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post #2011 of 2016
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Originally Posted by Hawaiibadboy View Post
 

What do the numbers say about the cans above?

 

I tested them with the same track,hardware and eq slope and the SZ NEEDED the juice.

 

Those #'s seem to indicate an idevice would be enough to properly drive the SZ....my ipod classic is a paper weight now.

I have vids demonstrating bass switch effects on the e12 and C5 and NOBODY did that before and nobody demonstrated the relative energy a set of cans would put out until a channel with 100,000 views was built around that show.

 

These cans have demonstrated more than any set on the site because they do something you can see and that is rare and that is why you cant take vids of ultrasones or ____ cuz you'd be watching what??

 

Not this!

 

Take the amp out the chain and you'd see what an Ultrasone Pro 900 does with that sub-bass........nothing

 

I'm not trying to deny that it may need more power than normal when you boost the bass, volume, etc. I'm just looking for concrete numbers. There are formulas to determine normal power requirements for headphones, so if it's different for this one, I'm trying to figure out how to crunch the numbers.

 

(Sure, I can just use whatever amp, but I like to be more precise than that.)

post #2012 of 2016
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Originally Posted by Music Alchemist View Post
 

 

I'm not trying to deny that it may need more power than normal when you boost the bass, volume, etc. I'm just looking for concrete numbers. There are formulas to determine normal power requirements for headphones, so if it's different for this one, I'm trying to figure out how to crunch the numbers.

 

(Sure, I can just use whatever amp, but I like to be more precise than that.)


Yeah, I get it.

I cannot be the one (maybe someone else) can be specific.

 

e12 high gain and bass on, volume pot 60%

C5 high gain and bass on volume pot 40%

 

 

the e12 is 880mW and the C5 is 800mW so those #'s should be flipped but they are not......specs are a funny thing sometimes:confused:

post #2013 of 2016
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Originally Posted by Hawaiibadboy View Post
 

Yeah, I get it.

I cannot be the one (maybe someone else) can be specific.

 

e12 high gain and bass on, volume pot 60%

C5 high gain and bass on volume pot 40%

 

the e12 is 880mW and the C5 is 800mW so those #'s should be flipped but they are not......specs are a funny thing sometimes:confused:

 

The E12's max output power at 16 ohms is 600 mW. I can't find specs for the Cayin C5 at 16 ohms.


Edited by Music Alchemist - 3/24/15 at 11:19pm
post #2014 of 2016
Ehm.. So basically these are a lot like XB500 (just in a different league, obviously...) I'am guessing then. Both are extremely capable and dynamic headphones, yet they crave for EQ in order to sound at their best and make them actually sound how they are supposed to.
post #2015 of 2016
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Originally Posted by SmOgER View Post

Ehm.. So basically these are a lot like XB500 (just in a different league, obviously...) I'am guessing then. Both are extremely capable and dynamic headphones, yet they crave for EQ in order to sound at their best and make them actually sound how they are supposed to.

No they are not, maybe because they are for bassheads then yes, but you can compare both at http://en.goldenears.net/index.php?mid=GR_Headphones&document_srl=49622 and http://en.goldenears.net/14908 as you can see they are different in sound signature, sony makes boomy headphones which i like actually, jvc makes bass solid and very punchy so if they amped properly they are truly paper shakers.

post #2016 of 2016
Of course out of the box they have different sigs, I never said they have similar FR.
Driver(s) dynamics has nothing to do with FR graph.
Edited by SmOgER - 3/26/15 at 4:20am
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