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post #76 of 97
Thread Starter 

They're here...

post #77 of 97

ooooooh ****! Pictures and impressions please! That was incredibly fast, you must be stoked.

post #78 of 97
Yeah that was pretty fast. So what are the gears you got again? Dt990+e11?
post #79 of 97
Thread Starter 

oh man. LOOL! I just took off all my makeup -_- Here's a pic w/o me in it. But believe me, I was like in :OO> :DDD lol my parents didn't know I was burning them in so they turned off my computer though -_- ah well.

700

post #80 of 97
Thread Starter 

So as I'm listening to it, there are little crackly noises when there's bass. Will that go away after I burn them in more? Or is it just cause i plugged it directly into my computer?

post #81 of 97
Hey I have the e17, no experience with e11. So don't know about cracking noises or hissing on the e11 but if you don't plug the headphone Jack all the way in, you can get cracking noises and all sorts of jitter. I even had one side (forgot if its left or right) went muted on me when I didn't plug the headphone Jack all the way in. Good luck.


Edit: BTW how you should connect it is comp USB port> (through USB to fiio e11 cable)> fiio e11 (USB input and mode, not auxiliary, I thought you were using it with iPhone when I replied to you on pm)> Beyer dt990 (connected to the headphone Jack of the e11, and make sure you plug it all the way in)
Edited by reddragon - 12/1/12 at 1:42am
post #82 of 97
Thread Starter 

Alright well it sounds okay on my phone with the amp. Thanks for your help!

post #83 of 97
No problem "bro" wink.gif
post #84 of 97

Any more updates on sound quality, comfort, and how much you like them after burn in thus far?

 

Also anyone here that has been keeping up with this thread have any experience with Ultrasone pro 900? I'm in need of some heavy bass but prestige quality throughout on a decent budget. At first I considered the pro700mk2 but ended up on a final decision to go with the pro 900 due to comfortability. I didn't want to have to deal with adjusting and swapping out earpads and stuff with the 700. I've read a pretty decent amount of reviews as well but still if you have good or bad comments about either or that would be appreciated.

post #85 of 97
Thread Starter 

Haha. Hey girls can be bros too. According to pewdiepie, EVERYONE can be a bro :) Sound quality is seriously amazing. If i close my eyes, I feel like I'm in a concert hall. I'm putting my headphones around books to kind of stretch them out a bit so they don't clamp as hard. Oh my goodness I can just listen to them all day :D

post #86 of 97
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Originally Posted by erincamera View Post

Haha. Hey girls can be bros too. According to pewdiepie, EVERYONE can be a bro smily_headphones1.gif Sound quality is seriously amazing. If i close my eyes, I feel like I'm in a concert hall. I'm putting my headphones around books to kind of stretch them out a bit so they don't clamp as hard. Oh my goodness I can just listen to them all day biggrin.gif


Good that's all we want to "hear" (pun intended hehe) smily_headphones1.gif
post #87 of 97
Thread Starter 

Good lord. HAHAHAHAHAHA! good one.

post #88 of 97

Hey guys just got my stands and 50th anniversary m50. Just thought I'd bring this thread back from the dead.

700

post #89 of 97
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Originally Posted by fizzix View Post

Hey guys just got my stands and 50th anniversary m50. Just thought I'd bring this thread back from the dead.

700

Nice!

post #90 of 97
Thread Starter 

Whoa that's pretty! Sorry for being MIA! Finals can be such a drag -_-

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