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post #4831 of 9527
Yeah I looked there. But geez the price for a headband is shocking.
post #4832 of 9527

It's even more shocking that the most expensive part of the headphone (the headband) has absolutely nothing to do with the sound. Even the drivers (for some reason they're not listed on that page) are cheaper.

post #4833 of 9527

Follow up for anybody who was interested. I sent the Sennheiser Australia FB page the initial message at 1am. They replied this morning at 7am. Really impressed with the response time. They told me to take it back to the store I bought it from (authorised dealer). I did that today and the guys at the store called Sennheiser who told them to immediately just give me a brand new HD600.

 

So at home right now listening to my new HD600, thanks Sennheiser for great after sale service!

post #4834 of 9527
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Originally Posted by dalb View Post
 

Follow up for anybody who was interested. I sent the Sennheiser Australia FB page the initial message at 1am. They replied this morning at 7am. Really impressed with the response time. They told me to take it back to the store I bought it from (authorised dealer). I did that today and the guys at the store called Sennheiser who told them to immediately just give me a brand new HD600.

 

So at home right now listening to my new HD600, thanks Sennheiser for great after sale service!

 

Awesome! I knew they would take care of you. Listen on!

 

:beerchug:

post #4835 of 9527
Wow...u gotten a new replacement...fantastic.
And is your can still under warranty?
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post #4836 of 9527
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Wow...u gotten a new replacement...fantastic.
And is your can still under warranty?
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Yep I keep the original 2 year warranty from the original purchase date. So seeing as it's been about a year I get a year warranty on these new ones too :)

Obviously a new warranty starting from now would be too much haha

post #4837 of 9527
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haha good stuff :) I've always had quite a large head (can't get many hats to fit me lol) so the vice grip really becomes uncomfortable without the stretching. 

 

OMGoodness, LugBug1....your display picture is classic.

post #4838 of 9527
OK, I'll bite...LugBug1, what the heck is that picture from?
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OMGoodness, LugBug1....your display picture is classic.

 

 

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OK, I'll bite...LugBug1, what the heck is that picture from?

The Avatar? 

 

Thats Cameron Diaz with no teeth... Just google celebs with no teeth and some clever chap has airbrushed quite a few. They are absolutely hilarious! 

 

post #4840 of 9527
^^^^
That is hilarious!
post #4841 of 9527

Whew I was going to ask but thought better not to. At least now we know that she can eat more than just puree. :smile: 

post #4842 of 9527

HD600 is really a great with a good amp

post #4843 of 9527
Anyone here think it's worth moving from the fidelio x1 to hd600?
I really like the fidelio but I feel like I'm missing out somewhat.
post #4844 of 9527
I heard my friend's x1 a little. The hd600 has more details, but it's not a massive step up from the x1 for sure. Basically they are in the same league imo, in terms of airiness, detail to some extent. Since u like ur x1 alot, I assume u like the heavy bass (which to me is excessive, but ymmv) and you are going to lose that with the hd600 definitely.
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Hello, everybody! I hope I haven't screwed up choosing the right thread to post my question.

So, I've been listening hd600+dr.dac2dx(it's usb dac+amp) almost for 5 years and always enjoyed the sound. Recently I bought some nice portable gear: fiio x3 player and sennheiser ie-80. Afterwards I realized that all this 5 years I didn't here the bass. Drums and bass guitars sound so much better with my portable stuff that I started to dislike my stationary gear even though other than the bass it sounds a way better.

 

So I want to somehow improve the bass experience on hd600+dr.dac2dx and, as I think, one of the wise ways is to get a standalone amp and connect it to the line-outs of dr.dac2dx. After looking through the market my attention was attracted by Burson Soloist, mainly coz it's just an awesome peace of gear technically. But after reading reviews I considered it to be an overshot for HD600, coz mainly this amp is used with around $2k-sound-sources and HD800 or similar $1k-headphones.

 

So, guys, please share some experience of successfully driving hd600 in terms of the bass experience without going hd800-like-price-range-catagory.

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