Throughout my time as an audiophile I've read quite a lot of positive reviews regarding the DT880 Pro, especially the 600 ohms version, I've seen it being highly praised for it's build quality, comfort and sound, however there is one fault I'd point out: no removable cables. As much as the DT880 Pro is marketed towards professional usage ( at least that's what I think, given the "Pro" in it's name ) it is adored by the audiophile community, thus I'd love to see a more audio-enthusiast focused version which only difference would be having a removable cable with a 3.5mm connector on each cup. I reckon the benefits would be quite sizeable : you wouldn't be confined to the 3m cable of the original version; it'd possible to run it balanced (which would help with the endeavour of properly amplifying the 600 ohms version); should the cable fail due to an accident or the throes of time dealing with it would be much simpler and , finally, if you are part of Team...
Kinera releases it's latest all-ba IEM, Kinera Skuld. It's equipped with 5(two custom tuned+3 Knowles)ba driver. It has a impressive super flat frequency response bested only by the Odin in their Lineup. The hand painted shells looks stunningly beautiful.
Is and AMP/DAC needed to get the most out of the HD58x?
I recently bought the HD58x headphones and i was wondering if i needed and AMP/DAC to get the most out of them. I previously used the Razer Kraken v2's and since upgrading to the HD58x i haven't really noticed a difference. I am using them with my Mac Mini M1.