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@Tr1ppy, I think I'm talking about an elevated sub bass region. I don't have a good collection of headphones to really reference from, so I'm not too sure if that's what I'm describing, but comparing this with the EPH-100 it pronounces things below 100Hz or so much more.   For anyone else reading, to clarify, these aren't exactly the clearest IEM's I've heard. I'm tempted to say they sound a little bit muffled, but that's probably because the yamahas have a slight bump...
I've been running my DJE-1500s for a week or so now, and I am very pleased with them, to my surprise. The sound is, not what I expected to put it simply. I was expecting it to replace my aging EPH-100, while being my new active DJ headphone/monitor. I'm hanging up my pair of HD25's for this, the noise isolation and relative clarity of an in-ear monitor just makes more sense to me heh.   I'm running mine with some eartips I pulled off an inexpensive meelectronics bud. I...
bump   I've been interested in the SE315s actually. I've heard that the Shure's are a bit lacking in the bass end though, vs something like the TF10s. However, I'm also phasing out my HD25-1 II's which had a technical sound to them, i.e. not particularly bassy, but they would tell you if a track was bassy or not. Are the SE315's kind of technical in that respect?   Will keep them in mind, I'm deliberating from a DJ standpoint on whether I want a slightly bassy...
edit:: Took the jump on a set of DJE-1500s after deliberating for a bit. dweavers description made them sound too much like my EPH-100s too pass up heh.   I just lost one of the eartips to my aged Yamaha EPH-100s, but it was about time to replace them anyhow. Keeping it economical, staying under $200. I'm looking for something I'd use for casual listening. My old ones had a really nice 3D soundstage, and I'm looking for something that will do the same, if not...
Hi all,   I have a pair of yammy EPH-100's that are beginning to get old, and I might be looking for another portable IEM to replace their duty. I also do some DJ'ing on the side, so these might see use there sometimes too; the EPH-100s were suitable enough for that job actually.   I haven't kept up to date on the latest IEMs, so while I dig around, I was wondering whether anyone could help point me in the right direction on the way? My ears have been trained by now to...
I need to get a new pair of headphones for DJ'ing and general listening. I'm currently using a Monoprice 8323 headphone for DJ'ing and the nonexistent soundstage is really starting to irk me. I've seen people recommending the Senn HD 25-1 II's wholeheartedly, just wanted to see what other people had to say here!   Max I'm willing to spend is $200, preferably below. Sound wise, I'm looking for something with a strong low end and does well with vocals; decent soundstage is...
I'm on a severe budget; basically looking for the best over ears, DJ can option for under $50. I've been really enticed by the Monoprice MHP-839's (Kicker HP541 rebrands), but people keep saying they're too heavy for one to have his head down, looking at a mixer or jogs. Can anyone else recommend a better option? I come from IEMs, EPH-100s, so those are my babies right now basically when it comes to SQ haha, I just need something functional for DJ'ing with some good SQ...
I read this on Digizoid's site:   "SmartVektor: Frequency Unmasking   SmartVektor offsets this process by "filling in" the lost sounds and making them more pronounced, which is accomplished by delaying select sounds in time. The result increases the level of detail heard, and imparts a natural sense of dimensionality by enhancing soundstaging."   and I got kind of interested, because for awhile I thought Spectral Decay (resonance I think?) had a profound...
I'm in a similar position as well...has anyone brought up the Monoprice 8323's by any chance? Supposed to be a rebrand of the Kicker 541s, little bassy, seems durable, sq seems good though sacrifices soundstage (shouldn't be a problem when it comes to beatmatching, I think though?).   Playing with a Mixtrack and a demo of Traktor in my free time heha, I've VDJ LE but Traktor just feels sooo goood...
Looking into getting (edit: full-size) cans, nothing too crazy though. What's the best I can get for under $70? I was starting to look into a bunch of the Audio-Technicas, but none of them swivel around, which is a feature I need. The Monoprice Hi-Fi (Kicker HP541 rebrands I think) had me particularly interested.   I've a FiiO E11 I can amp with, from using it with an IEM (EPH-100). I need swivels since I'm currently picking up mixing/dj'ing, one of the primary...
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