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I paid like $120 for a pair .
Does Zach ever do any other colour leather? Some aged brown leather with blackwood and brass metal grills would work wonders...kinda like my 5 year old when he's after chocolate...wonders!
Easy to fix. Get some brown leather dye and some bleach...
I'm kidding. Don't do this.
Hey thanks a lot now my couch is a total mess...
I guess this what I deserve for wanting a hot pink leather sofa
@zach915m This is pretty exciting.
ZMF Eikon is still the best closed back in my books and I am really a sucker for speed, detail and imaging and by the description it looks like Verite is the one to look out for
Hey guys, it's only 4 days before the Verite preorders start. Get excited!
@ProfFalkin, @Daemon Ursus, @mysticstryk, any impressions would be greatly appreciated sometime soon
I'm planning to do a short write up on Tuesday. Followed by a more complete review in the coming weeks.
I can give you my super short current impressions to tide you over for now, They are wonderful, Zach has made something really special with the Verite.
Yeah. I'm eagerly waiting for some reviews on the final edition of verite
Still havent decided on pheasant wood or silk yet...
Hope to have a review done soon. It will be done when it's done. =)
A couple people have been asking about the final Verite revision. I have both versions in hand now: Beta Version 0.99 and Production Version 1.0. I’m just going to run through the sonic differences quickly for those who are wondering before I send this first version back.
First off, the changes are relatively subtle, to the point where I would say most anything I’ve said about the Verite to this point holds. Basically, the Beta Version 0.99 had a couple of dips in the upper mids: on the Universe Pads the dip was between 2.6kHz and 3.2Khz; on the Veritie Pads there was that same dip plus another smaller one at 1.5kHz.
Dips are definitely less noticeable on the final production version. It seems like the Q width of the 2.6kHz - 3.2kHz dip is now narrower and shallower like 250Hz wide instead of 500Hz wide and maybe only 1/3 of the amplitude. The second dip on the Verite pad is barely noticeable at all. To my ears, it just sounds a bit more cohesive overall in the frequency response.
The pads that came on this version are also the final production pads, which have a slightly nicer .6mm leather. Compared to the final beta, there is just a little less peaky-ness in the treble. I wouldn’t have classified the final beta as peaky, but I can crank up the production version a little louder quite comfortably.
That’s pretty much it. Just a small tweak, but a solid incremental improvement going forward.
@Hansotek - I like your headphones "holder"
Which one is silk? The left?
They are both Mahogany. The lighting makes one look darker than the true difference in color.
Impressions to follow!