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Originally Posted by Hawaiibadboy View Post
 

Thanks!! So it's sitting off your ears with the ones in the pic? Is that diminishing impact of rumble of bass?  I think these will look like beasts with Alpha pads. If they hold that hit and ruble I will be among the happiest guys on Hi-Fi .org:D


Both sit off my ears, but i liked the Beyerdynamic more for bass rumble. It actually took me some time to get used to, but in the end the SQ is really good with the Beyerdynamic. If you're going to get a replacement pad for these, the EDT770V might be a really good choice.

post #647 of 1370
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Originally Posted by Kukyo View Post
 


Both sit off my ears, but i liked the Beyerdynamic more for bass rumble. It actually took me some time to get used to, but in the end the SQ is really good with the Beyerdynamic. If you're going to get a replacement pad for these, the EDT770V might be a really good choice.

 

Well...I'm done hp hunting but I'm now off to get some pads Thanks:D

post #648 of 1370

Will the Emotiva min-x or Audio Gd NFB 15.32 work well with the SZ2000? 

post #649 of 1370

Are these better than DX1000 and DX700 ? What is the difference between SZ2000 and 1000 ? How do they compare with Fostex TH600 and TH900 ?


Edited by richbass - 3/15/14 at 7:29am
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Originally Posted by richbass View Post
 

Are these better than DX1000 and DX700 ? What is the difference between SZ2000 and 1000 ? How do they compare with Fostex TH600 and TH900 ?

Your naming some very expensive cans:blink:

 

Those are designed for audiophiles.

 

The sz series was directed at a different market. It was a failure.

 

 

 

 

The flow chart for the 900 is beautiful. The sz2000 less so but it is very loud in the lowest freq which gives it the thunderous rumble. I wouldn't amp a th900 to it's limit because it costs..what?...right.

 

The sz2000 is a basshead can. The louder you go the more it comes together. Carbon nanotube coated drivers are 6 times stronger than titanium...what does that mean?? I dunno? xcept these are the first cans to go louder than my ears can accept. They won't distort. a 20,30,Hz note is as clear as you'll ever here it... on these cans. 

 

I can't blow them with an e12 but I can make my ears feel pain by sheer power.  They do sound really nice and yeah...they cost 200 bucks. That's a steal compared to what you can get for that money.  It's a bass lab in a cup. It's a bassheads wet dream.

It's not a Fostex or flagship set of cans. Was never supposed to be.  your name is richbass...if you are rich...I say grab em cuz you can get your bass fix in gobs and thumping chunks...if it's either or of course you get the flagships.

 

I'm a fanboy but I'm not nutz

post #651 of 1370
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Originally Posted by Hawaiibadboy View Post
 

Your naming some very expensive cans:blink:

 

Those are designed for audiophiles.

 

The sz series was directed at a different market. It was a failure.

 

 

 

 

The flow chart for the 900 is beautiful. The sz2000 less so but it is very loud in the lowest freq which gives it the thunderous rumble. I wouldn't amp a th900 to it's limit because it costs..what?...right.

 

The sz2000 is a basshead can. The louder you go the more it comes together. Carbon nanotube coated drivers are 6 times stronger than titanium...what does that mean?? I dunno? xcept these are the first cans to go louder than my ears can accept. They won't distort. a 20,30,Hz note is as clear as you'll ever here it... on these cans. 

 

I can't blow them with an e12 but I can make my ears feel pain by sheer power.  They do sound really nice and yeah...they cost 200 bucks. That's a steal compared to what you can get for that money.  It's a bass lab in a cup. It's a bassheads wet dream.

It's not a Fostex or flagship set of cans. Was never supposed to be.  your name is richbass...if you are rich...I say grab em cuz you can get your bass fix in gobs and thumping chunks...if it's either or of course you get the flagships.

 

I'm a fanboy but I'm not nutz


 Haha right. I got it. The TH-600 would be better in representing the other frequencies as well but this......BOOOOOOMBASTIC !

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 Haha right. I got it. The TH-600 would be better in representing the other frequencies as well but this......BOOOOOOMBASTIC !

 

When I settle down and get a tube amp and rediscover Rock,Classic music back home in Hawaii a DX1000 and or Fostex 900 will be right there but I need portable (these are heavy though) and I need a bass level that will shame anyone else who dares claim they have the best bass cans. no...I got those. I can blow peoples ******* ears off. I'm not joking. I'm already rounding up some friends from the military base who love bass and have nice bass cans....we gonna bbq...I'm gonna roast them.  I already met a friend with M100 and we played the same track

 

 

He was very sad....it was not any where near close.  Now he bought these sz2000 this week. He's spreading the gospel:D

 

Hopefully I can catch some folks by surprise at the BBQ. We all get this track using mp3fiber.....hardest hitting bass wins. 

 

The cans you named should be respected. These cans ....these are for  making yourself laugh saying holy ****!!....then enjoying watching your friends do the same...with your cans. These were TOTALLY unknown to me. That's part of what's cool....nobody ever sees this coming till it's caving their eardrums in.

 

Good times!!!

 

Amp the hell out of em'...they are cnt.....they are gonna be fine. 


Edited by Hawaiibadboy - 3/15/14 at 8:20am
post #653 of 1370

That track sure rumbles on my TH600s

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Well getting the driver off your ear definitely helps with the mids and highs. Bass sounds tighter and still supremely impactful. I figured the XX series over ear cups from JVC would fit and certainly not diminish low end...it tightened it.

post #655 of 1370
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Originally Posted by Hawaiibadboy View Post
 

 

Well getting the driver off your ear definitely helps with the mids and highs. Bass sounds tighter and still supremely impactful. I figured the XX series over ear cups from JVC would fit and certainly not diminish low end...it tightened it.


They do look like a better fit, but i hate pleather in general (makes my ears sweat and it gets uncomfortable really fast...). Might give it a try though.

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They came! 3 days from Japan awesome

Had a quick listen. Mostly mid bass hear and almost no sub bass. Requires a lot of burn in for the bass to come through I guess
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They came! 3 days from Japan awesome

Had a quick listen. Mostly mid bass hear and almost no sub bass. Requires a lot of burn in for the bass to come through I guess

Congrats,

 

Try this

 

for sub 40Hz...turn it up

 

No subbass isn't really possible by the design. It's dropping the freq via chambers. Gotta be the music or eq.

 

Congrats. Change the pads and your all set

post #658 of 1370

In wanted them off my ear. before trying soft leather which may or may not effect punchiness I went with the 55x pads because cans titled xtreme xplode should have pads that don't interfere with the xplosion:rolleyes:

 

They feel fine. They maybe tighten the bass and definitely bring out the mids and highs better. I had a long head thumping session last night:L3000:

post #659 of 1370
Anyone tried them with Alpha pads?
post #660 of 1370
Or HM5 pads?
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