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They fit my average size ears fine and I find the PM-3 comfortable enough to wear all day. I had a pair of over-ear Momentums that touched my ears and they were like a torture device to me, so I get why that would be an issue for you. I do not find the highs harsh at all, but they are a bit rolled off. I partly agree with you about the bass. It does not have slam, but it does go fairly low. Overall, I hear them as neutral and I think the mid-range has exceptional...
The Oppo PM-3 is in the same league as most of the headphones mentioned here. I like it better than any other closed headphone that I've heard under 1K, as well as few well over 1K. Very good isolation, excellent comfort, and a neutral sound signature. Some might find it to not be lively enough. Since I use it at my office, which is a fairly conservative environment, I also like that they look nice without being flashy or making me look like I have coconuts strapped to my...
 When I ordered last summer, I was told that my unit would ship by the end of the year. Luckily, I did not take that estimate too seriously. No final payment request yet. So, production speed may well have improved, but we are still talking about very long waits.
I would also consider a trade for a pair of Meze 99 Classics in silver. I've been wanting to try them. 
Brand new Geek Blue from LH Labs   Input: Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX Analog Line Out: Single-ended, gold plated RCA Digital Out: RCA SPDIF (192K/24 bit)   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LG5ddvwBdo   "If you’re looking for a seriously awesome Bluetooth stage for your setup, look no further.  Gavin posted the Pulse Blue video a day or so ago and the measurements on the AP were stellar.  With the implementation of the 2.0 chassis, you’re looking at a fine addition to the...
I have a modded 727 II (mod done by HeadAmp) that I use with my 009s while waiting on my BHSE. I think it sounds very good, but I have nothing to directly compare it to.
Most important was an iPhone/iPad connection. Nice to have would be not having the large power brick. Not sure why everyone got so upset about the battery part and missed the core of what I was asking for.
If that is the case, then it could be a much smaller battery. No need for four hours of charge. Anyway, my statement about what I'd prefer was just one customer letting Jack Woo know of another configuration/use case he might consider.
Interesting. So you feel that battery power, even connected to the wall, is equivalent to a power conditioner? If that is the case, wouldn't power conditioners just put a battery at each output instead of things like isolation transformers? (Not for big amps, but everything else.) I don't know enough about electricity to say you are incorrect, but that does not sound right to me. Plus, isn't a ground loop really a different problem than a "dirty" power line? The power...
Think about this... if  you use the WA8 while it is plugged in, does the battery drain? I think it is like my Fostex HP-P1 -- the power for amplification is drawn from the battery, but the battery stays nearly fully charged. That implies that the battery is still connected to the wall and will thus transmit noise like any conductor. I'd be happy for Woo or an EE to correct me, if I'm misunderstanding.
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