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post #2896 of 3813
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Originally Posted by autoexec View Post

What does it look like beneath the cover? Is the driver exposed?

Nope. Its strictly cosmetic. It is just a plastic closed cup. In fact I didn't look real hard when I put the cover back on because I was more concerned with fitting the thing back on but I swear it even had "Beyerdynamic" embossed in the plastic.

Ill let you know the next time it falls off wink.gif *fingerscrossed*
post #2897 of 3813

You just need the right tape to hold it on....

 

 

1000

 

 

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post #2898 of 3813
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Originally Posted by Doc-holliday View Post


Nope. Its strictly cosmetic. It is just a plastic closed cup. In fact I didn't look real hard when I put the cover back on because I was more concerned with fitting the thing back on but I swear it even had "Beyerdynamic" embossed in the plastic.
Ill let you know the next time it falls off wink.gif *fingerscrossed*

Glad to know it's still protected without that metal (magnesium?) thingy. :D

post #2899 of 3813

To the people talking about TuneIn Radio app, yes it is amazing haha.  I love putting on European stations in my car, reminds me of being overseas, way better than our stations.

 

As far as the dt1350, I'm dying to get them.  Have them on order now, I've been putting it off for a while.  I should buy more home audio equipment seeing as my LCD2s are not pampered with the gear the deserve, alas my portables need a drastic upgrade.  I usually use my k540s which are circum-aural and delicate, I need a good pair of closed, small, durable, portables.  Dying to hear these.

post #2900 of 3813
Just caught up on this thread after a while. I repurchased some DT1350s since I miss its extraordinary bass and detail. Currently waiting for them and I'm sure they will complement my HD25s quite nicely.

And since having caught up on this thread I just downloaded the tunein radio app and I'm loving it. Thanks for that Focker! Way better than pandora. I just wish the bitrate was better but it's all good. smily_headphones1.gif

Can anyone comment if the ZO2 will give the DTs any more PRaT and bass punch? That was my only issue with the DTs for portable use.
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So glad you guys are enjoying TuneIn! I would truly be lost without that app. I use it every day at work, to and from work, and I listen to it when I go to bed each night. It's part of my daily routine more than any other music source. (Although I listen to a ton of talk radio, too)

post #2902 of 3813

need help,,,,

just got the 1350,,,love them but,,,,

i want/need more power :(

will the fiio E11 will give me more power?

is there another portable amp  for 100$+-?

post #2903 of 3813

there is the fiio e7/17, if you are after more bass and just more "thump" there is digizoid zo that is  popular with the consumer market right now

post #2904 of 3813
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Originally Posted by Retrias View Post

there is the fiio e7/17, if you are after more bass and just more "thump" there is digizoid zo that is  popular with the consumer market right now

i want more power,,,,the bass is just fine but they r not loud enough 4 me.

will the ZO will give more power or just bass?

post #2905 of 3813

The ZO amps seem to be centered around the idea of bass boost... so if you like the overall sound signature and just need more output I'd look at the E17 instead which is said to be quite neutral (while offering a simple bass boost as well as far as I know).

Properly driven they should satisfy your demand: according to Beyer they can produce up to 129dB SPL...

post #2906 of 3813

can anybody here tell me or direct me to a link on how to remove the ear pads on the dt 1350`s ?

post #2907 of 3813

As far as I know they are held in place by double sided adhesive tape, so they should come off by pulling gently.

 

http://www.customcans.co.uk/blog/?p=413

post #2908 of 3813
Full sized amps make them sing beautifully but sound signature changed alot for me in these past months. Best sub par 300 headphones though.
I'm going to put my DT-1350s on sale here in a week or two. for $200
Used only 4 months.
Edited by crossjeremiah - 11/25/12 at 7:31am
post #2909 of 3813
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Originally Posted by Focker View Post

So glad you guys are enjoying TuneIn! I would truly be lost without that app. I use it every day at work, to and from work, and I listen to it when I go to bed each night. It's part of my daily routine more than any other music source. (Although I listen to a ton of talk radio, too)

One of the stations on Tunein that I really enjoy was from Soma FM . I found their website and 've now been listening to a few of the Soma FM stations and really enjoying them. It's free, and all of the bitrates of all of the stations are at least 128 kbps. If they had a premium option with higher bitrate and a small monthly fee, I would probably go for that (I will be pestering them). There is also a Soma FM app for smartphones. Anyway, you might want to check it out.

http://somafm.com/
post #2910 of 3813

Thanks, Waynenumm! 

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