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Now that some of the dust is settling from the HE-560 it looks like the HE-400i hype train is getting ready to pull out of the station. We already know the HE-400i will be extremely comfortable, almost certainly better soundstage and hopefully less tizzy treble.   As long as it retains it's darker signature, HE-400 bass and mids tuned more towards the HE-500, this is definitely going to the be the HFM headphone for me...and those pads...
Quote: I hope to purchase a used T1 this week when I get paid if it's still available. I'd like to do an extensive comparison between the HD 700 and the T1 and probably sell whichever one I prefer less. Maybe I'll do a head-to-head writeup since there isn't exactly a ton of info on how the two compare. Personally, I very much enjoy the HD 700 after 75+ hours of use and find it hard to imagine getting rid of at this stage. They are also really damn comfortable.
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The HD 800 easily outclasses the HD 700 in transparency and soundstage, but the HD 700 is without a doubt (to me) a much more "fun" listen. A lot less source dependent as well.   That being said, I enjoy the HD 800 quite a lot, I'm just not willing to fork up the cash.
^Lol yeah! Spent a good chunk of the weekend burning it in!   Matt: yes, I paired it with the TS 5998..great results
+1 on the Tesla. Very engaging and really pulls out the smaller details. Definitely worth the asking price. I'd rank it up there with the more expensive Mazda CIFTE.
^ very nice finish...Looks great!
You bring up some valid points, but as I listen to the HD 650 on the Bottlehead right now I also can't help but feel sorry for you  But seriously, I do agree that their showing of "awesome new Momentum colors!!" at CES was disappointing to say the least.
Really good deep bass in this one.
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