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post #76 of 197
Yeah same site. Came in a couple of days
Edited by spurxiii - 2/28/14 at 12:47am
post #77 of 197
Does it open up and improve with burn in?
post #78 of 197
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Does it open up and improve with burn in?

Yes give them a 150-200hrs min.
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Yes give them a 150-200hrs min.

Thanks. I've whacked on some trance at high volume to start the burn in process. I'll listen to them again when the weekend is over

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Thanks. I've whacked on some trance at high volume to start the burn in process. I'll listen to them again when the weekend is over
play them at normal volume........dont squeeze them.
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play them at normal volume........dont squeeze them.

It's only a bit louder than I would normally listen

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It's only a bit louder than I would normally listen

Oh ok! Cool then.
post #83 of 197
I don't think they change much myself. Depending what you are listening to and what your current HP's are it could come across as congested I suppose. I find the mids are reasonably forward, which I like for guitars especially....they throw them at you in a far more aggressive way than say the D2K I have (interesting for an open can). But at the same time I wouldn't call them congested....I'm sure this makes no sense but there you go biggrin.gif
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You can always EQ the mid bass down a little bit to get some extra clarity. I've been listening to my HPH200 with my Fiio E07k with bass EQ settings (-4) and I really liked what I've heard.
post #85 of 197
I like the quantity and quality the way it is. I can hear a slight bleeding into the mids though. I've heard this before on some my other cans which was sorted out after burning in. That's why I asked if these cans require burn in. Some cans have no effect after burning in like my orthos and all my BAs
Edited by spurxiii - 2/28/14 at 11:59am
post #86 of 197

For me, the highs seem to have mellowed out a bit after 200 or so hours, which I appreciate.

post #87 of 197

I had a quick listen after about 12 hours. I think there's an improvement already.

post #88 of 197

Wow these are quite bassy

post #89 of 197

I got them yesterday. I'm pretty happy atm after testing them for about an hour.

 

Comparing to my ASG 1.2 I would say the bass does not reach as low or with as much quantity, and the mids are better on the ASG, although I think the hph-200 has more obvious/better highs.

I would say the soundstage is wider with the HPH-200.


Edited by aBc.CaN - 3/10/14 at 6:45am
post #90 of 197

Has anyone been able to find a serial number on these, or do they not have SNs?

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