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post #271 of 649
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Originally Posted by scootsit View Post


I've gotta say, the 1350 is sensitive enough, the E5 seems to be more than enough amp for me. The output is buffered, so there is more than sufficient current. It's flat (there is a tad bit of bass roll off), has an incredibly low output impedance and really sounds great. Nwavguy tested it, and it performed better than the E6. It would seem that the early E5 had a CMOS based opamp. I took mine apart and it's definitely not CMOS based. It certainly outperforms any CMOY, and I really think it is all you need for the 1350.


Thanks for the info.  I can get my hands on a CMOY to play with, and for the $20-$25 I'll probably just order an E5 to play with as well.  I'll probably just drive myself nuts listening for differences (and not getting work done!)

post #272 of 649
Add me to this group!!! This is my first professional(?) headphone I have owned and the differences are stark. I was able to get them on clearance at Best Buy and no matter how much I act like I want to replace them, I keep coming back.

I run them straight from my iPhone 5 and find that I like them better on the louder volumes, they don't sound "full" enough for me at lower volumes. However, I had a chance to double amp and run a L3 (through 30-pin adapter) to a Fiio e11 and e12 and WOW!!!

I liked the e11 better because of the 2nd level switch for bass, but either way it was a great sound. I only went away from it because of the bulk.

I hope this helps someone else.
post #273 of 649
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Originally Posted by ubjuris View Post

Add me to this group!!! This is my first professional(?) headphone I have owned and the differences are stark. I was able to get them on clearance at Best Buy and no matter how much I act like I want to replace them, I keep coming back.

I run them straight from my iPhone 5 and find that I like them better on the louder volumes, they don't sound "full" enough for me at lower volumes. However, I had a chance to double amp and run a L3 (through 30-pin adapter) to a Fiio e11 and e12 and WOW!!!

I liked the e11 better because of the 2nd level switch for bass, but either way it was a great sound. I only went away from it because of the bulk.

I hope this helps someone else.


Can I ask you? How much were they on clearance at Best Buy?

post #274 of 649
I was able to get them for 190; the Best Buy in my city is closing their music store. I have been told by another employee the headphones should not have been on clearance - it's difficult to say what's what now.
post #275 of 649
Add me as well!
I got the T5P's three weeks ago and love them so much I thought I would get their siblings for outside/coffee shop use. Purchased them today from my local store but they will be in tomorrow as they had to re-stock from their wearhouse.
I paid $249 which is the cheapest I have seen in Canada, could have saved a few bucks buying them from the States but by the time shipping and customs is taken into account they would have ended up costing more. Plus I like to shop local when I can!
post #276 of 649

Mine are in, and I have about 36 hours of burn-in on them.  All I can say is WOW!  EARGASM!
 

post #277 of 649
Picked mine up today and very impressed right out of the box. Found it really easy to find the sweet spot on the ear and find them super comfortable and great at isolating external noise.

Really well made, they feel made to last. Warmer sounding a less detailed than my T5P's but that is actually a benefit I feel for the use they will be give which is right out of my HM-801 when I am out and about in coffee shops and such.

In three short weeks I have gone from never owning a Beyerdynamic headphone to owning two!

A quick shot of my set up!

AppleMark
Edited by ianmedium - 4/16/13 at 4:56pm
post #278 of 649

Has any one noticed the mid bass to be kind of loose? It has impact, but it doesn't have that good round feeling I get from SE535.

post #279 of 649

I posted the same question in another thread of the forum (http://www.head-fi.org/t/660128/portable-alternative-to-dt-770) but I'd like to ask you Beyer fans: is the DT-1350 a good portable alternative to the DT-770?

post #280 of 649
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Originally Posted by neonyme View Post

I posted the same question in another thread of the forum (http://www.head-fi.org/t/660128/portable-alternative-to-dt-770) but I'd like to ask you Beyer fans: is the DT-1350 a good portable alternative to the DT-770?

Short answer: YES!

 

In fact I like the sound from DT-1350 better. Even if it was for homeuse I would prefer the DT-1350. (The DT-770/600 not included though!)

post #281 of 649
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Originally Posted by ianmedium View Post

Picked mine up today and very impressed right out of the box. Found it really easy to find the sweet spot on the ear and find them super comfortable and great at isolating external noise.

Really well made, they feel made to last. Warmer sounding a less detailed than my T5P's but that is actually a benefit I feel for the use they will be give which is right out of my HM-801 when I am out and about in coffee shops and such.

In three short weeks I have gone from never owning a Beyerdynamic headphone to owning two!

A quick shot of my set up!

AppleMark

 

Tubes!!!!!

 

I've seen this amp several time, but never can seem to see the name of it.  Could you share the make?

post #282 of 649
Sure! Its the Analog Squared Paper TU-05. It's Single Ended Triode Class A tube amp and the beyer's sound wonderful out of it. I have been tube rolling for a few months. I got yesterday the ultra rare made ing Great Britain Marconi's that you see in the picture, they are paired with early D getter Siemens and the sound is wonderful. I should have a set of early D getter Telefunken's arriving in the next day or so as well
post #283 of 649
I have just started a thread in the High End section of the forum for all those who love Beyerdynamics Tesla Technology, I thought it would be great to embrace in one place all the Tesla models as i feel the technology is High end no matter which models we own! So hope on over and join in, lets show those high end Johhnies us Tesla fans have a rightful place in their high end club biggrin.gif

http://www.head-fi.org/t/660347/beyerdynamic-tesla-appreciation-society
post #284 of 649
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Originally Posted by ianmedium View Post

Sure! Its the Analog Squared Paper TU-05. It's Single Ended Triode Class A tube amp and the beyer's sound wonderful out of it. I have been tube rolling for a few months. I got yesterday the ultra rare made ing Great Britain Marconi's that you see in the picture, they are paired with early D getter Siemens and the sound is wonderful. I should have a set of early D getter Telefunken's arriving in the next day or so as well

 

Thanks for sharing.  Sorry to derail the tread but I had to ask....

post #285 of 649

I wear glasses, and it really hurts to wear this little beast from beyer.

I can hardly wear it for more than an hour.

HOWEVER, they sound great! very open and detail!

 

Just wonder if anyone knows anyway to improve the comfort of it?

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