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The EL-8 is the clear choice for anyone looking for audiophile and pro-grade sound. Users worldwide rave about the quality and clarity of sound in this portable, over-the-ear headphone.
The sturdy aluminium frame is built to last a lifetime, the earpads and headband are handcrafted with luxurious faux leather for best sound and maximum comfort. The headband fits everyone and contributes to superb long-term comfort. The EL-8 is made at our Southern California factory and engineered to immerse you in sound.
Audeze headphones’ best-in-class accuracy makes them an irreplaceable tool for those requiring the most transparent audio reproduction available. Besides being first discovered by audiophiles, now professional engineers and music producers are using these headphones as their new reference.
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Now, this was one thing I was totally focused on on my HPZ visit on Oct 28.
I tried the Beyerdynamic DT 1990 PRO and the Audeze EL-8 Titanium on a variety of sources: Schiit Fulla 2, Opus #11, Chord Mojo, Audeze Deckard. And we also threw other headphones into the mix, briefly: Ultrasone Edition 8 Ex, Audeze LCD-3 (IIRC).
We listened to a variety of different tracks: DSD, Hi-Res flacs and Gaana too.
We were listening to a DSD and a flac (TIDAL) composition back and forth.
The immediate difference between these and the DT 1990 is the speed and soundstage (this is obvious because closed vs open). The lack of soundstage on EL-8 could have made details/instruments meld into each other but that didn't quite happen. Reason: Planar speed. They aren't as transparent and resolving as the DT 1990, for sure. They do feel like they are spitting out more details to you than DT 1990, but they aren't. Detail level on these is same as the DT 1990, no difference at all. The tonal balance of the EL-8 felt more neutral than the DT 1990 (remember, the 1990 had B-pads factory installed).
Also, quality of bass i.e. speed is better. If there are some tracks that have bass bleeding into mids, that will not happen easily on these cans because it will decay fast enough. The mids are quite linear, not very forward not very laid-back. There is a lot of transparency in the mids, everything is rendered true to the bits. The highs are quite good, extended (maybe not as extended as Beyerdynamic DT 1990, probably) and detailed. Female vocals sound great, though I found that the highs are slightly smoother/forgiving on the Audeze EL-8 than the Beyerdynamic DT 1990 (just an observation, whether it's good or bad depends on ones personal preference)