Originally Posted by Alexei23
Well my bh2 arrived today :) Got to say I do like it. It does improve the sound, but only slightly. From the review I was expecting more in that regard. Having said that the gain and frequency switches add to the sound customisation which I like. Oh and the guy thats said this combo doesn't have enough power is either hard of hearing or using some ridculously hard cans to drive because I thought it was loud when my C3 was at 30 vol and bh2 was near full vol, but then I turned on the gain and thought I was going to burst my ear drums! For me it doesn't enhance the bass much. Makes it a little punchier and harder, which is what it needed really, but still not quite enough bass! I love that 808 sound!
What do you guys think of the lead that comes with the bh2, do you think it needs something better?
Just changed albums, noticing the bass more now :D
When it comes to audio, from my understanding, the slightest improvements will be considered a decent improvement:)
How your sound quality improvement will work on Head-Fi. (Click to show)
You'll learn as you advance on in your audio journey that the more you pay, the less you get. Let me show you something my friend once showed me.
Lol at that "not enough power" statement, haha.
Your statement on the punchy hard sounding audio produced is correct. To me, it is more of an all-rounder "fun" enhancer switch for the BH. Gives it flavour.
As of the lead, I will assume you're talking about the interconnect to connect the C3 to the BH. Yes, I'd suggest you get a better quality one, preferably a pure silver if you're interested in a more brighter and sparkly sound with clearer sound, or a copper for a more dark and warm sound. OR, you could grab a hybrid cable, and get the best of both worlds.
Originally Posted by Twinster This
I just wanted to pop in and say...Twinster...Your profile picture gives me the chills, man.