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Originally Posted by Clemmaster View Post

But they sound nothing alike...

Some people can afford to enjoy coffee AND tea biggrin.gif
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I like tea
post #1833 of 3058
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Originally Posted by Ordo Ab Chao View Post


It is quite a thick and heavy cable from what I have seen so i agree that it likely weighs more than 120g. I am not sure where Loquah got the figure of 530g for the T1 seeing as the weight without the cable is about 350-380g (this is not an exact figure).

 

The Beyer website... I was looking for driver size and was shocked to see 530g of weight. From memory it didn't specify with or without cable, but I guess it makes sense that it's with cable given that it's a fixed cable.

post #1834 of 3058
The HE specs are without pads, so you should add another 40 gram
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Yes, please add another 40grams B)
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Originally Posted by Nimzerz View Post

Yes, please add another 40grams B)

LOL

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When I had the HE500 I loved the sound as an alternative to my T1's but the weight was impossible so I sold them. If the new 560 is even on the same level as the HE500 I will be first in line to get them. I will wait for early reports then jump on it if is reported as good as the HE500. I still love my T1's but the HE500 sound for classical music was for me a perfect contrast and will become my second favorite headphone. We shall see.

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Originally Posted by grizzlybeast View Post

I like tea


lol. I like both :)

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There's a place in the Intl District that mixes both tea and coffee into a latte, sounds weird but it's really good. :beerchug:

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Originally Posted by Soundsgoodtome View Post

There's a place in the Intl District that mixes both tea and coffee into a latte, sounds weird but it's really good. beerchug.gif
They should make headphones
post #1841 of 3058

Well it would be a bargain type phone in relative to sound. They sell dim sum for the most part and a big order for 6 people usually ends up being around $30.

 

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^^ That does not look appetizing to me. 

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I guess I'll have some HPs for lunch.
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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post
 

^^ That does not look appetizing to me. 

 

It is. Try it out Matt... it may surprise you.

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Originally Posted by Greed View Post
 

 

It is. Try it out Matt... it may surprise you.


What store is this? Where in Seattle?

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