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post #976 of 1940
What's the best price any of you guys have seen on the Sig Dj?
post #977 of 1940
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Originally Posted by Luv My BASS 1 View Post

What's the best price any of you guys have seen on the Sig Dj?


Unfortunately, since RMC lost distribution of Ultrasone, the cheapest I have seen is $1,000 at B&H Photo, but maybe they have online coupons?  I do recall a retailer in Ohio that was placing ads on Ebay and they are supposedly an authorized distributor.  They may discount.

post #978 of 1940

Portishead's album "Dummy" sounds amazing on the Sigs. Beautiful voice, and dat bass....

post #979 of 1940
I'm borrowing a friend's SigDJ and while I love it, I'm wondering if anyone makes a DJ-style coiled cable (2 m+) with the Ultrasone termination?
post #980 of 1940

I got one like that with my Sig Dj. But with the big plug.

post #981 of 1940
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Originally Posted by gkanai View Post

I'm borrowing a friend's SigDJ and while I love it, I'm wondering if anyone makes a DJ-style coiled cable (2 m+) with the Ultrasone termination?

 

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Originally Posted by pietcux View Post

I got one like that with my Sig Dj. But with the big plug.


The coiled cable is included and you could always purchase a 1/4" to 1/8" adapter if needed.

post #982 of 1940

Guys,

 

I have a pair of Sig Pro's and after talking with a couple of you about the DJ as well, seems we have one thing in common - the comfort is not perfect on either of these.  I have a solution to the headband issue (some of you may not feel it but I know some of you do).

 

I read about the HD650 comfort mod (search for that title if want) for the Pro900 and it works...............and it also works even better for these Sig series.  You simply loosen the four screws pictured below (2 on each side) and slide the soft pad inside about 1/2" on both sides.  NO velcro, nothing permanent, no adhesives, DONE.  Part number is 088597 - contact Sennheiser online and within a week you have it.  I did it to my Pro900 as well.  

 

 

 

post #983 of 1940
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Originally Posted by Craigster75 View Post



The coiled cable is included and you could always purchase a 1/4" to 1/8" adapter if needed.

Ah, ok, thx. I don't have the full package so I didnt see the coiled cable. Is there an image of it somewhere? Does anyone know the length?
post #984 of 1940
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Originally Posted by gkanai View Post

Ah, ok, thx. I don't have the full package so I didnt see the coiled cable. Is there an image of it somewhere? Does anyone know the length?
You could borrow mine since you already have 1/2 the package biggrin.gif. SMS me on when you wanna meet to collect.

It's long and rathe DJ-style (i.e. long coil with 1/4" jack).
post #985 of 1940

This looks good. I keep the headband all the way down and it still is a bit loose for me.

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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post

Guys,

 

I have a pair of Sig Pro's and after talking with a couple of you about the DJ as well, seems we have one thing in common - the comfort is not perfect on either of these.  I have a solution to the headband issue (some of you may not feel it but I know some of you do).

 

I read about the HD650 comfort mod (search for that title if want) for the Pro900 and it works...............and it also works even better for these Sig series.  You simply loosen the four screws pictured below (2 on each side) and slide the soft pad inside about 1/2" on both sides.  NO velcro, nothing permanent, no adhesives, DONE.  Part number is 088597 - contact Sennheiser online and within a week you have it.  I did it to my Pro900 as well.  

 

 

 

post #986 of 1940
Quote:
Originally Posted by gkanai View Post

I'm borrowing a friend's SigDJ and while I love it, I'm wondering if anyone makes a DJ-style coiled cable (2 m+) with the Ultrasone termination?

 

I think I'll have to borrow them after you. Apart from some faults I could pick out in the sound I liked the FR, it was about spot-on for me for a "base-y" pair of headphones.

post #987 of 1940
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Originally Posted by Currawong View Post

 

I think I'll have to borrow them after you. Apart from some faults I could pick out in the sound I liked the FR, it was about spot-on for me for a "base-y" pair of headphones.


It feels good to hear your overall validation of the Sig DJ as a headphone you like since I hold them in high regard for their bass presentation, overall SQ and portability.  It's a shame they have such limited involvement with their customer base directly (their customer service is among the worst I have experienced) or indirectly (no involvement with Head-fi that I have noticed).

 

Maybe they are an Ultrasone finally worthy of inclusion in a future gift guide????

post #988 of 1940
Don't know what happened, but as I started lurking around on HeadFi, Ultrasone was one of the sites sponsors. So far my experience with their service is very good, but I live in the same country with them.
post #989 of 1940
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Originally Posted by pietcux View Post

Don't know what happened, but as I started lurking around on HeadFi, Ultrasone was one of the sites sponsors. So far my experience with their service is very good, but I live in the same country with them.


In the US, they are frustratingly non-responsive.  I have sent multiple emails with various questions and never received a reply.

post #990 of 1940
Hey guys, im sorry to be annoying but so far all ive really found out between the two is that the signature dj has more bass. Is that the only difference?
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