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Beyerdynamic T1 'Tesla' Stereo Headphone review
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The T1 is the best headphone listening experience I've had. I had the Sennheiser HD800 for 3 years, but rarely used it except as a reference. The T1 impresses me as sounding more like real music than the breathtaking but sonically-enhanced HD800.

http://www.hifiheadphones.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=4121

Beyer T90/COP/DT1350, v-moda M100/LP2, B&W P5s2, Bose QC25, Beyer A200p/v-moda Verza/Microstreamer DAC/amps, Portaphile Micro/Decware Zen Head/PA2V2 amps.

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RE: Beyerdynamic T1 'Tesla' Stereo Headphone review

what kind of headphone amp and source have you used with t1?

Technics se-a3000,su-c3000,Bryston BDA-1,Harbeth SHL5,Grado PS1000,Sony mdr7506Atlas titan,hyper2.0

Krell kav500i,Technics sl-p2000,atlas elektra xlr,Dynaudioc1

sony wm-ex190,wm-ex672 koss porta pro

 

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RE: Beyerdynamic T1 'Tesla' Stereo Headphone review

Rimse wrote:

what kind of headphone amp and source have you used with t1?

Read the link he posted. All details are there in his review.

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RE: Beyerdynamic T1 'Tesla' Stereo Headphone review

bigboss wrote:

Rimse wrote:

what kind of headphone amp and source have you used with t1?

Read the link he posted. All details are there in his review.

Thanks!  It is very inefficient, so if you use a USB-powered DAC like the Microstreamer, some computers might not have enough reserve volume.

Beyer T90/COP/DT1350, v-moda M100/LP2, B&W P5s2, Bose QC25, Beyer A200p/v-moda Verza/Microstreamer DAC/amps, Portaphile Micro/Decware Zen Head/PA2V2 amps.

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