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post #7021 of 8416
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Originally Posted by Tuco1965 View Post
 

The 600s love Floyd!  :bigsmile_face:

 

And that's why I posted here!

post #7022 of 8416
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Originally Posted by kramer5150 View Post
 

Thanks.. Word of caution, the wires are VERY easy to break.  Be careful and take your time removing the lollipop driver housing.  Also keep metal objects away from the drivers once they are removed.  The magnets are small but powerful enough to attract paper clips, staples, tweezers...etc.  The very tool you use to re-bend the springs could jump across the table and crush the driver diaphragm.  I use a wood/bamboo BBQ skewer, whittle it down to a flattened point with my knife... like a small screwdriver.

 

How is the voice coil connected to the spring?

 

Does the spring basically straighten out which is what causes the intermittent connection with the cable pin? By re-bend, I take it you mean to try to put it to back to its original spring shape?

post #7023 of 8416

ideal headphones for home listening even if you dont have strong source/amplifier but i couldnt wear them outside and headphones which cant be used anywhere loose meaning to me. i rather pay extra money for audio technica expensive portables... its like wearing jewel on your ears compared to these


Edited by vincik - 3/13/14 at 10:10am
post #7024 of 8416
I may be mistaken but my guess is that when the 600's were originally designed, portability wasn't a consideration. Wearing full sized cans on the go wasn't done back than.
post #7025 of 8416
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Originally Posted by vincik View Post
 

ideal headphones for home listening even if you dont have strong source/amplifier but i couldnt wear them outside and headphones which cant be used anywhere loose meaning to me. i rather pay extra money for audio technica expensive portables... its like wearing jewel on your ears compared to these

Kind of apples and oranges if you're bringing that up in a 600 thread.

post #7026 of 8416
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Originally Posted by vincik View Post

ideal headphones for home listening even if you dont have strong source/amplifier but i couldnt wear them outside and headphones which cant be used anywhere loose meaning to me. i rather pay extra money for audio technica expensive portables... its like wearing jewel on your ears compared to these

I wear my TH600s as my portable home from work on the train nearly every day. They're not really portable and I get weird looks but who cares
post #7027 of 8416
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Originally Posted by vincik View Post

ideal headphones for home listening even if you dont have strong source/amplifier but i couldnt wear them outside and headphones which cant be used anywhere loose meaning to me. i rather pay extra money for audio technica expensive portables... its like wearing jewel on your ears compared to these
HAHAHAHA, that's funny.
post #7028 of 8416
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Originally Posted by vincik View Post
 

ideal headphones for home listening even if you dont have strong source/amplifier but i couldnt wear them outside and headphones which cant be used anywhere loose meaning to me. i rather pay extra money for audio technica expensive portables... its like wearing jewel on your ears compared to these

 

Errr...that's like complaining that you can't use the LCD-3 outside. 

 

They were not meant to be used outside. 

post #7029 of 8416

I'm using my HD600 at home and my Etymotic ER4PT or Phonak PFE232/PFE022 (grey filters) outdoors. There are better CIEMs out there (eg. Noble Audio, JH Audio etc.) that's why I'm saving up for a good pair that will be able to at least equal the HD600 experience. So far the nearest I've heard is the JH13 Pro but that's more than 3 times the price of the HD600. Honestly I still haven't come across anything that equals the HD600 experience at the same price.

post #7030 of 8416
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Originally Posted by vincik View Post
 

Ideal headphones for home listening even if you don't have a strong source/amplifier but i couldn't wear them outside and headphones which can't be used anywhere lose meaning to me. I would rather pay extra money for audio technica expensive portables... its like wearing jewels on your ears compared to these.

 

Newsflash: open headphones were designed to minimize backwaves bouncing back and around inside the chamber, not for wearing outside. That's why people on this thread have IEMs and recommendations for similar, complimentary IEMs have been asked here before. That you can use them with many mainstream sources is just a bonus for when the power's out and you don't have such IEMs yet (works fine, but not spectacular, out of my iPad2; useless with my old Creative DAPs as full volume isn't even near 3/4 on the iPad2 and they're already distorting badly).


Edited by ProtegeManiac - 3/13/14 at 9:55pm
post #7031 of 8416

SIX responses to one poor guy! Haha!

 

I think he gets the picture now.

 

:wink_face:

post #7032 of 8416
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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post
 

SIX responses to one poor guy! Haha!

 

I think he gets the picture now.

 

:wink_face:

 

It was kind of baffling; it was one factor that was never really a concern in this thread apart from "what IEM sounds like it."

post #7033 of 8416
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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post
 

SIX responses to one poor guy! Haha!

 

I think he gets the picture now.

 

:wink_face:

 

 Well to be fair it's the kind of question that baffles people haha. 

post #7034 of 8416

Well I think Joe Bonamassa and J.J. Cale are going to be on my evenings playlist.  :atsmile:

post #7035 of 8416
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Originally Posted by ProtegeManiac View Post
 

 

Newsflash: open headphones were designed to minimize backwaves bouncing back and around inside the chamber, not for wearing outside. That's why people on this thread have IEMs and recommendations for similar, complimentary IEMs have been asked here before. That you can use them with many mainstream sources is just a bonus for when the power's out and you don't have such IEMs yet (works fine, but not spectacular, out of my iPad2; useless with my old Creative DAPs as full volume isn't even near 3/4 on the iPad2 and they're already distorting badly).

Heck, I don't even wear my expensive iem's outside!  I think I'm nuts!  :confused_face_2:

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