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I have not heard them both to compare, sorry.
 I've not heard the Mytek, nor have I heard of them so I can't comment on that. What do you mean by benefitted the HD600 more than the Ad2000 though?
Thanks for sharing your experience!
  Pros: Great clarity, channel separation is fantastic, punchy bass and clean throughout, ability to use the D200 as a DAC only or as a pre-amp, balanced and RCA output, built very well, lightweight and low heat output. Cons: Limited max power output. Cost at Time of Review: $700   Reviewing Process I spent approximately 40 hours with the D200 before commenting on its sound and used a variety of headphones with it. I feel that I am capable of commenting on its...
Finally got to try these and I was really impressed with the sound. Balanced and very natural sounding with good lower end umph and very engaging. A pair of these is on my short list for sure.
So glad to be back in this club. The Ad2000x just doesn't compare. The AD2000 is the most musical headphone I've heard. Love it!
Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Really interesting to see a high impedance headphone from Audio Technica, especially one that leans warm. I'm very intrigued to try these.
 I see your point, but only one opinion has formed on the HD630 so far and while I respect Jude's opinion, it is only one. Also most people buy Beats for the fashion weight they carry and not the quality so Sennheiser doesn't really hold much weight there either.  I think that this is going to be 100% a swing and a miss, audiophiles will reject it for the odd graphs, lack of removable cable (really Senn, that's REALLY weird of you for a headphone of this price, especially...
 The only one that is $600 is a limited edition wireless Studio version that most people don't have. The Studio Wireless is under $400 as are the Pro, which are also very rare to see in public or at all.
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