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post #1531 of 1913
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Originally Posted by extrabigmehdi View Post

I think there's the Denon AH-D600 for this. It has less bloated bass according to review so you might enjoy it even more.

But it doesn't have wood on cups.


I should try :)  thanks for your input.

post #1532 of 1913
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Originally Posted by Magick Man View Post


Their built quality is amazing, but if you want to save some money, you can buy the TH600s which are half price, or about what you'd pay for D7100s. They're also superior to the Denons in every way.

 

+1

post #1533 of 1913
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Originally Posted by Magick Man View Post


Their built quality is amazing, but if you want to save some money, you can buy the TH600s which are half price, or about what you'd pay for D7100s. They're also superior to the Denons in every way.

I have a pair of Markl modded DENON  LA D-5000 LITE paired with a Burson Conductor i see you own the Fostex TH900 how are they compared to the 5000 is the bass quality and quantity similar and for the asking price a worthwhile upgrade or a different league all together and about the TH600 are they similar sounding to the LA D-5000 LITE.or even better still. Thanks.

post #1534 of 1913
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Originally Posted by Croozer View Post


Name 'em.

D7000

D5000

D2000

D600 

DT770/600

DT770/250

Sennheiser Momentum

UE9000

beyer T70

Sennheiser Amperior

beyer DT1350

ATH-W1000X

 

All sound better to my ears AND measure better too. wink.gif

post #1535 of 1913
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Originally Posted by Canadian411 View Post


I should try :)  thanks for your input.

 

The D600 does well with almost all genres while D7100 is slightly more picky due to the treble peak. My $0.02.

 

I'd love to hear a comparison between Sig DJ/Ed8 with the D7100. Considering they fill similar market slots and cost about the same.

post #1536 of 1913
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Originally Posted by LinkPro View Post

 

The D600 does well with almost all genres while D7100 is slightly more picky due to the treble peak. My $0.02.

 

I'd love to hear a comparison between Sig DJ/Ed8 with the D7100. Considering they fill similar market slots and cost about the same.

 

 

 

the Ed8 and Sig Dj are on another level. the D71000 can be had for much cheaper and the ultrasones especially the ed8, are rarely discounted that low. ultrasone will be better too.


Edited by Dubstep Girl - 4/13/13 at 9:27pm
post #1537 of 1913
D600 are better than d7100?! My friend had d600 and i know what they sound like. He upgrade to D7100 because of the sale big price drop and he is realy happy because its huge upgrade in sound. I really hope nobody gonna belive this nonsens that i just read because D7100 outclasses D600 almost in every aspect.
And i hope people will stop reading this post. Top much vendor like talking for my taste.
post #1538 of 1913
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Originally Posted by michbest View Post

D600 are better than d7100?! My friend had d600 and i know what they sound like. He upgrade to D7100 because of the sale big price drop and he is realy happy because its huge upgrade in sound. I really hope nobody gonna belive this nonsens that i just read because D7100 outclasses D600 almost in every aspect.
And i hope people will stop reading this post. Top much vendor like talking for my taste.

How ironic.

They should believe it, because it's true, at least from an objective perspective (and the ears of a lot of folks in this thread). The measurements back it up. I'm willing to entertain any proof you have to the contrary.
post #1539 of 1913

13 minutes delay after my last input pop-up's... who? Of course: Magick Man! Again :) Well done...

post #1540 of 1913
I have tried the Amperior it's a fun headphone but can't really compare it to the Denon. Denon D7100 triumphs over the Amperior when it comes to soundstage and instrument separation. Denon also has a wonderful build quality as compared to the Amperior. You can't really go and buy the D7000, D5000, D2000. Sennheiser Momentum is a darker more laid back sounding headphone and won't be to everyone's liking. I have heard that many beyerdynamic headphones suffer from channel imbalance issues. There is a very long thread on T1 made by purin on the tesla drivers and channel imbalance. I think people are quick to point out the flaws with D7100 but actually it has many positive attributes.
post #1541 of 1913
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Originally Posted by zigy626 View Post

. Denon D7100 triumphs over the Amperior when it comes to soundstage and instrument separation.

Off course , the hd25 II 1 (and I guess the similar Amperior) has the narrowest soundstage , I've ever heard to the point of giving claustrophobia.

I  don't highly consider the hd25 II 1. But I  was misled into thinking that the hd25 II  1   is a bass champion, which is not the case (at most they offer a mid bass emphasis , that people like).

Imho my similarly priced srh940 , trumps down the hd25 II  1 in the sound quality department (unfortunately not for built quality).

post #1542 of 1913
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Originally Posted by zigy626 View Post

I have tried the Amperior it's a fun headphone but can't really compare it to the Denon. Denon D7100 triumphs over the Amperior when it comes to soundstage and instrument separation. Denon also has a wonderful build quality as compared to the Amperior. You can't really go and buy the D7000, D5000, D2000. Sennheiser Momentum is a darker more laid back sounding headphone and won't be to everyone's liking. I have heard that many beyerdynamic headphones suffer from channel imbalance issues. There is a very long thread on T1 made by purin on the tesla drivers and channel imbalance. I think people are quick to point out the flaws with D7100 but actually it has many positive attributes.

 

i think the same could be said for the denons though. 

 

as for the T1, my pair works and sounds perfect.

post #1543 of 1913
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Originally Posted by zigy626 View Post

I have tried the Amperior it's a fun headphone but can't really compare it to the Denon. Denon D7100 triumphs over the Amperior when it comes to soundstage and instrument separation. Denon also has a wonderful build quality as compared to the Amperior. You can't really go and buy the D7000, D5000, D2000. Sennheiser Momentum is a darker more laid back sounding headphone and won't be to everyone's liking. I have heard that many beyerdynamic headphones suffer from channel imbalance issues. There is a very long thread on T1 made by purin on the tesla drivers and channel imbalance. I think people are quick to point out the flaws with D7100 but actually it has many positive attributes.

All headphones I mentioned sound APPRECIABLY BETTER than the disasters that are the muddy mess that the D7100s are and cost substantially less. By your comments, I would assume you haven't heard most of them (or any real top flight headphone). Throw in the fact as mentioned by Magick Man that they also OBJECTIVELY all measure better, it kinda says just how much of a total fail these $1300 headphones really are. Anything more than $200 is way too much IMHO. It is so hard to think of anything positive when Denon has given us such fatally flawed headphones at such crazy pricing.

 

Honestly folks, save your $ and look elsewhere. Just my two cents...


Edited by MacedonianHero - 4/14/13 at 8:28am
post #1544 of 1913
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Originally Posted by Magick Man View Post


How ironic.

They should believe it, because it's true, at least from an objective perspective (and the ears of a lot of folks in this thread). The measurements back it up. I'm willing to entertain any proof you have to the contrary.

^^^ BINGO!

post #1545 of 1913
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Originally Posted by MacedonianHero View Post

All headphones I mentioned sound APPRECIABLY BETTER than the disasters that are the muddy mess that the D7100s are and cost substantially less.

I  can't believe that the d7100 sounds worse than the amperior, it would be an incredible disaster.

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