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post #2866 of 9033

Makes sense.  That's pretty much what I figured the AD would do to the MD's bass.

post #2867 of 9033

Dan,

 

Good to talk with you at the RMAF!

post #2868 of 9033

I kind of see it as my only experience with a bass comparison that I really can make similar to this:

When I got my HE-500 I definitely noticed less "bass" than my cousin's DT990s; however, the fact that the bass on my HE-500 seemed to extend deeper and is faster, seemed to give my HE-500 more satisfying bass with more IMPACT as well (due to both the faster attack and the extension). Sure, the DT990 has more bass and bloom, but the fact that the HE-500 has a much faster attack and much deeper extension, it has a more satisfying result. I hope this makes sense, it's kind of hard to explain what I'm saying, but it's pretty much what I've been thinking throughout this whole conversation and it seems to match what Dan said.

post #2869 of 9033

+1

post #2870 of 9033

Will there be a 15 day return policy on the upgrades? I understand if not, but that would be reassuring to those of us who are hesitant...

post #2871 of 9033

Sorry, that's not possible.  If you're worried about it for upgrades, wait for a meet or more impressions...  I think for most people this will be a real non-issue, but there's no such thing as a 100% agreement on anything, right?  So if you're worried be patient.  We're not going anywhere...:beerchug:

post #2872 of 9033
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Originally Posted by mrspeakers View Post
 

Sorry, that's not possible.  If you're worried about it for upgrades, wait for a meet or more impressions...  I think for most people this will be a real non-issue, but there's no such thing as a 100% agreement on anything, right?  So if you're worried be patient.  We're not going anywhere...:beerchug:

 

Fair enough... :popcorn:

post #2873 of 9033

And hey, Change is Good.  

post #2874 of 9033

Man this is killing me, I can't wait til mine arrive!

post #2875 of 9033


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Originally Posted by mrspeakers View Post
 

And hey, Change is Good.

 

Oh...

 

Hola MisterSpeakers!

 

Edit: Change really is Good! (finally got it, duhhh!)

:beerchug:


Edited by Change is Good - 10/13/13 at 8:36pm
post #2876 of 9033

I was fortunate enough to attend the RMAF and try most of the headphones in CanJam.  I should start off by saying that Dan was by FAR the most mannered and professional vendor within the CanJam.  Not to say that other vendors were rude, but Dan just came off as one of the vendors that really wanted to be there, actively tried to engage in conversations, by asking his customers how the enjoyed the Alpha dogs.  Honestly, if it wasn't for the great experience I had, I probably wouldn't even be posting here.  Some of the vendors were complete ******** and came off to me as if they didn't give two craps about their headphones, and that meant a lot to me.

 

As for the Alpha dogs themselves, I have to say that they really do live up to being one of the best closed headphone I have tried.  There was a Closed-headphone at the Finals Audios station that was priced at around the same price (600 dollars), and I forget the name of it, but if I was ever in the need of a closed headphone, it would definitely go to the Alpha Dogs or the Final Audios, mainly because I feel that they had the best Price / Performance ratio.

 

The sound was incredibly open and detailed, and the Mad Dogs wasnt even in the same tier.  You could obviously still tell that it was a closed headphone (because it is), but the imaging was just incredibly well done.  

 

My girlfriend and I did ultimately prefer the Fostex TH900s, which cost many times more, but I would say that the were on the equal or being better than the TH600s.  I did not care too much for the LCD-XC's (meaning I personally preferred Alpha Dogs & Fostex TH600&900s to these).  I should note that the sources were all slightly different for the headphones and that could have made an impact.

 

I just wanted to thank Dan for being awesome (I should have asked for a picture), and for selling awesome products, that is all.  If you do remember, I was one of the much younger looking military Asian guy with the asian girlfriend on Friday.

post #2877 of 9033

Man I wish I lived in the states sometimes :(

post #2878 of 9033

Can't wait till there's a meet in Seattle...

post #2879 of 9033
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Originally Posted by younglee200 View Post

I was fortunate enough to attend the RMAF and try most of the headphones in CanJam.  I should start off by saying that Dan was by FAR the most mannered and professional vendor within the CanJam.  Not to say that other vendors were rude, but Dan just came off as one of the vendors that really wanted to be there, actively tried to engage in conversations, by asking his customers how the enjoyed the Alpha dogs.
And that's why they seated him near the door, he was the perfect welcome party biggrin.gif
post #2880 of 9033

cant wait to hear the alpha dogs in the NY meet in a few weeks. should be getting my mad dogs today or tomorrow, so i can see the difference first hand.

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