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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 

 

That's excellent news mate, really happy for you! 

 

Thanks a lot! 

They are totally worth the wait and they seem even better than the custom fit ones. 

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hisound studioV/hifiman hm601/ultrasone hfi780

looking for a momentum

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Tralucent 1Plus2 and Studio V 3rd ANV.

 

post #7174 of 13953
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Originally Posted by n0str3ss View Post
 

 

I am not quite sure that's how it works... :D

 

Sigh....ok it doesn't

:dt880smile:

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Originally Posted by montanari View Post
 

hisound studioV/hifiman hm601/ultrasone hfi780

looking for a momentum

 

Personally I'd prefer the 780 to the warmer Senns, but with the Studio V Treble Monster as a source... I see why you're looking for a Momentum! As much as I love the Ultrasones, they can be quite piercing with the "wrong" combination of source and material.

post #7176 of 13953
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Originally Posted by Sorensiim View Post
 

Personally I'd prefer the 780 to the warmer Senns, but with the Studio V Treble Monster as a source... I see why you're looking for a Momentum! As much as I love the Ultrasones, they can be quite piercing with the "wrong" combination of source and material.

 

To my ears, adding velour pads cuts down on some of the "piercing-ness" ,  although it also slightly softens the bass impact. A worthy trade-off most of the time though. :smile_phones:

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Maybe the Ultrasones' treble is some kind of *puts glasses on* ultrasound, yeah.....

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Originally Posted by Achmedisdead View Post
 

 

To my ears, adding velour pads cuts down on some of the "piercing-ness" ,  although it also slightly softens the bass impact. A worthy trade-off most of the time though. :smile_phones:

 

Modding Ultrasones is an artform - the Kees Mod kan help quite a bit as well.

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Originally Posted by Sorensiim View Post
 

Personally I'd prefer the 780 to the warmer Senns, but with the Studio V Treble Monster as a source... I see why you're looking for a Momentum! As much as I love the Ultrasones, they can be quite piercing with the "wrong" combination of source and material.

 

totally agree!
 

 

with the hifiman ultrasone are magic

post #7180 of 13953
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Originally Posted by montanari View Post
 

 

totally agree!
 

 

with the hifiman ultrasone are magic

 

If you can find your way around a screwdriver, try looking up the "Kees mod" :beerchug:

 

 

 

 

Ahh great, now I miss my Ultrasones.
 

post #7181 of 13953
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Originally Posted by Xinze View Post
 

Waiting for my Pico amp/dac to come in. Interested to see if nearly twice the MSRP actually makes any difference..

I see you like to live dangerously, I wish I could too buy stuff like you do :D

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Source : iPhone 5
Dac : Venture Craft Go Dap DD1 LE 12 Volt OPA SM 627
Amp : Vorzuge Duo
Cable : Wagnus mini to mini




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Originally Posted by Bootsy1 View Post

Source : iPhone 5
Dac : Venture Craft Go Dap DD1 LE 12 Volt OPA SM 627
Amp : Vorzuge Duo
Cable : Wagnus mini to mini Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





 

I love this rig!

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Thanks bro smily_headphones1.gif
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Originally Posted by Bootsy1 View Post

Thanks bro smily_headphones1.gif

I like it too

It is the same set up like mine except Vozuge Duo amp biggrin.gif
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