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    Mr. Speakers Mad Dog 3.0 - 3.2 Amp Pairing Recommendation/Discussion Thread

    My thought process came from recognizing something that has been brought up before, where the conclusion was that Dan personally has said that they power the MD well but has never actually said that he personally thinks they pair well.   The qoute posted after confirms that, he says he's heard...
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    **MrSpeakers Mad Dog: Impressions and Discussion Thread**

    I had the DT770, I also love bass. I found the bass in the Mad Dog to impress much more than the DT770. Running them off an Essence STX, slightly EQed. Did yours get enough power?
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    **MrSpeakers Mad Dog: Impressions and Discussion Thread**

    No, I mostly run them on my Essence STX. Fiio E10 would be too weak for normal use, considering max volume was needed.
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    **MrSpeakers Mad Dog: Impressions and Discussion Thread**

    With a tiny bit of EQing I'm pretty sure I am getting both more and better bass than from my DT770's, can't stop loving these headphones! :D
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    Mr. Speakers Mad Dog 3.0 - 3.2 Amp Pairing Recommendation/Discussion Thread

      Definitely got pretty much normal sound level from max volume, but the difference from around 4-5 to 8 was barely anything. I got my E10 used though, could be dodgy. :p
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    Mr. Speakers Mad Dog 3.0 - 3.2 Amp Pairing Recommendation/Discussion Thread

    Quite tempting to replace the E10 with one. What about an E17?
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    Mr. Speakers Mad Dog 3.0 - 3.2 Amp Pairing Recommendation/Discussion Thread

    How is that E12 volume-wise? I have an E10 currently and I found the sound to be completely fine, but I have to run the amp at high gain with max volume to get decent volume on the Mad Dog. Is it the same with E12?
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    Mr.Speakers Mad Dog REVIEW

    Thanks, works great! Definitely adds a lot of thump in the lowend, these headphones are not for the people that want their jaw to be shaked though. Seems to me that they are just too big and sturdy to shake, cause there is a lot of bass here.   Edit: What's really impressive is how incredibly...
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    Mr.Speakers Mad Dog REVIEW

    This one would probably work: http://www.mediafire.com/   Would be lovely if you could upload it! :D
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    Mr.Speakers Mad Dog REVIEW

    Great review, was one of the things that pushed me over the edge to get them. I just have to ask, where can I find "Real Bass Exciter DSP"? I found a forum thread on google, looked very unofficial, is that the one? Would love to play around with that.
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    Mr. Speakers Mad Dog 3.0 - 3.2 Amp Pairing Recommendation/Discussion Thread

    I think this thread is a good idea, tried to ask about this as well in the Mad Dog thread and didn't get much response.   Very tempted to get an Asgard 2, would there be much difference between an Asgard 2 and an Essence STX for the Mad Dog?
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    **MrSpeakers Mad Dog: Impressions and Discussion Thread**

    Got mine running off an Xonar Essence STX atm, enjoying them quite a lot. Would there be any large difference getting for example a Schiit Asgard 2?
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    **MrSpeakers Mad Dog: Impressions and Discussion Thread**

    Wardance (feat. RZA) - Timbo King. Could be just a weird sounding track.
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    **MrSpeakers Mad Dog: Impressions and Discussion Thread**

    My first impression: Holy ****. That is all.   If these are going to improve as I listen I think I am going to fall in love. These are on another level compared to my DT770's.   Oh and so far I've only listened to a few rap tracks and chillstep tracks, I'm not disappointed at all so far. And...
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    **MrSpeakers Mad Dog: Impressions and Discussion Thread**

      Hopefully going to pick mine up tomorrow, I listen to a lot of hip hop so I can let you know if I think they work for that genre. Never heard the HE-400's though, so I can't really give any comparisons on those.   EDM, electro music? I listen to quite a bit of trance, dubstep, chillstep etc...
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