

post #13075 of 18741
That's really nice and clean setup.
post #13076 of 18741

Very nice set up avrosse.

post #13077 of 18741

Thanks for all the nice comments, folks!

 

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Originally Posted by wolfetan44 View Post

Do you feel its still worth it to have the HD650 along side the HD800?

 

The HD 800 is an almost perfect headphone for well-recorded classical music. Its exacting qualities, however, don't jibe very well with a lot of recordings made in the 50s and early 60s. When I'm listening to these older recordings, I tend to prefer the more forgiving HD 650. Also, when listening to jazz, blues or more popular genres, I sometimes prefer the more laid-back presentation offered by the HD 650. So yes, for me at least, it's worth owning both the HD 800 and the HD 650.

post #13078 of 18741
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Originally Posted by avrosse View Post

Thanks for all the nice comments, folks!

 

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Originally Posted by wolfetan44 View Post

Do you feel its still worth it to have the HD650 along side the HD800?

 

The HD 800 is an almost perfect headphone for well-recorded classical music. Its exacting qualities, however, don't jibe very well with a lot of recordings made in the 50s and early 60s. When I'm listening to these older recordings, I tend to prefer the more forgiving HD 650. Also, when listening to jazz, blues or more popular genres, I sometimes prefer the more laid-back presentation offered by the HD 650. So yes, for me at least, it's worth owning both the HD 800 and the HD 650.

Sweet, cool to know. I forgot about the HD800 obliterating bad recordings. I am recieving HD650's next weekbiggrin.gif

post #13079 of 18741
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Originally Posted by avrosse View Post

Thanks for all the nice comments, folks!

 

 

The HD 800 is an almost perfect headphone for well-recorded classical music. Its exacting qualities, however, don't jibe very well with a lot of recordings made in the 50s and early 60s. When I'm listening to these older recordings, I tend to prefer the more forgiving HD 650. Also, when listening to jazz, blues or more popular genres, I sometimes prefer the more laid-back presentation offered by the HD 650. So yes, for me at least, it's worth owning both the HD 800 and the HD 650.

 

+1

 

having owned both, i feel the 650s compliment the hd 800 very well. they're still great sounding headphones that are very forgiving of poor recordings, even more forgiving than audeze lcd-2, even youtube songs sound pretty good out of the hd 650s. 

post #13080 of 18741
My IKEA hack Head-Fi alcove desk.







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