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Holy sweet mother of Denon AH-D2000s, Batman.

post #1 of 13
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Just got them and wow...

 

Just wow.

 

Compared to the Beats Studio I've been using, all I can say is that I'm hearing brand new things. The highs are so sharp it almost hurts. Not to mention the bass of these headphones are just crazy. Not to mention my great-aunt (passed grandmothers sister) and son (fathers cousin) are in town. Shes 90ish and she said "Oh let me listen!" I gave them to her and played Maxwell's Silver Hammer by The Beatles. She was incredibly happy. Not to mention she was belting her heart out. 

 

Pics soon :) and review.

post #2 of 13

lol , nice looking forward to your review wink_face.gif

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Originally Posted by FasterX View Post

Just got them and wow...

 

Just wow.

 

Compared to the Beats Studio I've been using, all I can say is that I'm hearing brand new things. The highs are so sharp it almost hurts. Not to mention the bass of these headphones are just crazy. Not to mention my great-aunt (passed grandmothers sister) and son (fathers cousin) are in town. Shes 90ish and she said "Oh let me listen!" I gave them to her and played Maxwell's Silver Hammer by The Beatles. She was incredibly happy. Not to mention she was belting her heart out. 

 

Pics soon :) and review.



 

post #3 of 13

Their low, low end is really powerful compared to the Beats.  

post #4 of 13

Dem D2k's got dat boom boom mang :)

post #5 of 13
Thread Starter 

Does anyone know if the JMoney pads are worth it?

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Does anyone know if the JMoney pads are worth it?



If you don't mind mismatching handsewn pads, then yes. If you do, then no. Personally I don't really care and I'd buy them anyway.

 

Also depends on how valuable 100 bucks is to you, but at the end of the day if you're already modding D2000's and you know the potential there is for them, they're worth it.

post #7 of 13

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post #8 of 13

No doubts they are better than the beats. Whats your source? 

post #9 of 13

i remember the first time i heard D2000's

 

the bass is very overpowering..agreed.

 

 

the D5000 sounded like a much better investment to me...and look better too

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the bass is very overpowering

That is a matter of opinion.
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the bass is very overpowering..agreed.

 


After some Burn-in is not the same though. 

post #12 of 13

I personally have not heard a difference in their sound with burn-in.  

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Originally Posted by jackwess View Post

No doubts they are better than the beats. Whats your source? 

 

iPhone or Macbook :) No amp right now :/
 

 


 

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Originally Posted by Nocturnal310 View Post

i remember the first time i heard D2000's

 

the bass is very overpowering..agreed.

 

 

the D5000 sounded like a much better investment to me...and look better too

I disagree. I found the bass to be just enough with sharp highs too. 

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