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post #136 of 301
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Originally Posted by Raul Montana View Post
 

The mod I did it myself, cost me $4 for the jack panel.

 

The cable $15, got it from china on ebay - http://www.ebay.com/itm/181179385700

 

Thanks!

aww man... i widh i have your talent :(

post #137 of 301

I think Raul Montana should offer his talents/services for funds :)

At least he can be sure he has 2 customers already :)

post #138 of 301
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Originally Posted by nishan View Post
 

I think Raul Montana should offer his talents/services for funds :)

At least he can be sure he has 2 customers already :)

yeah.... i agree.

post #139 of 301
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Originally Posted by nishan View Post
 

I think Raul Montana should offer his talents/services for funds :)

At least he can be sure he has 2 customers already :)

 

I wish! Maybe one day, I'll have the time, proper place to take such requests. It would be an awesome job though, to work customizing headphones only, one day :)

post #140 of 301
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post #141 of 301
Had these for about three weeks. Powering them with a Fiio e07k. Absolutely the best EDM cans to date for me. The M100's were good, but the bass on the DT770's... WOW
post #142 of 301

I wanted some closed back headphones a few years ago and fell in love with DT770s in the HiFi store, just had to have that bass sound!

 

A while back I gave them to my daughter and immediately started missing them (only used them occasionally, but sometimes it's just the right sound, and great on trains). So I bought another pair last year and found they are not quite as good, still great fun though.

 

Let's be honest, the bass is really OTT on these, however a lovely sound; as others have said here, great for movies and I find for older recordings. For example they sounded really great when watching a DVD of The Doors in concert from the late 1960s.

 

I was pleased to see they have an appreciation thread on this forum, if I was only allowed one pair of headphones it wouldn't be these, but I won't be parted from them again!

post #143 of 301

On the back of the DT770 drivers there is a cap with a fabric going across. If you remove that cap, the cans become a little brighter and less bass heavy. 

post #144 of 301
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so Casper  - does this mean you offer this service?

how much do you charge? you can PM me if you want.

post #145 of 301
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Originally Posted by nishan View Post
 

so Casper  - does this mean you offer this service?

how much do you charge? you can PM me if you want.

Yes, and PM'd.

post #146 of 301

The blue Mogami W2893 has arrived...will soon be shipped to be fused with the DT770... :)

 

post #147 of 301
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Originally Posted by nishan View Post
 

The blue Mogami W2893 has arrived...will soon be shipped to be fused with the DT770... :)

 

 

Who's gonna do it?

post #148 of 301
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Originally Posted by iceman600 View Post
 

Who's gonna do it?


Brian @ BTG Audio (I had already sent him the funds when I realized people on this forum do it...but I think his work is well reputed and I didn't wanna reverse the deal):
http://www.btg-audio.com/

post #149 of 301

So my  modified Beyers will be terminated with a Switchcraft 3.5mm plug (nickel plated).

 

As I am no longer able to use the factory (original) screw-on 6.3mm adapter plug, I am going to need a snap-on 6.3mm (1/4 inch) adapter when using my home amplifier.

Are there any that are better than others? I would prefer a silver plated or a gold plated one - looks really doesn't matter, but if it looks good, then i'd consider it a bonus.

 

If you guys were to buy one, where would you get it? Any special places? links would be much appreciated...

 

Thanks in advance.

post #150 of 301

Got mine ....but its the 250 , the grain free timbre makes me real happy :)

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