Udtalen af "-et"
(I noticed that the comment removed all my line breaks, messing up the structure. I think it preserves them if I post it like a correction instead, so here you go.)
If the stress is not on the last syllable: Yes, the most common way to pronounce it is like a solf D. Listen: http://www.forvo.com/word/huset/#da The house
In some regions the t-sound is more prominent, so I wouldn't consider it wrong to pronounce it. Here, for example, is a guy from Aarhus pronouncing "flyttet" (moved): http://www.forvo.com/word/flyttet/#da
If the stress is on the last syllable, it is pronounced like a T, and it can never become like a soft D: abnormitet, banalitet, banket, densitet, effektivitet, ... For example, words equivalent of the English nouns ending in -ty. Abnormity, banality, density, ... These have stress on the last syllable, and the T is hard.
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