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post #631 of 800
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Originally Posted by myap2328 View Post

Thanks for all the suggestions. Will try them out.

It just takes time for the pads to soften.

 

They bothered me at first, but I have no comfort issues now.  It's different for everyone, of course.

post #632 of 800

Hi Guys,

Just a quick question the DT1350 Facelift will be a good choice for a listener of Hip Hop, Jazz, Soul and Electronic musics ?


Thank in advance :)

post #633 of 800
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Originally Posted by Souldime View Post
 

Hi Guys,

Just a quick question the DT1350 Facelift will be a good choice for a listener of Hip Hop, Jazz, Soul and Electronic musics ?


Thank in advance :)

 

I think they will work well for that music.  It depends on your preferences though.  Some people love their punchy mid-bass --  the DT1350 has a nice balance of mid and sub bass, so you might need to adjust to the signature.

post #634 of 800

1350s work well with most anykind of music....

 

for the person who is having comfort issues, try spreading the head bands apart and moving around on your head, this seems to help for me....I usually keep them closed but recently I opened them fully wide open and it helped. Also try moving the teansducers farther down on the adjustment...and move the overall head placement...you will find more comfortable positions with a good seal...

 

All the best

Alex

post #635 of 800

Thank you for your quick reply !!!

post #636 of 800
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Originally Posted by adydula View Post

1350s work well with most anykind of music....

for the person who is having comfort issues, try spreading the head bands apart and moving around on your head, this seems to help for me....I usually keep them closed but recently I opened them fully wide open and it helped. Also try moving the teansducers farther down on the adjustment...and move the overall head placement...you will find more comfortable positions with a good seal...

All the best
Alex

Thanks for the suggestion Alex! Will do.
post #637 of 800

Ready :-)

They are not my set, so I can't report on sound right now, just got the photos...

 

 

 

 

post #638 of 800
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Originally Posted by Souldime View Post
 

Hi Guys,

Just a quick question the DT1350 Facelift will be a good choice for a listener of Hip Hop, Jazz, Soul and Electronic musics ?


Thank in advance :)


It will mainly depend on what sort of bass response you prefer. The dt1350 is not bass heavy and offers quality over quantity. Its the quality of the bass that actually makes me prefer these for hip hop, pop and electronic music, the definition and depth is fantastic. The bass responds well to EQing so you can easily bump it up if needed. I listen to a lot of old school soul (Sam Cooke, Al Green etc..) and the dt1350 sound great for well recorded material. They are quite detailed so poorly recorded songs can sound very bad.

post #639 of 800
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Originally Posted by chailee80 View Post
 


It will mainly depend on what sort of bass response you prefer. The dt1350 is not bass heavy and offers quality over quantity. Its the quality of the bass that actually makes me prefer these for hip hop, pop and electronic music, the definition and depth is fantastic. The bass responds well to EQing so you can easily bump it up if needed. I listen to a lot of old school soul (Sam Cooke, Al Green etc..) and the dt1350 sound great for well recorded material. They are quite detailed so poorly recorded songs can sound very bad.


Thank you for your feedback very helpful ;-)

post #640 of 800
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Originally Posted by plakat View Post
 

Ready :-)

They are not my set, so I can't report on sound right now, just got the photos...

 

 

 

 


Wow...they are beautiful.  Very elegant.

post #641 of 800

where can i get beyerdynamic t51 p ear pads? i want to put them on future dt1350 that i will buy.

 

i found only these:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Beyerdynamic-EDT-50p-Replacement-T-50p-DT-1350-Ear-Cushions-Ear-Pads-Earpads-/360893570170

 

and these:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Beyerdynamic-Pair-of-Black-Velour-Replacement-Earpads-Cushions-for-T50-DT1350-/360892806310

 

anyone know if beyerdynamic sale tham apart?

post #642 of 800
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Originally Posted by elvergun View Post
 


Wow...they are beautiful.  Very elegant.

 

Thanks :-)

 

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Originally Posted by listen4joy View Post
 

where can i get beyerdynamic t51 p ear pads? i want to put them on future dt1350 that i will buy.

 

i found only these:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Beyerdynamic-EDT-50p-Replacement-T-50p-DT-1350-Ear-Cushions-Ear-Pads-Earpads-/360893570170

 

and these:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Beyerdynamic-Pair-of-Black-Velour-Replacement-Earpads-Cushions-for-T50-DT1350-/360892806310

 

anyone know if beyerdynamic sale tham apart?

 

That would be the EDT 51p, part # 912603

While they are new and sold as a spare part for the T51p I can't guarantee that its the exact same as stock... The name indicates that it is but the URL does not. But maybe there was an error updating the article...

http://www.beyerdynamic.de/shop/hah/ersatzteile/edt-50p.html

post #643 of 800
During a recent trip to Frankfurt for Musikmesse, I was able to listen to Beyer's entire headphone lineup. These were the ones that I instantly fell in love with.

I am now happy to say that I am a proud owner of the dt1350s! My favorite on-ear headphone to date!
post #644 of 800

Congratulations, good choice :-)

For me its the pair of headphone I own longest... and I buy quite a lot.

post #645 of 800
Thanks! Although I bought them second hand and I'm trying to figure out how to tighten the sliders as they're a bit loose... Found sone replacement kits online, so hopefully they'll be better than ever! smily_headphones1.gif
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