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  1. HariBhushan

    The Deals DISCUSSION Thread (READ THE FIRST POST!!!)

    The HD650 is a legendary headphone.   The main flaw of this headphone is the some-what mid-bass hump and bass texture(bass roar, sub-bass, explosive explosions, etc..) that isn't as jaw droppingly good, like it is on phones such as the DT990's.   The HD650 needs amp like in the Woo Audio 3...
  2. HariBhushan

    Connecting Amp and Dac to sound card.

    Hi head-fi     Right now I'm using HD650 with a little dot mk3 amp and the little dot dac.    I am trying to get a sound card for my pc because my set-up is stereo and it does not support 5.1 in games.  So is it possible to get a sound card for my pc and use the 5.1 dolby headphone...
  3. HariBhushan

    Questions about RP-DH1200, ATH-M50, Audio 2 DJ and PA2V2

    ath-m50 would work pretty good in your case.   you might need a soudcard/amp combo like one of those dbasso models tho.
  4. HariBhushan

    Long awaited Smyth SVS Realiser NOW AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE

    Quote: lmao. I'm wondering the same thing. I had a pm quite a while back and that dude spammed those A's in every sentence. lol  
  5. HariBhushan

    Bass IMPACT!!!!!! Thats all I ever asked for in life :(

    Quote: thanks again for your thoughts. This is sure going to be a tough choice.   Quote: do the XB700 have more impact and slam than the DT990's? The XB700 has more bass quantity, but how does it compare with the quality of the bass? I'm sure the DT990's is  more richly...
  6. HariBhushan

    Bass IMPACT!!!!!! Thats all I ever asked for in life :(

    Quote: interesting. thanks for sharing your opinions.   Indeed, The Woo 3 would probably never work with the Sony XB series since it's an OTL, but I also have a Musiland Monitor 02US(as my main dac), and that has quite a decent headphone jack for low/high impedance headphones. So I'll...
  7. HariBhushan

    How much effect does source have on the headphones in terms of sibilance?

    I mostly think it's the recordings. A bad source can make sibilant stand out and make it even worse, but i think It's the recording/mic fault. A better amp and a smooth source does help, but don't expect miracles.   the HD650's mask sibilance quite well because of their rolled off highs +...
  8. HariBhushan

    Sennheiser HD650 & Massdrop HD6XX Impressions Thread

    listening to some Marvin Gaye right now with my HD650's.   loving each and every second
  9. HariBhushan

    Beyerdynamic DT990 good for movies?

    hey, maruzen, you said that you use the Xonar Essence for your dt990s on 6 channel for movies? How does that work for you. Can this card alone handle these headphones?  There's no way you can bypass your Xonar to your little dot tube amp and still have those 6 channels surround sound for the...
  10. HariBhushan

    Is $36 a good price for a used Sony XB500?

    not really. spend another $15 and you get them for $50 brand new.   is budget really that tight for you?
  11. HariBhushan

    Worth selling the 2005/6 DT880 250ohms to get the 600ohms version?

    Quote: LOL. thanks for the laughs hodjy, you really made my day
  12. HariBhushan

    Worth selling the 2005/6 DT880 250ohms to get the 600ohms version?

    I just don't know what to tell you mbtenma. TheWuss and I hate the brightness of the DT880/600, but you find them balanced and neutral.   This is all subjective. I guess it just varies from ear to ear, amp to amp, user to user,  I guess
  13. HariBhushan

    Worth selling the 2005/6 DT880 250ohms to get the 600ohms version?

    well.. i probably would classify the dt990 as the brighter headphone, but because of its heavy bass, the treble sparkle doesn't really  stand out too much. Is it fatiguing? a bit, yes, but not really noticeably in bass heavy tracks. but the treble still fatigues me no matter what.  The DT880...
  14. HariBhushan

    Worth selling the 2005/6 DT880 250ohms to get the 600ohms version?

    600 beyer ohm theories are all a bunch of b.s. beyer are probably laughing their asses off and tricking you guys into thinking they sound better.   I'm ready to sell my 600ohm and try some 250ohm'ers. screw 600ohm, 250ohm is where the real party is !  
  15. HariBhushan

    Worth selling the 2005/6 DT880 250ohms to get the 600ohms version?

    I wonder how the DT880/600 or DT990/600 would sound on the Beta22 or RockShopper m^3.   some have reported it smoothes that colouring that recordings are always adding and makes it sound extremely sweet. And like i said, The DT880 and DT990's are treble oriented. Nothing you can do will...
  16. HariBhushan

    Worth selling the 2005/6 DT880 250ohms to get the 600ohms version?

    Quote: TheWuss has problems with his DT880's, other people have reported problems as well.   I am positive my Woo Audio 3 amp is definitely not the culprit here. I can easily spot harshness in the highs, and let me tell you, the DT880/DT990 got some serious treble shizzle going on.
  17. HariBhushan

    For gaming, are headphones better with Solid State or Tubes

    Quote:   i like this post. This guy obviously knows what he's talking about.  I whole heartedly agree with going tubes as well. My Woo Audio 3 is incredible for FPS games. Tubes just give it that undescribable feeling, and like you said, you can alternate the tubes to match them with your...
  18. HariBhushan

    Worth selling the 2005/6 DT880 250ohms to get the 600ohms version?

    @TheWuss   yes. The DT880/600 and DT990/600 treble is exactly similar.  But with the added bass featurette from the DT990's makes the treble not stand out too much. I absolutely love them with the gaming and movies, but I can't listen to any of my albums for 30 min straight without getting...
  19. HariBhushan

    Worth selling the 2005/6 DT880 250ohms to get the 600ohms version?

    Quote: I have tried the DT880/600 from quite a bit of sources and amps like Woo Audio 3, and the Little Dot MKIII,  but they just were too damn bright.  I'm certainly not the first to encounter these problems, i think somebody made a thread here once about how to tame the DT880/600 highs...
  20. HariBhushan

    hd650 or hd800

    I love my HD650's. Smooth, warm, and still detailed and never fatiuging. I would probably not like the HD800 since i tend to avoid bright treble at all coasts. I'm sure the HD800 trumps most mid-fi headphones, but from what i read on them,  I'll probably have mixed feelings about it and not...
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