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post #541 of 1157

Just ordered mine, lets hope they don't send me a box of rocks or paper tongue_smile.gif

post #542 of 1157

I hope you enjoy it. Where did you find?
 

post #543 of 1157
From a store called "Iear" in Netherlands. Seems like it was the last pair :-)
post #544 of 1157

Wow, you mean they are almost gone......glad i got when the getting was good.  I was afraid i wouldn't get one and that was  a little over a year back.  Was wondering how long they would still be around, esp with the accolades they have received.

post #545 of 1157
They are becoming rare now...and really worth as collector items. Lucky us being the owner of this beauty. I saw in the ebay they hit like USD1500 selling price.
post #546 of 1157

The wait is long, veeeery long rolleyes.gif Should be here by the beginning of the week atsmile.gif Can't wait to compare them against my beloved D7000 ^^

post #547 of 1157

Anyone know the who has the best prices for spare Replacement Ear Pads?

 

Thanks

post #548 of 1157
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Originally Posted by Kmikko91 View Post

The wait is long, veeeery long rolleyes.gif Should be here by the beginning of the week atsmile.gif Can't wait to compare them against my beloved D7000 ^^

just be patient..the longer the wait...the more excitement you gonna get  tongue.gif

 

don't forget to share ur impression with us beerchug.gif

post #549 of 1157
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Originally Posted by SirBenn21 View Post

Anyone know the who has the best prices for spare Replacement Ear Pads?

 

Thanks

 

hello mate...

what happen with your stock pads? I thought they are genuine leather and long lasting? (or you just wanna keep the spare just in case?)

post #550 of 1157
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Originally Posted by muzic4life View Post

 

hello mate...

what happen with your stock pads? I thought they are genuine leather and long lasting? (or you just wanna keep the spare just in case?)

 

Yip, Just want to keep a spare pair. smile_phones.gif

 

 

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post #551 of 1157
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Yip, Just want to keep a spare pair. smile_phones.gif

 

 

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i think that's a good idea ! smile.gif

post #552 of 1157

Babies here!! yay...!atsmile.gif Gonna post some pictures later!!!

 

First quick impressions:

 

  - Very clean or "pure" sound coming from denons :)

  - There's a lot of micro details that I haven't heard before on me favorite tracks

  - Very lush midrange, love the piano!

  - Bass quality is good and quanity is almost perfect for me, I kinda got tired to Denon's *BOOM BOOM BOOOOM* bass (don't get me wrong tho, I love the D7000 over many other "better      headphones"! :D). 

  . Soundstage little better than on Denon's and this phone actually separates instruments! (unlike Denon's)

  - No sibilance at all 

  - Litte problems with the fit at beginning but I managed to get it fit without bending anything ^_^

 

Can post more thoughts about W3000 vs D7000 later if you want to hear.


Edited by Kmikko91 - 7/8/13 at 8:07am
post #553 of 1157
We always want to hear.

Thanks for sharing, Kmikko! biggrin.gif
post #554 of 1157
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kmikko91 View Post

Babies here!! yay...!atsmile.gif Gonna post some pictures later!!!

 

First quick impressions:

 

  - Very clean or "pure" sound coming from denons :)

  - There's a lot of micro details that I haven't heard before on me favorite tracks

  - Very lush midrange, love the piano!

  - Bass quality is good and quanity is almost perfect for me, I kinda got tired to Denon's *BOOM BOOM BOOOOM* bass (don't get me wrong tho, I love the D7000 over many other "better      headphones"! :D). 

  . Soundstage little better than on Denon's and this phone actually separates instruments! (unlike Denon's)

  - No sibilance at all 

  - Litte problems with the fit at beginning but I managed to get it fit without bending anything ^_^

 

Can post more thoughts about W3000 vs D7000 later if you want to hear.

 

I don't think it is necessary to bend the W3000ANV like you had to for the W5000. Just get one of those girl headbands to wrap around the wings or get a rubber band.

post #555 of 1157
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kmikko91 View Post

Babies here!! yay...!atsmile.gif Gonna post some pictures later!!!

 

First quick impressions:

 

  - Very clean or "pure" sound coming from denons :)

  - There's a lot of micro details that I haven't heard before on me favorite tracks

  - Very lush midrange, love the piano!

  - Bass quality is good and quanity is almost perfect for me, I kinda got tired to Denon's *BOOM BOOM BOOOOM* bass (don't get me wrong tho, I love the D7000 over many other "better      headphones"! :D). 

  . Soundstage little better than on Denon's and this phone actually separates instruments! (unlike Denon's)

  - No sibilance at all 

  - Litte problems with the fit at beginning but I managed to get it fit without bending anything ^_^

 

Can post more thoughts about W3000 vs D7000 later if you want to hear.

Congrats Kmikko91 for your new lovely toy ! Glad seeing you like it.

The midrange is very special to me, very intimate sounding and lush. About the fitting...i think that type of headband is more suitable for people who has a bigger head shape. With smaller head shape, the seal may not be perfect for some. My head size i consider above the medium size...at fist i felt like the pad at above my ears area still loose some grip, but after a couple of days and i did a little bending, now the fit is perfect. After 15 minutes listening, i fell like they gone from my head.

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