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Originally Posted by Maxx134 View Post


I can understand this since I herd the T1 and would add it seems to be more proficient at larger orchestral recordings while the T90 seems more intimate when playing vocals.
But that is to my ears so your experience will vary.. And Frank your reviews are excellent can't wait to read
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Thanks. I am still waiting for the T90 review to get published should be shortly

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Looks like it is online now Frank. Nice write-up. Do wish you would have elaborated a little on the T90 + WA7 combination for others' benefit. A very special combination with which I spend a lot of listening time out of my collection of headphones and amps.

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For those interested the T90 review I did is Beyerdynamic T90 Headphones Review

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Originally Posted by atomicbob View Post

Looks like it is online now Frank. Nice write-up. Do wish you would have elaborated a little on the T90 + WA7 combination for others' benefit. A very special combination with which I spend a lot of listening time out of my collection of headphones and amps.

I did have that in the review but I don't edit them there is an editor and I need to check and see why it was edited. The  WA7 and T90 is very special indeed and i mentioned them on the WA7 review I did. Glad you liked the writeup.

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Originally Posted by Frank I View Post

I did have that in the review but I don't edit them there is an editor and I need to check and see why it was edited. The  WA7 and T90 is very special indeed and i mentioned them on the WA7 review I did. Glad you liked the writeup.

Very good write-up. Yes, a note to the Editor is in order: Please restore Frank's elaboration about the WA7 + T90 combination to the on-line publication. Also thank-you for pointers to yet more music which I will want to add to my library. I have a number of those used for your evaluations so I believe you and I may have similar tastes.

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Originally Posted by Frank I View Post

For those interested the T90 review I did is Beyerdynamic T90 Headphones Review

Sounds like you really liked the T90. I had a pair of T90s briefly, but ended up selling it shortly afterwords when I found a good deal on a pair of HD800s... Now you have me thinking I should try this headphone out again. Not that I don't like the HD800s, but sometimes I get nervous leaving such an expensive headphone at work...

 

Did you have a chance to try the T90s with movies?

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Originally Posted by atomicbob View Post

Very good write-up. Yes, a note to the Editor is in order: Please restore Frank's elaboration about the WA7 + T90 combination to the on-line publication. Also thank-you for pointers to yet more music which I will want to add to my library. I have a number of those used for your evaluations so I believe you and I may have similar tastes.

There is mention of the synergy in  the article with the WA7. It always been about the music for me so keep reading the reviews as I am always finding new references to use.  


Edited by Frank I - 6/27/13 at 11:27am
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Originally Posted by jh7000 View Post

Sounds like you really liked the T90. I had a pair of T90s briefly, but ended up selling it shortly afterwords when I found a good deal on a pair of HD800s... Now you have me thinking I should try this headphone out again. Not that I don't like the HD800s, but sometimes I get nervous leaving such an expensive headphone at work...

 

Did you have a chance to try the T90s with movies?

I used the T90 for concerts and they were excellent especially using the Woo WA7.  I used them for many hours and enjoyed my time with them.

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I just read that review and I think T90 is now on my very short list, which consist of HD650, DT880 600oHm, Sony MDR-MA900, and T90. I think T90 might win the final decision though.

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Right now I am sitting on a sunny porch, listening to Amber Rubarth “Sessions from the 17th Ward” from Chesky Records stunning Binaural + series. I am using my T90 with Beyer A1 amp and Music Fidelity M1 Dac. The separation, clarity and soundstage are sensational. The binaurlal + recordings are amazing and with Beyer T90 they get sublime. Not a bad experience for the first day on the summer vacation. I want to be buried with my T90 and T1.

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Chesky's Binaural+ recordings on the T90 are spooky for realism. My favorite is Wycliffe Gordon's Dreams of New Orleans.
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Spooky is a good word to describe how I reacted the first time I listened to a binaural + recording on the T90. It was the "Explorations in Space and Time" by Jamey Haddad, Mark Sherman & Lenny White. But now when I got use the the "spooky" soundstage, I even love CC. Coletti's - "Bring It On Home", even though I normally don't like blues. Thank you for the tip about Wycliffe Gordon atomicbob. I am going to get that right away.

 

Interestingly enough, the binaural + albums are more realistic on the T1. I see the "spooky" soundstage on the T90 as a great experience, but I agree it takes time getting used to. And if realism is important, you might be too spooked :)


Edited by ecmwell - 6/28/13 at 10:17pm
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Originally Posted by atomicbob View Post

Chesky's Binaural+ recordings on the T90 are spooky for realism. My favorite is Wycliffe Gordon's Dreams of New Orleans.

 

 

I dont like Chesky's binaural stuff too much. It sound pretty muffled and echoes way too much IMHO, like you're in a big airplane hangar. Soundstage is too big, things sound too distant to be able to enjoy them for me.  Amber Rubarth binaural sounds much more realistic to me,  as well as Otmart Lieberts & Luna Negra - Up Close album. It actually sounds like people are close to you, not like you're listening to someone playing far away in a hangar. Well, if that's what you want, like simulating listening to a jazz band in some garage for example then Cheskys might be ok.

 

I also like the old Audiostax binaural albums from 1988. They sound as good if not better than these new ones.

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I guess I will have to check out the Audiostax binaural albums from 1988 and compare, also Otmart Lieberts & Luna Negra - Up Close album. 

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Originally Posted by Schonen View Post

I just read that review and I think T90 is now on my very short list, which consist of HD650, DT880 600oHm, Sony MDR-MA900, and T90. I think T90 might win the final decision though.
well, you could knock off the hd650 I herd and the ma900 I owned as the T90 on another level (higher) smily_headphones1.gif
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