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Originally Posted by MizMoxie View Post

 

When it comes to attenuating certain frequencies (what you refer to as "go negative"), it's unfortunately not what the technology was designed to do, so at this point in time it really isn't an option. However, with future versions (where the "EQing" aspect can be completely user-controlled and customized), it may be feasible. But we'll see… 


Fair enough, it's just I'd find it very useful to be able to tweak the timbre (mids vs highs balance, warm/dark = more mids than highs, cold/bright = more highs than mids) of the headphones as I tend to search for balanced mids & highs presence with a boosted bass. I'm worried that ZO3 might be brighter sounding than my ZO2.1 that I still love using instead of v2.3 due to the slightly warmer sound signature which makes the mids very fullbodied and up-front sounding on my M-Audio Q40. For me clear mids isn't enough and I see that easy to achieve too, but I also want them to be reasonably up-front and have enough weight/thickness to them or else I tend to get bored.


Edited by RPGWiZaRD - 12/21/13 at 4:15pm
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Originally Posted by krismusic View Post
 

So, when is it going to be available? :D Not that we want it before it's ready!

 

I'm in the process of writing a "latest updates" post, which you can find on a new ZO3 Updates thread: http://www.head-fi.org/t/696263/digizoid-zo3-updates-discussion-thread


Edited by MizMoxie - 12/21/13 at 6:15pm
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I'm in the process of writing a "latest updates" post, which you can find on a new ZO3 Updates thread: http://www.head-fi.org/t/696263/digizoid-zo3-updates-discussion-thread
Excellent. Looks like I've got to go and kick tin cans around for a couple of months!;(
post #994 of 1001
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Originally Posted by RPGWiZaRD View Post


Fair enough, it's just I'd find it very useful to be able to tweak the timbre (mids vs highs balance, warm/dark = more mids than highs, cold/bright = more highs than mids) of the headphones as I tend to search for balanced mids & highs presence with a boosted bass. I'm worried that ZO3 might be brighter sounding than my ZO2.1 that I still love using instead of v2.3 due to the slightly warmer sound signature which makes the mids very fullbodied and up-front sounding on my M-Audio Q40. For me clear mids isn't enough and I see that easy to achieve too, but I also want them to be reasonably up-front and have enough weight/thickness to them or else I tend to get bored.
Actually I have a rather opposite view. I really like the simplicity of the Zo at the moment.
I've never liked EQ as I do not consider myself skilled enough to re engineer the sound.
Rather than make up for deficiencies in equipment I like to think of the Zo as an enhancement.
Keep it simple would be my preference.
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Actually I have a rather opposite view. I really like the simplicity of the Zo at the moment.
I've never liked EQ as I do not consider myself skilled enough to re engineer the sound.
Rather than make up for deficiencies in equipment I like to think of the Zo as an enhancement.
Keep it simple would be my preference.


Doesn't surprise me that you're an Apple guy looking at the signature... personally I'm pretty Anti-apple guy as I prefer having control over everything and certainly have the knowledge to do my own adjustments. I'm kinda sad more and more people want simplicity because it hurts us advanced users. Over the past 10 years, everything has become more simple in general. Soundcards used to have tons of settings, now look at the simple Creative Z-series interface etc... It's okay if you offer both more simple and advanced products but often is the case that there is no advanced options left to pick which often annoys me.

A big reason for why I like the ZO is its configurability, 32-step bass adjustment, configure it exactly like _YOU_ want it.


Edited by RPGWiZaRD - 12/22/13 at 8:11am
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Didn't mean to make you sad!
I see where you are coming from and have heard this POV ad infinitum.
I like things that just work. Shoot me.
It would actually be great if there were two levels of functionality.
I certainly do not find the 2.3 complicated but the 3 sounds much more ambitious.
BTW. MizMoxie. Why specifically do you say that Zo3 may give the sound that I am looking for?
Edited by krismusic - 12/22/13 at 10:39am
post #997 of 1001
Doh!
Edited by krismusic - 12/22/13 at 10:37am
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Sorry guys.
Edited by krismusic - 12/22/13 at 10:37am
post #999 of 1001
Can't wait for the Z03!
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Whats the difference between .1 version from .2 & .3? I joined headfi later on and I think I have the .1 (first batch). Is it just the dates of manufacture or something added for better?

 

Thanks

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can anyone comment on zo2.3 synergy with e12 amp? i know it works very well with e11

 

 

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Originally Posted by AUDIOBREEDER View Post
 

Whats the difference between .1 version from .2 & .3? I joined headfi later on and I think I have the .1 (first batch). Is it just the dates of manufacture or something added for better?

 

Thanks

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/589201/digizoid-zo2-3-impression-discussion-thread/855#post_9375957

 

rpgwizard seems to swear by zo2.1 over 2.3 and says the sound signature is more enjoyable/powerful though, so u might be holding on to a superior version that people are looking for. i wouldnt mind taking that off ur hands :)


Edited by takutox - 3/1/14 at 8:58am
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