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post #136 of 777

Just ordered them and boy am I excited.

post #137 of 777

Mine are on the big brown truck right now...

 

EDIT:  And delivered!  These are wonderful wonderful headphones when you figure out how the get the right seal with your ears.  


Edited by wdahm519 - 4/11/12 at 12:59pm
post #138 of 777

I hope they sort out the design for the next model, don't get me wrong, they sound great, but I always have to fiddle with them for a while before I can get a proper seal. really annoying.

 

post #139 of 777

I have mine up for sale, assuming I don't chicken out and keep them if I get an offer.  I just don't have the opportunities for headphone listening right now.  I haven't gotten any interest yet.  I think the price is in the right range.  They are about 14 months old, and pristine.  Check out my ad and let me know if I'm off base with it?

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/607917/beyerdynamic-dt1350-price-drop

 

I'll miss them if they go!

post #140 of 777
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Originally Posted by aamefford View Post

I have mine up for sale, assuming I don't chicken out and keep them if I get an offer.  I just don't have the opportunities for headphone listening right now.  I haven't gotten any interest yet.  I think the price is in the right range.  They are about 14 months old, and pristine.  Check out my ad and let me know if I'm off base with it?

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/607917/beyerdynamic-dt1350-price-drop

 

I'll miss them if they go!


You'd get more interest if you threw some pics up showing how pristine they were

post #141 of 777
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Originally Posted by theyazzern View Post

I hope they sort out the design for the next model, don't get me wrong, they sound great, but I always have to fiddle with them for a while before I can get a proper seal. really annoying.

That won't happen for some time yet i would imagine. Look how long the HD25's current design has been kept much the same its inception.
post #142 of 777
Listening to them right now from my P-51 Mustang and once again I can say that the DT-1350 is a great portable headphone.


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post #143 of 777

Had my pair for about a month now and still extremely happy with them as portable cans on the go. L3000.gif

post #144 of 777

Anyone know how to open these bad boys up?

post #145 of 777

Just picked up a pair yesterday...I'm very impressed with them. The build quality is excellent (just as all my Beyer gear has been) and I don't seem to have anywhere near the same difficulty with seal that some others are having. I spent about four hours with them last night and was very impressed overall. The bass is surprisingly good and the overall presentation is larger than I expected. These are exactly what I wanted for taking to and from work.

post #146 of 777
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Originally Posted by rasmushorn View Post

Listening to them right now from my P-51 Mustang and once again I can say that the DT-1350 is a great portable headphone.
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Originally Posted by MacedonianHero View Post

Had my pair for about a month now and still extremely happy with them as portable cans on the go. L3000.gif

 

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Originally Posted by Focker View Post

Just picked up a pair yesterday...I'm very impressed with them. The build quality is excellent (just as all my Beyer gear has been) and I don't seem to have anywhere near the same difficulty with seal that some others are having. I spent about four hours with them last night and was very impressed overall. The bass is surprisingly good and the overall presentation is larger than I expected. These are exactly what I wanted for taking to and from work.

 

Great portables for sure.  I've gotten used to the seal issue, I nail it right off the bat most of the time now.

post #147 of 777
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Great portables for sure.  I've gotten used to the seal issue, I nail it right off the bat most of the time now.

I see you're using the DACport...how do you like it? I almost picked one up myself.

post #148 of 777
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Originally Posted by WhiteCrow View Post

Anyone know how to open these bad boys up?

It can be done the same way as T50p. There is a thread with pictures of it being opened.

I would not do it though... I tried to open my T50p and destroyed them. But it can be done.

post #149 of 777
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Originally Posted by rasmushorn View Post

It can be done the same way as T50p. There is a thread with pictures of it being opened.

I would not do it though... I tried to open my T50p and destroyed them. But it can be done.


oh god, wow. I kind of wanted to recable these...but after hearing this.

post #150 of 777

Okay, these headphones are REALLY impressing me. I feel like I have a portable version of my T1s. Tonight I was watching a low budget film on Netflix called "$5 a Day". I had an RCA-to-mini cable running from the analog outs of my Oppo player into my Fiio E11 and the 1350s sounded beautiful. I'm getting a pretty decent sized sound stage with excellent imaging, and these have taken their place right up there with my Grado PS500s and my T1s in terms of enjoyment. I really like them straight out of my iPhone, but with an amp they scale up to another level. Excellent, excellent headphones.

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