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post #16 of 20
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Originally Posted by BucketInABucket View Post

The DTX101 has a darker sound signature and is more refined compared to the 700/770x. The 700/770x have a lot more bass but they can sometimes muddy up the mids a bit. The 700/770x do offer more value for money though.

What you mean by the word "darker"? Does the 770/700 and beyer have driver flex?
post #17 of 20
Dark generally means less lower-treble and upper-mids. I did not notice any driver flex when using the 101iE and I do not have enough experience with the 700/770x to say.
post #18 of 20

the volume of my ne-600x suddenly became lower and the sound became muddy. bass started sounding a bit darker. weird, is this the burn in?

post #19 of 20
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Burn-in will never make a change like that, if any at all. My first guess is that the wires are broken (specifically the ground wire).

post #20 of 20
Hi! Does anyone here knows how the nuforce ne-600x compared to dunu trident in terms of build and sound quality?
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