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post #16 of 23
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Originally Posted by Alku View Post
 

Yeah thats what i was thinking :o

I dunno, most dt770s i saw were wired with 3 wires...

A lot of headphone manufacturers just put the L-channel/R-channel wires into one of those wraps (Grado, for instance). Beyer could have done the three-wires on the older models, and this arrangement on the newer ones (or vice-versa).

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About the bass, I think it's either a case of driver tweeking that has been going on at Beyerdynamic throughout the years that we haven't been notified about or hype that has snowballed from constant parroting of subjective reviews.

This, possibly, or......

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 using the m-audio delta66 for audio processing

this :confused_face:

post #17 of 23
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Originally Posted by wes008 View Post
 

This, possibly, or......

this :confused_face:

I actually did some googling around and turns out the output impendance of it is 260 Ohms balanced, 130 Ohms unbalanced.

post #18 of 23
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Originally Posted by Alku View Post
 

I actually did some googling around and turns out the output impendance of it is 260 Ohms balanced, 130 Ohms unbalanced.

So you're loosing a lot of power, if you have the 80-ohm DT 770. 

post #19 of 23
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So you're loosing a lot of power, if you have the 80-ohm DT 770. 

I do

post #20 of 23

If that thing has a 130 ohm output impedance, it would totally screw the freq response of your headphones. 

 

What model B&W speakers you were comparing them to? 

post #21 of 23
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If that thing has a 130 ohm output impedance, it would totally screw the freq response of your headphones. 

 

What model B&W speakers you were comparing them to? 

600 series, not sure with the specifics. floor stander

post #22 of 23
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Originally Posted by Headzone View Post
 

If that thing has a 130 ohm output impedance, it would totally screw the freq response of your headphones. 

^ This. Not "totally," but as I said, you're loosing a lot of power with the output impedance being greater than the resistive load.

post #23 of 23
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Originally Posted by wes008 View Post
 

^ This. Not "totally," but as I said, you're loosing a lot of power with the output impedance being greater than the resistive load.

I was planning to grab an E10 either way

Ill put more emphasis on this now

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