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post #16 of 32
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Originally Posted by moz View Post
 

It's really hard to beat the Schiit Magni/Modi combo for that price.

Thanks for the reply, I already ordered Modi and Magni a week ago. Becoming impatient already :D

post #17 of 32
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Originally Posted by Neo-ST View Post
 

Thanks for the reply, I already ordered Modi and Magni a week ago. Becoming impatient already :D

I just got a DT 770 PRO 250 today and I was wondering how that matches please let me know when you had a chance to listen to them for a while.

Currently I am running a Fiio E 10 with mine and they sound pretty good this is also my first high-end headphone as well I upgraded from the Sony MDR 7506.


Edited by cyclops214 - 2/11/14 at 6:37pm
post #18 of 32
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Originally Posted by cyclops214 View Post
 

I just got a DT 770 PRO 250 today and I was wondering how that matches please let me know when you had a chance to listen to them for a while.

Currently I am running a Fiio E 10 with mine and they sound pretty good this is also my first high-end headphone as well I upgraded from the Sony MDR 7506.

 

I'd love to, but unfortunately for you, I changed my mind in the last second and bought Fidelio X1 while they were on discount. Just read too many good things about them and couldn't pass.

They're awesome even from onboard sound card, I'd really love to compare them to 770 Pro 250ohm.

How are you liking the 770s ?

post #19 of 32
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Originally Posted by Neo-ST View Post
 

 

I'd love to, but unfortunately for you, I changed my mind in the last second and bought Fidelio X1 while they were on discount. Just read too many good things about them and couldn't pass.

They're awesome even from onboard sound card, I'd really love to compare them to 770 Pro 250ohm.

How are you liking the 770s ?

Everything I have listened to so far has been phenomenal I'm hearing things that I've never heard in my music before. I also watched the movie enders gate on my Mac last night and it was as if I was there in the movie it was the best experience I've ever had with headphones so far. I needed a pair of closed back headphones because there's just too much noise in my house to have open back headphones and man am I glad I bought the DT 770 Pro 250. I am almost afraid to try headphones in the $500 range and up because if they sound better than this high just can't afford to buy them. I really can't wait to see what they sound like after they Breakin after 100 hours or so.

post #20 of 32

Nice it works out of the box, usually higher impedance headphones require an amp.

Regarding experience, the same story here :biggrin: 

post #21 of 32
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Originally Posted by Neo-ST View Post
 

Nice it works out of the box, usually higher impedance headphones require an amp.

Regarding experience, the same story here :biggrin: 

I am using an amp/dac combo the fiio e10.

post #22 of 32

Yes, sorry, I replied too quickly and mixed up something :confused_face:

post #23 of 32

Bump, are there any recommended FiiO amps with these headphones? Did anyone test any FiiO with them?

Because most recommended amps in this topic are not available in my country (nor even used). Maximum ~$150.

 

Greets.

 

EDIT: I don't really need portability but if it would be, I'd like to know if connecting portable amp (like E12) to PC wouldn't be such a deal? How does it look like?


Edited by trubul - 2/26/14 at 10:58am
post #24 of 32
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Originally Posted by trubul View Post
 

Bump, are there any recommended FiiO amps with these headphones? Did anyone test any FiiO with them?

Because most recommended amps in this topic are not available in my country (nor even used). Maximum ~$150.

 

Greets.

 

EDIT: I don't really need portability but if it would be, I'd like to know if connecting portable amp (like E12) to PC wouldn't be such a deal? How does it look like?

I am currently using the Fiio e10 with my DT 770 PRO 250 and they sound pretty good with this set up it is plugged in to my iMac. But I am planning on ordering a Schiit Magni/Modi stack in a couple of weeks.

post #25 of 32

Yea, I would probably buy same recommended Schiit Magni/Modi, I even have a distributor in my country; unfortunatelly they don't have this set. And well, other prices are obnoxious, e.g. Schiit Asgard 2 cost here $416 instead of $249...

 

And I'd like to get an amp (or amp/dac) for 'years' so I'm thinking about:

- just E12 (2 ppl recommended this)

- just E17 (a bit more expensive than E12)

- E12+D03K (anyone tested?)

 

Does someone have a comparison between these sets? Or just tested DT770 with that amps/dacs?

 

Greets.

post #26 of 32
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Originally Posted by trubul View Post
 

Yea, I would probably buy same recommended Schiit Magni/Modi, I even have a distributor in my country; unfortunatelly they don't have this set. And well, other prices are obnoxious, e.g. Schiit Asgard 2 cost here $416 instead of $249...

 

And I'd like to get an amp (or amp/dac) for 'years' so I'm thinking about:

- just E12 (2 ppl recommended this)

- just E17 (a bit more expensive than E12)

- E12+D03K (anyone tested?)

 

Does someone have a comparison between these sets? Or just tested DT770 with that amps/dacs?

 

Greets.

If you're not going to go mobile with your headphones I would go with the Fiio e10 because the e12 have to charge in order to use it it does not work when it is plugged in charging.

post #27 of 32
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Originally Posted by cyclops214 View Post
 

If you're not going to go mobile with your headphones I would go with the Fiio e10 because the e12 have to charge in order to use it it does not work when it is plugged in charging.

 

Hmm, some people say that's possible, like here - http://www.head-fi.org/products/fiio-e12-mont-blanc/reviews/8449

Or in E12's topic.

 

Don't you mean E11?

 

Greets.

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Edited by cyclops214 - 2/28/14 at 12:52pm
post #29 of 32

So I received my Magni/Modi Schiit stack yesterday and I have to say it is way better sounding then the Fiio E10 soundstage is better separation between instruments is better by far so if anyone is still thinking about A Fiio product for your computer don't bother and get the Schiit stack it is well worth it.

post #30 of 32

Well, I acknowledged that I will stay with my amp (DIY) which sounds less detailed but much more airy, giving more soundstage and more fun than FiiO E12. FiiO also did heat up significantly while connected to PC. Oh, and it sent lots noises via USB. So probably I will stay with my desktop amp (cost ~$100) //btw I found a new Schiit Magni in my country for $100, I can't believe because noone distributes it here. Good offer but I guess I will stay with mine anyway.

 

Greets.

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