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Naturally, the combination of it all, at least in a physical sense of the word brings me a constant feeling of elation and also one that screams class and style. I would have preferred they just clear glaze the natural wood grain, or keep it that awesome shiny black pain job with a nice, bright silver logo. A long time ago, in an audio design lab far, far away, Fostex had created and implemented the original and famous D, and headphones for Denon.
Design in general is very important to me as I want it to both look and sound sexy.
In natural sunlight, the grains appear bright and vivid, reflecting sunlight in knee wobblingly beauty, flagrant disregard for my audiophile sanity. From an artistic sense of the word, only one other headphone has done that to me. Home Headphones Full-Size Closed. You broke my brain. Soon after discontinuation of that original Denon D-series, demand and used prices skyrocketed. Also, I personally think the super glossy black plain job looks better than the red paint job given to the final product.
I am sorry, this is lawgon purely subjective thing of course, but I think the stock red cups of the TH look like someone took a red sharpie ladton to the wooden cups. I have a bit of a weakness for contrasting highlights and shadows inside woods such as this, and I also prefer this lighter appeal to the hue of the wood itself over some of the darker woods that are available.
They have a flaked, glittery look to it that I find unappealing.
The Lawton Fostex TH900 Review
Let me tell you something, when I wake up each morning and see this headphone on my desk as the golden sunlight shines into my window, basking the wood…I really feel like this headphone belongs right where it is.
There is no doubt in my mind that this material enhances the quality of the hot treble of the Denon D, toning it down a fair degree and reducing brightness enough to experience a bit more detail. When I had heard that Fostex had announced its own series of upcoming dynamic driver headphones, both of which were physically modelled after the original Denon D-series, I felt as giddy as a schoolgirl frolicking through the woods with infinite happiness.
There was a great deal of lawto and care put into the physical process of producing stock cups for this headphone.
Its okay, you are not alone if this is happening. I was more than willing to go to war for one of these bad boys, as it has always been one of my very favorite headphones in any price tier. Man…they double ruined it! I have a thing for artistic flair like this.
Most of my family is aware of what I do for a living, as people often come and go through my house, visiting for whatever reasons, most of them are very used to me brandishing some type of high-end headphones nearby. Note the coloration of the wooden cups prior to painting, they are beautiful, Fostex ruined the entire naturally gorgeous grain!
Lawton offers many types of wood through various price ranges, too many to name. Most of us went through this and many of us have a weakness for woody headphones, so tempting and deliciously juicy on lawgon eyes as well as the ears. Click here for build and fit impressions…. Each one is a beautiful masterpiece in its own right and capable of altering the sound signature in a noticeable manner.
With that in mind, I do feel there is a noticeable improvement in clarity across the board, the wooden chambers do make a difference in sound staging, positioning and tone…but more on this later in the sound quality area.
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The manufacturing process on the cups alone is painfully slow, precise and given the utmost attention to detail. Yes, those headphones were technically Fostex models under the v14 of the Denon logo and branding. I can recommend you an Audiophiles Anonymous Club meeting where users talk about these sorts of things…punch and pie served on Fridays. Here is a neat video that details the Fostex stock cups production process.
This guy oawton brilliant work and I think it very apparent that each time one of us looks upon one of his custom wooden cups for these headphones, we get an aching feeling deep within our gut as our eyes begin to water, drool persisting to drip off the corners of our oawton.
However, in Marks version of this headphone, the upper end experiences a bit more lively. Mark also uses a an undisclosed material that is not commercially available on the inside of the cups, which helps properly dampen the treble experiences…scratch that…the treble flaws the original stock D and TH have.