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post #91 of 1845
when will they be released in the united states
post #92 of 1845
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Originally Posted by Mods12 View Post

when will they be released in the united states

Probably with the same delay as the closed X series. I suspect the propagation will be Japan -> rest of East Asia -> Europe and North America. Of course, there are always importers.

More importantly, it's now 16th November. The open X series has been officially released. First impressions and reviews please!
post #93 of 1845
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Originally Posted by Audio-Omega View Post

AD2000X will be released tomorrow !?  Who has ordered one ?  biggrin.gif

I want one, but very expensive. I spent a LOOOONG time with it at e-earphone the other day and loved it. Actually, I'll see if I can get ahold of one for a couple of weeks. If I could, a review could come along quickly.


Edited by shigzeo - 11/15/12 at 8:50pm
post #94 of 1845

I hope you will get one.  

post #95 of 1845
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Originally Posted by shigzeo View Post

I want one, but very expensive. I spent a LOOOONG time with it at e-earphone the other day and loved it. Actually, I'll see if I can get ahold of one for a couple of weeks. If I could, a review could come along quickly.

I'm intensely interested in a good review of the AD2000x, also

post #96 of 1845

I will visit the store next week and see what/if I can borrow for a few weeks. 

post #97 of 1845
Very excited about the AD700X and AD900X smily_headphones1.gif When they will become available worldwide?
post #98 of 1845
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Originally Posted by shigzeo View Post

I want one, but very expensive. I spent a LOOOONG time with it at e-earphone the other day and loved it. Actually, I'll see if I can get ahold of one for a couple of weeks. If I could, a review could come along quickly.

Do you know the AD2000? Is it the same character based on your first impressions or another?
post #99 of 1845
post #100 of 1845
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Originally Posted by marts30 View Post

AD700 impressions (not by me)

 

http://headphones.com.au/forums/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=7019

 

"No, these aren't a bassier AD700."

 

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post #101 of 1845

Yeah redface.gif (i don't see the need for more bass , the bass light thing was a trait of AD700 , if the general sound remain the same but with little improvements it's great (a bit less grain etc) , if nothing change it's great too )

 

But it's not enough , a more in depth comparison is needed , have to wait a bit more biggrin.gif


Edited by HaVoC-28 - 11/19/12 at 9:15pm
post #102 of 1845

Wasn't the whole line supposed to have more bass?

post #103 of 1845

who said that ? XD

just because there was marketing stuff saying about pads "keeping" bass or what ever it said (with translators it's even worse), didn't mean that they will add bass to the whole line .

We still have to wait about reviews and comparisons beetween new and old line .

 

And even if they add bass it will not be night and day , peraphs slightly more bass but nothing more , AD line will sound as it was before , but peraphs a bit "improved" (if there is any improvement at all) .


Edited by HaVoC-28 - 11/19/12 at 10:33pm
post #104 of 1845

they look much better now with ''normal'' colors, at least the AD700X

i really hope that the new ad700x have some little improvements over the ad700 in all areas, specially the grain. it doesnt need to have more bass if others aspects are better and the soundstage as good as it predecessor

post #105 of 1845
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Wasn't the whole line supposed to have more bass?

 

People just want that to happen. I don't think there was actually any evidence yet to suggest that it is so.

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