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post #541 of 776
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Originally Posted by adydula View Post
 

Interesting the aluminum amp's to some are better than the 1350's, Tyell seemed to like them better that the 1350 for a review he recently did and he really liked the 1350's.

 

I would like to hear them for myself but I cant think of parting with the 1350's....

 

Alex

 

The Aluminum Amps were released  just as I was going to grab the 1350s.  I purchased both and did and A/B compare on several tracks.   To my ears the 1350s have cleaner MIDs, tighter/cleaner bass.  I though the highs were delivered a bit cleaner for the 1350s as well, but not by much.  I would also state more or less the same when comparing the 1350s to the HD25s.

post #542 of 776

Another great story for the 1350's!!

 

I think they are the best in their class....'area'..

 

Alex

post #543 of 776
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Originally Posted by sp3llv3xit View Post
 



https://www.facebook.com/groups/DavaoAudiophileClub/

Look for Arbi Barbi.  He made the cups.

 

Looks like something from Gradodynamic

post #544 of 776
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Originally Posted by adydula View Post
 

Another great story for the 1350's!!

 

I think they are the best in their class....'area'..

 

Alex

I would have to agree, I own a pair.  I also recall reading that  the Amps use the same dated drivers as the HD25s.  BD 1350s drivers are newer from a technology perspective, this is the main contributing factor in my view.  What was once best in-class( HD25s) has been surpassed by technology.

post #545 of 776

There are times when I like my 1350s even more so than my T90's..I hate to admit that, they both are really good I guess its the music and my mood.

 

I tend to listen to one set for several weeks and then go over to the other pair and each and every time I am shocked at how good they both are or what I was missing etc...

 

Happy Camper here...

 

LOL

Alex

post #546 of 776

I can't seem to get my DT1350s I just received to seal properly. If I push them against my ears I hear a lot of bass; there is very little bass if I just leave them alone.

 

I also have the T51p and I put the T51p pads on the DT1350, it didn't do anything. I can get the T51p to seal better though, which is kind of weird. If I push my T51p against my ears I hear a bass increase as well, but it is only like 1/4 the increase that happens with the DT1350.

 

Anyways, what tricks have you guys tried to get the DT1350 to seal on your ears?

post #547 of 776

Try not spreading the headbands apart and use more tension by adjusting the transducer adjustment until you find a good fit.

 

Also try not spreading the headbands apart as well.

 

I find not spreading them apart gives me a  better seal.

 

A.

post #548 of 776

Try pushing them a little further back on your ears, like this:

 

 

This isn't my pic, someone else posted it in one of these DT1350 threads. I find that this provides a pretty good fit & seal.

post #549 of 776
Hi Plakat

I am in Vienna : any idea where I can try Beyerdynamics T1 or the face lifted Dt1350 and the new T51p?
I love my 1350...
Thanks.
Edited by Nishy - 2/13/14 at 1:09am
post #550 of 776

Agree with pushing them back further on your ears.  Seemed unnatural at first, but it did the trick for me.

post #551 of 776

So I just got a pair of these for nearly 1/2 the usual UK price on a whim, was very willing to resell if I didn't like...

 

Good initial impressions. Had them on my ear for ~2.5 hours, no discomfort, maybe I am just tolerant. Most obvious thing at the moment is the bass, it does indeed go low (I was very skeptical of this).

 

I just found this thread, I have been wearing them the same way as the picture above this post. Seems the natural position. 

 

 

(Source= Tera Player). 

post #552 of 776
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Lost the right channel today ;-(

traced the problem to where the cable disappears into the headband from the LHS cup.

Any one else have this problem ?

 

Where can I get a replacement?

Is it worth upgrading the cable for something tougher ?

 

Thanks

post #553 of 776
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Originally Posted by Spakka View Post
 

So I just got a pair of these for nearly 1/2 the usual UK price on a whim, was very willing to resell if I didn't like...

 

Good initial impressions. Had them on my ear for ~2.5 hours, no discomfort, maybe I am just tolerant. Most obvious thing at the moment is the bass, it does indeed go low (I was very skeptical of this).

 

I just found this thread, I have been wearing them the same way as the picture above this post. Seems the natural position. 

 

 

(Source= Tera Player). 


I love the sub-bass they produce.  I'm still looking for a full-size can that sounds like the DT1350.   The T5p gets close...but its not quite there. 

post #554 of 776
Finally jumped on the beyerdynamic bandwagon. Just grabbed a pair off amazon for $170 which is half the normal retail price here in Australia. The last portables I tried were the akg q460 and momentum on ear and didnt really like either of them so im looking forward to hearing these babies.
post #555 of 776

chailee....congrats on your purchase I hope you like them!

 

A.

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