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post #901 of 3314
Tokendog, do not get me wrong, i was just surprised BH could kick such headphones, cool :-)
post #902 of 3314
Kid, good health and happy hours listening :-)
post #903 of 3314
I can recommend Beyerdynamic's DT1350 with output 1. All the switches on the BH play well with them too, unlike a fair amount of headphones. So far from my inventory with the BH i would rate Etymotic ER-4P>Beyer DT1350>Vsonic GR07. This is in terms of a reference sound, i.e. least coloration as possible. I'm finding that the DT1350's respond amazingly well to EQ too. I love turning them into the Beyerdynamic T1 with Accudio, very similar smily_headphones1.gif
post #904 of 3314
guys, do you know what means audiophile madness? You think we are mad? A Bold NO!!!
Here is example of pure musical insanity at its best http://www.dvice.com/archives/2011/10/10000-tube-amp.php

:-)
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Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post

guys, do you know what means audiophile madness? You think we are mad? A Bold NO!!!
Here is example of pure musical insanity at its best http://www.dvice.com/archives/2011/10/10000-tube-amp.php

:-)
Lol i was thinking it would be one of Jack Woo's contraptions and i was right.
post #906 of 3314
Tokendog, if i may ask you how you feel about headphones sound compared to proper speakers? Since getting onto portable i begin to toy with the idea of adding dedicated earphone tubey amp and a pair of good helmets so i can listen to the music in cabinet room when my wife had enough highend decibels shaking her brain? :-)

Do you think it is possible to achieve naturalness and live dimension with good helmets? Till now i was skeptical but reading here some enthusiasts i begin to think i am not right about bashing earphones.
post #907 of 3314

Guys, I just had an update from DHL tracking.

 

 

 

My package is now in Germany, which leads me to believe it will in UK tomorrow.

 

Woo, so exciting. My BH is almost with me. biggrin.gif

post #908 of 3314

You're lucky - mine still hasn't been shipped. I hope they ship it tomorrow coz if they don't use DHL it will be one insanely long wait.

post #909 of 3314

yeah I had to wait like 4 weeks before I got mine, and I got a shipping confirmation like the same day of ordering. 

post #910 of 3314
Looked at WA6SE, what a beauty, love it and price is acceptable by audiophile standards :-)

I love anything with tubes ... I am mad :-)))
post #911 of 3314
sry
Edited by Gintaras - 2/20/13 at 11:21pm
post #912 of 3314
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Originally Posted by kova4a View Post

You're lucky - mine still hasn't been shipped. I hope they ship it tomorrow coz if they don't use DHL it will be one insanely long wait.

 

Hmm... it should do soon mate.

 

I hope you get DHL as well, coz otherwise its gonna be 2 weeks before you get yours.

 

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Originally Posted by Apo0th3karY View Post

yeah I had to wait like 4 weeks before I got mine, and I got a shipping confirmation like the same day of ordering. 

 

Guess it depends largerly on location and how quick the processing is.

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Please do not double post!

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Originally Posted by Bill-P View Post

A week? I charged mine last month... that's over 3 weeks ago.

 

And I could power some headphones at the SF Bay Area meet with it just fine.

 

Talking about which, I can't remember the last time I sang praise for this one, so here are some headphones I heard that I think had pretty good synergy with the BH:

 

AKG K167 Tiesto (switch LF to on, leave everything off)
Mr. Speaker's Mad Dog (this is probably the ultimate portable rig right here, just plug in, flip SF switch to on, leave everything else off, and enjoy)

Audio Technica ESW11LTD (switch SF on, leave everything off)

Denon D2000 (not so much synergy, but it does clean up the bass by having SF switch on)

Sony XB500 (switch both SF and LF on for this one)

 

The BH can't keep things clean and clear at very high volume (and I must say... I listen pretty loud) but... at lower volume, I couldn't detect much of a difference between it and some of the higher-end amps there, so that's saying something.

Is this where the E12 would have the edge?

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Originally Posted by Noahjaws View Post

I would love to know how the Mad Dogs pair with this.

x2. Really interested in your impressions with the Mad Dogs and compared with the E12
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