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And their early models (the legendary DX00's) all had dual entry cables, only they were not removable. 

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Been about two months since I've put on my D600's, having spent time with my earlier model Denons and most recently the new Sony Z7.



Wow! I had forgotten just how good these headphones are, with bass that is deeper then the earlier D5000 and quite nice sound. I think I'll keep them in the rotation for awhile.

 



Mine is on on the way from fex ex and can't wait to try or compare against TH900/NAD HP50.

If you rank following headphones, how would you rate the clarity of D600 hp ?

Z7, D7000, D600
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Been about two months since I've put on my D600's, having spent time with my earlier model Denons and most recently the new Sony Z7.



Wow! I had forgotten just how good these headphones are, with bass that is deeper then the earlier D5000 and quite nice sound. I think I'll keep them in the rotation for awhile.

 



Mine is on on the way from fex ex and can't wait to try or compare against TH900/NAD HP50.

If you rank following headphones, how would you rate the clarity of D600 hp ?

Z7, D7000, D600

 

D7000

D600/Z7 overall close to a tie

post #139 of 143
Just did 3 hours listening.
D600 gives me the discomfort.

I rank d600 as following

He6 > h800 > th900 > d7000 > t90 > hp50 > d600 > sr80i

From my memory d600 > d2000.

Just my short comparison.
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Just did 3 hours listening.

D600 gives me the discomfort.



I rank d600 as following



He6 > h800 > th900 > d7000 > t90 > hp50 > d600 > sr80i



From my memory d600 > d2000.



Just my short comparison.



This comparison is not fair, giving the price of d600. I got  mine for only $190 refurbished. While it is not at the level of H800, or even d7000 performance,  I'm enjoying them so much, it has a remarkable bass and really nice soundstage for a close cans. Yes it is  a v-shaped headphone, but it has its own merit in quality build, fun and engaging sonic all in really unbeatable price. I highly recommend it for people seeking fun sound with quality controls. 


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Just did 3 hours listening.

D600 gives me the discomfort.



I rank d600 as following



He6 > h800 > th900 > d7000 > t90 > hp50 > d600 > sr80i



From my memory d600 > d2000.



Just my short comparison.
 

This comparison is not fair, giving the price of d600. I got  mine for only $190 refurbished. While it is not at the level of H800, or even d7000 performance,  I'm enjoying them so much, it has a remarkable bass and really nice soundstage for a close cans. Yes it is  a v-shaped headphone, but it has its own merit in quality build, fun and engaging sonic all in really unbeatable price. I highly recommend it for people seeking fun sound with quality controls. 

 

Sorry I am not trying to downgrade D600, it's just my preference.

If you throw in the price factor, here is the price I paid (In USD, before tax), all brand new by the way.

 

HE6 > HD800 > TH900 > AH-D7000 > T90 > HP50 > AH-D600 > SR80i
 

$920 > $1250 > $1500 > $620 > $350 > $153 > $174 > $110

 

 

Most expensive headphone that I paid was TH900, which is owned by HE6, so price has really nothing to do for me when scoring the headphone.

 

I have to add that D600 is an excellent headphone for movies, it has the worst mids, (worst than my TH900) but for movies it's great ! nice bass !

post #143 of 143
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Sorry I am not trying to downgrade D600, it's just my preference.

If you throw in the price factor, here is the price I paid (In USD, before tax), all brand new by the way.

 

HE6 > HD800 > TH900 > AH-D7000 > T90 > HP50 > AH-D600 > SR80i
 

$920 > $1250 > $1500 > $620 > $350 > $153 > $174 > $110

 

 

Most expensive headphone that I paid was TH900, which is owned by HE6, so price has really nothing to do for me when scoring the headphone.

 

I have to add that D600 is an excellent headphone for movies, it has the worst mids, (worst than my TH900) but for movies it's great ! nice bass !

have to agree that the mid on d600 is too thin, vocal sounds weird :(

p/s: i have the he500 and also prefer it > hd800 by quite big margin, given both equipped with norne draug and amped with the most suitable amp :)

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