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For Sale: FS: Denon AH-D7000

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For Sale:
FS: Denon AH-D7000

Will Ship To: Anywhere

Hello Head-Fi,

 

I just put my D7000's on eBay if anybody is interested. They are starting at a reasonable $599 bid. Let me know if you have any questions!

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Denon-AH-D7000-Headphones-/321068396019?pt=US_Headphones&hash=item4ac12aedf3

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The pad mod..what exactly does it do to the bass? I don't want the bass changed at all, though I'm curious. First bidder...

Also, when did you buy it?
Edited by Mad Lust Envy - 2/6/13 at 11:14pm
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I found the pad mod to increase the tightness of the bass, more specifically by decreasing some of the boomy-ness. Performing the Dynamat mods on the drivers increases this effect. I fully Markl-modded a pair of D5000s (Dynamat drivers and Fiberloft pads), and while the bass sounded much more accurate, I felt it took away much of the fun factor of the headphones. When I got the D7000s, modding the pads alone was a nice compromise.

 

I am thinking of just taking the Fiberloft out now, as I've already had two messages from folks concerned with removing it themselves. Its fairly easy to redo the mod, so I may just edit the auction and remove the Fiberloft. I believe you are allowed to retract your bid since it would technically change the auction.

 

These headphones were purchased about two years ago online, though I don't remember the website. They haven't seen much use since I switched from a solid state amp to a Decware tube amp as my main, and I found the amp to synergize better with Sennheisers. 

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Alright, I retracted my bid for now. But I may re-bid soon. I thought it was a more recent model which I heard had some slight tweaks to it's sound prior to it being discontinued, and was what I was used to.
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Alright, I retracted my bid for now. But I may re-bid soon. I thought it was a more recent model which I heard had some slight tweaks to it's sound prior to it being discontinued, and was what I was used to.

 

I've had a 2012 model and the bass was still pretty boomy... I wouldn't expect anything "neutral", at all.

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I know. I also had that model. But it was more neutral balance than the older, which was more v shaped, I believe.
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Sorry guys, shipping in US only.

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