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post #136 of 1084
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Originally Posted by MomijiTMO View Post

I'm never going to buy one of their magical amps for its exclusive use. I'm not that kray kray, even if I have 2 pairs.

 

2 pair of the ANVs 

 

 

 

1000

post #137 of 1084

The 3000anv sounds incredible using my Decware CSP2 with specially selected Bugle Boys 6DJ8. I seem to be listening more and more to these headphones even surpassing the hours I spend with my HD800. I find the isolation excellent also. I am also not seeing the 1K deals anymore so I am assuming most of the 2000 pairs are now sold

post #138 of 1084
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Originally Posted by preproman View Post

2 pair of the ANVs 

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You can't talk Mr. Look at all your gear. tongue.gif
post #139 of 1084
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Originally Posted by MomijiTMO View Post


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You can't talk Mr. Look at all your gear. tongue.gif

 

 

My gear - Momi we got the same gear looks like.  But I don't have two ANVswink_face.gif

 

 

 

400

post #140 of 1084
Instead you have a dedicated rig for your HE-6s.

And balanced amps.

And some extra awesomeness too tongue.gif
post #141 of 1084

Well ATH is all the cans I have..:P I wouldn't mind getting their amp except the HA5k is so expensive for a 220v. Unfortunately people seem to say there is no ATH amp that will make both W5k and W3k sound good together...? If that is the case I'll just get a massive high current output amp that sounds smooth.

post #142 of 1084
That sounds like a much better idea.

I heard the W5k again last weekend and I didn't dislike it as much as my first run in 2 years ago. It was very spacious, almost stretching the stage. Again, the resonance was my main criticism of the headphone.
post #143 of 1084

Resonance? I don't think I understood what you hear in the W5000 :\ Can you explain more?

post #144 of 1084
Ringing. It's not as bad in the W3000ANV.
Edited by MomijiTMO - 11/9/12 at 3:22pm
post #145 of 1084

Odd...it didn't seem to affect me. Though I did feel that the W5k had pretty bad instrument separation compared to W3k

post #146 of 1084

Does anyone have any suggestions if their ATH phones feel loose like they are slipping down your head?

Thanks.

post #147 of 1084

Squeeze the top bar together with your hands a bit, they're quite strong and won't break. Though if you have a small head, the top bit of the headphone won't touch your face and you'll get terrible bass response. I sorta think that the ATH phones are always designed for people with fat face.....

post #148 of 1084
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Originally Posted by rgs9200m View Post

Does anyone have any suggestions if their ATH phones feel loose like they are slipping down your head?

Thanks.

I use a thick rubber band between the wings to bring the wings closer together. Worked perfect for me. 

post #149 of 1084
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Originally Posted by claybum View Post

I use a thick rubber band between the wings to bring the wings closer together. Worked perfect for me. 

Good idea. I'll try that. Thanks.

post #150 of 1084

Does any one know of a reputable US based vendor that is still selling these?  Besides that one vendor on Amazon who has had only 1 in stock for the last several weeks.

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