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post #196 of 748

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          Is there a place or a website that i could buy headphones and return them if they do not satisfy my expectations or standards? so maybe i can create educated and informed opinions and realize and define my own sound preferances.

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          Is there a place or a website that i could buy headphones and return them if they do not satisfy my expectations or standards? so maybe i can create educated and informed opinions and realize and define my own sound preferances.


Amazon??? why don't you just find yourself a good hi fi shop that has headphones out on display you can try out?

post #198 of 748

I'm not sure which album it's off of, but I'm listening to "This Way" by Nero and it sound fantastic. This might be one of the tracks that one could listen to in order to determine if these headphones can give them what they want out of electronica/dubstep/club music. I had never heard of this group until recently, but they have become one of my favorites. This track has some nice bass and lots of crisp, well-defined musical elements. I could listen to this all day :)

 

Another great track for assessing bass is "Angel" by Massive Attack...the sub bass is fantastic on this one. It also happens to be a cool track overall. 


Edited by Focker - 6/18/12 at 11:41pm
post #199 of 748

headpad glue fell off! is that common on dt1350?

i searched & only found synthetic leather pad replacement, not headpad replacement! 

need help

post #200 of 748
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headpad glue fell off! is that common on dt1350?

i searched & only found synthetic leather pad replacement, not headpad replacement! 

need help

One of mine already fell off. You can just reglue it back on. Although I haven't bothered to and I've been just fine without it on.

post #201 of 748
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One of mine already fell off. You can just reglue it back on. Although I haven't bothered to and I've been just fine without it on.

Hi Robble!

 

 

dt1350 known problem, beside its panzer built quality
the glue not as good as HD25's. how to reglue? with 3M double tapes?
direct on plastic make wont be comfortable for me.
 
did beyerdynamic too self confident with their headpad so no need to provide replacement parts?
post #202 of 748

Mine fell of too a while ago. You can get new head cushions for your DT-1350 as a part of normal guarantee. They fall off and your dealer has to order new ones from Beyerdynamic and replace them. you can either replace them yourself or let the dealer replace them. 

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Mine fell of too a while ago. You can get new head cushions for your DT-1350 as a part of normal guarantee. They fall off and your dealer has to order new ones from Beyerdynamic and replace them. you can either replace them yourself or let the dealer replace them. 

 

 

Hi Rasmushorn!

Matter is the glue isn't on par with Sennheiser's glue. Mine already out of warranty & no official dealers. 

The HD25 pad kit comes with ear & head pads. dt1350's kit on ebay only comes with earpads. No headpad kit.

 

Anyway what kind of source setup will make DT1350 shinier? 


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post #204 of 748
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Hi Rasmushorn!

Matter is the glue isn't on par with Sennheiser's glue. Mine already out of warranty & no official dealers. 

The HD25 pad kit comes with ear & head pads. dt1350's kit on ebay only comes with earpads. No headpad kit.

 

Anyway what kind of source setup will make DT1350 shinier? 

No that glue is not the best.

 

I find that when I use my iQube with the DT-1350 they become very detailed and open sounding. With good recordings and high resolution files they do shine together with iPhone+iQube.

post #205 of 748
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No that glue is not the best.

 

I find that when I use my iQube with the DT-1350 they become very detailed and open sounding. With good recordings and high resolution files they do shine together with iPhone+iQube.

 

 

Is there any better glue out there?

iQube,is it an amp? how about cmoy?

post #206 of 748

I'm liking my 1350s a lot.  They do many things right but their greatest strength appears to be the bass/low end.  It's how I like my bass, tight, sharp, detailed.  It's never the least bit muddy.

post #207 of 748

I have just purchased the DT1350 a couple of days back and enjoy them quite a bit. I'm in the process of burning them in right now, and I just received my Fiio E17 today. I just wanted to ask for some opinions on this pairing before I actually start using it, just to see what your experiences have been like. It has taken me quite a bit of research and reviews to land on this headphone and amp pairing, as my main need was for a truly portable, great sounding headphones to go with my MacBook Pro Retina and my ZuneHD. I would appreciate some first hand experience with the Fiio E17 if any of you have had one or currently use one, and want to know your comments on amplification, soundstage, the works. Very much appreciated!

post #208 of 748
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I have just purchased the DT1350 a couple of days back and enjoy them quite a bit. I'm in the process of burning them in right now, and I just received my Fiio E17 today. I just wanted to ask for some opinions on this pairing before I actually start using it, just to see what your experiences have been like. It has taken me quite a bit of research and reviews to land on this headphone and amp pairing, as my main need was for a truly portable, great sounding headphones to go with my MacBook Pro Retina and my ZuneHD. I would appreciate some first hand experience with the Fiio E17 if any of you have had one or currently use one, and want to know your comments on amplification, soundstage, the works. Very much appreciated!

 

I'm using my 1350s with the E17 out of an Asus computer.  I think it's a very good pairing with the E17 providing enough power to keep the 1350s sounding crystal clear.  The DAC in my laptop can't begin to compare with what the E17 brings to the table.

post #209 of 748

Anyone have any idea or instructions on how to replace the earpads on the DT1350? The user manual is very generic and doesn't contain any specific instructions, and I dont want to damage this beauty. I would really appreciate some kind of step by step instructions or illustrations.

post #210 of 748
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Anyone have any idea or instructions on how to replace the earpads on the DT1350? The user manual is very generic and doesn't contain any specific instructions, and I dont want to damage this beauty. I would really appreciate some kind of step by step instructions or illustrations.

It's my understanding that they are just secured with adhesive.  So, you just pull them off...it'll take a bit of tugging, though.

 

This is only what I've heard from others, though, so you may want to wait to hear from someone who has actually done it...

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