Sennheiser HD650 & Massdrop HD6XX Impressions Thread
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 I had to go "ok I was born in 76 so I'm..." and then count on my fingers because the laptop was too far away to call out the calculator for help
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. last time I wondered how old I was, I clearly remember I was 35. dunno if I got robbed a few years, or if I should be more concerned about aging?
 
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At 41, I primarily purchased this pair of 650s (that are currently in a Fedex truck en route) in the hopes they will slow the aging process. Can anyone confirm this works?
 
And if so, are there a couple of amps that you all have come to positive conclusions when paired with these cans? At, say, the $300-400 range? The amp will be fed by an Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2 (at least, for a while).
 
Thanks. =)
 
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My God, we have a bunch of children here.  I'm 66 and feel every day of it.  LOL
 
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  At 41, I primarily purchased this pair of 650s (that are currently in a Fedex truck en route) in the hopes they will slow the aging process. Can anyone confirm this works?
 
And if so, are there a couple of amps that you all have come to positive conclusions when paired with these cans? At, say, the $300-400 range? The amp will be fed by an Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2 (at least, for a while).
 
Thanks. =)


I used a Dragonfly v2 and a portable amp. with the 650s for some time,the combo worked really well.I've since changed to a Chord 2Qute and a NJC Monitor2 amp along with all sorts of fancy cables from Forza.It's often said that the 650's scale really well,it's absolutely true!!
 
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   I had to go "ok I was born in 76 so I'm..." and then count on my fingers because the laptop was too far away to call out the calculator for help
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. last time I wondered how old I was, I clearly remember I was 35. dunno if I got robbed a few years, or if I should be more concerned about aging?

76, great year....I graduated in 76...those were great times!
 
I helped my father in his tv shop after graduation and it was then that my love of tubes started, and it has never ended for me.  
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  76, great year....I graduated in 76...those were great times!
 
I helped my father in his tv shop after graduation and it was then that my love of tubes started, and it has never ended for me.  
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I was born in '74. Old enough to appreciate the internet. I have a baby face and I never got married or had kids, so I've aged well. When I first started working at the new job, I was getting looks and flirting from the mid-20s RNs on the new unit...until they learned that I was in my 40s. LOL. Ah well, what would we talk about, anyway?
 

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