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post #106 of 649

just like this one:  http://www.villagehatshop.com/kangol-wool-skull-cap.html

post #107 of 649

That might work if you wear the 1350s over it.

 

Some people have trouble with the fit without worrying about extra stuff anyway so you might want to order from a place with a good return policy.

post #108 of 649

cool, thanks!

post #109 of 649

I absolutely love the DT-1350 paired with the iQube. The bass becomes very dry and tight and the sound is very open. The mids are brought more forward. Highly recommended combination!

post #110 of 649

Very happy with these attached to my Fostex HP-P1. I do have a silly question. How do you move the cups for single driver listening (like moving one cup to hear someone conversing with you.) 

I dont see it in the manual and mine don't seem to move easily. I don't want to break the dang things.

Thanks,

Steve

post #111 of 649

They won't break, but it will take a bit of force the first time you do it. After that it'll be fairly easy--though probably not quite easy enough to do with one hand quickly when you need to free up an ear.
 

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Originally Posted by triodesteve View Post

Very happy with these attached to my Fostex HP-P1. I do have a silly question. How do you move the cups for single driver listening (like moving one cup to hear someone conversing with you.) 

I dont see it in the manual and mine don't seem to move easily. I don't want to break the dang things.

Thanks,

Steve



 

post #112 of 649

Might be purchasing a pair of these soon. How well do they perform when it comes to headphone hair? biggrin.gif In the way that it DOESN'T leave marks?

post #113 of 649
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Might be purchasing a pair of these soon. How well do they perform when it comes to headphone hair? biggrin.gif In the way that it DOESN'T leave marks?



Headphone hair isn'g bad, but I still know I've had them on when I look in the mirror.  For reference, I'm a guy, hair is short (#3 on top, #5 on the sides, or the other way around, I forget) and thinning.

post #114 of 649

Just got them, been listening for a while. First few minutes were unimpressive...but then I got used to the sound and I love 'em now!

post #115 of 649
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Originally Posted by JSitthi View Post

Just got them, been listening for a while. First few minutes were unimpressive...but then I got used to the sound and I love 'em now!



How's the hair? wink.gif  I still like mine a whole lot.  They isolate well, get more confortable as you get used to them, and they sound great.  I think all they lack is a bit on sound stage, but what can one expect for tiny and closed, and a bit of fun, or PRAT.  I demo'd them against the senn HD25-1-II's.  The Senn's had the litle bit extra prat, but were more fatiguing to me, and not as good a match for the acoustic, vocals and jazz I've been listening to lately.  Back when my mainstreem was rock, metal and all things electric guitar - the Senn's would have been the winners for me.

post #116 of 649

Maybe these aren't for me then, since I listen to a lot of electronic music blink.gif. And the hair is fine, for now biggrin.gif

 

Anyways, I've run into a problem...maybe that's an understatement, since my headphones are being held together by tape now and are awaiting warranty repairs. I was adjusting the headband and all of a sudden the right-side of the headphone where the bands pivot exploded into parts, leaving the housing and bands detached from each other.

 

It looked pretty bad but I was able to put it all back together with some tape, but it won't hold itself together anymore. It appears that the circular, black plastic tab that the metal button pushes into is broken. We'll see how the warranty process goes, since I am second-hand owner confused_face.gif.

 

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Edited by JSitthi - 1/23/12 at 11:11am
post #117 of 649

Got them 2 days ago. Paired with my Meizu M6 I'm getting the most awesome listening experience ive ever had =)

post #118 of 649

Just got my DT1350 back from Moon Audio after having them change out my connection to a Switchcraft mini-xlr so that I can go balanced or single ended when my SR-71B comes in, hopefully later this week.  I am also ordering a balanced HD-25-1 II with the same connection from Drew.

post #119 of 649
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Originally Posted by JSitthi View Post

Maybe these aren't for me then, since I listen to a lot of electronic music blink.gif. And the hair is fine, for now biggrin.gif

 

Anyways, I've run into a problem...maybe that's an understatement, since my headphones are being held together by tape now and are awaiting warranty repairs. I was adjusting the headband and all of a sudden the right-side of the headphone where the bands pivot exploded into parts, leaving the housing and bands detached from each other.

 

It looked pretty bad but I was able to put it all back together with some tape, but it won't hold itself together anymore. It appears that the circular, black plastic tab that the metal button pushes into is broken. We'll see how the warranty process goes, since I am second-hand owner confused_face.gif.

 

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Keep us posted on the repair.  Also - are you hard on headphones, or are these just fragile.  I ask because mine seem pretty robust, but I haven't really looked at that area of the headphone.

 

post #120 of 649

Yikes, that looks pretty brutal. Only problem I've had up to this point has been the headband pads--if something like this happens to me I'll cry.

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