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post #706 of 714
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Originally Posted by duente7 View Post
 

guys, do you think it's possible to find a replacement cable for L2? i've been searching on web for a while now and have not seen anything for sale, from Philips or 3rd party..

 

The L2 cable is a basic 3.5mm to 3.5mm or mini to mini TRS cable. In looking for a replacement or in having them made, do note certain casings for the 3.5mm may not fit if they are too chunky to fit with the L2's entry area. 

post #707 of 714
Im worried about the earpads on these :/, if they last 2 years its ok but really I wish they could last more
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post #709 of 714
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Originally Posted by duente7 View Post

what do you think about this cable?..will it be any better than stock one?



 



http://www.amazon.co.uk/Fisual-S-Flex-Mini-3-5mm-Cable/dp/B00B3VS9X0/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1426356718&sr=1-2&keywords=3.5MM+HEADPHONE+CABLE+COPPER



 

 



 



I wouldn't know. I think the stock cable's pretty nice.
post #710 of 714
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Originally Posted by duente7 View Post
 

what do you think about this cable?..will it be any better than stock one?

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Fisual-S-Flex-Mini-3-5mm-Cable/dp/B00B3VS9X0/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1426356718&sr=1-2&keywords=3.5MM+HEADPHONE+CABLE+COPPER

 

Probably fine, though it may leave you wanting in the durability department if the reviews are to be believed (the more critical ones that is). Personally I always go with an angled plug as I find these last me way longer.

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post #712 of 714
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Originally Posted by d marc0 View Post
 

Hi guys! There's a new L2 tour happening...

http://www.head-fi.org/t/759120/philips-fidelio-l2-australia-new-zealand-tour-review-and-impressions

Well done for setting that up, looking forward to your impressions.

post #713 of 714
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Well done for setting that up, looking forward to your impressions.

Thanks!

It'll be interesting to know how this group finds the Fidelio L2's technical ability.

Personally, I really like the clarity and detail. Will be posting my review soon...

post #714 of 714
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Originally Posted by d marc0 View Post
 

Thanks!

It'll be interesting to know how this group finds the Fidelio L2's technical ability.

Personally, I really like the clarity and detail. Will be posting my review soon...


I personally enjoy the tonality and soundstage depth. You can make the most of out of those angled drivers by situating the L2 slightly forward so your ears would be slightly resting on the back of the earpads. Also worth of note is not making the L2 too tight on the head which I found to make the sound brighter. I also find the L2 to be quite responsive of upstream gear albeit without changing its own signature. 

 

I have no experience with changing cables though. 

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