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Wish I could help but maybe you should try giving this thread a look:   http://www.head-fi.org/t/533508/new-beyer-dt1350   It might be a bit long of a read but just skimming through some of the latest posts or posting your question's in there might give you some more feedback.  Happy shopping and "sorry for your wallet".
I don't get it.  If he cares about sound quality then you should have no problem telling him that he got ripped off.  However, if he doesn't care about sound quality but cares about how they look and how cool they are then who are you to say that hes "wasting" his money?
Hi there Moe91.   If you're looking for a closed headphone with a wide soundstage, then the ATH A900x would definitely fit the bill.  I don't own the A900 but from what I have read, they are an upgrade over them in most areas (especially the pads since they won't break down on you after a few months).  I game a lot myself and they are very comfortable with a nice smooth sound that isn't fatiguing.  Detail is pretty good and to me they are very very comfortable.  The...
  I have to agree.  I recently got a pair of ATH A900x's and they are bliss to wear in comparison to my previous headphones.
I would say that they handle fast music very well.  I don't remember being as impressed with the instrument separation and detail as my Etymotic HF2's but I still thought they got the job done.  But this could be due to not having as good isolation since the Ety's are known for their supreme isolation and I listened to most of my music with the M80's on the NYC subway and streets.     The Grado's seem really great for the bands that you have.  They handle vocals...
I have only heard the M80's and I personally own the SR225i.  The M80's are exactly what you want in having an overall balanced sound with a good, punchy bass.  However, the bass isn't too overpowering so be warned if you want eardrum bashing impact.  They do well with all types of "fun" music though I definitely feel they are lacking in the Folk and Jazz department listening to both genres a lot myself.  I feel that though the Grado's perform better, they aren't...
Price drop.
Hi there.   I bought these cans in February 2012 and I really haven't been using them all that often at all.  They probably have around 200 hours of use (including burn in) on them and I have treated them very carefully.  They have no cosmetic defects that I know of and you can check the pictures for more information.  They also come with the 1/4" to 1/8" inch Grado adapter and reverse quarter modded HD414 pads.  I have an asking price for $150 shipped but I would...
I have previously owned both pair of headphones so I will offer my opinion of them both.   In terms of sound signature, the Grado's are very forward and "in your face".  The highs are very clear but can be harsh at times.  However I find that mostly dependent on what song you're listening to.  The mids are very good and vocals can sound very warm though not as full as other headphones.  The bass is very tight and punchy though they lack impact.  It's very polite and...
  Thanks for the info!  I was planning on getting either the FiiO E11 or the E7 but I am leaning towards the E7 as of now that I know that my soundcard isn't the best in the world.
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