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Originally Posted by jerg View Post
 

No one is posting anything currently about HE560 because whatever needs to be said / described has been said. I mean I could talk about my daily experiences listening to it but that'd be trite :rolleyes:


Many of us would appreciate your description of how the HE560 mates with different amps.

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Originally Posted by Headphoner View Post
 


Many of us would appreciate your description of how the HE560 mates with different amps.

As would I, if I have different amps. :eek:

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Originally Posted by jerg View Post

As would I, if I have different amps. eek.gif

Hey jerg, any thoughts on how the HE-560 performs with the 11.32 alone and with the EF6? I'm considering the former as my next upgrade to my Aune T1, so any impressions you might have would be really helpful!
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Anyone listen to these out of a vintage amp/receiver?
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Nope, but I'd speculate that they'd sound pretty darn good from your old steel. :wink:

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It's 28th. I want my headphones... mad.gif
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Any shipping noticed for the retail version gone out?
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I am pretty interested in the "base support" too

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Any shipping noticed for the retail version gone out?

No... Dealers expect to be getting them real soon but HFM is quiet...
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They look beautiful!

 

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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post

Anyone listen to these out of a vintage amp/receiver?

Will be very soon once mine ships... I've actually tried quite a bit of orthos (LCD3, HE400, and HE500) out of a vintage amps (Fisher 400 & JVC JA-S55) and they actually do pretty damn well. 

 

My JVC JA-S55 sounds on par with the Schiit Lyr IMO. Both sound warm and have lots of power output. Compared to the Burson Soloist, the JVC has less treble energy and sounds a bit more congested with a smaller soundstage. Differences are minimal though. Also, Soloist: $1,000, JVC: Free from my grandpa's garage!


Edited by JustinBieber - 4/27/14 at 6:04pm
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Originally Posted by JustinBieber View Post

.. Differences are minimal though. Also, Soloist: $1,000, JVC: Free from my grandpa's garage!
Haha yeah vintage SS stuff does have a tube flavor..
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Actually it has is own flavor wink.gif
Edited by Maxx134 - 4/27/14 at 6:31pm
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Edit: WTF wrong thread.
Edited by Mad Lust Envy - 4/27/14 at 8:18pm
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Originally Posted by conquerator2 View Post

It's 28th. I want my headphones... mad.gif

 

ME TOO

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Originally Posted by jerg View Post
 

It's more like an amalgamation between HD600 and HE____ planar, not as forward as HD598, nor as warm as HD650.

Thanx jerg. I know it's off topic, but what headphones would you recommend born of those two parents (HE400+HD598)?

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