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post #121 of 1761

the AD2000x will be my next major purchase

post #122 of 1761

Sub'd - only just seen these, whats different apart from better asthestics?

post #123 of 1761

When I tried the AD2000X at the Tokyo show (in a quiet room, thankfully) the grain of the AD2000 seemed not to be there. Very tempted to pick up both these and the LTD to try out.

post #124 of 1761
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Originally Posted by Currawong View Post

When I tried the AD2000X at the Tokyo show (in a quiet room, thankfully) the grain of the AD2000 seemed not to be there. Very tempted to pick up both these and the LTD to try out.

could i ask you to detail differences, if any, in the pads - including material, thickness and angling? 

post #125 of 1761

AD900X ordered. Tenso is bad for the wallet.

post #126 of 1761
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Originally Posted by Dsnuts View Post

AD900X ordered. Tenso is bad for the wallet.

Congrats!
post #127 of 1761
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Originally Posted by Dsnuts View Post

AD900X ordered. Tenso is bad for the wallet.

Awesome, please do post impressions when you get it. I am debating whether to get the ad900 now at $179 or wait for 900x.
post #128 of 1761
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Awesome, please do post impressions when you get it. I am debating whether to get the ad900 now at $179 or wait for 900x.

How much was the 900x?
post #129 of 1761
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Originally Posted by Currawong View Post

When I tried the AD2000X at the Tokyo show (in a quiet room, thankfully) the grain of the AD2000 seemed not to be there. Very tempted to pick up both these and the LTD to try out.

could i ask you to detail differences, if any, in the pads - including material, thickness and angling? 

 

I wish I'd noted more information, so I'm sorry to say I don't remember. I was mainly wondering if they'd made significant changes and, if so, whether it'd be worth picking up a pair to try.

post #130 of 1761

Does anyone know where I can buy the ad900x headphones for a reasonable price

post #131 of 1761
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Does anyone know where I can buy the ad900x headphones for a reasonable price

That's precisely what I want to know.

Plus, I have another dilemma (not counting the AKG K550 dilemma):

 

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A900(closed)  or AD900X   (open) ???

 

 

 

P.S.

From  amazon.com:

- the AD900  (open) cost $179

- the A900X (closed) cost about $233

- the AD900(open) cost  ???


Edited by JakeJack_2008 - 12/14/12 at 9:37am
post #132 of 1761
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Does anyone know where I can buy the ad900x headphones for a reasonable price


I ordered mine through Tenso forwarding service. It ended up being around $250 shipped. Considering how new these are for the overall cost I think it is a good deal. I payed $335 or so for my A900X when those came out from AudioCubes. Google Tenso forwarding service. Don't be afraid to try it. It is much simpler than anyone thinks. I know there is a language barrier but if you read how Tenso works it is about as easy as it gets.

post #133 of 1761
Thanks Dsnuts
post #134 of 1761

I must admit, I have been thinking about getting AD900 for sometime now, if AD900X is any better im in

post #135 of 1761
Decided not to get them from Japan, I'm just going to wait for them to release in the U.S.
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