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Originally Posted by paradoxper View Post

Yep, I get that. I can't wait until I get off my lazy ass and send my MD to Dan. haha.

Same here, I just got mine back from BTG Audio after I had the split done. I'll send to to Dan soon, prob Friday if I don't sleep the whole day as it's my only day off.

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Originally Posted by kskwerl View Post

Same here, I just got mine back from BTG Audio after I had the split done. I'll send to to Dan soon, prob Friday if I don't sleep the whole day as it's my only day off.

I'm waiting until after RMAF. This might help out Dan, as I'm sure he's busy as it is.

Want to hear more impressions about the DP's though! So c'mon!

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Sorry if this has been asked before but how do these isolate from outside noise as compared to other closed headphones like dt770. I would hope that they would be considerably better than the D7000?
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Thanks for the charts, Dan. Looks like a nice upgrade. the CSD are nice and clean.

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I might have to get my MD's re cabled yet again.  This damn cable is to stiff not flexible at all.  I know Dan doesn't want me to but its getting unbearable.  This cable is from Bryan at Zynsonix Cables..  Not Brian at BTG.  I'm going with a Q or a Skuld.

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Originally Posted by preproman View Post

I might have to get my MD's re cabled yet again.  This damn cable is to stiff not flexible at all.  I know Dan doesn't want me to but its getting unbearable.  This cable is from Bryan at Zynsonix Cables..  Not Brian at BTG.  I'm going with a Q or a Skuld.

That is a bummer. I have to wonder just how stiff. I'd say either Q or Norse. Of course, Steve is my vote. 

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Originally Posted by wolfetan44 View Post

Ok thanks. Has anyone used the Stax EP-007 pads with the Mad Dogs?

 

 

Not recommended...

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Originally Posted by LCfiner View Post

Thanks for the charts, Dan. Looks like a nice upgrade. the CSD are nice and clean.

 

Thanks!  

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Originally Posted by mrspeakers View Post

 

Not recommended...

Really? Malveux said they were amazing with the Stax EP-007 pads. I just wanted to see what you said. Very surprised..

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Originally Posted by wolfetan44 View Post

Really? Malveux said they were amazing with the Stax EP-007 pads. I just wanted to see what you said. Very surprised..

I recommend the Modded Fostex T50RP w/Stax Pads basshead.gif

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Originally Posted by HeadCare View Post

I recommend the Modded Fostex T50RP w/Stax Pads basshead.gif

How are they? Please review thembiggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by mrspeakers View Post

 

I would note that you had one of the units I wanted returned for modification, and is not representative of the target sound.  The mids and highs were off, so you have not heard a correctly tuned unit.  Not that this is intended to sound like a HE 400 or D5000...  I'll let others comment on that.  smile.gif

Interesting. Just curious, why was the headphone shipped out to a customer knowing it was a bad measuring unit? 

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The Vmoda cable is still a tad long, will shortening it by tieing a few loose knots hurt the audio quality?

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Thanks for the measurements!
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Originally Posted by Questhate View Post

Interesting. Just curious, why was the headphone shipped out to a customer knowing it was a bad measuring unit? 

 

That isn't what happened.  New products can have issues.  In this case, I had tuned the final production slightly off in response to a last minute part delivery not meeting spec.  I was already late and trying to balance the adjustment with missing my ship commitments, which I take seriously. It was the spec I set that ended up being the problem. 

 

I fixed the issue as soon as I realized I had it and recalled the affected units at my expense.  Some of those who have gotten the fixed units have shared their opinion of the experience and the product.  I'll never claim to be perfect, but if I mess up I can say that I'll fix it.

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