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Just received an email saying the K267 is finally shipping, yet every dealer still doesn't have it in stock. Sigh....

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My K267's just shipped from JRRShop. I ordered them on January 13th for $265.42!
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My K267's just shipped from JRRShop. I ordered them on January 13th for $265.42!
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Any comparisons between the AKG K550 and Tiesto K167?
 

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Originally Posted by HotFieryTech View Post

Just received an email saying the K267 is finally shipping, yet every dealer still doesn't have it in stock. Sigh....


The usual marketing strategy....

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The usual marketing strategy....


Actually, JRR shop did have them in stock, but immediately sold out.  The claim more are coming in about a week.

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UPS Express from Vienna.  Here's a family photo.

 

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UPS Express from Vienna.  Here's a family photo.

 

 

Can't wait for your review.

post #459 of 517

I can't wait to get home and unbox them.  So excited!

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Wow, did you get all 3 ?
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I can't wait to get home and unbox them.  So excited!

Hifi, you said you didn't like my K167's. Whats up with this?tongue.gif

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Hifi, you said you didn't like my K167's. Whats up with this?tongue.gif

 

I had a different sound signature in mind before hearing your K167.  Hearing something vs. owning something can be very different in the end.  Time will tell. :)

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some words about the K267 from the guys in Vienna.

 

 

Bass switch

The different settings are optimized for different applications. The switch affects the bass frequency below 120 Hz only. For live sound in clubs or on the stage most DJs need an intensive bass because 1) the bass frequencies are fighting against the loud PA system and 2) more bass means more fun. In the studio too much bass may cover the lower midrange due to masking effects and may fatigue your ears. Therefore, the “Studio” setting is designed more neutral than the other two settings.

-      “Stage” is optimized for stages with high SPL levels at low frequencies below 120 Hz. It delivers about 2-3 dB more bass than the middle setting called “Club”

-      “Club” is perfect for small- to mid-sized stages. It delivers a bit more (another 2-3 dB) more bass than “Studio” setting.

-      “Studio” is the best choice for producing, mixing and mastering tracks. It is well-balanced and allows you judge about the whole mix.

The special thing about the switch is that it works with acoustics only. It is a pure acoustic design without any electronics. It was an idea of one of our acoustic engineers. Unlike other concepts it delivers excellent results at low distortion.

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some words about the K267 from the guys in Vienna.

 

 


The special thing about the switch is that it works with acoustics only. It is a pure acoustic design without any electronics. It was an idea of one of our acoustic engineers. Unlike other concepts it delivers excellent results at low distortion.

LOL, opening and closing bass ports, that's surely a novelty idea, they should definitely patent it, wait I bet Beyer already did. frown.gif

post #465 of 517
They already did that design years ago with the K181DJ.
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