- 14 Posts. Joined 8/2014
- Select All Posts By This User
JVC HA-SZ2000/1000 Impressions Thread - Page 92
Gear mentioned in this thread:
post 1854 he shares his sony clearbass settings
Volume at 34 - Flat eq with BBE +8 and Mach3bass +9 or 8 and you got more bass than you should really be hearing for more than 10 minute listening bursts.
If I may........have the Q40's, had the WS99's last week for a few days. Personally I didn't think they were an upgrade and traded them for some V-Moda M-100's. As we say, YMMV.
I'm very anxious to hear some input on these new JVC's. Especially from an "audiophile basshead" perspective (hereby coined for the upgraded basshead experience from the XB500 style cans to the refined D2000/Pro900 or even Q40 quality headphones).
Nonsense the speed and detail of the bass is much better,the highs and mids sound also better then Q40's and i really dig the bass way more then on the Q40's.......so again on all 3 levels they beat the Q40's.....
In the sub-bass (60hz and below) the sz has a lot more. From 100-200Hz its what a 55mm should do and beyond that it's veiled though I prefer the signature. I got brain burn in.
If you amp and boost the low end a lot I'd rec the sz in a second if your not keen on eq or amp I'd stick with what you got which are nice cans themselves.
Most of my friends are DJ's or wannabe DJ's. The in club experience is something I do 2 times a month and it sounds nothing like audiophile type cans. The club is dark and bass is bumping and you can hear them singing and the effects deck.....my sz are like that. They are not like open back cans and the live shows are not either. It's personal taste. You'd have to change the pads to 55x for the best bass but it would be the best bass....by the basshead definition.
If you are willing to grab 55x pads off ebay, amp, and have a way to lift the sub-bass I would rec these. Pad switching is critical. The stock pads are horrible.