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post #16 of 776
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Originally Posted by smallfish111 View Post

This is my DT1350 and I have used them for two months, equipped with DACport. Their sound signature is my cup of tea~


So the Dacport is a nice pairing?  I just traded my Dacport LX for the dacport with amp for convenience reasons, hoping that it will be a good pairing.  Your comments are nice to hear.

 

post #17 of 776
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Originally Posted by aamefford View Post




So the Dacport is a nice pairing?  I just traded my Dacport LX for the dacport with amp for convenience reasons, hoping that it will be a good pairing.  Your comments are nice to hear.

 


I only have DACport, so I have no idea whether Dacport is nice enough compared with other amps. But, at least, I feel dt1350 sound great with dacport.

 

post #18 of 776

The DT1350 sounds excellent out of a tubey amp. Using the C&C X02, very warm analogue-sounding amp. The DT1350 was perfect on this amp. When I initially tried out the DT1350 I wasn't that impressed with it (used a Dared MP5) and actually preferred the t50p. I felt like it wasn't a "fun" can to compete with my bassier stuff and it didn't have the same air and ethereal feel that the t50p. The MP5 is known to be a very airy and bright amp.

 

But when I used it with the X02 the thing became both "fun" and captivating with the warmth and still managed to be very fast, detailed, and accurate, excellent match. I would imagine it would sound great with any tubey-sounding amp.

post #19 of 776
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Originally Posted by Mochan View Post

The DT1350 sounds excellent out of a tubey amp. Using the C&C X02, very warm analogue-sounding amp. The DT1350 was perfect on this amp. When I initially tried out the DT1350 I wasn't that impressed with it (used a Dared MP5) and actually preferred the t50p. I felt like it wasn't a "fun" can to compete with my bassier stuff and it didn't have the same air and ethereal feel that the t50p. The MP5 is known to be a very airy and bright amp.

 

But when I used it with the X02 the thing became both "fun" and captivating with the warmth and still managed to be very fast, detailed, and accurate, excellent match. I would imagine it would sound great with any tubey-sounding amp.


Isn't the X02 a tube amp that's super bassy? Or is it a solid state amp?

 


Edited by DigitalFreak - 7/28/11 at 1:08am
post #20 of 776

I'm getting this on my birthday, I have ibasso d4, they say it has a good synergy with dt1350. Still love my ESW9)


Edited by Cortlendt - 7/28/11 at 2:42am
post #21 of 776
I'm sitting overlooking Lake Seneca, sipping Pampero, and listening to my new 1350's that I picked up the day before this trip.

Original Ipod 3g -> Pelican PB-2 -> 1350 - and I'm massively pleased with the sound, I have no regrets about this purchase at all.
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Caveat - I am a fan of the BD sound having entered the world of Head-fi with a pair of 880 600's.
post #22 of 776

I received my DT 1350s a few days ago. At first listen, I was immediately underwhelmed by the poor bass. Luckily, I had been following the threads on these phones and knew that I had to maneuver them to find the sweet spot.

 

After finding the proper fit (which was not hard), all I can say is WOW. I just found my new favorite headphones. Some comfort issues, but seems to be getting better each day.  I bought these for work but I find myself so distracted by the great sound that I am not getting anything done! 

post #23 of 776

I just picked my pair up! Unfortunately, I will be out of town this weekend, so I won't get to do any listening with these until next week :(

post #24 of 776
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Originally Posted by viewtifuljon View Post

I just picked my pair up! Unfortunately, I will be out of town this weekend, so I won't get to do any listening with these until next week :(


Well, they are portable. :-D

 

post #25 of 776
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Good to see this little Beyer is wowing so many people. dt880smile.png

post #26 of 776

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Well, they are portable. :-D

 


Hmm, that is true :)

post #27 of 776

I love my pair too, primarily used for portable with an rsa sr71b.

I'd love to try and my 1350's wired for balanced output of my 71b.

Has anyone explored this option?

post #28 of 776

Where are you guys getting your DT1350s?

I ordered from full compass a month ago, and still not shipped...

post #29 of 776

I got mine from B&H Photo.  I signed up to be alerted when they were back in stock...and jumped on them when I got the email.

post #30 of 776
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Originally Posted by Rassilon View Post

Where are you guys getting your DT1350s?

I ordered from full compass a month ago, and still not shipped...


Ordered mine from Long & McQuade and it took mine around 2 months to arrive.

 

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