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K240S is a little too big, and for that size of can I have the DT150-- talk about a rugged headphone! Just need something closed and smaller and more portable than my DT150's. I've tried the K141's, not bad, but just didn't end up burning in the way I thought they would. I could always go for a refurb'ed pair of V6's, but I always end up getting rid of them for one reason or another.
Quote: Originally Posted by facelvega The SP is fine, since it was released several options have appeared that by all accounts are at least as good and much cheaper: K81dj, SJ5, HP460, HTX7, RP-15. I've A/B tested the AKG and the Philips up against an SP, and I'd take either one of them before the Senn-- not by a lot, but still. I've been looking at the K81DJ as a good all purpose beater headphone for rock music, something that will really take...
Quote: Originally Posted by BushGuy I've had several versions of HD25. If you want to keep it under $100 - go to eBay UK - there are still a few pairs of HD25 Concorde still around. Sure they are 300 ohm, but don't let that scare you. Their smallness mitigates against power needs you incorrectly suspect you'll need. Virtually any portable amp handles them with aplomb.......quite noticibly better than SP. How does the Concorde version perform...
For those who have tried both, which would be a better general use can for hooking up to a dvd player, using at the gym w/ an iPod, amping for bedside use, and just a general "beater" can that will last a long time and sound good for rock music? I know the Senns are more expensive, but all the parts are serviceable on them too, which makes them possibly a better can for the long haul. How durable are the K81DJ's?
There's been alot of attention and praise for the HD25-1 lately, especially now that the HD25-1 II is out. I've had both pairs in the past, and I'm looking for another good (read: not great, just good) pair of smallish, durable closed headphones that I can use either unamped or amped as around the house/going to the gym/beater headphones. Trying to keep it under $100. I also think I'd prefer the simpler headband design of the SP version, and the fact that I can lay...
For the past few months or so since selling my RSA Hornet to finance some guitar related gear, I've only been using my DT150's sporadically paired with a Go-Vibe V4 or using them unamped with my Shuffle. They sounded most excellent with the Hornet--- sick, actually. Just so big and deep and crisp sounding. But with the Go-Vibe, they just don't sound the same. Aside from getting another Hornet, what other portable amps are out there that provide some really deep bass?...
I've been away from head-fi for quite some time now (6 months or so!), and have been enjoying my Beyer DT150's for music and movies. A little disappointed in my shift from a Ray Samuels Hornet to a Go-Vibe V3, but the headphones still sound great. Problem is, they're pretty big. I'd like something I could shove into a backpack for on-the-go use and something that's easier to wear when laying down. My requirements are: needs to be closed must have small earcups...
Quote: Originally Posted by King-Reyes I don't really know how Apple did it, but they brainwashed the hell out of the market today. First off, the price. This is like the Bose of MP3 player. You can get a better sound or more features for the half of the price. Second the sound. To me it has harsh highs and very crappy bass response and the only way to bypass the sound is Line-Out to a good amplifier. Third, iTunes. I don't know why but this has been...
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Can someone give me a good, detailed description of how the Grado RS-2's sound unamped? I'm looking for a great rock can w/ some real "timbre" to it, and have enough to grab a used pair of RS-2's (figuring if I don't like them I could sell them w/ little to no loss). So how would these sound for rock, unamped? I'm looking for something w/ good mids, solid lows, and non-tinny highs for digging back through my Iron Maiden collection.
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