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Originally Posted by minion1990 View Post

Got a replacement cable directly from the AKG Headquarter in Vienna for 19$

Can you pm me contact details? I'd quite like to have a new stock cable. I seem to have lost mine. (Been using an aftermarket cable.)

Thanks

C
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Originally Posted by minion1990 View Post
 

Got a replacement cable directly from the AKG Headquarter in Vienna for 19$

Nice. I thought for a second I was going to have to order a new one because my Blue Dragon V2 cable was acting up and I couldn't find the original.

 

I'm going to have to send that cable back to have it fixed because it cuts in and out when sitting in the K702. Anyone had to do this?

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Originally Posted by x838nwy View Post


Can you pm me contact details? I'd quite like to have a new stock cable. I seem to have lost mine. (Been using an aftermarket cable.)

Thanks

C

I don't think that AKG/Harman Austria is the right place to ask for you.

I just wrote to service@akg.com and then they connected me to a person in my country. Since AKG was funded in Vienna it was relatively easy for me. 

The code for the cable should be 5021876 (told from an akg employee) or 2458M97060 (from the K702 AE pdf) 

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I have a quick question; I just bought the non-Anniversary Edition K702, and was wondering what the best method of driving it currently is (for a $150 budget).  I mainly will be using it for PC gaming (FPS mostly) and listening to music (epica, rock, dubstep and other electronic music), and so far was considering the Sound Blaster Zx sound card, but after reading a bit on these forums/elsewhere, I thought I would ask if there is a better alternative (i.e. a dedicated amp or something).  Hopefully posting here isn't a problem (even though I don't have the Anniversary Edition K702's); I made a post in the Computer Audio forum and they linked me here.  I'm relatively new to the high-end sound world, so any help would be appreciated.  Thanks.

 

Brendan "NinjaNife" West

 

P.S.

I must admit, I didn't want to read all 213 pages of this thread in the hope to find an answer..so my apologies if this question has already been asked elsewhere; I couldn't find it with my searches lol.

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FiiO E07K and E09K combo is what I am using although I am getting a tube soon for more warmth IMO, the K702/65 still lacks warm to me
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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post

FiiO E07K and E09K combo is what I am using although I am getting a tube soon for more warmth IMO, the K702/65 still lacks warm to me

How long have you been using your K702?  I've heard that it doesn't "warm up" (although I'm not 100% positive what that means..I'm just assuming that everything smoothes out and doesn't sound as tinny or whatever) until it's been used for 300+ hours; is that what you are experiencing, or are you referring to something else?  Thanks for the help.

 

Brendan "NinjaNife" West

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Been using it for more than 400 hours now, got them used so the original user may have used it about 100 - 200 hours. I personally would prefer more warmth from the K702/65 smily_headphones1.gif
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Originally Posted by juantendo8 View Post

 

I can't wait for the thread saying that these have way more bottom end and warmth than the K/Q7 series and are like completely different headphones. rolleyes.gif

That's some crazy ******* ESP you got going on there. >___________>

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