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Nice !! Enjoy your headphone
Your Thror is superb!
The Thror's pads are very easy to remove: just pull on the seam at the base of the wooden cups, and it will disengage.
(Note: see the procedure on this video, but for another headphones, the principle remains the same).
For cons, I'm not sure that changing the earpads for the Thror is a good idea; you risk unbalancing the frequency response of the headphones that is the strength of the Thror. I will have warned you.
For amplification / Dac: a dynamic amp / Dac (powerful, at least 1 Watt), both fine, transparent, and if possible with a sound a little warm (not cold), is very suitable for the Thror.
Chord's Hugo2 is good enough, if you love this amp, that's all you need. We have some clients who happily use this setup.
You can pull off the earpads like in most models on the market, nothing special about removing the ear cushions.
Hi all! I finally ordered a custom cable from Kennerton for Jord. I hope to share my impressions in a week.
I'd like to add that Kennerton and Fishcer Audio are super awesome with cables!
I needed a second cable for my Thror, actually doing some tests with cables, and the deliver was quick, the cable was nicely packaged
The Thror, of course, but also other novelties?
Nice picture of Thror!
This wood omg, Zebrano is beautiful
Finally got the cable for my headphones. Made at the highest level. Very soft, no microphone effect. I ordered a non-balanced version. In my opinion, the headphones are already very sensitive, with excellent instrument separation. So I don't think they really need a balance. Imho. As expected, the resolution has improved significantly over the entire frequency range. Bass became even deeper and clearer. But even with these improvements to make them headphones like Denon certainly will not work. I hope you know what I mean. In my first review I said that with the help of Jord you can select any instrument in the composition and listen separately. So with the replacement cord this effect is even more outstanding. Of course you can argue with me that any high-end headphones are capable of it. I agree with this, but among the overhead headphones such a pronounced effect I meet for the first time. The most amazing thing is that the headphones convey the melody to the listener with a single canvas, a whole structure.I think this is the main feature of these headphones.
For example, AKG K 701/702 and others in this series cannot play music like this. This is especially true of the HD 800, which I honestly do not like because of the huge bloated virtual scene and the inability to collect all the musical instruments in one. Although I must admit that the tonal balance(quantitative ratio) they are very similar to Sennheiser. I understand that many will not agree with me, but these are the impressions I have cause these little extraordinary headphones.
Of course, I do not claim to be the ultimate truth. I will be glad to see other reviews. Even diametrically opposed to my opinion.
The Kennerton Thror examined by the (rigorist) Germans. (review)
Kennerton Price (in Thailand) (baht)
Note : 1 baht = 0.028 Euros = 0.031 Dollar US
Prices are more expensive than in europe because of a very heavy import tax.
Thror (Palisander) 139,000.00
Thror (Bog Oak) 149,000.00
Thror (Oak) 139,000.00
Thror (Ash) 139,000.00
Thror ( Lime-tree) 139,000.00
Thror (Karelian Birch) 179,000.00
Thror (Northen Maple) 149,000.00
Thror (Purple Heart) 149,000.00
Thror (Stabilized Karelian Birch) 179,000.00
Thror (Teak) 159,000.00
Thror (Walnut) 159,000.00
Thridi (Palisander) 109,000.00
Thridi (Bog Oak) 149,000.00
Thridi (Zebrano) 149,000.00
Thridi (Stabilized) 169,000.00
Thridi (Northern Maple) 119,000.00
Thridi (Purple Heart) 119,000.00
Thridi (Karelian Birch) 159,000.00
Thridi (Oak) 109,000.00
Thridi (Ash) 109,000.00
Thridi (Walnut) 119,000.00
Vali ( Black Edition, lime-tree) 45,900.00
Vali Natural Wood 39,900.00
Magister Pro Non-Leather 29,900.00
Magister Pro 29,900.00
M-12s (Palisander) 25,900.00
M-12s (Bog Oak) 26,900.00
M-12s (Sipo) 25,900.00
M-12s (European Walnut) 25,900.00
M-12s (Nothern Maple) 25,900.00
M-12s (Ash) 25,900.00
M-12s (Natural Oak) 23,900.00
Atlas (amplifier/headphones stand) 21,900.00
Hi all (again)
Photo gallery (by headfonia) of Kennerton headphones present at the High End in Munich 2019
Kennerton Thridi (and Thror ?)
Kennerton Magni (new close back headphone) and (at right) ... a prototype : the studio version of the Kennerton Thror: cheaper and even lighter than the current Thror flagship.
Kennerton JORD : The opposite sound of the Meze Audio 99; closed headphones with a very clear sound. Very good value for money.
Kennerton M12S (for Studio) Very good value for money too.
Kennerton Atlas : Tube amp with headphone stand (whose original design was taken over by Auris)
I consider them for purchase in the future, as they come out.
Why the on him there is no more reviews. Offensively.
Unfortunately, for me, I have to live with this fact over here.
While I'm waiting for the Thror .... This pair of Odin MkII in Amaranth (Purpleheart) remains my top favorite.
A photo of her with her "burgundy" friends from things I collect
La classe ! (งดงาม ; шикарный ; gorgeous)