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i second that...Good idea...
You can just use https://translate.google.com/ or http://www.bing.com/translator/, or some browsers have it built in, where it's as simple as right clicking on the page and clicking "Translate to English.
It's right below the navigation bar.
On a second note, I cannot translate all of my reviews - I did so in the past four around a year (although I then translated then from English into German), but this did only lead to mental fatigue and an unstable state of mind to the point that I was almost mentally burnt out.
Two browsers thus far and only in the second one is the option barely visible.
Hello, I’m looking to fit the DT1350 and a cypher Labs stack in a pelican case. Could you guys help me out with measurements to find the right pelican case for this setup?
Is the stack like this?
Maybe the 1085 would fit it.
Or would that be a little big? The DT1350 measures about 6 1/4" wide by 7"-ish longways.
I looked at the 1075 (netbook case) and it seemed like it might be too small: http://www.pelican.com/us/en/product/watertight-protector-hard-cases/hardback-case/laptop-case/1075/
If both the dac and amp need to be side by side on the right or left of the phones. Just have to place them together and measure their width and length and then see how it compares to the specs on their site, and make sure it's about 3-and-half centimeters high for the headphones I guess, but I don't have any experience with these cases and know how soft the cushioning is inside.
Hello, it will be a stack that consists of the solo, RX MKII, and iPod Classic paired with the dt 1350. I’m not sure if the laptop cases will be “deep” enough to fit everything. I was hoping that something like the pelican 1170 or a bigger model would fit everything.
That might be too tight on the "length" of the headphones, which I measure to be about 6 and a half inches when pushed in. The 1075 offers more space, but as you point out, less depth.
The height of the cup is a little under 3 centimeters:
and the product page says it is 4.1 cm in depth. I mean, I don't want to lead you into buying something too small, it depends how the other items fit next to it, they might need more space.
edit: oops, I mean, it's a little under 4 cm. I was using the ruler wrong Maybe take someone else's advice if they offer it...
Probably better off to use the external measurements of the case they come with.
Would you mind measuring the case for me?
How do these compare to the DT250's?
I own both. I much prefer the DT1350. I value efficiency, PRaT, isolation, and portability in closed cans. I also have a high tolerance for on-ear headphones.
Sorry to resurrect this once active thread, but I have some questions about the DT 1350 Limited Gold Edition. I was under the impression they were the same as DT 1350 but with different color caps on the earcup, but I don't see any information about them on the Beyerdynamic website.
I see conversation in the thread about the earpads being 63 mm with the option to get the 67 mm versions shown on the website. I measured mine to be 57 mm. I asked Beyerdynamic about these and I didn't get a response from them. I'd like to change out to the 67 mm earpads but I'm trying to get clarification before doing anything else. I know there was more than one version of DT1350 in its history, and some reports of wide variation between units. I've been using these for a month now, and the bass seems very thin, with a lot of peakiness and ringing in the upper midrange, so I don't know if this is configuration related or can be improved.
I believe they are the EDT 1350 SL
I have only had these facelift versions (black cups and gold) that have the larger earpads, which should trap the bass better, although beware that these gold ones with their metal cups do have a harder treble response than the all black cupped ones (in my experience). Individual models may vary.
Others recommend putting the T51i/p earpads on instead. Search for EDT 51p. For instance I found this site:
and this site for another kind of 1350 pad (velour?):
As you can see I'm traveling the globe here trying to find links, because when I used the North America beyerdynamic site and the German one I did not see their portable earpad replacements listed anymore (including direct links which are now broken). That is poor form, beyer. You're still selling the T51 and that new wireless model! Oh well, maybe they are out there somewhere to buy, from sites like above. Just do your own research for the best sites or ask firstname.lastname@example.org about where to buy them these days.
According to him, the gold versions were sold exclusively through Focus Camera, but now they are sold on eBay by various sellers (second hand, usually).
Another thread at this site (may have more information or confirmation:
hope this helps. I have trouble distinguishing them by pictures alone sometimes and also they don't always list their exact size in millimeter on some of these stores (just say "extra large", so I guess that means the larger than original size ones).
FWIW: I had the old version a few years ago, currently have the gold edition. I havent' spent a ton of time with them but they seem pretty true to my (admittedly vague) memories of the original signature. I guess it depends on what you mean by "thin" bass- to my ears they do not have a warm & slow resonating type of bass response, however if they are being powered adequately AND have a good seal on your ears the bass should be of the very energetic "punchy" type (almost excessively so).
While listening to a podcast I experienced some slight sibillance which I don't remember from the originals but I still find them similarly mellow overall - though I can see how coming from other cans they might sound that way... not quite sure what you mean by ringing, could you recommend a song that produces this kind of issue?
Don't have a ruler at hand but if I get a chance I'll measure the pads too- they are definitely made of the same itchy material as the originals.