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Am looking hither and yon for a 3-pin-lemo-to-3.5mm female adapter/connector for my K812.

I have two nice premium cables finished at either end with a 3.5 mm male plug and would rather get an adapter than pay to have a brand new cable made with a lemo plug on one end and a 3.5 mm or 6.5 mm plug on the other.

I called PEI Genesis earlier and made inquiries, but am having a very difficult time nailing down this connector.

Can anyone direct me to a source? 


Edited by pataburd - 10/14/14 at 10:27am
post #2927 of 4064

I know Moon Audio Sells a Lemo to 3.5mm male blue dragon cable, they might be able to make one for you. Or you can buy the Lemo on ebay and make your own, http://www.ebay.com/itm/251453763794?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

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Thanks for the recommendations, the setup I heard at the HMV shop was with a TEAC HA 501 S, they sounded very impressive already apart from the lack of the very low sub bass. The highs are crystal clear and superbly defined but not sybilant or piercing sounding like my SA5000 or HD800.
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Originally Posted by pataburd View Post

Sennheiser, I believe, originally PRed the HD800 with the Lehmann BCL (a pairing that received mixed reviews).
I will say that the K812/BCL combination is a very good one for me, though.
And the K812/Fitz-improved Bada PH-12 (hybrid) combination even better!

Edited by Danz03 - 10/14/14 at 7:36pm
post #2929 of 4064
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Originally Posted by OddJobs View Post
 

I know Moon Audio Sells a Lemo to 3.5mm male blue dragon cable, they might be able to make one for you. Or you can buy the Lemo on ebay and make your own, http://www.ebay.com/itm/251453763794?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

Thank you for the guidance!

Might buy the connectors and try a DIY.

Thanks again!

post #2930 of 4064

I can decide what to buy, HD800 or K812.

If you had 1500$ and could have just one pair of headphones, what would you buy?

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K812 smily_headphones1.gif
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Originally Posted by Trance_Gott View Post

K812 smily_headphones1.gif

Agree. Especially if you listen to more than just classical music. smily_headphones1.gif
post #2933 of 4064
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Originally Posted by pearljam50000 View Post

I can decide what to buy, HD800 or K812.
If you had 1500$ and could have just one pair of headphones, what would you buy?

Ask this in hd800 forum and see what they say biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by pearljam50000 View Post

I can decide what to buy, HD800 or K812.
If you had 1500$ and could have just one pair of headphones, what would you buy?

Ask this in hd800 forum and see what they say biggrin.gif

 

Haha aint that the truth lol! K812 is definitely more well suited for different genres... I'm REALLY enjoying listening to it with all different varieties of music. I find the HD800 a bit too thin sounding, but I do think its more detailed than the K812. 

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I can decide what to buy, HD800 or K812.
If you had 1500$ and could have just one pair of headphones, what would you buy?

If you want the HD800, PM and we can discuss. I own a pair that have been lightly used and are just sitting on a shelf.
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Originally Posted by macbob713 View Post

If you want the HD800, PM and we can discuss. I own a pair that have been lightly used and are just sitting on a shelf.

 

Guess we know which can you prefer then? :tongue_smile:

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Guess we know which can you prefer then? tongue_smile.gif

Reckon so.
post #2938 of 4064
Agree, but with all the details comes with a lot of extra noise that isn't meant to be heard too.
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Originally Posted by Cotnijoe View Post

Haha aint that the truth lol! K812 is definitely more well suited for different genres... I'm REALLY enjoying listening to it with all different varieties of music. I find the HD800 a bit too thin sounding, but I do think its more detailed than the K812. 
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Originally Posted by Cotnijoe View Post

Haha aint that the truth lol! K812 is definitely more well suited for different genres... I'm REALLY enjoying listening to it with all different varieties of music. I find the HD800 a bit too thin sounding, but I do think its more detailed than the K812. 

You mean bass thin? For vocal it's more forward and fuller sounding than lcd 2, imo.
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Originally Posted by Danz03 View Post

Agree, but with all the details comes with a lot of extra noise that isn't meant to be heard too.

I haven't heard any of the extra noise you claim. In fact, I haven't heard any noise at all.
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