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post #2986 of 2995
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Originally Posted by headdict View Post
 

Thanks, I will try one of those!

Glad the attenuator worked out for you!

:beerchug:

post #2987 of 2995

How would this go with sennheiser hd6 mix's? (150 ohm's) Is there anything better I should get? I could stretch the budget a little

post #2988 of 2995
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Originally Posted by Head-Fried View Post

How would this go with sennheiser hd6 mix's? (150 ohm's) Is there anything better I should get? I could stretch the budget a little
You've asked that same question in 7 different threads... Are the headphones not loud enough for you?
post #2989 of 2995

lol you stalking my profile? I haven't got a reply in any threads either, I wanted that dac combined but just bought the e12's instead which should be alright

post #2990 of 2995
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Originally Posted by Head-Fried View Post
 

lol you stalking my profile? I haven't got a reply in any threads either, I wanted that dac combined but just bought the e12's instead which should be alright

No, I don't stalk profiles...

 

When I see the same question pop up in multiple threads that I subscribe to, it makes me wonder if the poster is:

  • 14 years old...
  • Bought the headphones because of the "Coolness" factor without any research whatsoever.
  • Located in India.
  • Annoying like DisCHORDDubstep and needs to be flagged.

 

You probably haven't received an answer in the other threads as those headphones are new and targeted more towards DJ's... The E12 has all the power to drive them with authority though.

post #2991 of 2995
Point #3... That kind of comes off as... Y'know

If it helps, the HD700 is also 150ohm and on paper is a little harder to drive, and the E12 can power those with no issues and sound great.
Edited by Saoshyant - Yesterday at 8:12 am
post #2992 of 2995
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Originally Posted by Saoshyant View Post

Point #3... That kind of comes off as... Y'know
 

Sorry, no offense to the Indian Head-Fi'ers, I have many East Indian friends as I grew up in Toronto.

 

It all stems from helping out in the Introductions and Recommendations thread, way too many "I want BEST headphones $30 my country" the advice given is ignored and the expectation of "You help, I can do $35 now my country"... grows old.

post #2993 of 2995
I pop my head in there from time to time, but not that often.
post #2994 of 2995
We get the same basic thing in the gaming threads, but sometimes (usually?) they say the same thing in many more words because they're American/British and simply CAN elaborate. IMO, trying to work the threads to find "the best headphone that costs the least" is pretty universal.
post #2995 of 2995
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Originally Posted by Aceman7496 View Post

Yeah, I did all this already, which is how I know the problem is the cable. And to be more specific, the issue isn't the position of the connector inside the amp or source. The problem is the position (or orientation?) of the line between the connectors. It seems that half of the ways that the cable wants to orient leads to loss of sound in my left ear and noise in the right. There is a loss of connection in the line somewhere.
same thing happened to my E11 cable they provided.
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