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Posts by KodaO

The high end on the 9500's.. It's hard to explain? I've never been one to really listen for it. It's definitely not harsh though. I'd almost say laid back and smooth? People are saying the cable causes some issue there though. Might try a new cable to see.
Just got my pair and out of the box I'm pleased.    I still can't grasp the definition of "bass light". The 9500's have tight, punchy bass that shines when it needs to. I don't see them as anemic at all.    They certainly aren't DT770's or XB500's, but not the bass I expected from the reviews I read. 
    I disagree, I've used the M50/50x in live settings and I'm not a fan of them. Considering the M50's a "bass heavy" headphone is a bit much IMO. Personally the Pro700mk2 are the better DJ set from Audio Technica. The purpose of this thread was to discuss DJ application, and the niche that "wooly/bloated/muddy" headphones fill in their own respects. There are few headphones that I've used to monitor a live set, that I would also use as a personal listening pair (those...
I see a ton of hate on headphones with a consumer driven, bass heavy SS, because of their bleed into the mid range. I think it's worth mentioning that some headphones NEED to sound that way. I've never been a bass head, and appreciate neutral sound signatures, but high threshold, bassy headphones have a place among live set DJ's.    Beat's Mixr's for example. Awful personal listening cans, but their high threshold and massive mid bass hump is a delight when you're mixing...
I grabbed a pair recently to try them out, and they are now my go-to portables.    I've owned the Aviator's and Mix Master's from Skullcandy and while they were great headphones, they didn't compete well with other pairs in their price range. The Grind are definitely a different story. Fun bass, decent mids and highs, decent soundstage, nice detail, and a nice design round them out well for 60$. (You can find them for as low as 46.99$ right now).    I don't think you...
I have since found many emulators of the game that are hack free and well worth playing.
My DT770's get the most head time in my collection as well. But the MMM's are the best portable sub 200$ IMO
Had these for about three weeks. Powering them with a Fiio e07k. Absolutely the best EDM cans to date for me. The M100's were good, but the bass on the DT770's... WOW
I still think people are too harsh when looking at this game. It takes time to get used to, but it's a damn fun game when playing with a group of friends. Every time I get into a gun fight with other survivors, my heart races. Give it a chance, it can be really fun.
I've had more than enough time to get accustomed to listening with high tier cans, and as a result I find myself reluctant to use lower quality headphones because I can notice the change in SS/Fidelity whatever..   I have a weird issue with myself though because I have zero problem picking up most of the "higher" tier cans that skullcandy has been pumping out. The Hesh 2.0, Aviators, Mix Master, Fix In-ears, and the Crusher's all have a spot on my rack and I use them...
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