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post #496 of 553

Out of pure curiousity, I currently have a SRH 940 paired with a CEntrance DACport.

 

I'm curious how does the T70 compare to the SRH 940/Mad Dog?

Some of the music I listen to include rock, classical, orchestral, trance and jazz

 

Thanks!

post #497 of 553

*****Some T70 Eye Candy*****

 

 

post #498 of 553

Looks nice, too bad the plastic relief is still on the left cup. A nice finish on both sides would have made it perfect.
 

post #499 of 553

Man I know.  I'm going to have him check that out

post #500 of 553

Nice picture. I just received another pair of T70p today. I had to make some more comparisons to T5p. 

post #501 of 553

I just found out that i slightly (and surprisingly so!) prefer t70 to t1. the more i'm getting used to t70, the less i find any other headphone interesting. I used to have a hole bunch of full size headphones lying around, but lately I have tried to minimize the setup and T70 is the only one left. I find it to be very addicting.

 

I might add, that the fact that T70  is closed (while T1 is open) also plays a part. But this wasn't all that important. If the T1 had sounded the best to my ears, I'd had kept it...well I used to think it did, but not anymore...weird.


Edited by librarian - 9/27/12 at 12:17am
post #502 of 553
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Originally Posted by librarian View Post

I just found out that i slightly (and surprisingly so!) prefer t70 to t1. the more i'm getting used to t70, the less i find any other headphone interesting. I used to have a hole bunch of full size headphones lying around, but lately I have tried to minimize the setup and T70 is the only one left. I find it to be very addicting.

 

I might add, that the fact that T70  is closed (while T1 is open) also plays a part. But this wasn't all that important. If the T1 had sounded the best to my ears, I'd had kept it...well I used to think it did, but not anymore...weird.

 

 

WOW - this is really surprising.  I have both and the T1 for me is leaps and bounds better than the T70.  I do enjoy the T70 very much, but I feel the T1 is better in every way.

 

Detail retrieval, soundstage depth, width, height, imaging, realistic timbre, quality of bass, and it's fastness.  

 

That's just me I guess.

post #503 of 553
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WOW - this is really surprising.  I have both and the T1 for me is leaps and bounds better than the T70.  I do enjoy the T70 very much, but I feel the T1 is better in every way.

Detail retrieval, soundstage depth, width, height, imaging, realistic timbre, quality of bass, and it's fastness.  

That's just me I guess.
I agree with most. But, and that might have something to do with the smaller soundstage, I do find the t70 to be more accurate. Also I find the two to be on par, when it comes to detail retrieval. T70 is lean on bass in comparison with t1, but still I find it to af very accurate. T1 has a more open and yet full sound to it. And I still think it is a wonderful headphone. But I have found myself more engaged with my music listening with t70, lately... The signature, which is more closed, gives me just the right feeling. Nothing sticks out too far. Everything is in it's right place. And I think it har a beautiful tone. T1 might technically be the better headphone in some ways, but t70 is just what I am after at the moment, I think it's just great :-)
post #504 of 553
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Originally Posted by librarian View Post


I agree with most. But, and that might have something to do with the smaller soundstage, I do find the t70 to be more accurate. Also I find the two to be on par, when it comes to detail retrieval. T70 is lean on bass in comparison with t1, but still I find it to af very accurate. T1 has a more open and yet full sound to it. And I still think it is a wonderful headphone. But I have found myself more engaged with my music listening with t70, lately... The signature, which is more closed, gives me just the right feeling. Nothing sticks out too far. Everything is in it's right place. And I think it har a beautiful tone. T1 might technically be the better headphone in some ways, but t70 is just what I am after at the moment, I think it's just great :-)

 

 

That's cool, as you know these impressions are all subjective anyway based on what your after and what you like.  However, what I think is objective is that the T1 is Technically better than the T70.

 

Now, hows about the T90?  Anyone?

post #505 of 553
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Originally Posted by librarian View Post


I agree with most. But, and that might have something to do with the smaller soundstage, I do find the t70 to be more accurate. Also I find the two to be on par, when it comes to detail retrieval. T70 is lean on bass in comparison with t1, but still I find it to af very accurate. T1 has a more open and yet full sound to it. And I still think it is a wonderful headphone. But I have found myself more engaged with my music listening with t70, lately... The signature, which is more closed, gives me just the right feeling. Nothing sticks out too far. Everything is in it's right place. And I think it har a beautiful tone. T1 might technically be the better headphone in some ways, but t70 is just what I am after at the moment, I think it's just great :-)

That is almost exactly the same I could say about T70p vs. T5p. T5p is technically better in every way but there is something very engaging and involving to the sound of the 70's I do not hear in the T5p/T1. 

 

I have had to go back and get a T70p again because of this so it is kind of the same story. Now I feel I have headphones for all situations and musicstyles covered by the T5p, T70p and DT-1350. These three in coorporation with ER-4S/MMX101iE for ultralight transport has me covered for every purpose normal_smile%20.gif

post #506 of 553

After a few days with the T70p I feel my love for these headphones renew all over again! My ears are getting used to the sound of T70p much faster than they did for the T5p. Now it will be interresting to A/B compare during the next couple of weeks. 

post #507 of 553
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Edited by Cristello - 12/5/12 at 6:22pm
post #508 of 553
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I would like that very much! I have been searching for a closed reference headphone and both of these are on my shortlist.

I am sure that no matter which one you end up picking you will enjoy them. They are both high end and gives plenty of musicenjoyment. When you compare the two directly it is only a matter of personal taste. For most people I think it is more difficult to adjust to the T70p since they ARE bright and has less bass impact. But vocals and details come much more forward in the T70p which gives them a very intimate sound. I guess it helps a lot to be acustomed to listen to the ER-4S for instance if you want to adjust to the T70p. If you want the more natural sound of HD650, T1 and most other flagshipmodels (except HD800 perhaps) the T5p would be your choice.

 

The only other major difference is the build quality and the materials. The T5p is in a whole other league with the leather headband and leather cushions and it is very comfortable. 

post #509 of 553

Hello everyone!

 

Does anyone know where can I buy the t70p gel pads from?! I tried to look at the website but nothing found :(

 

I am from Italy...

 

Thanks!

post #510 of 553

Does anyone use the J$ (leather / pleather) pads on the T70s?  I don't know if they're real leather or not - some one can confirm.

 

 

 

 

 

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