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Originally Posted by magret View Post
 

My name is magret and I a am french and il love magret de canard

FRANCE > UK > USA

EU > USA

Welcome to Head-Fi and as most say, sorry for your wallet, but if you are a girl then it would be sorry for your hand bag.  Hope you find what you are looking for and cheers

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Originally Posted by gold540 View Post

Louie, ostensibly numerical specifications provide certainty - but comfort? - not necessarily. For example I have recently discovered that the HD 650 has a nominal impedance of 300 ohms. This leaves me with a lingering sense of doubt about whether a basic usb amp will drive them adequately. I think what we are really seeking is perfection.  That is an elusive goal in life. It is a matter of finding a scenario that you are happy with. It would seem that the differences within the HD518/558/598 family are mainly in aesthetics and casing (drivers and cables are apparently identical).
So I may well feel good about having the HD518, knowing that the world of exotica will still be here tomorrow.


gold540 -- 

Re specifobsession not yielding true comfort: agreed.
Where is that perfection we all seek?  Is it in finding the perfect amp to fit the perfect headphone?  Is it in the moment when the experience of music fits one's yearning?  Maybe the former is a vague promise of the latter.

Re high-impedence 'phones demanding significant amp upgradage: agreed, again.

Re the HD5x8 clan sharing identical electronics: that may miss some detail, like the HD558's full-body transducer tuning and its internal spatial reflector, meant for soundstage enhancement. (Hmm... that felt like comfort.)

Re leaving some exotica for the path ahead: Oh, yeah!
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