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So far the best headphones in terms of detailed reproduction... very underrated
amazing bass great for movies and gaming too
D600 feels more solid than they look
All these headphones sounds amazing and using all of them
Denon D600 comes with very solid cable, great quality
Denon D600 are very comfortable due to their soft padding
Find out which of these are the best, read the comparison article: https://www.head-fi.org/f/threads/denon-d600-vs-denon-mm400-vs-denon-hp800.856127/#post-13617361
Neutral, clean and without bass quantity. Someone described it as headphone with bass quality over quantity. Not for basshead users.
What are the HD 215s like?
Yeah because I use it at home and for travell use in ear headphones.
This is amazing! Well done.
Love it! Nice set up.
I have also have a pair of Sennheiser HD 380 Pros. They're my travellers. Yours are in better shape than mine!
Most beautiful headphone I ever seen
IanCanada IsolatorPi with MamboBerry LS DAC+ and RPi3.
damn, these pictures seems beautiful!
This needs pasting into 'the creation of adam'
Just clicked on 'Gallery' at the top, and it was literally one scroll-page down... saw the author and photo-count and couldn't resist.
I thought this Album was lost after the Head-Fi transition, how the hell did you find it?
This is less of an album and more of a "lexicon of a rise to enlightenment".
a little blingy but cool
Wow, that 500 character-limit is so silly, especially on an information-packed audiophile forum. XD
Having gone through or tried so many sets of hp's over the last 2 years, but then finding myself returning time and time again to the MK3's is a testament to their potential.
However, I had owned the Ether C Flow for a few months and could somewhat validate that statement. Even not considering the 10 times cost difference, I feel my MK3 sounded and isolated better.
Totally understand the Mad Dog situation..used to own the Mad Dog Pro and I still regard it highly despite having sacrificed them into Alphas over a year ago. I've seen lots of opinions about how the original Mad Dog 3.2 is regarded as Dan Clark's best work, even compared to his in-house Ether line-up...maybe that is a bit of a stretch.
Why in the world can you only use 500 characters in a comment?!?!
I did love the sound of the modded MKIII, but I still like sound of the mod better on the MKII. They are just getting harder and harder to purchase new these days.
Thanks for the look and I love my MKIIs as much as both my friends love the MKIIIs.
I agree, the case/cable/strap are required to complete this mod
I actually built the two in these photos for a couple of friends that requested them. I personally have two pairs of the MKII. The first one I ever modded and the last one that I modded last week.
One big difference is that the last hole in the last photo needs to be added to the felt for the MKIII but not the MKII. The MKIII has a very poor low end response if you cover the opening on the back of the driver from what I've seen. Another difference is that I use soft felt for the back of the MKII driver and stiff felt for the back of the MKIII driver. The mod photos, except for the last one are for the MKII steps.
The reason I placed the holes in that pattern is that they align perfectly with the outer grids of the driver. It seemed proper to have sound travel through uniform channels as to keep the sound as clean and controlled as can be. I was very happy with the sound in all the mods I've made so far.
In on the two YouTube videos, people punched holes randomly in the felt. They made it appear as if the number was more important than the placement. Holes randomly punched in a dampening medium and what I know about acoustics didn't seem to mesh.
I spent a couple of days reading and and this was what I decided to do. I based it off certain parts of incremental mods that I read about, the parts included in the Mayflower mod kit, two different YouTube videos, many years of acoustic experience, and SWAG (Scientific Wild Ass Guessing). I was pretty happy with the results and all my other audiophile friends were amazed by them.