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post #1711 of 2456

Fair enough. I would buy them, but I do not live in the USA.

 

Comparisons to the Sig DJ are more than welcome.

post #1712 of 2456
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Originally Posted by pietcux View Post


Oh that was on Ebay long ago. They were unused, the seller won them and didn't need them.


Oh yes, now I remember. I mulled over that for days before you snapped it up. Back then it was not so popular so decided not to take the chance. Worked out for you though.

post #1713 of 2456

So, are the Sig DJ's built upon the Edition 9 drivers or what?

post #1714 of 2456
No, sig pro are
post #1715 of 2456
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Originally Posted by Fegefeuer View Post

No, sig pro are

 

So what are the Sig DJ built from?

post #1716 of 2456
Supposedly DJ1 Pro
post #1717 of 2456
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Originally Posted by Fegefeuer View Post

Supposedly DJ1 Pro

 

Wut, really? Damn. Thought drivers were the most expensive bit. Wonder where the extra cost of the Sig DJ's come from when the drivers used are cheap stuff.


Edited by Bloodflowerz - 7/3/14 at 1:56pm
post #1718 of 2456
Drivers cost 70€ each, earpads around 120€ a pair. Add a bit bling bling production and welcome to the land of ultrasone High end headphone margins.
Edited by Fegefeuer - 7/3/14 at 2:07pm
post #1719 of 2456
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Originally Posted by Bloodflowerz View Post
 

 

Wut, really? Damn. Thought drivers were the most expensive bit. Wonder where the extra cost of the Sig DJ's come from when the drivers used are cheap stuff.

They have Neodymium magnets, better damping and much better ear pad and headband materials. In other words they are a much more refined version of the DJ 1 not the DJ1 PRO. And somehow they are also successors of the ED 9 I think. Have them, love them, listen to them right now...........

 

:k701smile:

post #1720 of 2456

SPL, Freq Range and Impedance are different for both DJ1 Pros and Sig DJs.

Have you opened them both up and compared?

Any sources?

I heard the DJ1 Pro a few years ago and they are DEFINITELY NOT near the level of the DJs...

post #1721 of 2456
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Originally Posted by gelocks View Post
 

SPL, Freq Range and Impedance are different for both DJ1 Pros and Sig DJs.

Have you opened them both up and compared?

Any sources?

I heard the DJ1 Pro a few years ago and they are DEFINITELY NOT near the level of the DJs...


I have the PRO 550 since long, they are similar to the DJ1 pro. They are nowhere near to the Signature DJ, nowhere...

post #1722 of 2456
Of course they aren't, the matter of cost/price remains though. Luckily there is no single closed headphone priced below that is better than the Sig. DJs so in the end the price is kinda "right".
post #1723 of 2456
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Originally Posted by gelocks View Post
 

SPL, Freq Range and Impedance are different for both DJ1 Pros and Sig DJs.

Have you opened them both up and compared?

Any sources?

I heard the DJ1 Pro a few years ago and they are DEFINITELY NOT near the level of the DJs...

 

Actually in my review of the SigDJ I failed to research enough to determine if they both shared the same drivers. However it's very possible for the same drivers to sound different just from the housing and the buffer material, etc. Have a look at the T50RPs and their various concoctions as an example.

post #1724 of 2456

Well, I pick mine up from the post office in a few hours; I'm hoping these to be THE revelation after all the continued hype in this entire thread. Anything less, with the knowledge of the drivers now, and I'll let these go. Will be comparing these to the T5p and Shure 1540 over the weekend. :cool: 


Edited by Bloodflowerz - 7/4/14 at 3:43am
post #1725 of 2456
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Originally Posted by Bloodflowerz View Post
 

Well, I pick mine up from the post office in a few hours; I'm hoping these to be THE revelation after all the continued hype in this entire thread. Anything less, with the knowledge of the drivers now, and I'll let these go. Will be comparing these to the T5p and Shure 1540 over the weekend. :cool: 

 

There wasn't hype in the ENTIRE thread ;) 

 

But I do hope they do it for you.

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