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 E11K seems very unweildy and cumbersome. 

 

No replaceable battery = fail 

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It is hardly a improvement at all the new E11K...the volume goes lower on my WS99 and bass boost is a lot weaker too.So it is a more high-end version of the old E11 to me and bought a E11 a week after :atsmile: and gonna give the E11K away....


Edited by dailysmoker - 8/31/14 at 12:00pm
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Hey I'm considering buying the E11. Mostly for portable use. I have a pair of ATH-M50x and an HTC one M7. I'm just wondering if these combined with the E11 are a good match.
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Originally Posted by AllahLover69 View Post

Hey I'm considering buying the E11. Mostly for portable use. I have a pair of ATH-M50x and an HTC one M7. I'm just wondering if these combined with the E11 are a good match.
unless you want more volume, then I say no. Not worth it to me to carry an amp around on the go for driving cans. M50X isn't hard to drive, so imo it should be okay. Also, the sound quality improvement from using an LOD+amp VS internal ampon most devices isn't worth it for portable use. Home use yes, but just a hassle on the go just to listen to music if your cans are already easy enough to drive without one. For my on-the-go rig, I focus more on the quality of the headphones than upstream components. The less I have to carry around, the better... Plus I dont like having an amplifier strapped to my phone. I do more than just listen to music on the go, so I don't like having to wrestle my pocket to take an inch thick brick with cables attached out to check a text.

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Originally Posted by dailysmoker View Post

It is hardly a improvement at all the new E11K...the volume goes lower on my WS99 and bass boost is a lot weaker too.So it is a more high-end version of the old E11 to me and bought a E11 a week after atsmile.gif and gonna give the E11K away....
I'LL TAKE IT! wink.gif
Edited by DisCHORDDubstep - 9/13/14 at 1:40pm
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Originally Posted by AllahLover69 View Post

Hey I'm considering buying the E11. Mostly for portable use. I have a pair of ATH-M50x and an HTC one M7. I'm just wondering if these combined with the E11 are a good match.
The above is just an opinion, yes it is cumbersome to strap an amp to a phone but what ever you strap it to amps are not always just make things go louder! They have better amp and buffers for less distortion at higher volumes not to mention you can get a nice bass boost from some of these. I personally never use my phone as my music device, but that is just me. As the above said you will get better returns from a nice set of headphones.
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unless you want more volume, then I say no. Not worth it to me to carry an amp around on the go for driving cans. M50X isn't hard to drive, so imo it should be okay. Also, the sound quality improvement from using an LOD+amp VS internal ampon most devices isn't worth it for portable use. Home use yes, but just a hassle on the go just to listen to music if your cans are already easy enough to drive without one. For my on-the-go rig, I focus more on the quality of the headphones than upstream components. The less I have to carry around, the better... Plus I dont like having an amplifier strapped to my phone. I do more than just listen to music on the go, so I don't like having to wrestle my pocket to take an inch thick brick with cables attached out to check a text.

I'LL TAKE IT! wink.gif

 



I gave it to my ex wife's son,he loves this thing so much already haha so sorry dude smily_headphones1.gif
post #1237 of 1237
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Originally Posted by DisCHORDDubstep View Post



unless you want more volume, then I say no. Not worth it to me to carry an amp around on the go for driving cans. M50X isn't hard to drive, so imo it should be okay. Also, the sound quality improvement from using an LOD+amp VS internal ampon most devices isn't worth it for portable use. Home use yes, but just a hassle on the go just to listen to music if your cans are already easy enough to drive without one. For my on-the-go rig, I focus more on the quality of the headphones than upstream components. The less I have to carry around, the better... Plus I dont like having an amplifier strapped to my phone. I do more than just listen to music on the go, so I don't like having to wrestle my pocket to take an inch thick brick with cables attached out to check a text.

I'LL TAKE IT! wink.gif

 



I gave it to my ex wife's son,he loves this thing so much already haha so sorry dude smily_headphones1.gif
well... Pass on the tradition I guess. wink.gif
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