It's done. And he really impressed with HD600 + Aune T1. He made me laugh because he keep looking left, right and even behind when I played some musics with pretty good recording. And he got this awed face when I play some live recording (just ordinary / mainstream band), he said "it's like I'm there!" He even sing along the lyrics, made me laughing because I know he wasn't the kind who like to sing along to a song. I'm sure he didn't aware of it!
I also got 2 other good friends to try it. One, a man, he just sit there, closed his eyes and grinning like crazy. He also keep looking left and right, just like my first friend, and keep saying "damn it, damn it, damn it....". He also trying some high bitrate movie and awed at how holographic HD600 is. He also wondering (with awed face), just how Sennheiser engineer made those sound placement and details just from 2 small speaker.
The other good friend (woman), loved how comfortable HD600 is (good thing she didn't know just how head-crusher HD600 at first is) and how smooth the treble. She said the high notes isn't painful to her ears, even when she increase the volume. She kinds of like me, rather sensitive to treble
Got other 2 coworker to try to, but didn't get as much interesting response, I think they both afraid how they would wanting if they trying the headphone too long
General impression from my friends is how detailed, life-like and how very convincing the sound placement of HD600 is. They now understand why I spent my money on HD600 and Aune T1, even when they can't justify spending as much. Now, lets just wait and see if some of them ask me advice of buying good budged headphone....
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If your office allows (mine wouldn't) do it the Aune is a compact package. By the way how does the T1 do in driving the 600s. I have been considerering moving up from the 558s (which work great with the Aune T1) but want to stick with the T1.
I found with gain at 10, Aune T1 drive the HD600 at satisfactory level.
Actually, using gain 0 gave better sonic performance, to my ears it sounded less strained, but the volume is just too low. So gain 10 is kind of middle ground: not as relaxed as gain 0 but with enough volume. Now time to get my paws on some good tubes....
Edited by jipan - 7/24/13 at 5:23am