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I don't EQ improves the DT1350 because the damping and everything else contributes to the sound. IMO it just makes the sound worse.

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Beyer DT1350 contest at gearphile.com

You can enter for free to win a pair.
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Beyer DT1350 contest at gearphilee.com
You can enter for free to win a pair.

I just might do that, I like the SS of Byer and I've been recommended the Dt 1350 for Sub bass a few times now,

 

how is it with Dub Bass, that +10db looks nice, paired with my E11 it should b nice and dark and DIRTY

 

also thanks for sharing link! Although I question the validity of the offer, so you know guys  maybe we should just ignore it <3 *evil laugh* 


Edited by Mshenay - 10/22/12 at 11:44am
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Whoops, posted in the wrong thread.

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Just got mine in today. Got a good open box deal for 209 so I had to pull that trigger. Not regretting the purchase.
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post

I just might do that, I like the SS of Byer and I've been recommended the Dt 1350 for Sub bass a few times now,

how is it with Dub Bass, that +10db looks nice, paired with my E11 it should b nice and dark and DIRTY

also thanks for sharing link! Although I question the validity of the offer, so you know guys  maybe we should just ignore it <3 *evil laugh* 

Hey there Mshenay. I'm surprised to hear they are recommended to you for that. I don't have any dub in my library just yet so I can't say for sure but to me these have that sub bass capability but are really lacking in the mid-bass. While I understand there is lots of it in dubstep I can't really see them working out with such a lack of midbass. Just my 2c.
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Originally Posted by Doc-holliday View Post

Just got mine in today. Got a good open box deal for 209 so I had to pull that trigger. Not regretting the purchase.
Hey there Mshenay. I'm surprised to hear they are recommended to you for that. I don't have any dub in my library just yet so I can't say for sure but to me these have that sub bass capability but are really lacking in the mid-bass. While I understand there is lots of it in dubstep I can't really see them working out with such a lack of midbass. Just my 2c.

 

That's the first time I've heard anyone say that...these are pretty flat in the low end...i'ts more likely the position you have them on your ears or the recordings you're listening to don't have a lot of mid-bass content. 

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That's the first time I've heard anyone say that...these are pretty flat in the low end...i'ts more likely the position you have them on your ears or the recordings you're listening to don't have a lot of mid-bass content. 

No you are right. Flat is correct, my bad wording. I'm talking from dubstep standards of emphasized bass. My bad.

I mean every person I have seen post on here for dub step are looking for these super bass canon headphones which these definitely are NOT other than that ability to hit that low extension.

Thanks.
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Correct me if I am wrong, but these are one of the lowest reaching HPs. It was even called "bottomless bass" by Tyll on InnerFidelity. Which is very true the way I hear them. Maybe you still haven't found your sweetspot, or the pads still not breaking-in to the shape ears of your ears. You'll be amazed with its bass in no time. beyersmile.png

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Yes, they definitely go *very* low... Nevertheless I like Dubstep better with e.g. the Momentum. The flat response of the DT1350 is not a perfect match to that genre for my taste. Love them with Minimal though. Or Deep House...

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Correct me if I am wrong, but these are one of the lowest reaching HPs. It was even called "bottomless bass" by Tyll on InnerFidelity. Which is very true the way I hear them. Maybe you still haven't found your sweetspot, or the pads still not breaking-in to the shape ears of your ears. You'll be amazed with its bass in no time. beyersmile.png

 

I think what he means is that mainstream EDM lovers prefer a headphone with more midbass then what the DT1350 can provide.

 

But we are different, we dig the subbass presence and accuracy rather than mid/sub bass quantity. EDM lovers in this thread (this forum) are all hipsters!

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Originally Posted by mrAdrian View Post

I think what he means is that mainstream EDM lovers prefer a headphone with more midbass then what the DT1350 can provide.

But we are different, we dig the subbass presence and accuracy rather than mid/sub bass quantity. EDM lovers in this thread (this forum) are all hipsters!

Yes Sir! Thanks for translating.... That's all i was trying to say from the beginning about the midbass.

I think I made it clear in BOTH posts that the extension on the bass goes very low. Thank you for pointing that out. smily_headphones1.gif


And YES i said flat. And since we wanna go throwing around Tyll quotes, why don't you look at the line just before the bottomless comment from tyll.
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The flat extension of the bass from 100Hz to 10Hz is simply amazing. I've never seen anything even close to this in an earpad headphone, and only a few full-sized cans achieve it.

Anyway maybe ths is a new trend of listening to dubstep with a flat bass response and I was totally wrong for speaking up to begin with but from my experience of people wanting a can for dub, they want something with bass EMPHASIS not flat.

Anyway, I am done with this.


Glad to newly be a DT1350 owner in any case... .
Edited by Doc-holliday - 10/23/12 at 9:45am
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Yes Sir! Thanks for translating.... That's all i was trying to say from the beginning about the midbass.
I think I made it clear in BOTH posts that the extension on the bass goes very low. Thank you for pointing that out. smily_headphones1.gif
And YES i said flat. And since we wanna go throwing around Tyll quotes, why don't you look at the line just before the bottomless comment from tyll.
Anyway maybe ths is a new trend of listening to dubstep with a flat bass response and I was totally wrong for speaking up to begin with but from my experience of people wanting a can for dub, they want something with bass EMPHASIS not flat.
Anyway, I am done with this.
Glad to newly be a DT1350 owner in any case... .

 

Well I have an XB 700 for Dub Step and Trust me that MASSIVE mid bass Roll of SUCKS pretty bad, a flat response might be nice, seeing as atm well the XB kills almost all Mid :[

 

I'm thinking of the XB1000 as well, since it apprently has much less Mid bass roll off, and less bass emphasis in general [which should give it a bit more detail] Non the Less, i do enjoy my Dt 880s with a +10 db boost EQ, I top it off around 80hz roll it off to about +5 at around 200hz and flat line Extend to around 400, the roll the mids out

 

And it's better than my +20 XB native boost >.>, so I like a sub heavy focus with a flat line Mid Response, since Dub Step is more Sub Heavy with the mids adding a little meat [I don't want impact in my Dub Step]

 

 

Although the Dt 1350 has a little dip it self, but still it's not a str8 DROP to UNDER 0 in mid bass


Edited by Mshenay - 10/23/12 at 11:50am
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post

Well I have an XB 700 for Dub Step and Trust me that MASSIVE mid bass Roll of SUCKS pretty bad, a flat response might be nice, seeing as atm well the XB kills almost all Mid :[

I'm thinking of the XB1000 as well, since it apprently has much less Mid bass roll off, and less bass emphasis in general [which should give it a bit more detail] Non the Less, i do enjoy my Dt 880s with a +10 db boost EQ, I top it off around 80hz roll it off to about +5 at around 200hz and flat line Extend to around 400, the roll the mids out

And it's better than my +20 XB native boost >.>, so I like a sub heavy focus with a flat line Mid Response, since Dub Step is more Sub Heavy with the mids adding a little meat

That make sense. I should get me a nice skrillex cd and try it myself smily_headphones1.gif I'll buy one on sunday.

But yes these things are outstanding. I was shocked to see someone selling theirs because they are "too harsh". I found the highs unbelievable in terms of detail vs. no fatigue or shrillness. I could listen to these for hours (although the whole on ear thing raises comfort issues for me).

Someone above mentioned sweet spot and I fooled around with that and did in fact get an even better seal than I already had. Pretty important with these.

Well I'm glad I made the impulse buy. Sometimes I hate the deals thread but in this case it worked out nicely smily_headphones1.gif
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post

 

Well I have an XB 700 for Dub Step and Trust me that MASSIVE mid bass Roll of SUCKS pretty bad, a flat response might be nice, seeing as atm well the XB kills almost all Mid :[

 

I'm thinking of the XB1000 as well, since it apprently has much less Mid bass roll off, and less bass emphasis in general [which should give it a bit more detail] Non the Less, i do enjoy my Dt 880s with a +10 db boost EQ, I top it off around 80hz roll it off to about +5 at around 200hz and flat line Extend to around 400, the roll the mids out

 

And it's better than my +20 XB native boost >.>, so I like a sub heavy focus with a flat line Mid Response, since Dub Step is more Sub Heavy with the mids adding a little meat [I don't want impact in my Dub Step]

 

 

Can you link to what you consider some excellent dubstep tunes? I listened to some dubstep for the first time the other day on soundcloud, and it is pretty cool. But I'd like to hear some dubstep tunes that someone such as yourself would consider primo. Thanks!

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Originally Posted by Doc-holliday View Post


No you are right. Flat is correct, my bad wording. I'm talking from dubstep standards of emphasized bass. My bad.
I mean every person I have seen post on here for dub step are looking for these super bass canon headphones which these definitely are NOT other than that ability to hit that low extension.
Thanks.

 

Oh, okay....yeah, you're exactly right, the bass is very clean and flat, and it won't over-exaggerate what's there. 

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