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I received a pair of Takstar Hi2050 today, resemblance in the flesh to Beyerdynamic DT880 is almost freaky.

The headband, cup arms and overall design reminds me of baby pair of DT880 down to a tee.

These ones don't mind a fair amount of power! Is that normal?

As for the sound, they're pretty good!

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I received a pair of Takstar Hi2050 today, resemblance in the flesh to Beyerdynamic DT880 is almost freaky.

The headband, cup arms and overall design reminds me of baby pair of DT880 down to a tee.

These ones don't mind a fair amount of power! Is that normal?

As for the sound, they're pretty good!


Mine didn't need a lot of power but did need a long time to break in. If you got them new and think they sound good now...wait.

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Mine didn't need a lot of power but did need a long time to break in. If you got them new and think they sound good now...wait.



This pair only had about 3-4 hours on them, basically new. (came with a trade) 

They sound pretty good straight from an Aune T1 atm.  I've had PRO80 before so wanted to try Hi2050.

I'll probably be using them most of today so we'll get some time on them. 

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If I remember correctly mine took quite awhile and the sound changed quite drastically over a 100+ period. I am amazed at the changes that occur as a headphone breaks-in. Far more dramatic than cables.

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