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post #1261 of 1512

Mad Dogs are nice sounding headphones, but I would not call them detailed, bright, or clear sounding.

post #1262 of 1512
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Originally Posted by ZARIM View Post

The Denon C300 are super bassheavy and pretty big in size but they offers clear mids, highs and realy wide soundstage. IMO Denon D600 sound great (very detailed and good bass) out of many DAPs like Clip+ and sound even better with AMPs help. It sound better than M80, P5, Momentum and many other closed portable headphones.

 

No, the Momentum completely destroys it. 

post #1263 of 1512
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D7100 too expensive!! Not sure if it's worth it!! I might try them if they fixed the bass. From my experience D7000 had quite powerful but reckless bass... Not clear enough to grasp the position or texture of the percussions. Really hope D7100 had everything fixed!

 

Definitely not worth it. They sound like the D600s with some minor differences (more bass, smoother treble)

post #1264 of 1512
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D7100 too expensive!! Not sure if it's worth it!! I might try them if they fixed the bass. From my experience D7000 had quite powerful but reckless bass... Not clear enough to grasp the position or texture of the percussions. Really hope D7100 had everything fixed!

I got a deal on my D7100's and they have been very nice headphone, no complaints.
post #1265 of 1512
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D7100 too expensive!! Not sure if it's worth it!! I might try them if they fixed the bass. From my experience D7000 had quite powerful but reckless bass... Not clear enough to grasp the position or texture of the percussions. Really hope D7100 had everything fixed!

 

They do not improve the D7000. The bass is worse.

post #1266 of 1512
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They do not improve the D7000. The bass is worse.

 

Everything is worse.

post #1267 of 1512
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They do not improve the D7000. The bass is worse.

Did you actually own a pair of D7100's?
post #1268 of 1512
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Did you actually own a pair of D7100's?

 

 

No, why would I make such a poor decision on such a large purchase?

 

I was planning on being an owner until I heard a pair. Then I was so damn hopeful I sat down and gave serious time with a friend's pair who had recently purchased them. Luckily he had purchased them from a company with a really good return policy. 

post #1269 of 1512

Looks like there are going to be even newer models to consider soon...

 

http://usa.denon.com/us/news/pages/newsdetails.aspx?newstype=news&newsid=91&year=2013

post #1270 of 1512
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Looks like there are going to be even newer models to consider soon...

 

http://usa.denon.com/us/news/pages/newsdetails.aspx?newstype=news&newsid=91&year=2013

 

 

I liked this little snippet:

 

 

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Originally Posted by Denon
 

ACCLAIMED MUSIC MANIAC

Petro Shimonishi, Senior Global Product Manager for Denon Headphones noted, “Since we launched our lineup of lifestyle headphones this past year, we’ve received phenomenal feedback from both longtime Denon fans and consumers who are just now discovering the brand.
post #1271 of 1512
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Originally Posted by elwappo99 View Post

I liked this little snippet:

 

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Originally Posted by Denon
 

ACCLAIMED MUSIC MANIAC

 
Petro Shimonishi, Senior Global Product Manager for Denon Headphones noted, “Since we launched our lineup of lifestyle headphones this past year, we’ve received phenomenal feedback from both longtime Denon fans and consumers who are just now discovering the brand.

 

They threw that in just for you...wink.gif

post #1272 of 1512

1000

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post #1273 of 1512
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Originally Posted by elwappo99 View Post


No, why would I make such a poor decision on such a large purchase?

I was planning on being an owner until I heard a pair. Then I was so damn hopeful I sat down and gave serious time with a friend's pair who had recently purchased them. Luckily he had purchased them from a company with a really good return policy. 

Oh well, I enjoy mine.
post #1274 of 1512
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Originally Posted by Lan647 View Post

 

No, the Momentum completely destroys it. 

I ment for portable use and i use with sansa clip+ and find Denon more detailed and fun to listen while Momentium won'tfit all ears bexause little tight on ears and out daps it's not amazing sounding headphones.

post #1275 of 1512
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Originally Posted by ZARIM View Post

I ment for portable use and i use with sansa clip+ and find Denon more detailed and fun to listen while Momentium won'tfit all ears bexause little tight on ears and out daps it's not amazing sounding headphones.

 

The Denon is a lot brighter, which may give the illusion of a more detailed sound. The only area where I feel the Denon stands a chance is in soundstage, they have a bigger, more open sound. 

Look at measurement graphs, they don't lie ;) 

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