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post #196 of 611

 

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post #197 of 611

What the heck is going on with that 3.5?

post #198 of 611
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What the heck is going on with that 3.5?

I just unpluged it from my DAP , normally as always , didn't notice anything and later when i was going to plug it i looked at the jack and ... WTF ?? eek.gif

 

If i was violent with this poor 3.5 i would understand but no ... i am not Conan The barbarian or something like that redface.gif, well let's return it for repair i don't have proper equipement for soldering djob . Peaphs a faulty Jack 3.5 , hope that nobody more will have this kind of desagrement . 

post #199 of 611
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Yeah well only one side played music the other dead silent. Got a refund for them so I may be able to get the LE before the weekend if I'm fast enough. That is if the money turns up in time.

That really sucks~

The worst thing ever to be found on a new headphone......

post #200 of 611
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My 770/LE just had a serious surgery too.

post #201 of 611

The LE has an interesting combination of being both delicate and powerful sounding. The mids are not very full, and the treble is emphasized, which gives it a slightly brighter sound, but the bass has good impact, not the best speed but also not overly bloated, just a touch of extra presence, enough to be atmospheric without bleeding into the mids tonally. It does overshadow them sometimes unamped though; I hear this gets better with amping but can't confirm myself, as I own no amps ^_^

 

The K167 is probably worth a look too.

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Alrigh, sounds to me like an ok upgrade after all. Don't have the cash for high end products and I would assume i would need a new amp for it too. 

 


Yeah well only one side played music the other dead silent. Got a refund for them so I may be able to get the LE before the weekend if I'm fast enough. That is if the money turns up in time.

post #202 of 611

 

Why did you do that?

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Why did you do that?

just for fun

I compared it with an original 770/LE and found the bass deeper, highs tamed.

The worker at the audio shop also confirmed my findings.

How does it do that? I have no idea~~~~~~~~

post #204 of 611

Did you have the volumes matched?

There is absolutely no way that just changing the connector is going to make a difference because you're still using the exact same materials to connect. Both connectors are clearly gold electroplated.

 

Cables are disputable, but there is simply no possible way that this could be making a difference.


Edited by Tus-Chan - 1/24/13 at 8:49am
post #205 of 611
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Originally Posted by Tus-Chan View Post

Did you have the volumes matched?

There is absolutely no way that just changing the connector is going to make a difference because you're still using the exact same materials to connect. Both connectors are clearly gold electroplated.

 

Cables are disputable, but there is simply no possible way that this could be making a difference.

Like I said
I have no idea how...

post #206 of 611
I'm really stuck between these and the 80's, I want the big bass for gaming and movies and I'd prefer the longer cable on the 80's without having to use an extension. What are people's general feeling between these and the 80's?
post #207 of 611
Hey, just an idea, check out some reviews of the Beyer DT-150. It sounds like a better balanced DT-770 but with better imaging and great bass impact without being muddy. Only con is it's really ugly looking.
post #208 of 611

So i ordered these, my first good headphones, i will write my first impressions when i get them :-)

post #209 of 611

@wynton5364

Look up psyschosomatic deadhorse.gif


Edited by Finguz - 1/27/13 at 3:26am
post #210 of 611
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@wynton5364

Look up psyschosomatic deadhorse.gif

I don't think I am psychosomatic.

I compared my modified headphone with the original one at the audio shop.

The difference is apparent, don't need to be listened carefully to get it.

The clerk at the shop also confirmed.

I am actually hoping anyone with similar experience to explain that to me.

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