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here goes my offering on this babe!

 

some images to share with those of you interested

 

 

 

 

only wonder if it may be over weighted!

I didn't find the Beats Pro to be too heavy, so I think I'll be fine o2smile.gif

post #32 of 789
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....only wonder if it may be over weighted!

I'm hitting the gym today to start working on my neck muscles!

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Damn, is this the world's first full-sized headphone with two drivers!? eek.gif I guess I'm holding off on the WS99 then!

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Holy Carbon... Finally, they managed to pull it off and hopefully we won't die from all that CNT. I can't wait. 

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post #37 of 789
They are huge. They are expensive. But they might sound pretty darned amazing! :-)
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I'm more hyped after seening that video biggrin.gif
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http://www.gakki.me/n_pre/?p=2013042404

 

You'll need Google translate.

 

Interesting that these are apparently 16 ohm cans....

post #41 of 789
If I had the money...
post #42 of 789

LOL, 3 pages in a half day. Hypetrain is strong in this one!

 

 

 

 

And I love it! :D  

 

Looks like the prayers were heard, still unsure about dual drivers but we will see. I do have a feeling JVC put some effort into this one, it's their expensiest "comsumer grade" headphones, a big stepup from previous, looks like they saw the potential of CNT. If they do it right, there's a big potential cash flow they have on their hands.


Edited by RPGWiZaRD - 4/24/13 at 9:41am
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Remember the other full sized JVCs? They sucked I heard... hopefully these are MUCH better! biggrin.gif
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You guys should do exercises more regularly. My Technics RP-DH1200 weights several times the JVC. I am sure my D7000 and DH800 are also far heavier.

Good cans don't do cheap and flimsy material.

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Originally Posted by Baxide View Post

You guys should do exercises more regularly. My Technics RP-DH1200 weights several times the JVC. I am sure my D7000 and DH800 are also far heavier.

Good cans don't do cheap and flimsy material.

 

Apparant from the Japanese specification, these new JVCs are 480 gram and 450 gram in weight, respectively.


Edited by Greeni - 4/24/13 at 10:33am
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