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I love my 80 ohms. They're so comfortable and sound amazing (noticeably better at high volumes, my ears won't thank me for that). I've found two ways to make them sound  better. One is an itunes plugin for your computer (which can be torrented) called srs iwow. It really gives the headphones the extra bass that I think they miss. Also when using spotify (320kb music is great) changing the equalizer to make the high end and low end a little bit raised (sort of like the default acoustic eq but more pronounced) really improves the sound.

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Reporting back with my Fiio E07K Andes. Weee I'm loving this combo. Such a difference, I honestly did not expect that. ;|


Edited by Semiarty - 1/30/15 at 6:09am
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Reporting back with my Fiio E07K Andres. Weee I'm loving this combo. Such a difference, I honestly did not expect that. ;|

 

Good to hear that you like it. It does improve sound alot :)

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hello everyone, is the headphone's Beyer dynamic dt770 pro 80 ohms good for watching movies on a laptop using a dac and amp combo ?? And does the sound coming from the headphones sync with the picture or does it sound like the audio is in your head rather than the sound coming from the actors mouth ?? if you know what i mean ?? thanks in advance guys !!

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The dt770 80 is my favorite hp for watching movies. I never have sync problems with my e17/e09k combo.
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He's asking if the imaging is precise enough so that actor's voices "follow them" across the soundfield.  Yes, it is, all the more so with a desktop amp/DAC combo.

Any lag or delay between the picture and audio would be a software problem, by the way.


Edited by Mad Max - 2/2/15 at 2:24pm
post #367 of 375

Is the 80 OHM version fine for iPhone/iPad use unamped, or is it worth going for the 32 ohm in this case?

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Is the 80 OHM version fine for iPhone/iPad use unamped, or is it worth going for the 32 ohm in this case?

 

Get the 32 ohm then.

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Is the 80 OHM version fine for iPhone/iPad use unamped, or is it worth going for the 32 ohm in this case?

I use it with my s3 and works.  It wont play to its full potential, but its ok.

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I use it with my s3 and works.  It wont play to its full potential, but its ok.

Can you elaborate on what's missing? How is the volume?
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Can you elaborate on what's missing? How is the volume?

The bass doesn't hit as hard and tight, mids sound a little recessed, the sound stage stuffers, the highs just dont have that sparkle, and of course the volume.  But it still gets loud enough to drown out some outside noise.  Dont get me wrong, its not night and day.  Your not gonna say "WTF happened to my cans"  but you do notice a little difference.  This is what happens when you under power any audio equipment.  But I'll take this trade off for the 80ohm's bass and versatility when it does get enough juice. 

 

To me, if i'm using them with my phone, then that means I'm on the go and SQ isn't a real issue for me. so its good enough.  If I do listen on the go, for a long periods of time.  Say, I'm at the library studying.  then i just take my e12 with me.

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The bass doesn't hit as hard and tight, mids sound a little recessed, the sound stage stuffers, the highs just dont have that sparkle, and of course the volume.  But it still gets loud enough to drown out some outside noise.  Dont get me wrong, its not night and day.  Your not gonna say "WTF happened to my cans"  but you do notice a little difference.  This is what happens when you under power any audio equipment.  But I'll take this trade off for the 80ohm's bass and versatility when it does get enough juice. 

To me, if i'm using them with my phone, then that means I'm on the go and SQ isn't a real issue for me. so its good enough.  If I do listen on the go, for a long periods of time.  Say, I'm at the library studying.  then i just take my e12 with me.

That gives me a clearer picture. Thanks for the response!
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Thinking of getting these as pretty much everyone has mentioned them but how deep is the earcup? Does any part of the cans touch or press up against your ears? Picky thing I know but it drives me insane lol One of the best features of my current headphones (Phillips Uptowns) is that the pads and drivers don't touch my ears at all as they're quite large and deep.

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I love my DT 770s! 

 

How deep is the earcup?  20mm of comfy freedom by my reckoning.

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the DT 770 are among  the most comfortable headphones I have used, good for big ears. Much better than the takstar pro 80,- that now is used for commute.

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