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IPC with the Fostex HP-P1...Fabulous!

 

And WAY out of my price range!  Sounds nice, though.  beyersmile.png

post #2732 of 3857

Time to start an HP-P1 savings plan!

 

 

 

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Just acquired a Sflo:2 and (while thank God it worked!) it is one lovelly sounding player. Sometimes I connect the LO to my FiiO E17 and it is also a bliss.

 

That combination also gives me all power I would ever need on the go... It is like bringing a average-fi home setup around me :D

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Originally Posted by mrAdrian View Post

Just acquired a Sflo:2 and (while thank God it worked!) it is one lovelly sounding player. Sometimes I connect the LO to my FiiO E17 and it is also a bliss.

 

That combination also gives me all power I would ever need on the go... It is like bringing a average-fi home setup around me :D

nice

post #2735 of 3857
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Originally Posted by skyline315 View Post

So, what DAP is everyone using with their 1350 on the go?

 

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post #2736 of 3857
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Originally Posted by skyline315 View Post

So, what DAP is everyone using with their 1350 on the go?

On the go I use my iPhone and either my iQube or the RSA P-51 Mustang with the DT-1350. iQube+DT-1350 being my favorite.
post #2737 of 3857

"Very difficult to achieve a good seal on these headphones (no surprises here though)."

 

The consensus here is that if you need more push from the seal then it is easily remedied by slightly bending the metal of the ladder inward to be more curvy hence a better seal when the earphones seal to your ear with more pressure. This is actually a really nice 'feature' of these headphones imo. Some headphones that do not fit me do not allow this at all.

 

Simply slide the rung all the way down and hold the circular stamped piece with thumb and pointer, so as not to loosen the piece when bending. and take the rung in the other hand and slightly bend inward. I have done this a couple times already. If done with care it is impossible to tell if you have done this to a pair but the seal is immediately tighter and bass response improves.

post #2738 of 3857

Anyone have experience with the rocoo p, HM-601, or any of the Cowon units?


Edited by skyline315 - 10/14/12 at 7:28am
post #2739 of 3857
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So, what DAP is everyone using with their 1350 on the go?

iPod Classic (lossless) with ALO Solo and Continental v2: aka, brick togo!

post #2740 of 3857

I just got my DT1350s from Amazon ($279 new with Prime!). Just put them on and I already love them more than my V-moda M80s, which will be going back to Amazon this weekend.

 

Case

M80 - There's no question that the semi-rigid zippered exoskeleton case is bad@$$, but detaching the cable is a PITA for me. It's one more thing to do when I pull them out or put them away.

DT1350 - While the case isn't quite as rigid or zippered, I find the case is sufficient for protection. I like the ease of access via the Velcro lid, actually.

 

Comfort

M80 - Padding is slightly thicker and clamping force is less, but I flex my neck a lot while studying (life of a graduate student, woohoo) and find these slip off my head often. My ears also hurt after an hour of listening.

DT1350 - Thinner pads and more clamping force, I still find these to be more comfortable. Really love the split-headband as it adds security while I study.

 

Sound

Haven't really listened to the DT1350 long enough and they haven't had the chance to burn in yet, but I'm liking them so far. In fact, more so than the M80 already! But by now you guys already know the sound signature...no use in repeating what's already been said!

post #2741 of 3857
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Originally Posted by Cal View Post

I just got my DT1350s from Amazon ($279 new with Prime!). Just put them on and I already love them more than my V-moda M80s, which will be going back to Amazon this weekend.

 

Case

M80 - There's no question that the semi-rigid zippered exoskeleton case is bad@$$, but detaching the cable is a PITA for me. It's one more thing to do when I pull them out or put them away.

DT1350 - While the case isn't quite as rigid or zippered, I find the case is sufficient for protection. I like the ease of access via the Velcro lid, actually.

 

Comfort

M80 - Padding is slightly thicker and clamping force is less, but I flex my neck a lot while studying (life of a graduate student, woohoo) and find these slip off my head often. My ears also hurt after an hour of listening.

DT1350 - Thinner pads and more clamping force, I still find these to be more comfortable. Really love the split-headband as it adds security while I study.

 

Sound

Haven't really listened to the DT1350 long enough and they haven't had the chance to burn in yet, but I'm liking them so far. In fact, more so than the M80 already! But by now you guys already know the sound signature...no use in repeating what's already been said!

 

Glad they're working out so far!

post #2742 of 3857
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Originally Posted by skyline315 View Post

So, what DAP is everyone using with their 1350 on the go?


I use my J3+E17 combo, not really sure if it's my preference but that's the only gear I have for portable, not too bad combo though. Maxed vol on J3 and +6 gain for E17.

post #2743 of 3857

New owner of beyer DT1530, didn't have anything , so I am lining out directly from my laptop and ipod, a fiio e17 is on my next buy list once my local store stock them , they sound great and they really comfy too

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New owner of beyer DT1530, didn't have anything , so I am lining out directly from my laptop and ipod, a fiio e17 is on my next buy list once my local store stock them , they sound great and they really comfy too

 

I listen to mine from the headphone jack of my iPhone, iPod, Kindle Fire, or laptop almost every time I use these. The great thing is that they will scale up if you ever want to use them at home with a nicer amp, but I think they sound great with no amp at all....that's a big reason why I love these headphones. 

post #2745 of 3857

Its a really nice headphone (then again the other headphone that I own before is a px200(and shure 215) , so I am extremely limited here, I am still messing around with eqs trying to make it sound better, but dunno if I really should

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