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  The Denon D2000/5000 are good suggestions, but I don't think that they will do well enough at blocking outside noise. Denons don't really have much isolation, which is a pity.   I think that the famous Audio Technica ATH-M50 is a good idea, because it produces very strong bass and is not bad at blocking outside noise.   Another suggestion is the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 80, which should sound better than the M50 in pretty much every way and  block outside noise...
Check out this thread. It should be useful^^. http://www.head-fi.org/t/513393/guide-sonic-differences-between-dt770-dt990-models-more    
No problem! I'm just glad that you're having fun. The M50 is a really good headphone for having fun, haha. They say that there are two types of burn-in. Equipment burn-in and brain burn-in. Maybe getting used to the M50 has changed your perception, allowing you to enjoy its sound signature.   Regards, A manta-like creature
The crossfade LP has some serious bass, let me just tell you that. I would like them if it wasn't for the fact that they lack sparkle in the treble region. Also, it is a little odd how their earcups are shaped. They are hexagonal instead of round, and very small. I have big ears, so they end up sitting on top of my ears, instead of around them.   Also, the Audio Technica ES10 is an on-ear headphone, so your ears won't quite fit inside.   Comparable headphones, as...
V V VThe post at the top of this page should be perfect! V V V http://www.head-fi.org/t/414574/velour-felt-pads-for-ath-m50/255
Grammar-Nazi Andy discovered an ad on Head-Fi that just didn't seem right!     Blast! I may just make a new VS screen, all from scratch. I'm thinking of making it into more of an all-out war! That's if I can make it work.  
You are very welcome. Whether the sound changes or not with each source, could you please come back and tell us what your impressions are? I'm very curious to know what will happen to the sound of your M50 when you plug it into your receiver. Good luck, and happy listening!   Ah, good point. A nice, clear DAC really does help them. The funny thing is that I still can enjoy 128Kbps music from them. But of course, lossless audio is just so much better.     It seems that the...
  If you're not getting much bass out of your M50, then yes, I'd probably have to say that they aren't getting enough amplification. Running my M50 out of my brother's Zune does leave them sounding a little flat, while running them from my home theater receiver has them pumping bass like nothing else. But then the mids seem to be a tiny bit more recessed as a result.   I'm going to test my M50 with my netbook with and without my Fiio E6 amplifier to see what changes....
  Very nice unboxing. I'm surprised that the shiny Audio Technica logo on the earcup is actually made out of metal on the M50LE. I wish that the headphones could be all metal instead of plastic, though. That would be pretty great. But alas. It's so beautiful!   The change in headband between both M50s is also very interesting. That would suggest why some people complain about the M50 having extreme clamping force and others do not! And for some reason, the ear pads on...
Quote: If anyone could help me find a high-resolution image of the Tekken Tag "VS" screen, along with the funny picture of Dr. Dre pointing to the solos, I would be very happy to make one . But sadly, I've only been able to find low resolution pictures. Hmmm..Maybe I could find a different "VS" screen or make my own. But it wouldn't be the same X3.
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