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I just installed the Velour DT770 pads, haven't tried it yet, I wonder how the impact on the bass will be

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Originally Posted by Ultrainferno View Post
 

I just installed the Velour DT770 pads, haven't tried it yet, I wonder how the impact on the bass will be



It will lessen the bass bloat and improve the prominence of the sub-bass with an increase in the soundstage width.

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Originally Posted by Ultrainferno View Post

I just installed the Velour DT770 pads, haven't tried it yet, I wonder how the impact on the bass will be

Less bass, piercing treble IME, but it all depends what type of sound signature is preferable to you.
post #589 of 599

a more linear sound with a lot less bass, but the highs can get sharp indeed. I think I'll keep i this way, I have the COP for bass

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Has anybody compared these to the denon ah-d2000? I might be buying a pair.
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Has anybody compared these to the denon ah-d2000? I might be buying a pair.



The Denon AH-D2000 has wider soundstage on account of its semi-opened back but the bass out of the Denons sound looser.  Highs can also be a bit peaky.

 

The DT-770 LE is smoother but it is darker.

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The Denon AH-D2000 has wider soundstage on account of its semi-opened back but the bass out of the Denons sound looser.  Highs can also be a bit peaky.

 

The DT-770 LE is smoother but it is darker.

comfort with glasses?

bass amount?

sibilance?

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comfort with glasses?

bass amount?

sibilance?


I wear glasses but both of them don't provide any comfortable fit with glasses.  

I find the DT770 LE to have a tad less mid-bass humming but in terms of sub-bass extension and quantity, the DT770 wins.  Vocals and mids go to D2000.  

Either one of them in their stock form aren't sibilant.  But please take into account the varying degrees of tolerance for brightness.  I have both the T1 and HD800 and I also use the AKG-K3003 as my main on-the-go IEM.   

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Anyone looking for a good affordable amp/dac combo for these babies should check out the HRT Microstreamer. Tightens up the bass a good bit, does justice to the mids, and powers them well enough to get rid of the somewhat hollow sound they sometimes take on. Its such a good combo that I'm getting rid of my D2000s :-)

hey can you compare the d2000 to the dt770? i have an opportunity to buy a used one for a good price im thinking of jumping on it.

post #595 of 599
I had both for a few months last summer. The DT770 is more neutral, whereas the D2000 is warm. Detail levels are similar, but the mids are very tonally flat on the Beyers which makes detail easier to discern. The D2000 mids are fuller and more immediate, but less analytical and warmer in tone. Bass depth is similar, butove quantity is more on the D2000, and the extra emphasis Treble also extends further on the DT770, but the D2000 has a peak in the lower treble, which some people find exciting for electronica, whereas emphasis on the DT770 comes in higher, giving it a more stereotypically "HiFi" sound. Soundstage width is better on the DT770, and depth is about equal, although the extra bass oomph makes the D2000 sound a bit more dynamic.

Overall I think the DT770 is more neutral, and the D2000 is more colored. All about preference.
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Has anybody compared these to the denon ah-d2000? I might be buying a pair.
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Originally Posted by Gilly87 View Post

I had both for a few months last summer. The DT770 is more neutral, whereas the D2000 is warm. Detail levels are similar, but the mids are very tonally flat on the Beyers which makes detail easier to discern. The D2000 mids are fuller and more immediate, but less analytical and warmer in tone. Bass depth is similar, butove quantity is more on the D2000, and the extra emphasis Treble also extends further on the DT770, but the D2000 has a peak in the lower treble, which some people find exciting for electronica, whereas emphasis on the DT770 comes in higher, giving it a more stereotypically "HiFi" sound. Soundstage width is better on the DT770, and depth is about equal, although the extra bass oomph makes the D2000 sound a bit more dynamic.

Overall I think the DT770 is more neutral, and the D2000 is more colored. All about preference.

Great post man. Can you comment on the difference in sibilance and comfort?
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Both can be mildly sibilant; I heard more on the D2000 despite the DT770 being brighter overall. Comfort-wise they are both very comfortable; clamping force is higher on the DT770 but the Denons are much heavier. The Denon's pads are softer/squishier, with nicer leather, but the Beyers give more space for your ears, and will cup all but the biggest ears comfortably, whereas I needed to stuff the Denon pads to put space between the drivers and my ears.
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Great post man. Can you comment on the difference in sibilance and comfort?
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Hi guys,

 

Can someone here please confirm that these pads will fit the DT770 Pro LE?


http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00EFD7TQQ/ref=gno_cart_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3QWSZ44N8P3XH

 

 

 

Thanks!

post #599 of 599

Yes!  You might have to stretch them a little, but they fit fine.  I haven't used the original pleathers since I switched to these.  I prefer the sound and comfort.  Isolation seems better too.

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