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post #61 of 215

what amp/source you using with T1?

post #62 of 215

only have a FiiO E17+E09K

need to save up again in order to upgrade

 

edit: but i do plan to upgrade to a Schiit bifrost/lyr combo, or even look towards a WA7 fireflies

        but tubes look expensive xD


Edited by r3dMuGeN - 5/9/13 at 1:34pm
post #63 of 215

hopefully ill have a pair of t1s in 3 or so months then i can really give this thread a proper go. beyersmile.png

post #64 of 215
Thread Starter 
Man, I am so enjoying these T5P's! Ignore some comments here that they are painfully bright, it's a ridiculous opinion of them I feel, go try them out for yourself if you have not already done so!

They are so balanced, bass is deep and clear, top end just so creamy and crystaline and mids are to die for. I have owned or used extensively most of the top of the line headphones out there and yes some better these in some respects on technical points but for an overall picture these are hard to beat.

If you pair them with tubes then they are even harder to beat!
Edited by ianmedium - 5/10/13 at 8:07am
post #65 of 215
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Man, I am so enjoying these T5P's! Ignore some comments here that they are painfully bright, it's a ridiculous opinion of them I feel, go try them out for yourself if you have not already done so!

They are so balanced, bass is deep and clear, top end just so creamy and crystaline and mids are to die for. I have owned or used extensively most of the top of the line headphones out there and yes some better these in some respects on technical points but for an overall picture these are hard to beat.

If you pair them with tubes then they are even harder to beat!

+1

 

I've been listening to mine with a WA7-not a terribly tube-y sounding tube amp-but the combination is quite amazing.

post #66 of 215

how far is the sound quality of a DT1350 compared to the T5p? comfort aside and assuming I get the proper fit for the DT1350. dt880smile.png

post #67 of 215
Thread Starter 
For me the DT1350 sounds less resolving than the T5P's. The T5P's are what I would call fast, they handle subtle details so well. So clear as well, like an open window. The DT1350's feel a bit warmer and a little more bass, a little less clear but for their purpose I feel they are the best of what is out there and in comparison to say momentums much clearer and more musical.
post #68 of 215

Thanks for the impressions 

 

I have been eyeing a DT1350 as a cheaper portable (vs T5p) after enjoying the T1 at home beyersmile.png


Edited by xnuthecaveman - 5/10/13 at 8:19pm
post #69 of 215
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Originally Posted by ianmedium View Post

Man, I am so enjoying these T5P's! Ignore some comments here that they are painfully bright, it's a ridiculous opinion of them I feel, go try them out for yourself if you have not already done so!

They are so balanced, bass is deep and clear, top end just so creamy and crystaline and mids are to die for. I have owned or used extensively most of the top of the line headphones out there and yes some better these in some respects on technical points but for an overall picture these are hard to beat.

If you pair them with tubes then they are even harder to beat!

 

Can only second that. Once again enjoying them with electronica -- not a bit harsh and the low end is fascinating every single time: deep, clear, simply a joy to listen to. Yes, they *are* better than the DT1350, but the latter is overall still the most satisfying headphone to take with me. While I do like the M-100 quite a bit, its no contest...

post #70 of 215

I rarely use DT1350 since I have T5p. I like them both, however they are very different headphones in all respects with only a the Beyer sound signature to connect them. I have all that I want from Beyerdynamic's current products with these two headphones, it is a vast coverage. Having much respect for the T1, Beyer's technical pinnacle. 

 

I am certainly on the lookout for a portable beast of an amplifier for the DT1350. My considerations are currently Pico Power and Vorzüge Duo. The HP-P1 is quite good but not quite rough enough for the DT1350, it is too gentle. I believe Furutech's X1 may be a great DT1350 amp/DAC.


Edited by AJHeadfi - 5/14/13 at 1:12am
post #71 of 215
The Sansa Clip DAC/player works very well with the DT1350.
post #72 of 215

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post #73 of 215
Reporting in with my T70s.
post #74 of 215

really excited to use my DT 1350s with the new FiiO X3 on the go.. :)

post #75 of 215

beyers thirst for tubes...beerchug.gif

 

edit....TESLAs thirst for tubes. 

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