KLH Ultimate One _(Z Reviews)_



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  1. Mark Wagner
    Mark Wagner says:

    Here's a quote from AVS forum:

    rumAVSSpecial MemberJoin: Jan 2015Mentions: 13Posts: 2792

    Jan 13, 2019 · #5

    @imagic
    There's some talk over at Innerfidelity and Reddit that these new KLH Ultimate Ones look suspiciously like the low-cost Sivga SV007s, can you get anyone at KLH to comment on that? It doesn't look like the 007s use beryllium drivers, but Sivga has another $90 headphone that says it uses a 50mm Beryllium film driver, not sure if that's the same one being implemented by KLH or not, but I'd be curious to hear what they have to say.

    imagic

    Mark HenningerJoin: Dec 2005Mentions: 441Posts: 16085Philadelphia, PA

    Jan 14, 2019 · #6

    TuteTibiImperes said:

    Original Post

    @imagic
    There's some talk over at Innerfidelity and Reddit that these new KLH Ultimate Ones look suspiciously like the low-cost Sivga SV007s, can you get anyone at KLH to comment on that? It doesn't look like the 007s use beryllium drivers, but Sivga has another $90 headphone that says it uses a 50mm Beryllium film driver, not sure if that's the same one being implemented by KLH or not, but I'd be curious to hear what they have to say.

    They must come out of the same factory. I've already got a full statement from KLH on that:
    "The KLH Audio Ultimate One Open-Air Dynamic Headphones are as much of a statement as they are a solution. This is a $500 pair of headphones vs. sub-$100 (SIVGA). While I’m sure the SIVGA sound good, the KLH are much more advanced in sound and comfort. KLH wants these to be the headphones you keep forever.
    The ear cups of the KLH Ultimate One are solid ebony wood (and legally harvested to boot!). Not only do they look awesome, but according to KLH Audio Chief Technology Officer Steven Howell, the extremely hard construction of ebony wood goes a long way in eliminating / reducing resonances.
    The KLH earpads and headbands are much higher-quality than the SIVGA too.
    KLH opted to use Sheepskin in any areas that come in contact with the skin (or scalp). This is because sheepskin doesn’t distress from human oils.
    The company also opted to use premium grade cow leather on the areas subject to sunlight – namely the outer edges of the ear pads and headbands. The cow leather ages very nicely. In contrast, the SIVGA uses polyurethane.
    The foam in the KLH ear pad is more advanced too. SIVGA uses a single stage, where KLH uses a dual stage: its outer round is a softer more pliable cushion, and its inside is stiffer. This is less resistant to collapse or compression, meaning better fit, and longevity.
    The actual air cups of the KLH are 10mm bigger in diameter than SIVGA, and there are substantial driver differences too. The SIVGA uses a dusted diaphragm design, i.e. dusted with beryllium where the KLH driver is 1) higher beryllium content and 2) has a more advanced coil (32-ohm) with higher-current capability than SIVGA. This makes the driver faster, more compliant, not as brittle sounding.
    The input cable to the KLH headphone is a Silver Litz cable, where SIVGA is not.
    Let me know if I can answer anything else! – Paul Muto, PR for KLH Audio"

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  2. BFKC
    BFKC says:

    Monitor looks not good, and not calibrated besides. Which is worse since the setup is already so impractical. For calibration, I'm sure even from here, red is probably undersaturated, maybe a little bit of green too. It looks all messed up, one would have to put everything to 100 (or 50 as the case may be) and go from there, or else it will stay all wrong.

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  3. paul kimura
    paul kimura says:

    So….KLH is saying that they are using a Beryllium driver in their headphone. The same type of driver that Focal uses in their Utopia and high end floor standing (and bookshelf) speakers. RIGHT……..

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  4. CoNr4D
    CoNr4D says:

    Zeos is there any opened cans with base/sub-base like 770s have. I have sold my 770s some time ago and I miss that weird sensation when they vibrate when you listen to a heavy base tracks. If there's no opened cans like that what closed cans would you suggest. Would prefer if overall sound would be better aswell.

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  5. wedgoku
    wedgoku says:

    the KLH Ultimate One are overpriced, I paid $140USD for "beyerdynamic DT 990 Premium Edition 250 Ohm" headphones & they are very comfortable, not a big fan of pointless price hikes ($300USD)

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  6. nergal213
    nergal213 says:

    You should check out the lasmex l-85, l-90. I think they use the same build as the sivgas. But they're way cheaper. The l-90's are currently selling on amazing for $40.

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