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post #7546 of 8806

So, I want to start playing with the bass port. But before I do so, I just want to verify this...

 

The sticker in the box mentions that the right side is 5 turns and left side is 3 turns. Does that mean if I fully close the vent, and I do 5 turns on the right and 3 turns on the left, the headphones will be back at factory settings?

 

:beerchug:

post #7547 of 8806

What I'd suggest is only doing half turns at a time in any direction, and if you happen to leave it in a position - to write down exactly how many turns you made. Turning the screw fully shut can damage the internal part of the cup where the port is - likewise fully turning it out can stuff up the cups as well.

 

I only notice it to be a minor difference with my AD, so I don't usually use the screw.

post #7548 of 8806
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Originally Posted by HarleyZH View Post
 

What I'd suggest is only doing half turns at a time in any direction, and if you happen to leave it in a position - to write down exactly how many turns you made. Turning the screw fully shut can damage the internal part of the cup where the port is - likewise fully turning it out can stuff up the cups as well.

 

I only notice it to be a minor difference with my AD, so I don't usually use the screw.


I was just curious from which point the 3/5 count was made so I can always accurately recreate factory settings.

post #7549 of 8806
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Originally Posted by DavidVDS View Post

So, I want to start playing with the bass port. But before I do so, I just want to verify this...

The sticker in the box mentions that the right side is 5 turns and left side is 3 turns. Does that mean if I fully close the vent, and I do 5 turns on the right and 3 turns on the left, the headphones will be back at factory settings?

beerchug.gif

Yes. With 5 turns there probably isn't much range left though.
post #7550 of 8806

Has anyone tried the russian 6n23p tubes? I'm thinking about buying a pair from rb2013 and wanted to know if anyone has opinions on them

post #7551 of 8806

If they're not the "Rocket Logo" Voskhod 6N23Ps then I wouldn't buy them.

post #7552 of 8806
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Originally Posted by Mullet View Post
 

If they're not the "Rocket Logo" Voskhod 6N23Ps then I wouldn't buy them.

They are 1973 Voskhod Rockets


Edited by tehsprayer - 7/9/14 at 9:10am
post #7553 of 8806

My Alpha Dog arrived yesterday. I'm impressed :) . Thank you head-fi and Dan :beyersmile:

post #7554 of 8806
^^^Mine will arrive Saturday, tell me more, DAC, amp, music and details about how your AD's sound? Please
post #7555 of 8806

My right cup slider keeps falling down. I tried to tighten the screw but it is still slowly falling down, any other ways to fix this?

 

EDIT: Getting a part sent, problem is getting solved even it is small :D


Edited by tehsprayer - 7/10/14 at 12:23pm
post #7556 of 8806
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Originally Posted by tehsprayer View Post
 

My right cup slider keeps falling down. I tried to tighten the screw but it is still slowly falling down, any other ways to fix this?

 

PM me and we'll sort it right out.  

post #7557 of 8806
Hello has anyone tried using a gungnir and Lyr 2 with their Alpha Dogs?
post #7558 of 8806
I wouldn't mind getting some input on this.
I'm a brand new owner of the Alpha Dogs of a pair purchased in April.
I find certain frequencies sound very rough while others are smooth.
Another issue I have is the sub bass is loose and not well defined =[
Anyone else feel the same way?
post #7559 of 8806
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Originally Posted by GL1TCH3D View Post

I wouldn't mind getting some input on this.
I'm a brand new owner of the Alpha Dogs of a pair purchased in April.
I find certain frequencies sound very rough while others are smooth.
Another issue I have is the sub bass is loose and not well defined =[
Anyone else feel the same way?


Not at all.

 

We may need to know more.  How is the seal?  And what is your associated equipment?  Lastly, what kind of music are you listening to?  Your description reminds me of some Black Metal I have listened to...

post #7560 of 8806
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Originally Posted by GL1TCH3D View Post

I wouldn't mind getting some input on this.
I'm a brand new owner of the Alpha Dogs of a pair purchased in April.
I find certain frequencies sound very rough while others are smooth.
Another issue I have is the sub bass is loose and not well defined =[
Anyone else feel the same way?

It could also be that the previous owner has messed with the bass-tuning. You should check that too. Otherwise, I don't know how you got that problem.

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