- Dec 28, 2006
Yes, it's not news to anyone that it leans slightly warm, so of course warm amps can further slow their bass decay. By "low end" I meant <30hz. You can try to EQ their subs somewhat, but you quickly run out of headroom, because you can hit a massive %THD+noise brick wall, which is amp-independent. That's not to knock them. They're only $200, afterall. When the HD650 was released it was around $500, which is like $1000 today. HAHAHA. I could've bought a DT 880 + a nice desktop amp instead, but I was young, and bought into the Senn hype. Well, my $40 Moondrop SSR iem today sounds x10 more accurate than mid-price Senns, even with the much smaller soundstage.600's have a lot more bass on my OTL amp (BHC). More bass by a lot than on my Ragnarok 1 driving XLR cables.