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I had the Pro 900 for a few weeks, the wow factor wore off for me pretty quickly. The D2000 sounds just as good as the D5000, heck I like it as much as the Edition 8 I had. Like the ED8, the D2K benefits from modest amping but also sounds good straight out of a DAP/laptop. Best value in a closed headphone IMO.

My issue with this is that im not a huge fan of used headphones and that would be the only way I could afford the D2k's

 

I bet if you bought a good D2K for $200 and compared it to the M50 you might re-think that. My pair was LNIB, very pleased. Used gear is how we maximize value as we move up the chain, but even if you saved the extra $ to buy new it would be worth it!

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I bet if you bought a good D2K for $200 and compared it to the M50 you might re-think that. My pair was LNIB, very pleased. Used gear is how we maximize value as we move up the chain, but even if you saved the extra $ to buy new it would be worth it!

There isn't a lot of reason to not buy used, as long as you have a reliable seller, have enough enough on the history of the cans and there is communication.

 

Even then, the stock ear pads and D2000 cups are fairly cheap to replace new.

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The pair I got had less than 100 hours on them, no wear on the pads at all.

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There isn't a lot of reason to not buy used, as long as you have a reliable seller, have enough enough on the history of the cans and there is communication.

 

Even then, the stock ear pads and D2000 cups are fairly cheap to replace new.

Lack of warranty is the #1 reason. Even if the seller is honest, item is in good shape, if the driver fails a week after you buy them you are SOOL. Many people like the comfort of having a warranty.

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Yeah the Denon warranty is not transferable. But some brands are.

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