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post #376 of 800
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Originally Posted by waxdoctor View Post

 

servus plakat,

 

had a talk to the beyerdynamic's PM and he told me the new headband cushion (as spare part / replacement) will also fit the pre-facelift dt-1350 version - the old headband just has to be carefully undone / unmounted not to damage the cables inside.

 

this spare part will be available very soon.

 

actually with this headband and the EDT-1350 SL we could do the old 1350 looking completely 1350 "facelift"-ishly :)

 

hope it helps!

 

regards, waxdoctor

 

Sounds good -- the headband is the only part giving me some minor problems (i.e. wearing them around the neck tends to pull off the cushions).

 

I already got the SL pads and quite like their look. The coiled cable would be quite tempting though...

 

Grüße aus der Nachbarschaft ;-)

post #377 of 800

I'm missing my DT1350...

post #378 of 800

What happened to it?

post #379 of 800
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Originally Posted by Focker View Post

What happened to it?

I sold it to fund for my AK100. I think I'll try to buy another one used soon.

post #380 of 800
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Originally Posted by kimvictor View Post

I sold it to fund for my AK100. I think I'll try to buy another one used soon.

Oh I see. I can understand why you'd miss them...

post #381 of 800
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Originally Posted by Focker View Post

Oh I see. I can understand why you'd miss them...
yup. Wonderful little hps. I regret buying the H-200 when I had the money.
post #382 of 800
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Originally Posted by kimvictor View Post

I sold it to fund for my AK100. I think I'll try to buy another one used soon.

 

Shame too, I hear those two pair very well together...

post #383 of 800
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Originally Posted by ButtUglyJeff View Post

 

Shame too, I hear those two pair very well together...

Yup. I know. I should have sold something else.

post #384 of 800

Does the DT1350 requires an amp?because my devices are only smartphone and my computer.

post #385 of 800

They get loud enough that you will probably be fine however you may choose to upgrade to a amp in the future just for the added volume headroom and slightly better sound. That said, I don't think an amp is necessary. I use my 1350's with my Galaxy S2, Nexus 7 v2, and laptop without an amp regularly and they work quite well. When I want to get the very best out of them or when I need more volume headroom for very quietly recorded albums etc, I reach for my $100 iBasso D-Zero portable amp which I can pretty highly recommend if you have $100 to spend on an amp. Otherwise just go without one, I think you'll find that the 1350 works pretty decently without an amp.


Edited by devhen - 8/4/13 at 6:03pm
post #386 of 800
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Originally Posted by LeeZeYee View Post

Does the DT1350 requires an amp?because my devices are only smartphone and my computer.

 

I like my HD25s (even when it has the lousy stock cable) more then my DT1350s directly out of a device.  But, I tend to feel the DT1350s blossom more with a little bit of amplification.

post #387 of 800
So it don't work so good?or is it just what a normal listener will need?
post #388 of 800
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Originally Posted by LeeZeYee View Post

So it don't work so good?or is it just what a normal listener will need?

for normal usage, they will be fine with out an amp. but they do benefit from an amp.

post #389 of 800
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Originally Posted by LeeZeYee View Post

So it don't work so good?or is it just what a normal listener will need?

 

The DT1350 is one of the better headphones for an unamped source.  I just happen to like the HD25s a bit more...

post #390 of 800

Ok ok, I'm lost...

Is the DT1350 CC (Facelift) a different version from the DT1350's that we love and/or hate?

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