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post #316 of 772
Since these are discontinued I wonder where you'd buy replacement parts like the cable (the top portion) ear pads etc. I'm thinking of buying these again.
post #317 of 772
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Originally Posted by audioKyle View Post

Since these are discontinued I wonder where you'd buy replacement parts like the cable (the top portion) ear pads etc. I'm thinking of buying these again.

I think it would be easy enough to use a HD 25 Cable. As for the pads it might be worth calling up Senn and getting an extra pair or two in advance. If you can't I think Velour HD 25 pads are going to be readily available for quite awhile. 

post #318 of 772

I have a dumb question.I have the refurbed blue version and was wondering about the cups. I noticed today that the left cup allows for front to back movement while the right (with the red cable connected) does not. Is this how it is designed or does the left side screw need to be tightened or should the right screw be loosened to allow for the same movement.? Both cups pivot left to right.

post #319 of 772
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Originally Posted by red71rum View Post

I have a dumb question.I have the refurbed blue version and was wondering about the cups. I noticed today that the left cup allows for front to back movement while the right (with the red cable connected) does not. Is this how it is designed or does the left side screw need to be tightened or should the right screw be loosened to allow for the same movement.? Both cups pivot left to right.

That's the way is designed, The Amperior comes from the HD25-II which is a DJ Headphones, and that feature helps DJ's to monitor the playing music on the speakers while listen to the upcoming track on the right side. (That's called "Cue" the next track).

post #320 of 772
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Originally Posted by DJBaila View Post

That's the way is designed, The Amperior comes from the HD25-II which is a DJ Headphones, and that feature helps DJ's to monitor the playing music on the speakers while listen to the upcoming track on the right side. (That's called "Cue" the next track).

Cool, I was just wondering. I have seen DJ's do that video(I go to rock\metal shows so I have not seen a DJ in person:) and should have known after reading the description when I bought these originally.

post #321 of 772

Is there any recommendation cable for Amperior?? I just got mine but I want to try maximize amperior's potential.

 

What I am looking for is Tighter and punchy bass + tight attack on snare drum!

post #322 of 772
Just picked up a pair of silver ones smily_headphones1.gif they sound pretty good. Bought a travel pouch so I can use them for travel etc. Definitely do well with blocking out the sound around you.
post #323 of 772
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Originally Posted by Townyj View Post

Just picked up a pair of silver ones smily_headphones1.gif they sound pretty good. Bought a travel pouch so I can use them for travel etc. Definitely do well with blocking out the sound around you.

What travel pouch did you get?

post #324 of 772
The genuine Sennheiser one... search sennheiser spare parts uk. Its under both the hd25 and amperior.
post #325 of 772

I'm a new Amperior owner and love the sound signature, sounds very close to my studio monitors.  Anyone know of an iem that shares the Amperiors traits?

post #326 of 772
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Originally Posted by bixby View Post

I'm a new Amperior owner and love the sound signature, sounds very close to my studio monitors.  Anyone know of an iem that shares the Amperiors traits?


Don't count on me but I have a feeling like suggesting TF10. I hope there are more experienced users who can help you.

post #327 of 772
Is the treble on these smoother than the HD25?
post #328 of 772
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Originally Posted by AmberOzL View Post


Don't count on me but I have a feeling like suggesting TF10. I hope there are more experienced users who can help you.

TF10s are nice, and I would say also great for the same genres, but I feel the mids are too recessed to be too similar to the Amperiors.
post #329 of 772
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TF10s are nice, and I would say also great for the same genres, but I feel the mids are too recessed to be too similar to the Amperiors.


Well it is hard to find to exact match happy_face1.gif

post #330 of 772
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Originally Posted by Gilly87 View Post

Is the treble on these smoother than the HD25?

I have not heard the hd 25s in years, but Tyl at Inner Fidelity pointed out that the Amperior's highs are superior :)

 

I am really sensitive to highs that are peaky in the lower treble such as in the female vocal region and the Amperiors do not offend.

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