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  1. asutaka3

    Beyerdynamic DT 150: Bloody Brilliant!

    yeah, DT770 is no match for classical or jazz. But soundstagedly, it rocks. But one thing is well burnt in for years, another is just less than 24 hours, too early to judge. 
  2. asutaka3

    Beyerdynamic DT 150: Bloody Brilliant!

    Given my first 24 hour-listening and that I'm already used to the soundstage of my 770, I do find the 150 a lil'bit shallow. Claustrophobic is my exaggeration, however I hear things really close. Or maybe I'm biased to the 770 :))
  3. asutaka3

    Beyerdynamic DT 150: Bloody Brilliant!

    It came. I'll check if I'd blast.    
  4. asutaka3

    Beyerdynamic DT 150: Bloody Brilliant!

    Thanks Headzone and Lorspeaker. I bought it as one guy in this forum praise it as a bargain for classical ( http://www.head-fi.org/t/559542/i-truly-believe-these-are-one-of-the-best-classical-music-headphones-ive-ever-heard ).   I guess I'd try to get the DT 150 :D
  5. asutaka3

    DT770 with Behringer HA400

    Hi,    I'm planning to buy a Behringer HA400 as I see its price on amazon is around $40. I have a limited budget, so can afford an amp of about $120.   I have a DT770 80 ohm and a Creative Sound blaster x-fi HD (USB). I use foobar and listen to 24/96 and 24/192 FLAC files from my PC, and...
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    Dt 770 Pro/80 with Creative X-Fi HD USB soundcard

    X-Fi titanium is AC powered, so I gues it has no problem with driving high impendance cans. But my soundcard output really pisses me off  
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    Dt 770 Pro/80 with Creative X-Fi HD USB soundcard

    I'm totally new here so hopefully get some tollerance for humble questions.   I already had the X-Fi HD and going to get the DT770 Pro/80 in days. So I wonder if the soundcard could drive the DT 770 that well since it's usb-powered.  According to the spec on the X-fi's cover, output for...
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