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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post

 

Lol! I totally read that wrong blink.gif


i was thinking the same as you, and pulling exactly that face beyersmile.png

post #332 of 788
I just find all black headphones kinda stealthy. At least compared to the likes of Fostex TH 900 or Ultrasone Signature DJ. I also see that they are huge. Lol
Edited by pietcux - 6/5/13 at 12:29pm
post #333 of 788

11 hours 23 minutes ago

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Originally Posted by gikigill View Post

Writing the review as I type this.
 

 

This better be good  tongue_smile.gif

post #334 of 788
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Originally Posted by Luv My BASS 1 View Post

I can't speak for the sound, but I would assume that the 2000 sounds better, as there's nothing else (I.e exotic materials) to set it apart from the 1000.

there are differences in material

the 2000 uses a brass housing inside and silver plated copper wire, whereas the 1000 uses copper wire but im not too sure about the housing

not sure what these changes would do for the sound though

post #335 of 788
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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post

Lol! I totally read that wrong blink.gif

Going by his most recent reply, it looks as if you read it RIGHT afterall biggrin.gif
post #336 of 788
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Originally Posted by nicholars View Post

11 hours 23 minutes ago

 

This better be good  tongue_smile.gif

This made me LOL

post #337 of 788
Oh it is good buddy, it is the best bssshead can ever for the price.

Free JVC SZ2000 to anyone who can get a better audiophile bssshead can for tree fiddy.
post #338 of 788
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Originally Posted by gikigill View Post

Oh it is good buddy, it is the best bssshead can ever for the price.

Free JVC SZ2000 to anyone who can get a better audiophile bssshead can for tree fiddy.

Bold statement there!
post #339 of 788
Powered by a vintage amp headphone out ,the bass was thundering like a sub but with full deep notes that are tight as a drum. The mids and highs retain their clarity and presence.
post #340 of 788
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Originally Posted by gikigill View Post

Powered by a vintage amp headphone out ,the bass was thundering like a sub but with full deep notes that are tight as a drum. The mids and highs retain their clarity and presence.

 

Can you please quickly comment on mids vs highs balance which is a critical factor for me. :p

post #341 of 788
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Originally Posted by gikigill View Post

Powered by a vintage amp headphone out ,the bass was thundering like a sub but with full deep notes that are tight as a drum. The mids and highs retain their clarity and presence.

Speaking of the amp, are you saying that these need good amplification?
post #342 of 788
Mids and highs are clean and clear, no messy or subdued mids or highs. Treble is present without any sibilant behaviour. Well controlled with just the tiniest lack of sparkle.
post #343 of 788
They perform well with portable amps but to bring out the really low frequencies, you need plenty of power. My combo was an iBasso DB2 hooked up with a class A Sherwood amp pushing 65W/8ohm per channel.I was using the headphones out so don't panic. The PB2 performed well too with its reserves of power.

Tracks by Hans Zimmer really shine as the JVC handle their big sounds effortlessly.
post #344 of 788
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Originally Posted by gikigill View Post

They perform well with portable amps but to bring out the really low frequencies, you need plenty of power. My combo was an iBasso DB2 hooked up with a class A Sherwood amp pushing 65W/8ohm per channel.I was using the headphones out so don't panic. The PB2 performed well too with its reserves of power.

Tracks by Hans Zimmer really shine as the JVC handle their big sounds effortlessly.

You are talking my language. My headphone stations, actually two of them, are powered by vintage Kenwood integrated amps from 1978. The headphone out is unreal.

Um, did I miss where the review is?
post #345 of 788
Um, did I miss where the review is?[/quote]

Hint..hint...
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