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After a few days with it, it has accomplished every single expectation I had on it. It sounds clean, detailed, has a good dynamic range, deep and tight bass...

With M50x and a buddy's DT770Pro 250, it seems like it reaches the point of diminishing returns for these headphones and that it might still have hidden potential.

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After a few days with it, it has accomplished every single expectation I had on it. It sounds clean, detailed, has a good dynamic range, deep and tight bass...

With M50x and a buddy's DT770Pro 250, it seems like it reaches the point of diminishing returns for these headphones and that it might still have hidden potential.

 

Plug it into an external amp and watch how far it punches above its weight.

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Plug it into an external amp and watch how far it punches above its weight.

I'd have though it doesn't need an amp at all with the M50x... (The 770 does need more juice, but the SPL it gets with the DF is more than enough)

And about the SPL, how the hell do volume steps work with the DF? In theory, reference level should be reached at -15dB with the M50x, and that'd be 37% of max in Windows, (Which I'm using for testing) but that doesn't sound anywhere near reference level, and I want to calculate my RMS. (It seems like the steps do not go by proportional or something)

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Hey guys, i have hd600, dt990pro and o2 amp. I am considering dragonfly v1.2 and schiit bifrost for my laptop dac. Can't decide which one I should buy. Anyone Have any idea? And have to mention that my laptop soundcard is really bad!!
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