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Do not worry, I understand a lot of fun.

But, how can I argue?

Much is not understood. Example:

009 Which technique? what he does with his technique? He is analytical and both musically and in terms of what distinguishes Stax 20 years ago - no comparison.

So, what special technique? WTF do you mean by technique? if your listening to any modern Stax your looking for that effortless precision and speed.

Then Ultrasone. There is not a Ultrasone headphones, which is really good. I have no experience with Ultrasone... no comment...

Boom, boom, boom, and no man can endure a 10 edition long

Sennheiser HD800: Very good headphones, but a piece of technical sound The HD800 is very analytical yes... BUT it can be emotional with the right tube amp

Audez'e: There was only one good Audez'e - LCD2 Rev1. What about the LCD3? I do fancy those...

Hifiman: Let's give Dr. Fang Biang some time. HE-500 is pretty darn good!

Grado: Not for all applications. Ummm PS500/ with or without the G-cush FTW

T1: 600 ohms - does not fit perfectly for all amps. Sonically not bad, but specific. I strongly dislike the T1... no comment...

Wait just a little. The K812 shows them how it sounds when balance is perfect. And then they also understand what a 009 can not.

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If you want to skip, then they do it anyway. No one stops them.

It may be that they do not like to read certain things. But sorry, that's not my problem.

They have a K812 thread here. And they get information.

Whether they want to believe this information is solely their decision.

If they see it as a hype, okay, so I have to live.

well I'm not really interested in the k812 any more and honestly :3 your only compliant about the T1 was the ohms, so I've got no beef with u there ;3. We just miss nomaxs insanity 

 

Also why does THAT post of yours... read so... nicely? your english is usually terrible but that's well that's some good english imo 

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What is the difference between T1 and T90 actually? Do they have the same tesla drivers?

 

I'm not entirely sure, from the people who own the T1 and T90 the T1 is apprently a refined retune of the T90 driver... I could be wrong, but what the impressions seem to follow the idea that the T1 is simply a 600ohm retune of the T90, with the T90 being much brighter due to that bigger treble spike. 

 

if you look at freq graphs for both of them, they are VERY simmilar with only the Treble spike being the differeance 

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... I miss Nomax. He was so cheerful yet not... offense... or too... stupid?

 

Micheal the point of a TOTL is to be complicated, we all like that the HD 800 was built from the ground up, Senn literally started from scratch. That's how a TOT: should be made [unless your Beyer and your building a TOTL from a former Flag Ship, they took a wonderful Dt 880 and fixed all it's issues TADA T1] 

 

ehm, please do provide us with some pics of your Omega and your SR009 

 

other wise we might just start to skip over your posts and ignore you [which guys why haven't we yet?] 

too fun to mess with him!

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600 ohms are ok. There are advantages. Example: Less weight of the coil.

However, they must shoot at 600 ohms, the electrons literally inside - do not get me wrong - but that has to make the amp. Not easy.

The problem is somewhat higher concentration of sound - a little less bandwidth

300 (250) ohm would have been better for the T1. My opinion.

well the 250 ohm T1 is the T90,  the T90 is literally the same can... except it's cheaper, has less resitance and slighty more treble [which some find to b an issue]

 

No they're not literally the same can. Their sound signatures are different and the T1 has angled drivers which can make a huge difference in soundstage depth.

 

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Originally Posted by emertxe View Post

 

What is the difference between T1 and T90 actually? Do they have the same tesla drivers?

 

I'm not sure if they use the same drivers or not but even if they do, they are different from each other in more ways than just their impedance. See above.


Edited by devhen - 10/5/13 at 12:46pm
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No they're not literally the same can. Their sound signatures are different and the T1 has angled drivers which can make a huge difference in soundstage depth.

 

 

I'm not sure if they use the same drivers or not but even if they do, they are different from each other in more ways than just their impedance. See above.

 

See that's what I was looking for, it could be the same driver but ANGLED dude that's awesome! I LOVE angled drivers. Gives the w1000x such a realistic depth to the sound stage 

 

So I wasn't 100% sure what the differeance was, but either way. Looking forward to getting a T90 and then one day a T1 :3

 

Still good to hear the T1 has the angled drivers and the higher impedance! Still I wish Beyer would have angled drivers in some of their lower end cans :/, my w1000x spoils me in that regard :3

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Nomax is Here still watching you Guys!regards
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Nomax is Here still watching you Guys!regards

Our champion RETURNS!

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Nomax is Here still watching you Guys!regards

 

This must be the most objective and informative post in this thread! Bravo! :beerchug: 

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This must be the most objective and informative post in this thread! Bravo! :beerchug: 

Well played!

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Lovely HD800, tempted to post a similar image :tongue_smile: 

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Our champion RETURNS!
thanks but i Wish you a Nice conversation about????this is not normal whats going on Here!regards from austria
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The HD800 is very analytical yes... BUT it can be emotional with the right tube amp
 

 

And? What they then believe to have?

The texture of a HD800 is then gone. What do I get? No HD800.

The brother of the HD800, I do not know, with a pleasant sound - because tube.

And? What would that be? Matching?

If they want to construct a set of headphones themselves? Please.

 

 

 

They say it anyway. Analytically. And why is a headphone analytically, which costs so much money?

Have they been asked this question?

I have. Very often.

See it: I have no interest in a hype. why? I have nothing of it. Again, let it surprise you. You will understand what means perfect balance.

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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post

 

See that's what I was looking for, it could be the same driver but ANGLED dude that's awesome! I LOVE angled drivers. Gives the w1000x such a realistic depth to the sound stage 

 

So I wasn't 100% sure what the differeance was, but either way. Looking forward to getting a T90 and then one day a T1 :3

 

Still good to hear the T1 has the angled drivers and the higher impedance! Still I wish Beyer would have angled drivers in some of their lower end cans :/, my w1000x spoils me in that regard :3

 

I hear ya there! I wish all the manufacturers would. As it stands, they seem to reserve angled drivers for their most expensive headphones despite it being possible to angle drivers on mid- and budget-fi cans without really increasing the cost of production at all. Putting angled pads on something like the HD600 could be a revelation but I doubt Sennheiser would do it because they would have a hard time charging any more than $100 for a simple set of pads. Its high time manufacturers stop pretending that angled drivers are only something they can afford to do in their highest priced models because that's bull.


Edited by devhen - 10/5/13 at 1:07pm
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Lovely HD800, tempted to post a similar image :tongue_smile: 

 

Its super minty! I literally have had them 2 days! They have been on my buy list a long time... and I've spent so much time with them I decided finally to man up and snag them... new... locally...

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