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Beyerdynamic DT 150: Bloody Brilliant!

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by theobservatory., Oct 25, 2007.
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  1. Nytkim
    Could a brighter amp/dac be more to my likings? I am using the FIIo e10k PCM5102 and I have the MA900 EQ like this:
     
    62.5 0
    125 0
    250 -1
    500 -1
    1000 0
    2000 0
    4000 1
    8000 1
    16000 1
     
    And the DT 770 250 ohm:
     
    62.5 -1
    125 -1
    250 0
    500 -1
    1000 0
    2000 1
    4000 2
    8000 0
    16000 2
     
  2. Lorspeaker
    If u want brighter highs with less bass, check out the Shure 940.
     
  3. Lorspeaker
    :xf_eek:
     
  4. MrTechAgent
    Well...Tyll it was a interesting thread nonetheless.
    Esoteric hearing isn't BS in the end.
     
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  5. MrTechAgent
     Headzone have you rolled pads on the DT100 ?
    I am thinking of getting another DT100 for modding,this time Black-16Ω...thanks !
     
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  6. richbass
    How would the Fostex TH-600 compare to the mighty DT150 ?
     
  7. Lorspeaker

     
    Listening to the actual cd...the bass hit so harrrrd on my DT150 off my tube amps...earshakingasmic !
     
  8. richbass
    Best music of ur lie ? Please help me here buddy. I looked at your profile and you have much more expensive headphones than dt150. like the lcd2. are u serious that these are better than all those high end stuff ?
     
  9. Headzone
    I had very old torn apart velour pads on them first, they didnt seal correctly. With them midrange and especially acoustic guitars were among the best I've heard. No bass at all, though.
     
    Now I have new leather pads. Midrange sounds a bit more "muddy" and lower midrange is somewhat colored. But there is now some bass and they work better with general music and listening.
     
    The version DT100 I have is, I think over 30 years old. So the new ones might sound improved.
     
  10. Headzone
    If you want to try the "velour" feeling of sound, and you have leather pads try using your DT100 without pads at all! It hurts your ears and sounds crazy but you get the idea of the sound [​IMG]
     
    Then play something like Rodrigo Y Gabriela. I recommend a good amp, I used a vintage amp which powered my 400ohm DT100's perfectly. 
     
  11. Lorspeaker

    Shhhhhhhhh.....I am biased :p
     
  12. MrTechAgent
    DAMN....you have the Classic 100s,nice!
    The cotton EDT100s look interesting, might order a pair.
     
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  13. richbass

    Which amp ?
     
  14. sgform
    I recently bought a pair of DT100 and I have been driving them with a Sansui CA 3000 with excellent results. The right amplification does make a difference with this pair for sure. If this condition is satisfied then they are great: very controlled, detailed and still fun. I prefer them over headphones with a wider low frequency extension which most of the time alter the entire shape of the piece.
     
  15. Lorspeaker
     
    DarkVoice336se :p
     
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