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The clamping force will lessen with your listening time. For me, either I got used to it or what. It became more comfortable wearing it. I do want to try the new pads tho and I dont think we can get them in NZ...
I would say the mid is more forward on the DT1350, maybe because a bit of the mid of the M500 got drowned by the bass...if you know what i mean....some people do have timbre issue with the DT1350. I cannot really tell, maybe because I am not that picky. I found myself always favouring the beyer house sound....
In terms of the bass. My DT1350 has got less upper-mid bass compare to the M500. The bass on DT1350 may sound less but it is very tight and can go very deep. Maybe that is why it is less fatiguing listening to the DT1350. Don't expect to hear thunderous bass from DT1350. It is tight but yet gentle....hmmm...i think thats how i would describe it...
Naiper, nice...I love quite a few restuarants over there.
Currently I own the three cans, dt1350, m100, m500 and had a quick audition of the momentum.I would say m500 has got a wider soundstage and better imaging compare to dt1350 but for some reason it sometimes can get quite fatiguing after long listening session.M500 is quite comfortable if you are not moving around much. The clamping force is minimal so the headphone slips quite easily.I am used to the tight fit with my dt1350.Dt1350 isolates the best out of them all.I...
Good to see a fellow kiwi here, especially owning the dt1350. I would like to know what you think of it playing out of your portable rig. I am just playing it off an iPhone 5.
i actually like your glasses and iphone case, what are those?
I think the M500 will definitely not stand against aggressive movements...however M100 and DT1350 will both securely clamp themselves on your head. As for isolation, DT1350>M100>M500
Just got my KEFM500. I will let it run for few days and then I will compare with my DT1350 and M100...
that was quick to let them go. Of coz they are not gonna stand up to the on ears. So are you saying you are going to find a IEM that sounds like HD800 or LCD2???
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