Introducing NightOwl Carbon & NightHawk Carbon. Next Generation Headphones from AudioQuest

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  1. Nimbu
    Just purchased a set of Nighthawk Carbons. Went a little over my budget...but when i heard them i knew they were the phones for my music taste. Sound signature is pretty dark with a strong emphasis on low and mid range - i certainly don't think they are for everyone, but the sound is certainly exciting and full on.

    I'll post a full review once i get to know them better.
     
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  2. Nimbu
    UPDATE: these really are a great set of cans. Some aspects i didn't like at first - but they've certainly grown on me. Not without their drawbacks, but superb nonetheless.
     
  3. davidland
    looks quite nice!
     
  4. RiseFall123
    Why this thread is dead and the one of the original NW is alive? :)
     
  5. FastAndClean
    Because it sound good.
     
  6. lentoviolento
    Because they are overpriced for what they worth
     
  7. Mediahound
    Yeah, I got my original Nighthawks for something like $350 on sale. These new ones are like $600 although I think they’re still worth it, compared to what I paid for the originals they seem overpriced.
     
  8. ipponrg
    Because most of us that have the nighthawk carbon are enjoying them that much. I bought this for $600 mainly because I like the aesthetics and the subtle improvements over the original. I think if money is a concern, then the original Nighthawks are good enough.
     
  9. Mr.Bean
    Hi there,


    I'm wondering how the new Nighthawk Carbon sounds vs the original Nicghthawk... Some says it's exactly the same, others, it's more clearer and less dark...

    Hard witch one to believe...
     
    Last edited: Feb 6, 2018
  10. Nimbu
    I expect they're very similar. I've never heard the originals - but from what I've read my Carbons sound like they have the same sound signature. The velour pads increase the dark undertone as opposed to the leather.
     
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