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post #1411 of 1423

Yes.

Same pads as the 77x

post #1412 of 1423
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Originally Posted by Hawaiibadboy View Post
 

 

Just played it through audio analyzer and there is a main rapid flutter hit at 50-55 (53Hz) I think that rapid flutter is the thing you are liking and there is a lower 33Hz hit that rolls in too.

 

Let the sz be non eq and slowly raise those 2 zones along with the gain little by little

 

little gain

 

add some dB to those two spots

 

little more gain

 

add some more to those spots till you find the sweet spot/ bump/thump/kick in the head

 

Thanks, HBB! It's an interesting sound. BTW, for Neutron users: the Gain in the Equalizer screen is not the same as Volume, I just realized I can get output from the S5 close to amp by raising Gain to 17 and then Volume to 93.  Now I can listen to Basshead music directly even if I don't have my amp with me (gets bulky to carry around in my pocket at work... and also, the amps I have seem to be quite affected by interference by the cell signal.... usually have to use airplane mode).

 

In Sz2k news, I am waiting for MR55X pads to arrive to compare massage effect with Alpha pads for myself.... :)

post #1413 of 1423

Cool

Not as comfy or isolating but they should bass your head pretty good:beerchug:

post #1414 of 1423

I bought the last SZ2000 on amazon uk yesterday and it has arrived. I shall be posting soon with my thoughts. I have Denon AH-D7100s and Ultrasone Pro 900s and Rza Chambers to use as bass comparisons too. I'll be honest with which one I enjoy the most for my mostly electronica and hiphop spotify list and won't be ashamed to return the headphones should I not think they have great bass with enough detail.

 

I'll be using the headphone desktop module that comes with the soundblaster ZXR which should have plenty of power considering its price and the EQ will be made quite colored for extra bass.


Edited by leemaniac - 10/22/14 at 11:22am
post #1415 of 1423

Ok so I've played a bit with EQ and power levels. These do have strongest subbass and midbass and pad-wibbling sensations of the lot. I thought the ah-d7100 was really amazing at bass but these are quite simply ridiculous. Without EQ they sound really lifeless but with all the Soundblaster stuff turned on and the amp upto 100%+6db and lows and highs pumped right up these are seriously addictive. I'm not sure if I'm playing them at paper fluttering levels but it's enough for me as my ears are still ringing slightly after 10 minutes with them on! Not sure if it's safe to engage 600ohms mode so will wait for goahead from someone on here before flipping that switch on my soundcard.

 

haha intro to pet shop boys fluorescent made my jaw drop and my ear drums tickle.


Edited by leemaniac - 10/22/14 at 12:33pm
post #1416 of 1423

Okay then can you play this track and tell me how those basslines sound must be crazy:deadhorse:on my WS99 it sounds so damn brutal!!

 


Edited by dailysmoker - 10/22/14 at 2:26pm
post #1417 of 1423
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Originally Posted by leemaniac View Post
 

Ok so I've played a bit with EQ and power levels. These do have strongest subbass and midbass and pad-wibbling sensations of the lot. I thought the ah-d7100 was really amazing at bass but these are quite simply ridiculous. Without EQ they sound really lifeless but with all the Soundblaster stuff turned on and the amp upto 100%+6db and lows and highs pumped right up these are seriously addictive. I'm not sure if I'm playing them at paper fluttering levels but it's enough for me as my ears are still ringing slightly after 10 minutes with them on! Not sure if it's safe to engage 600ohms mode so will wait for goahead from someone on here before flipping that switch on my soundcard.

 

haha intro to pet shop boys fluorescent made my jaw drop and my ear drums tickle.


Let your ears be the judge. If your suffering from that zzzzzzzzzzz....nnnnnnnnnn hummmmm  after the cans are off your head for a bit longer than you like you have reached the limit:D

post #1418 of 1423
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Originally Posted by dailysmoker View Post
 

Okay then can you play this track and tell me how those basslines sound must be crazy:deadhorse:on my WS99 it sounds so damn brutal!!

 


yep that's pretty brutal with these! Actually cannot push upto full volume now that I've stuck 600 output on the amp.

post #1419 of 1423

Yeah it's only 480P haha i have it in flac and then you can push it much further :basshead:,it's on the cd from Modeselektor - Body Language Vol. 8

post #1420 of 1423
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Originally Posted by Hawaiibadboy View Post
 

Cool

Not as comfy or isolating but they should bass your head pretty good:beerchug:

 

Ok, got the MR55X pads, and it's confirmed: vs stock, HM5, and Alpha pads, the MR55X pads DO transfer more buzz to the head. (Did this by testing the same section of "On my Level" at the same volume, changing pads). :atsmile:

post #1421 of 1423
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Originally Posted by katulu View Post
 

 

Ok, got the MR55X pads, and it's confirmed: vs stock, HM5, and Alpha pads, the MR55X pads DO transfer more buzz to the head. (Did this by testing the same section of "On my Level" at the same volume, changing pads). :atsmile:


Cool!!

 

They are not sexy or comfy or isolating but they love to transfer that bass to your head.....PERFECT  to feed that bass addiction!!

post #1422 of 1423

 

 

 

^o^


Edited by kswo - Yesterday at 8:38 pm
post #1423 of 1423
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^o^

 

 

Nice looking setup

 

Bass canon charged....you may fire when ready:D

 

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