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post #136 of 209

Next time, you're going to have to replace the term with safer, more colorful, phallic imagery or euphemism, like banana / chimney / gun barrel.

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Originally Posted by 3rdear View Post

Next time, you're going to have to replace the term with safer, more colorful, phallic imagery or euphemism, like banana / chimney / gun barrel.

rocket, spike, little George, the widowmaker, lollipop, candy stick, happy slapper. 

 

I could go on but I'm laughing too hard.

post #138 of 209

I am finding myself oddly attracted to the HD700 for some reason...

 

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post #139 of 209
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Per MF, I'm probably making it seem more appealing than it really is.


Edited by purrin - 9/16/12 at 3:23pm
post #140 of 209
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Originally Posted by grokit View Post

My curiosity regarding both the HD700 and the RS1 has now been quenched, thanks.

 

 

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Originally Posted by grokit View Post

I am finding myself oddly attracted to the HD700 for some reason...

 

tongue.gif

 

 

The quench of your curiosity stayed alive for a pretty short time.popcorn.gif


Edited by mironathetin - 9/18/12 at 8:28am
post #141 of 209

Excellent review!

post #142 of 209

Tried the HD 700s at a local hi-fi shop today through a Music Fidelity M1DAC, M1Headphone Amp and a yamaha CD player.

Pure Magic! Most comfortable headphones I've tried so far.


Edited by Jussi - 10/5/12 at 7:26am
post #143 of 209

Purrin, can you please explain me why your FR graph of HD 700 vs RS1 differs so much from that on headphone.com?

http://graphs.headphone.com/graphCompare.php?graphType=0&graphID[]=3801&graphID[]=293

From your graph they look very similar while on headphone.com, RS1 seems a lot more treble peaky than HD 700.

Sorry if you already answered about this, but I missed it.

post #144 of 209
Anybody tried HD700 with ODAC+O2?

S3 DLJ4+Siyah1.7rc1 Earsonics SM3
post #145 of 209

Anyone here seen this?  Does it come with the headphones?

 

Sennheiser HD700 Demonstration Disc

 

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post #146 of 209
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Anyone here seen this?  Does it come with the headphones?

 

No, and not with mine.

 

Here's the track listings:

 

 

Track Listings: 

01. Chris Jones - Roadhouses & Automobiles
02. Katja Maria Werker - Crossfire
03. The Greater Good - If I Could
04. The Bbassface Swing Trio - It's De-Lovely
05. Mmckinley Black - Bailinho Da Maria
 


Edited by Eee Pee - 11/10/12 at 7:08am
post #147 of 209

four tracks for $25 is a lot of money.  I'm gonna have to skip this CD.

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four tracks for $25 is a lot of money.  I'm gonna have to skip this CD.

 

Yeah, just an EP at best.  Meh...

post #149 of 209
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Originally Posted by HiFiGuy528 View Post

Anyone here seen this?  Does it come with the headphones?

 

Sennheiser HD700 Demonstration Disc

I was curious, and searched the web but only found the hd800 demo disc. I didn't know it even exist.

I listened to it:

first track:  a kind of  instrumental combining vibraphone and ney flute

two tracks of country

one track of accoustic (voice + guitar)

one track of "swing" jazz, not very "swinging" but that should exhibit the bass abilities of hd800

 

I  guess sennheiser wouldn't dare to  put some bass heavy techno.

post #150 of 209
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I  guess sennheiser wouldn't dare to  put some bass heavy techno.

haha, oh silly you.

They would if it was for he bass. The problem with techno is the treble... you'd start bleeding in less than a minute.

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