Diana: the second release by Abyss Headphones!
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is the comfort better on the phi vs v2 and if so how?
 
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I've had my Diana Phi's now for a couple of months. I've been waiting to comment until I get a grasp on their sound. They have a unique presentation. I'm hearing estat like qualities and speed. The Diana Phi's are so open sounding with incredible detail. They have nice sub bass energy and are very transparent. The Diana Phi's have superb resolution and imaging. They remind me of my Susvara's, which is an incredible feet. The Susvara's still one ups the Diana Phi's because they can do what they do with a fuller sound. As a portable headphone, albeit an expensive one, I can't think of a headphone in that category that can compete with it.
 
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are the susvaras more comfortable than the diana phi?
 
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are the susvaras more comfortable than the diana phi?
Yes they are. I found them more comfortable than the TC’s as well.
 
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Nice review by Headfonia...

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I have been listening to a demo set of v2’s . Powering with an rme adi 2 or a schiit lyr 3. I’m still unsure on the sound signature. Jazz and classical sound fantastic, but I’m a bit underwhelmed when I play rock or metal. Green Day peacemaker doesn’t have the same grunt as it does on my focal stellia. Open vs closed, think I’d like to demo the phi or the cans from meze .
 
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Has anyone turned the ear pads? I noticed an increase in bass. It breaks the seal in the back and still comfortable.
 
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can someone confirm that v2 and phi have the same pads but v1 pads are different and thinner.
 
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can someone confirm that v2 and phi have the same pads but v1 pads are different and thinner.
V1 pads are much smaller, thinner, and more square looking. V2 and Phi have the same pads.
 
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thanks. is the v1 still being sold? also any difference in comfort between v2 and phi?
 
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so many questions... the diana v2 has replaced the diana v1. whether there is new diana v1 stock available for sale is hard to know. perhaps a search of the interwebs might give you an indication. i haven't tried the diana phi but i doubt that there would be a noticeable difference in comfort levels between it and the diana v2, if any.
 
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thanks great pics. do you notice any difference in comfort v2 and phi?
 
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