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Ordered K 702's and Xonar Essence STX. I didn't know until recently that the essence has an amp inside.
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Anyone having some suggestions for some good bassy cans, preferabely closed? I'm looking at the DT770's right now.
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Anyone having some suggestions for some good bassy cans, preferabely closed? I'm looking at the DT770's right now.
dt770's fit that description.
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i just got myself a Fiio E3 amp. it provides pretty nice bass
    
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OK H3||scr3am, just some quick thoughts tonight after receiving the cans today... The first thing I noticed after switching over from my RP-21s was the much brighter top end. The RP-21s are commonly said to be rolled off and the DT770-80s are commonly called bright, so I sort of expected that. The overall sound really does not change between being driven straight out of the 0404 vs being driven with the MSHH. What does change, however, is the soundstage! I was, quite simply, floored at how much things expanded left-to-right when using the MSHH. Very impressive. After just an hour or so of listening, I'm liking what I hear so far.
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i just got myself a Fiio E3 amp. it provides pretty nice bass
Congrats!

Do rock on.

    
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i just got myself a Fiio E3 amp. it provides pretty nice bass
what cans is it powering?
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Here's mine:



It's a pretty good combination in my opinion. I've had the amp for more than a month and it the batteries don't need to be charged, even after being used daily.
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what cans is it powering?
Technics.RP-DJ1200

much warmer bass

and a bit more clarity
    
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