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Yeah, for hubby we're just going to get the regular age old K712's because they're available now (albeit for more than I paid for mine, but that's the dollar for you), and a pair of M50X's for me so he can keep the pair he stole from me tongue.gif

A number of people have posted on various forums trying to compare the k7xx and the K712's and couldn't really notice any differences. Blacked out seems nice, but hubby also likes the current colours the K712's have.
It's probably midrange. Weird part though is its only sometimes I run into it, so I've no idea how to take it from there. Either way, I want a decent dac and amp to replace the setup I have, but of course with what some would call a silly requirement of being black in body colour and solid state. I'd consider swinging a Schiit Lyr 2 and a bifrost multibit but that's a bit hotter for price than I'd like to go (especially since it translates from $1k USD to $1400 CAD..)

Obvious question is if the Lyr 2 could provide enough oomph to the K712's or not (as well as the ath-m50x's), while also being able to handle higher end brassiere phones when the time comes (Audeze lcd-2, hifiman he 400/560/6's,etc... Leaving this part open until I have the time (and money) to look into a proper high end set of cans that can slam but also behave for gaming or other not as bassy music)

Well it's more dependent on the recording, honestly. I've seen a few reviews that pretty much share the same sentiment. One saying something along the lines of the Q701 definitely showing it's true colors (being the same driver as the K701) at times when the going gets tough (music that has sharp vocals or midrange). It is 'smoother' than what I imagine the stock K701 is, but it's not smooth like a HD600 or HD650.

My suggestion, though others may disagree, is to save some cash on a DAC and amp. I've heard that K7XX = K712 w/ possibly a different foam disc, and I've seen that Q701 = K7XX when it's equipped with K712 pads. Having said that, I don't think you need such a crazy DAC or amp to push them to their full potential. They sound excellent from my BIfrost and Asgard 2. I heard the K712 and K812 on a tube amp and I really enjoyed them prior, so that's the only step I could think that would be worth spending as much money as you want to on a DAC/amp combo. I wouldn't recommend something like a Magni/Vali + Modi (i.e. I'm saying don't go this 'cheap' tongue.gif), as I still don't trust the sound from those aren't straight from the deli freezer. TL;DR the Lyr 2 can drive them just fine if the Asgard 2 can wink.gif.
Edited by pez - 2/17/16 at 3:52am
 
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look at the size difference between the lollipop and ring radiator!

    
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look at the size difference between the lollipop and ring radiator!


The left is from the HD 580/600/650 right? The right is from what can?
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Really? That's Tyll of Innerfidelity. Even serious audiophiles who know their stuff put weightage to what he says. I find what he says to be pretty spot on, only review I didn't quite agree with was the one on the AKG K812.....I've seen a few YT reviews, the one with the young black dude was OK'ish, but that 'someonelikesathing' fella (can't recall their names) is pure crap to me.

Everytime, i look at specific product, i try to find it and try it if it suits me or not.
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The left is from the HD 580/600/650 right? The right is from what can?

yes, lollipop driver. the one on the right is the HD800 which Sennheiser calls a ring radiator transducer and it's 56mm in size.
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Completely off topic, but I just want to share this!
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Completely off topic, but I just want to share this!
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That's one big shower head, must be nice. biggrin.gif

(ps: you could've hung some headphones from the coatrack for it to be on topic. tongue.gif )
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Completely off topic, but I just want to share this!
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Nice.

I was putting money toward a final headphone setup but I decided to grab an i1 Pro 2 instead and I'll be grabbing an i1DP soon biggrin.gif.
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Well it's more dependent on the recording, honestly. I've seen a few reviews that pretty much share the same sentiment. One saying something along the lines of the Q701 definitely showing it's true colors (being the same driver as the K701) at times when the going gets tough (music that has sharp vocals or midrange). It is 'smoother' than what I imagine the stock K701 is, but it's not smooth like a HD600 or HD650.

My suggestion, though others may disagree, is to save some cash on a DAC and amp. I've heard that K7XX = K712 w/ possibly a different foam disc, and I've seen that Q701 = K7XX when it's equipped with K712 pads. Having said that, I don't think you need such a crazy DAC or amp to push them to their full potential. They sound excellent from my BIfrost and Asgard 2. I heard the K712 and K812 on a tube amp and I really enjoyed them prior, so that's the only step I could think that would be worth spending as much money as you want to on a DAC/amp combo. I wouldn't recommend something like a Magni/Vali + Modi (i.e. I'm saying don't go this 'cheap' tongue.gif), as I still don't trust the sound from those aren't straight from the deli freezer. TL;DR the Lyr 2 can drive them just fine if the Asgard 2 can wink.gif.

In all honesty, it's a refreshing opinion, especially when trying to search for more and more information. Too many places (and even people) seem to recommend something that can handle pretty much anything you can throw at it, while I'm sitting here just thinking "You know what... My current headphones are more than fine to me, and I don't see a point in upgrading any further at this time". And I'm more than happy with such. Sure, my K712's don't kick as hard as I want some days, but that's why I have the ATH-M50X's (well, as their secondary reason, primary was originally for djing with).

An Asgard2/Bifrost2 combo has a nice ring to it as well, and having an extra $200 USD in my wallet never hurts ^_^
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Wow, that is a giant rainfall head! Also, with grout I meant what colour, my bad ^_^
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In all honesty, it's a refreshing opinion, especially when trying to search for more and more information. Too many places (and even people) seem to recommend something that can handle pretty much anything you can throw at it, while I'm sitting here just thinking "You know what... My current headphones are more than fine to me, and I don't see a point in upgrading any further at this time". And I'm more than happy with such. Sure, my K712's don't kick as hard as I want some days, but that's why I have the ATH-M50X's (well, as their secondary reason, primary was originally for djing with).

An Asgard2/Bifrost2 combo has a nice ring to it as well, and having an extra $200 USD in my wallet never hurts ^_^
Wow, that is a giant rainfall head! Also, with grout I meant what colour, my bad ^_^

Dark brown biggrin.gif
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That's one big shower head, must be nice. biggrin.gif

(ps: you could've hung some headphones from the coatrack for it to be on topic. tongue.gif )

I will officially be able to use it tomorrow!

That's true. Should have thought of that!
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Nice.

I was putting money toward a final headphone setup but I decided to grab an i1 Pro 2 instead and I'll be grabbing an i1DP soon biggrin.gif.

Looks complex. What is it used for?
Edited by OC'ing Noob - 2/17/16 at 8:06pm
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