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post #2386 of 3329
Yo, if they send you a regular K702... ish is gonna go down!
post #2387 of 3329
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

Yo, if they send you a regular K702... ish is gonna go down!

 

Maybe you could ask them to send you a K712 instead. biggrin.gif

post #2388 of 3329
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

Yo, if they send you a regular K702... ish is gonna go down!

 

Indeed.

 

This will probably be my reaction upon seeing regular K702s in the box:

 

 

post #2389 of 3329
That movie... I wanted those 2 hours back. XD
post #2390 of 3329
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Originally Posted by chicolom View Post

 

Indeed.

 

This will probably be my reaction upon seeing regular K702s in the box:

 

 

 

LOL!

post #2391 of 3329

Gotta love the throat rips!  Anybody hungry for some Celery?  ;)
 

post #2392 of 3329
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Originally Posted by BassMan X View Post

Gotta love the throat rips!  Anybody hungry for some Celery?  ;)
 


Classic MacGruber!

 

"If ripping throats gets that warhead back, I'll suck as many d**ks as I've go-- I'll rip as many throats as I have to!"

 

 

post #2393 of 3329
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Originally Posted by chicolom View Post

 

When I requested that they send out a new replacement headphone, I could tell they would have just sent me a regular K702 if I hadn't said anything else.  They were a little confused when I pointed out that they made TWO different K702s, and I had to clarify several times that they needed to send out a K702 Anniversary Edition as the replacement, NOT a regular K702.

 

Even AKG's own people can't keep track of all the different K70x!!   tongue_smile.gif

 

Correction: Even AKG's own people get lost in their own marketing scheme ;)


Edited by musiclife - 5/4/13 at 10:42am
post #2394 of 3329

I just got these today.  Maybe I'm just used to the HE400, but I find myself turning down songs when certain treble hits on the 702.65.  It can be quite piercing.  I found this to be the case with the Beyers compared to the HE400 as well, which I had simultaneously for about 3 weeks.  

post #2395 of 3329
The treble on the Annie is considerably tamer than the HE-400 in the treble by a long stretch.. If you mean upper mids, then perhaps, as the HE-400 is quite recessed in the upper mids, while the Annie is forward in that area.
post #2396 of 3329
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

The treble on the Annie is considerably tamer than the HE-400 in the treble by a long stretch.. If you mean upper mids, then perhaps, as the HE-400 is quite recessed in the upper mids, while the Annie is forward in that area.

What do female vocals usually hit on their high notes?

post #2397 of 3329
Yeah, female vocals tend to hit upper mids quite a bit.
post #2398 of 3329
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

Yeah, female vocals tend to hit upper mids quite a bit.

I guess I find the mids to be piercing then.  

post #2399 of 3329
I think you just need to adjust, and play them a little lower. Dont compare directly until youve used the Annies for about a week. You have to acclimate your ears to the change. The HE 400 has a dip in female vocals, so comparing them is kind of moot, as they are just too different in presentation.
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

I think you just need to adjust, and play them a little lower. Dont compare directly until youve used the Annies for about a week. You have to acclimate your ears to the change. The HE 400 has a dip in female vocals, so comparing them is kind of moot, as they are just too different in presentation.

Yeah I'm going to give it at least a week and have already been playing them at lower volume.

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