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I'm selling everything. I just needed more time with the Denon's.

Keeping Denon D2000 for life.

Lawton pads look really similar in size and angle to my ZMF Lambskin earpads... putting them on now.

GG life. biggrin.gif
    
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Originally Posted by caenlen View Post

I'm selling everything. I just needed more time with the Denon's.

Keeping Denon D2000 for life.

Lawton pads look really similar in size and angle to my ZMF Lambskin earpads... putting them on now.

GG life. biggrin.gif



They could be identical for all we know. I am sure there was some reverse engineering of some sorts. Goodluck and happy listening. A word of warning, don't man handle them too much. I have never experienced any issue with mine but some people had broken screws or something back in the days when they were still being produced. Treat them like you would your private parts and they should last 24/7 abuse.


D2K allows the user to experience true harmony between the frequencies if set right. The EQ is your friend and for this song I am using the below curve.

1. First I want his voice to be clear but not too flat in order to enjoy the guitar. Guitars are NOT very middish, they are above the PA frequency most of you are using your 2000 dollar cans for tongue.gif

2. The chorus needs to synergise with the electronic guitar and I want the 1 min 23 treble to sound high! Therefore I push the treble a bit higher.

I want that tz tz tz tz sound thumb.gif!

I have a pair that pushes well beyond my capacity to hear, so I want the 16-18k present. Last hearing tests I did state that I hear 18k so, I better get my 18k!! Thus a bit of treble so I can enjoy the tz tz tz tz sound *hahah*. You need synergy with frequencies not push them all to a flat sound!




Of course use the FLAC version!
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So guys quick question i have the 681 evo, do I need every time to disconnect them when i close my pc? Are they powered on when pc is closed? Or they turn off when the pc close?

I know it seems a dumb question but i never had self power headphones.
Edited by hht92 - 8/1/16 at 3:41pm
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The headphones aren't on when your computer isn't running.
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Originally Posted by caenlen View Post

I'm selling everything. I just needed more time with the Denon's.

Keeping Denon D2000 for life.

Lawton pads look really similar in size and angle to my ZMF Lambskin earpads... putting them on now.

GG life. biggrin.gif
Jeez dude, you change your mind more often and more quickly than I do!biggrin.gif But I do agree, the older Denons are gems and if you have one, hang on to it for dear life!thumb.gif I'm happy to report I'm a proud owner of an AH-D7000 which I'd had modded with HiFiMan SMC sockets (I have a few cables with HFM SMC plugs, both balance and SE). The pic below is actually my can, it was taken by the guy who'd modded it...which explains why it looks good, I truly suck at photography.


While I was at it, I had him mod my AH-D2000 as well....these two cans are among my permanent collection of cans, wouldn't sell 'em now because they sound so damn good.


The D7k is my only 'woody' (Grado and Audeze don't count as woody) though I did have a 'true' woody in the Audio Technica ATH-W5000, it's was the best looking woody I've seen personally, but I simply did not get its signature sound. Really not my cuppa.....anyway, it was my one and only attempt at a woody.
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Thanks to @boredgunner discussing surround sound and the old days of PC gaming sound I've been trying to find alternative ways to reimplement X-Fi quality sound without needing to find a PCI-E sound card and a DAC with optical input.

Has anyone tried the Creative X-Fi MB3 software?
http://software.store.creative.com/p/software/sound-blaster-x-fi-mb3

Wondering if its a better sounding replacement to Razer Surround?
   
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My D2K Mark Lawton pads can hold their own with any headphone out there. Nay, it will have amazing sound stage and frequency separation.
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Put these puppies on and you will forget about the Fostex and other cans biggrin.gif. I am maxing Sia and Guetta : Bang my head against the wall and my ears are moving from the bass! biggrin.gif. Do not let me interrupt you! Go buy other cans biggrin.gif.

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In addition, my hippocase gives me extra Hz in the bass range!! tongue.gif

On a more serious note, the D2K and D7k have an unique sound signature which is not for everyone. I listened to a pair of Fostex last week and they are missing something. Even the guy owning them said that my Denon have more sparkle and better stage. His Fostex is trying to do everything perfectly but falls short especially in the low range. Its lacks that roundness which it replaces with roughness. Bass should be not only rough but should have a je ne sais quoi with it.


One day I buy a D7K and will probably frame them for eternity smile.gif.

Is this the case you are using? Or is there a different one? Also, where did you get the small pillow for the cable wrapping? I'd love to have a transport case that could fit my Sennheiser and Fostex 'phones.
 
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Is this the case you are using? Or is there a different one? Also, where did you get the small pillow for the cable wrapping? I'd love to have a transport case that could fit my Sennheiser and Fostex 'phones.


Mine was bought from here : http://www.jaben.com.au

It is worth noting that I got this in 2011 so things may have changed.

The little small pillow is custom made and rather expensive (my gf did it so I don't mess up the cabling all the time I carry the cans). tongue.gif
 
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The headphones aren't on when your computer isn't running.

Ok thanks mate. thumb.gif
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Mine was bought from here : http://www.jaben.com.au

It is worth noting that I got this in 2011 so things may have changed.

The little small pillow is custom made and rather expensive (my gf did it so I don't mess up the cabling all the time I carry the cans). tongue.gif

Ok, cool smile.gif. I'll look through some pics online and in reviews to check it out thumb.gif. And I've seen the pillows before, but now I'll have to be on the look out tongue.gif. Does it have an official name? Other than 'mini pillow'? tongue.gif
 
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