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The T.bone HD-990D
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The T.bone HD-990D

Studio headphone from The T.bone .

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" Crap!"

The T.bone HD-990DPublished on 11/29/12 at 02:09
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its rotten insulation nonexistent.
made for the Beyerdynamic DT 770 M, bcp better!
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" No one except ..."

The T.bone HD-990DPublished on 04/26/12 at 02:23
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No one except ... return for a drummer in a group with very high volume because very isolating.
In other words it can still be used! The mistake is to believe that he can perform other functions.

Otherwise uncomfortable and sound very average.

No idea of ​​the price we gave it to me but it should not be costly.
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The T.bone HD-990DPublished on 03/28/12 at 01:38
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It sounds hard, requires very little gain, can prove to be annoying sometimes.

He cashed in very large volumes (because of the point mentioned above) and still works. If your stereo speakers do not work, put the headphone back, you hear even in the next room.

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More ears and skull after about 10 minutes.

Her rotten, shapeless pulp unnamed, perfect for listening and mix music kind or upspeed Japanese noise-neo-trash-xtra-loud-death-core trend reformer.
Stay away everything else. In listening, I prefer the rendering of the atria of my blackberry.

Practice for returns records, to reserve for deaf musicians, drummer or ... ...
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It sounds hard, requires very little gain, can prove to be annoying sometimes.

He cashed in very large volumes (because of the point mentioned above) and still works. If your stereo speakers do not work, put the headphone back, you hear even in the next room.

the -

More ears and skull after about 10 minutes.

Her rotten, shapeless pulp unnamed, perfect for listening and mix music kind or upspeed Japanese noise-neo-trash-xtra-loud-death-core trend reformer.
Stay away everything else. In listening, I prefer the rendering of the atria of my blackberry.

Practice for returns records, to reserve for deaf musicians, drummer or ...
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The T.bone HD-990DPublished on 05/11/07 at 12:54
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I reu qujourd'hui this headphone, I could test on my battery ... compared to Vic Firth, it isolates a little less, but still quite comfortable and trs.
It is more comfortable is that the Vic Firth .. pretty ears!
gold plated plugs, say anything ... mini jack and standard jack.
the sound of the bass port trs when one plugs into a hi-fi .... I like personal way, you lose DEFINITIONS (the Vic Firth is more linear in its spectrum), but to connect on a mtronome me going, and if not to hear the bass when you're drummer can be a very practical! pens is a headphone for drummers.
The price is trs attractf, 39 euros at Thomann .... It looks pretty solid, well made.

Honestly it is a......
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I reu qujourd'hui this headphone, I could test on my battery ... compared to Vic Firth, it isolates a little less, but still quite comfortable and trs.
It is more comfortable is that the Vic Firth .. pretty ears!
gold plated plugs, say anything ... mini jack and standard jack.
the sound of the bass port trs when one plugs into a hi-fi .... I like personal way, you lose DEFINITIONS (the Vic Firth is more linear in its spectrum), but to connect on a mtronome me going, and if not to hear the bass when you're drummer can be a very practical! pens is a headphone for drummers.
The price is trs attractf, 39 euros at Thomann .... It looks pretty solid, well made.

Honestly it is a worthy successor to my Vic Firth, I redeem himself and not the Vic Firth economic grounds, especially for low impdance, that puts the volume of the click as I want (the vic firth has a more impdance leve, which limits the volume of srieusement click, Gnant c'tait also playing in repeats).
So playing trs high volume with a group I would think probably to small cap under the headphone + headphone on squenceur branch, will be a nickel, making it possible to cost less than high Vic Firth in the final (which does not set caps below because it shakes head too), and if the t-bone IDAL to play click on its battery alone, without caps below.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: The T.bone
  • Model: HD-990D
  • Category: Studio headphones
  • Added in our database on: 03/01/2007

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Other names: hd 990d, hd990d, hd 990 d, hd990 d

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