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Get in touch with Beyer for sure. Are you in warranty?
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I bought it used on head-fi but have the receipt that the original owner received. It was bought from razordogaudio on Aug 3, 2013. I have recently moved to South Korea and don't know if there is a Beyerdynamic service center here.

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Well the other two pairs of headphones sound smooth. I have the Beyerdynamic DT-990 and the Denon D-2000 which both sound awesome. I am selling them for $300 if you want them. See the classified section. 

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Originally Posted by pat1984 View Post
 

I bought it used on head-fi but have the receipt that the original owner received. It was bought from razordogaudio on Aug 3, 2013. I have recently moved to South Korea and don't know if there is a Beyerdynamic service center here.


Hi!

 

Are you sure it's the headphone? The reason I am asking is that I had a channel imbalance issue as well with my headphone only to realize that actually it was me having a small cold without realizing it. After 2 weeks all was well again. If you have a cold or anything in your ENT area, your ears are less sensitive to certain frequencies and that can make you think you have a imbalance.

 

I am sure you already reversed your headphone and checked that it's really your headphone?

 

Cheers,

K

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Hi!

 

Are you sure it's the headphone? The reason I am asking is that I had a channel imbalance issue as well with my headphone only to realize that actually it was me having a small cold without realizing it. After 2 weeks all was well again. If you have a cold or anything in your ENT area, your ears are less sensitive to certain frequencies and that can make you think you have a imbalance.

 

I am sure you already reversed your headphone and checked that it's really your headphone?

 

Cheers,

K


Thanks Koolpep, I also thought so initially but then I reversed the channels and also tested against my HE-400 as well. There is definitely a very little amount of mismatch in the T90. I took it to a beyer dealer today but they don't provide worldwide warranty. They quoted a price of $180 to change the drivers. I am not sure if I want to do it right away, let me see if I can do some diy or i will wait and see if it gets worse...

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Did someone tested T90 over the new HE400i? Any thoughts?

I just received the HE400i a few days ago and am really pleased with them so far. Both headphones were fairly new purchases so I'm still formulating my opinion on them.

 

Right off the bat though:

T90 is much more lively and energetic. Soundstage is quite noticeably larger and there is better instrument separation. Bass and treble are a tad more accentuated. Easier to drive.  I find they really excel with jazz and rock. Haven't heard cymbals or piano sound as good as this on any other headphone. 

HE400i are more neutral but leaning towards the warmer side of things. Mids are more present. Soundstage is not as large but seems more intimate. Music seems more effortless and natural. Quite similar to the younger HE400 but with more refinement and less 'shouty'. Great with acoustic and vocals.

 

Both headphones are extremely comfortable - HE400i is a tad heavier and has a bit more clamping pressure. Probably give the nod to the T90 in terms of comfort. HE400i wins points with aesthetics and build though - they just seem really robust and impressive to look at. 

 

I'm infatuated with both headphones at the moment and its quite difficult to choose one over the other at this point. Both compliment each other really well and I can see myself keeping both as they are quite different. Hard to say which one is 'better'. 


Edited by Steve_72 - 9/25/14 at 4:22am
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How does T90 compared against he-560?

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Just pulled the trigger on AuneT1 on eBay.
Will post some opinion about it someday. 

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These have to be equalized to get the best out of them. 

 

A slight dip at 7KHZ, 10KHZ and 14Khz. 

 

But why weren't they just released with these frequency dampened a tad?

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Because some people like treble-happy cans :)

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Because some people like treble-happy cans smily_headphones1.gif
This. I used my set for a year as my primary, with about 1000 hours, with no EQing or mods necessary. Was very happy. Now I'm sad because I do miss them. frown.gif
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Miss? But...T1?

 

/headscratch

 

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This. I used my set for a year as my primary, with about 1000 hours, with no EQing or mods necessary. Was very happy. Now I'm sad because I do miss them. frown.gif
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Miss? But...T1?

/headscratch
Yeah, I know. Doesn't make any sense. lol
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Yeah but it's awesome.

 

/me forgets about ever thinking about spending $1,000 on headphones

 

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Yeah, I know. Doesn't make any sense. lol

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