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OMG THANKYOU
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Anybody have suggestions on the best way to clean "dirt" off the white cups?

Water isn't doing the trick but I'm afraid of scratching them with something stronger.
Edited by raelamb - 10/4/13 at 6:32pm
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Maybe pure alcohol?
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Or maybe some vinegar. Works with everything else ._.
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Hey guys, so although i know pretty much everything about the signature djs now, i was wondering how the soundstage is? I havent heard it being described as particularly wonderfull except from anakchan, who basically just said the slogic works well. Anyone else want to chime in? How would the soundstage fare against the ad700?
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Originally Posted by sloomingbla View Post

Hey guys, so although i know pretty much everything about the signature djs now, i was wondering how the soundstage is? I havent heard it being described as particularly wonderfull except from anakchan, who basically just said the slogic works well. Anyone else want to chime in? How would the soundstage fare against the ad700?

I have not heard the AD700, I can only tell you the Sig DJ has the biggest soundstage of any closed headphone I have heard.

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I hated the AD700s, but from what I remember, the AD700s bright/thin sound provided enough "fake" detail to make one believe that the sound stage was big as heck (i.e. used for gaming...). The Sig DJs are just better in every way. The airy ADs MIGHT beat them by just a hair but once you listen to the natural sounding DJs, you'll throw away those ADs!!

 

;-)

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I hate the ad700's for everything except classical. Not that i listen to that alot. I bought them for my grandmother smily_headphones1.gif

Just comparing to kinda come to grips with the kind of soundstage i will be hearing from the dj's. I know i have no idea still but holy crap its taking way too long for me to get these lol
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Well damn, i got to listen to the hd600's today and the soundstage was massive and extremely detailed.

Im guessing the signature dj's cant touch the hd600?( in terms of soundstage and detail )
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Also had the HD600s... still prefer the Sig DJs except the comfort level... (I liked the feel of the HD600s...)

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Lol gelocks you are awesome. So how does the soundstage compare, is it a huge difference from the dj's?

Same goes for the detail, are the hd600's too far ahead?

Im not debating between the two, once again just trying to get my bearings haha. Been way too obsessed over these :3
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Lol gelocks you are awesome. So how does the soundstage compare, is it a huge difference from the dj's?

Same goes for the detail, are the hd600's too far ahead?

Im not debating between the two, once again just trying to get my bearings haha. Been way too obsessed over these :3


The Signature DJ is incredibly detailed.

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Thats what im thinking, but im trying to get my bearings on how awesome these are haha
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Thats what im thinking, but im trying to get my bearings on how awesome these are haha


The combination of "basshead" bass with audiophile resolution is reallys something amazing to experience.

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Originally Posted by sloomingbla View Post

Lol gelocks you are awesome. So how does the soundstage compare, is it a huge difference from the dj's?

Same goes for the detail, are the hd600's too far ahead?

Im not debating between the two, once again just trying to get my bearings haha. Been way too obsessed over these :3

 

Even though the HD600s mids are a bit more balanced (in fact, the whole spectrum/frecuency is more balanced on the Senns), Sig DJs do not lack details at all! Due to the bit brighter upper-mids and highs it sounds more forward and you can discern details without having to use a more powerful amp (unlike the HD600s...). Instrument separation and sound stage might sound a bit artificial sometimes on the DJs (not sure if it's due to Logic-S or my ears) but I prefer it over the HD600s (probably due to the bit warmer nature wrapping everything with the HDs.)

 

In fact, I found the Ultrasone Signature Pro (which I also had) to be more similar in nature to the HD600s, but the Sig DJs just ate the Pros with their energy, airy trebles and wider stage and I'm pretty sure that to my ears it bests the HD600s due to the same reasons!

 

At least those are my impressions. But you definitely need to hear them. Hopefully you'll like them.

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