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I guess just for completeness, despite there being no replies I should just inform you what I ended up doing.   I managed to borrow a set of Senneheiser MMX450's and despite really enjoying the full feature set (ANC/Bluetooth) I found them to cause discomfort after a few hours. I managed to try the ATH-ANC9's at Minidisc.com.au (Wing was great help) and eventually, after almost a fortnight of mulling (and testing the MMX450's) I ended up making the purchase. They are a...
I ended up selling on the X-Fi HD to a friend. I found that I did not end up using it and it was boxed for most of the time I owned it.
I am looking into some ANC headphones, I have stayed well clear of these in the past but with some long flights (no doubt sleepless if my track record holds up) I am thinking these may help, or at least make the drone of the engines more bearable. I am not considering IEM's as they tend to irritate my ears after extended use.   I currently enjoy Sennheiser HD-25-1-II (Adidas Originals) and Audio Technical ATH-M50 headphones and listen to predominently a mix rock, pop,...
any reccomendations for a good quality clip on in that price range?
Maybe try the DAC and the splitter with another computer. You could be picking up static interference from your computer itself (ie grounding issue, esp with a big PSU), working on the assumption that your ADG1's are more sensitive and you have had no issues on the iPad/smartphone.
I am leaning towards the ADG1's as well...as for the AD700x + mic solution, my previous experiences with mic's are that they are normally dodgy quality (clip-on) or hard to position usefully (desktop mic) unless they are more expensive. The noise cancelling mic on the ADG1 sounds pretty good from the youtube clips that have been recorded with it.
Just read this thread, I have been looking at the ADG1's and the PC360's...I am leaning towards the ADG1's but would like to try them first. Anyone have any ideas where I can try a set in Sydney?
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I have been holding off replying as I have not been using them all that much. I love the sound of IEMs and the isolation + compactness but unfortunately I develop a recurring inflammation in my left ear which means I cannot use them for more than a few days in a row without risking inflammation. My thoughts on the M-Duo's? I am currently using them with the smallest double cup tips, isolation is wonderful and I feel like I am getting more depth and richness in tones than...
I am not sure, but it may be a wiring thing, maybe start a thread on it (in an applicable sub-forum) and maybe someone will be able to shine some light on the issue
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