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Originally Posted by Dubstep Girl View Post

Beyer T1 is not tizzy or unrefined with the right amp. Unfortunately the ps1000 is horribly bright and grainy regardless of amp, its one of the worst headphones ive heard and it cost me the most as well.


I have yet to hear the T1 (or the AKG new flagship), but it should be at the DC meet in a few weeks. The DT770/880/990 didn't sound very good to me--perhaps I'll like the T1 more.

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Originally Posted by Dubstep Girl View Post

Beyer T1 is not tizzy or unrefined with the right amp. Unfortunately the ps1000 is horribly bright and grainy regardless of amp, its one of the worst headphones ive heard and it cost me the most as well.

I'm in total agreement...sounds like dubstep girl's ears and mine are shaped the same way!!!

post #2433 of 3874
I found them a bit tizzy and I was using a warm amp. I had a love/hate relationship with the Beyer T1.
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I just got a review pair of the lCD X for Audeze and been listening to them  since yesterday on first the WA7 and now today on the WA5 single ended and they sound very open.Much more so than the lCD2 I have here also. This may be their best effort gets and possibly their best headphone. I like what I been hearing .

 

Daft Punk rocking my head now!!!!!

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Originally Posted by Frank I View Post

I just got a review pair of the lCD X for Audeze and been listening to them  since yesterday on first the WA7 and now today on the WA5 single ended and they sound very open.Much more so than the lCD2 I have here also. This may be their best effort gets and possibly their best headphone. I like what I been hearing .

Daft Punk rocking my head now!!!!!

The XC sound more open than the LCD-2. I'd love to hear them out of a WA5 :-)
post #2436 of 3874

The WA5 playing nice with the X so sure it would  be nice with the XC as well

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Originally Posted by Frank I View Post

The WA5 playing nice with the X so sure it would  be nice with the XC as well

I'd love to hear it but, unfortunately, WA5 is way out of my league. I'll stick to my cheap & cheerful Burson Conductor :-)
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Tony the Burson is an excellent product had it here and enjoyed the sound of the Conductor. Burson makes excellent products.

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Tony the Burson is an excellent product had it here and enjoyed the sound of the Conductor. Burson makes excellent products.

Oh yeah, I agree with you. I just meant cheap & cheerful relative to the WA5.
post #2440 of 3874

I just wrote a review of the LCD-X here. Spoiler: I think they're fantastic.

post #2441 of 3874
Just a question, since I didn't see any mention of this in all the posts I've read:
Would my clas r and sr71b be enough to drive the lcdx — balanced of course ?
Thanks
J
post #2442 of 3874
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Originally Posted by John0405 View Post

Just a question, since I didn't see any mention of this in all the posts I've read:
Would my clas r and sr71b be enough to drive the lcdx — balanced of course ?
Thanks
J

No experience with the clas r, but the sr71b has plenty of power. Haven't heard them together to speak about the synergy.
post #2443 of 3874
Thanks smily_headphones1.gif
If anyone has heard this pairing, would appreciate a tip
post #2444 of 3874

Except the broken buggy Tenor USB interface which charge you 70$ more to "upgrade" (repair)

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