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Poll Results: Which styling do you prefer?

 
  • 77% (154)
    AH-D7000
  • 22% (44)
    AH-D7100
198 Total Votes  
post #31 of 87
I could care less about looks, it's all about the sound.
post #32 of 87
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Croozer View Post

I could care less about looks, it's all about the sound.

Same for me, I mean I would wear anything if it was the best sounding for the amount of money I am willing to spend. But polls are fun and there arent enough people who have heard both to have that discussion yet.

post #33 of 87
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Originally Posted by manveru View Post

While I am kind of a sucker for wood, I don't think the 7100 is that bad. I guess that photo makes it look kind of plasticy, but I seriously don't get why people are comparing these to Beats. I imagine they look better in real life, but even the pictures don't look at all as tacky as the Monsters. They don't look half bad in this picture...I'd even say attractive.

 

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This does look attractive. This and some of Jude's pics are doing the new cans better justice.

 

 

On another note I really hope that the 7100's come with the headphone stand that the preproduction ones have. That way I can hopefully get my hands on one from someone who doesn't need it. Or, ideally, they will sell them separately.


Edited by Mcarter3 - 7/19/12 at 9:04am
post #34 of 87
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Originally Posted by Mcarter3 View Post

This does look attractive. This and some of Jude's pics are doing the new cans better justice

There is something about the Beats as they grab your head and tell you that in the Monster World everything is all right and the sky is blue. Maybe I am getting back into the womb. I do lay in the fetal position while rocking out late at night when no one is around.

 

 

 

 

 

The fact that the way they fit is a big part of the every day use, You can cut them down with a great elitist vengeance but in the end they do feel good caressing your noggin.

 

 

 

Change is always hard, especially from a bad sounding example, even though it's a good looking and good fitting epiphany in design.

post #35 of 87

What puts me off is that weird angle the headband does at the earcups. Maybe it's just the pictures, but they look strange to me, like... not proportional.

 

They look a little better in Jude's pictures, though this weirdness remains.

post #36 of 87

The headphone is growing on me....

 

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post #37 of 87
I'm getting those 7100's fa sho.
post #38 of 87

I think there's no contest for me, D7000.

post #39 of 87
Though maybe Denon is trying to push them as portables?
Haven't really been following them but even for closed back, the Dx000 series was very poor for isolation.
post #40 of 87

Upon closer inspection by Tyll, the D7000 for example, are not technically Closed cans. Denon incorporated some sort of vent-through design for their drivers. For more info on this, visit innerfidelity.com.

post #41 of 87
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Originally Posted by Silent One View Post

Upon closer inspection by Tyll, the D7000 for example, are not technically Closed cans. Denon incorporated some sort of vent-through design for their drivers. For more info on this, visit innerfidelity.com.

Ah, I never knew this.
I thought it was just due to the very little clamp leaving an open seal.
post #42 of 87

thanks for the added fotos....

beginning to remind me of Noise Cancelling cans the more i look at the d can,

and the deep thiccck pads is sending shudders down my...i just hope the sound wont be cave-like or tunnelled or cuppy..:P

of cos denon wont get it wrong.. peace to me.

redface.gif

post #43 of 87
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Originally Posted by GL1TCH3D View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Silent One View Post

Upon closer inspection by Tyll, the D7000 for example, are not technically Closed cans. Denon incorporated some sort of vent-through design for their drivers. For more info on this, visit innerfidelity.com.

Ah, I never knew this.
I thought it was just due to the very little clamp leaving an open seal.

 

Many wrongly indicted Denon D7000's ( cans I love a lot...rolleyes.gif ) on poor isolation. But never considered the design. It's in Denon's literature as well (the design feature). Hope this helps. Although, I wouldn't mind if they were truly Closed cans, that could take things a bit higher.


Edited by Silent One - 7/19/12 at 7:02pm
post #44 of 87

Jude's new pics do make them look better. They are still ugly though =)

post #45 of 87
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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post

and the deep thiccck pads is sending shudders down my...i just hope the sound wont be cave-like or tunnelled or cuppy..:P

of cos denon wont get it wrong.. peace to me.

redface.gif

 

Hehe. It reminded me of the same thing. At least the cups aren't shaped like tubes. evil_smiley.gif They look darn comfortable though.


Edited by manveru - 7/19/12 at 7:10pm
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