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I say this because I want you to have my babies.
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Oh haha. I suppose I catch your drift now. You had me scared there earlier.  <3

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Quick dub Beatz.  Change your pic to a hot girl and say that it is the real you.  You might get a free headphone coming your way!

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Hai guize I'm a girl

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lmao

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Have you guys ever considered using a receiver that supports Dolby Headphone output instead of a MixAmp/DSS/etc.? I need video switching at my desk so I picked up a Harmon Kardon AVR 154 for $199 from the clearance section of their store. I think coupled with the FiiO E7/E9 it should sound better than the MixAmp for gaming...right? Here's a link if you guys are interested: https://www.harmanaudio.com/search_browse/product_detail.asp?urlMaterialNumber=AVR%20154&status=

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Hi guys, 

 

I am now owning the ad700 headphones and I can tell you the recommendations that rain all over the internet for them are completely fair.

These are awesome for the price they cost. These are real best for gaming. I had never experienced this large soundstage. I am really impressed. I never thought it is that great. People talking about lack of bass but I don't find it to be the case. It seems very neutral to me, there is enough bass on it.

 

I really regret being skeptical about it. My stamp of approval is on it already! If it only had a mic!

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Here's a question: have any of you tried gaming with the SRH750DJ with the MixAmp? If you have, what are your impressions of the soundstage?

 

Edited for clarity.

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Originally Posted by mcnoiserdc View Post

Hi guys, 

 

I am now owning the ad700 headphones and I can tell you the recommendations that rain all over the internet for them are completely fair.

These are awesome for the price they cost. These are real best for gaming. I had never experienced this large soundstage. I am really impressed. I never thought it is that great. People talking about lack of bass but I don't find it to be the case. It seems very neutral to me, there is enough bass on it.

 

I really regret being skeptical about it. My stamp of approval is on it already! If it only had a mic!


Everyone perceives neutral differently. But its known fact that on the frequency curve, the AD700 is well below the neutral line in bass. Thing is a tin can. The K701 has more bass and still doesn't hit neutral.

But in any case, I'm very glad to hear that you really enjoy the AD700. I told you it was a FPS beast. smily_headphones1.gif
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may be my unit has more bass than average because I have here the pc360 and ultrasone pro 650 which are not bass light and to me the ad700 is not far enough to say below reasonable...

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I want to buy the Mixamp but the shipping to Israel fees are outrageous..

180$ to be shipped to Israel duties pre-paid. the original price of the mixamp is 139$. are they nuts?

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Originally Posted by mcnoiserdc View Post

may be my unit has more bass than average because I have here the pc360 and ultrasone pro 650 which are not bass light and to me the ad700 is not far enough to say below reasonable...



how do you compare the pro 650 to the AD700 in terms of directional cues? footsteps and all of those good things

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Actually that's somewhere along what we pay here. Shipping from Astro is STUPID expensive, even in the States.
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I don't get it. I really don't.

How would I justify paying so much for this? :o

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Really enjoying it when you play games with it? I know that I play games enough while using the mixamp that I've gotten my money's worth from it. I guess it depends on how much you value the sound you want, and how much you use it. Then again, that can go for almost any purchase, so there's that.

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