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post #1546 of 2271
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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post

I really don't know where the idea came from that the GR07 doesn't have enough bass for anything. The Mk2 is pretty bassy, and the BE only takes it a step further for those who want more bass pounding/impact, specifically in the mid-bass. It's also slightly warmer.
QFT!

Also, the 770 is an extremely bassy headphone. If that it what you're looking for then you have no business buying an MK2.
post #1547 of 2271
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Originally Posted by Jodiuh View Post


QFT!

Also, the 770 is an extremely bassy headphone. If that it what you're looking for then you have no business buying an MK2.

 

Well I dont know what bassy is considered for you but I get good mixes with the DT770.. so now again I have doubts of BE or MK2..

 

And i want someone to tell me hoow deep goes it inside your ear canal? I dont want something to be sticking inside my brain.. if you know what I mean. I dont to feel it, I want it to be comfortable.


Edited by suppaduppa - 9/29/13 at 8:56am
post #1548 of 2271

MK2 isn't basshead and BE version isn't basshead, don't have a deep subbass extension, sizes are very tiny.


Edited by stimer - 9/29/13 at 9:16am
post #1549 of 2271
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Originally Posted by stimer View Post
 

MK2 isn't basshead and BE version isn't basshead, don't have a deep subbass extension, sizes are very tiny.

 

I'm sorry, what? The GR07 makes going down to 10 Hz look easy. It's definitely among the best basses I've heard, regardless of price.

post #1550 of 2271
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Originally Posted by suppaduppa View Post
 

 

Well I dont know what bassy is considered for you but I get good mixes with the DT770.. so now again I have doubts of BE or MK2..

 

And i want someone to tell me hoow deep goes it inside your ear canal? I dont want something to be sticking inside my brain.. if you know what I mean. I dont to feel it, I want it to be comfortable.

 

Haven't heard the BE but IMO mk2 is bassy enough and isn't lacking in that department. It's not a very deep insertion. And you can get meelec M6 single-flange tips and put them over the entire nozzle and the insertion can get even shallower.

post #1551 of 2271
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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post
 

 

I'm sorry, what? The GR07 makes going down to 10 Hz look easy. It's definitely among the best basses I've heard, regardless of price.

 

sorry but this is not basshead, the driver physically can not issue fat and deep subbass region. They have a balanced neutral sound and to me a very boring.


Edited by stimer - 9/29/13 at 9:43am
post #1552 of 2271
Just cracked mine open, unfortunately my computer recently broke so I'm using the iPad/pod for now. They sound good with the e17 but I'm hoping there will be less sibilance with the dac working. I listen to a fair mount of bass oriented music so I bumped the e17's bass switch up one notch but anything more than that muddies up the mids. Im waiting for triple flange tips to arrive so hopefully those do the trick, but if not does anyone know how the zo2 pairs with these?
post #1553 of 2271

So here's another option: Waiting for the VSD7. Is it worth it? Considering I can get a MK2 right now for a very solid price. Will it be clearly superior to the MK2\BE or is it some gimmick update?

post #1554 of 2271
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Originally Posted by suppaduppa View Post
 

So here's another option: Waiting for the VSD7. Is it worth it? Considering I can get a MK2 right now for a very solid price. Will it be clearly superior to the MK2\BE or is it some gimmick update?

 

VSD7 wait long))) I'm waiting for sony xba-h1, 2, 3))

post #1555 of 2271

So im decided to buy the MK2, but I just realized the cable is 1.30 m and im used to my 3.30m of the DT770... how do I solve this? I would like some extra lenght.

post #1556 of 2271

Getting them re-cabled is the only way to gain length. 

post #1557 of 2271

Or just buy an extension cable coz recabling them won't be cheap at all.

post #1558 of 2271
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Originally Posted by kova4a View Post
 

Or just buy an extension cable coz recabling them won't be cheap at all.

can you post any examples?

post #1559 of 2271
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Originally Posted by suppaduppa View Post
 

can you post any examples?

 

Just a simple extension cable. Something like this http://www.ebay.com/itm/6-35-3-5mm-Male-to-3-5mm-Female-headphone-earphone-Extension-Cable-Audio-Adapter-/261281229633?pt=US_MP3_Player_Cables_Adapters&var=&hash=item3cd5932b41 . You want 3.3m cable, so you just need to buy a simple 2m extension cable. You can just go to the nearest electronics store and they'll surely have few option for several bucks. Of course you can look around for more expensive cables if you're the type who believes a more expensive quality cable sounds better but I suggest if you choose this path to not get one that costs more than 20-30 bucks.

post #1560 of 2271
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Originally Posted by kova4a View Post
 

 

Just a simple extension cable. Something like this http://www.ebay.com/itm/6-35-3-5mm-Male-to-3-5mm-Female-headphone-earphone-Extension-Cable-Audio-Adapter-/261281229633?pt=US_MP3_Player_Cables_Adapters&var=&hash=item3cd5932b41 . You want 3.3m cable, so you just need to buy a simple 2m extension cable. You can just go to the nearest electronics store and they'll surely have few option for several bucks. Of course you can look around for more expensive cables if you're the type who believes a more expensive quality cable sounds better but I suggest if you choose this path to not get one that costs more than 20-30 bucks.

Thanks. It has been proven it doesnt decrease sound quality? im sure this is the type of thing that gives a lot of placebo in a study.

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