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JVC's new flagship DX2000?

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I saw this only on JVC China's site

 

http://www.jvc.com.cn/headphone/ha-dx2000/index.html

 

List price is RMB$9,980

 

 

 

 HP drivers direct fix on wood chamber, interesting!

post #2 of 158

another EUR 1200-1300 headphones, why not ha? Does it mean that they introducing an idea of speakers?

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Originally Posted by Blackmore View Post

another EUR 1200-1300 headphones, why not ha? Does it mean that they introducing an idea of speakers?


I thought that was the idea with the DX1000 wink.gif

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 HP drivers direct fix on wood chamber, interesting!

wow!!! the same thing of dx-700 and dx-1000

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WANT. If it sounds even close to the TH900 but isolates more I've got to have it.

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WANT. If it sounds even close to the TH900 but isolates more I've got to have it.

the dx series isolates very good. i listen loud and my wife did not hear anything.

the problem is: this headphone is a very improvement compared to dx-1000 and dx-700?or is the same history about the dx-1000 and dx-700?


Edited by alota - 1/11/13 at 7:48am
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i read on chinese website, only slight improvement, i don't expect much out of this DX2000 since this headphone will not sell in Japan.

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i read on chinese website, only slight improvement, i don't expect much out of this DX2000 since this headphone will not sell in Japan.

i imagined this

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JVC isn't planning on selling this in Japan? Seriously? Weird.

 

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WANT. If it sounds even close to the TH900 but isolates more I've got to have it.

 

The DX1000 is a fun headphone, but it's extremely colored. More than even the D7000. So I really wouldn't expect it to be a replacement for the TH900.

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JVC isn't planning on selling this in Japan? Seriously? Weird.

 

 

The DX1000 is a fun headphone, but it's extremely colored. More than even the D7000. So I really wouldn't expect it to be a replacement for the TH900.


Extremely colored with a boomy bass is a more accurate description, but you can easily fall in love with these features as they present music with seduction.

post #11 of 158

They look way worse than the dx1000/700 series...

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Extremely colored with a boomy bass is a more accurate description, but you can easily fall in love with these features as they present music with seduction.

i fall in love with the dx-1000.i explained in the dx-100 thread that it is possible, with a specific system for this headphone, to correct some errors.

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I like the matte black with the yellow lettering. Reminds me of Batman.

 

Seems a little odd JVC would nix the DX1000's reddish hue however.


Edited by MuppetFace - 1/14/13 at 10:44am
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I was a bit disappointed by the color change. Black is fine though I guess.

 

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I like the matte black with the yellow letting. Reminds me of Batman.

 

Seems a little odd JVC would nix the DX1000's reddish hue however.

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Nice to know there is hope if my DX 1000 fails me. In that way I am kind of happy it appear to be a straight copy cat.

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