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post #91 of 102

So i'm buying a E07K now to use with my cheap but good Superlux HD681 EVO to get rid of my crap onboard audio.

Althought i'll be upgrading my headphone soon, probably i'll be buying the Fildelio X1, K702, HD600 ( no, i'm not buying all of them at the same time, it'll take a while )

And i believe the E07K + E09K ( which i'm looking to buy too ) would be great with them right?

 

And what about HE-400i, this combo should be able to power them nicely? 

Thx, and great review :D 

post #92 of 102
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Originally Posted by altrunox View Post
 

So i'm buying a E07K now to use with my cheap but good Superlux HD681 EVO to get rid of my crap onboard audio.

Althought i'll be upgrading my headphone soon, probably i'll be buying the Fildelio X1, K702, HD600 ( no, i'm not buying all of them at the same time, it'll take a while )

And i believe the E07K + E09K ( which i'm looking to buy too ) would be great with them right?

 

And what about HE-400i, this combo should be able to power them nicely? 

Thx, and great review :D 

Hello,

 

Yeap, the FiiO E07K/E09K should be able to power them nicely.

 

PS: If I will have to choose between X1 and K712 or K702/65, I will go for the AKG but it depends on what genre of music do you listen to etc but that's just IMO. I listen to all genres of music, but the X1 bass is kind of overwhelming for my taste hehe 

 

Billson xD

post #93 of 102

I've Fiio E07k and M50. Together they sounded awesome to my ears, but unlike many said M50 to me wasn't bassy, until i recently bought the Fiio E09k.   Fiio E09k/07k combo made me realize the M50 can sound bassy :) and better/sharp overall.

 

Though many here says M50 don't need an Dedicated AMP, my experience is that they sound better with Fiio E09k.

 

Loving it !!!

post #94 of 102
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I've Fiio E07k and M50. Together they sounded awesome to my ears, but unlike many said M50 to me wasn't bassy, until i recently bought the Fiio E09k.   Fiio E09k/07k combo made me realize the M50 can sound bassy smily_headphones1.gif and better/sharp overall.

Though many here says M50 don't need an Dedicated AMP, my experience is that they sound better with Fiio E09k.

Loving it !!!
Hmm... Never quite dared to pair the M50 with E09K. Was afraid it got too loud for me xD good to hear you like the pairing thought! smily_headphones1.gif
post #95 of 102
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Hmm... Never quite dared to pair the M50 with E09K. Was afraid it got too loud for me xD good to hear you like the pairing thought! smily_headphones1.gif


 Yea....I liked it. Also planing to get DT880 Pro 250 Ohms soon.

post #96 of 102
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 Yea....I liked it. Also planing to get DT880 Pro 250 Ohms soon.

I'm thinking of getting one too! Do share your impressions how they pair pair with the E09K! smily_headphones1.gif thanks!
post #97 of 102
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I'm thinking of getting one too! Do share your impressions how they pair pair with the E09K! smily_headphones1.gif thanks!

I really liked my 600 Ohm DT880s with my E09K.
I would recommend that combo.

I sold them both because I upgraded to a Stax SRS-2170 system, which is approx. twice as much $$$.redface.gif

The DT880 and E09K are very good for their price range.
post #98 of 102
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I really liked my 600 Ohm DT880s with my E09K.
I would recommend that combo.

I sold them both because I upgraded to a Stax SRS-2170 system, which is approx. twice as much $$$.redface.gif

The DT880 and E09K are very good for their price range.

How does it compare to the Q701?
post #99 of 102
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How does it compare to the Q701?

I think you are asking about the Stax SRS-2170?
The Stax sounds like an improved Q701, if you like the Q, you'll love the Stax SRS-2170.
It's cleaner, more transparent, more natural, less artificial.
The Stax lacks the "spitch" and grain you get in the Q701s treble & upper midrange and has a fuller bass.

But the truth is...despite all that, I'm keeping my Q701s!
post #100 of 102
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I mean Q701 vs DT880 for E09K sorry. I personally am using the Annie with the E09K. When the micro iDSD arrived, I will most likely sale the my FiiO combo for either X3 or a good pair of headphone like the DT880 or maybe L2 but I'm not so sure yet hehe
post #101 of 102
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I mean Q701 vs DT880 for E09K sorry. I personally am using the Annie with the E09K. When the micro iDSD arrived, I will most likely sale the my FiiO combo for either X3 or a good pair of headphone like the DT880 or maybe L2 but I'm not so sure yet hehe


Ohhhhhh..........um, let's just say the DT880 are very nice, neutral headphones.......but I decided to sell them! redface.gif

Two thumbs up on the X5, a great little DAP.
I've never tried the X3.
post #102 of 102
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Am actually looking for something like NAD Viso HP50 but open back design for better soundstage; both width and depth (something like K702/65, HD800) While the Viso HP50 satisfies my needs very well, I much prefer the more relaxed and cleaner sound of my H6. So goodbye HP50 I guess? XD
Edited by BillsonChang007 - 7/23/14 at 5:14pm
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