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post #2551 of 6615
Huh, so a headphone made of concrete must have much better imaging than the HD800. Interesting...
post #2552 of 6615
Sigh
Ever since getting the mad dog I thought I must be a total bass head as I haven't been happy with their bass.
Slipped them on this morning without my glasses on...
Well!!!
Sad part is the type of glasses I have and the fact that I do most of my listening at work means I am stuffed for getting a good seal ever.
Bugger.
Was only after reading the post earlier about glasses and to seal that I put 2 and 2 together.
Hmn wonder if wifey will let me spend $5k on laser eye therapy so my $300 headphones sound better...?
Lol
post #2553 of 6615
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

Huh, so a headphone made of concrete must have much better imaging than the HD800. Interesting...
Would depend on the grade of concrete.
I also recommend rio for further reenforcement.
post #2554 of 6615

It's all about seal with the MD and AD. You must have a good seal for good bass period. 

 

Lasik surgery is a lot cheaper here. You can pay like $100 for a year in installments. 

post #2555 of 6615
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Originally Posted by Wyd4 View Post

Sigh
Ever since getting the mad dog I thought I must be a total bass head as I haven't been happy with their bass.
Slipped them on this morning without my glasses on...
Well!!!
Sad part is the type of glasses I have and the fact that I do most of my listening at work means I am stuffed for getting a good seal ever.
Bugger.
Was only after reading the post earlier about glasses and to seal that I put 2 and 2 together.
Hmn wonder if wifey will let me spend $5k on laser eye therapy so my $300 headphones sound better...?
Lol

 

My wife did the laser eye surgery and says it was one of the best things she's ever done...just saying :)

 

 

...and she doesn't listen to headphones even!

post #2556 of 6615
Haha everything is cheaper there I think lol.
Fairly sure you can even get burson products cheaper than I can and I work the city they are based in lol.
Stupid straya tax
post #2557 of 6615
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Nice. I get it.

 

Nice...that one almost just slipped by

post #2558 of 6615
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Originally Posted by DaemonSire View Post

My wife did the laser eye surgery and says it was one of the best things she's ever done...just saying smily_headphones1.gif


...and she doesn't listen to headphones even!

I reckon.
I am getting more bass straight out of an ak100 Without glasses than I get on my work desk amp with glasses on.
Not just bass. More body to the sound as well
post #2559 of 6615

Would anyone early-owners care to comment on the cable flexibility?

post #2560 of 6615

The AD cable is rubbery and flexible. I'd say 7.5 of 10. 

post #2561 of 6615
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The AD cable is rubbery and flexible. I'd say 7.5 of 10. 

+1 zero concerns on my end.
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post #2562 of 6615

I do wish that it was about a foot longer. Very nice cable though. 

post #2563 of 6615
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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post
 

The AD cable is rubbery and flexible. I'd say 7.5 of 10. 

 

I would agree with Matt the cable is quite nice for such a small operation like Dan has. Flexible, durable, and functional, which is all you really need. Not the prettiest thing to look at but if you want something with nicer aesthetics order the connectors and make one, or have someone else make one for you. 

post #2564 of 6615
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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post

The AD cable is rubbery and flexible. I'd say 7.5 of 10. 

+1 zero concerns on my end.

 

Thanks, that sounds great.  Photos make them appear a bit fat and maybe stiff but looks can be deceiving...such as the Denon D5000 cable that looks good in photos but is a bit annoying in real life.

post #2565 of 6615
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Originally Posted by Wyd4 View Post

Sigh
Ever since getting the mad dog I thought I must be a total bass head as I haven't been happy with their bass.
Slipped them on this morning without my glasses on...
Well!!!
Sad part is the type of glasses I have and the fact that I do most of my listening at work means I am stuffed for getting a good seal ever.
Bugger.
Was only after reading the post earlier about glasses and to seal that I put 2 and 2 together.
Hmn wonder if wifey will let me spend $5k on laser eye therapy so my $300 headphones sound better...?
Lol

 

Get contacts maybe.

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