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I guess the soundmagic would still be better than all of these. May as well pass. Btw I do have the hi2050 and like em a lot.
Damn. Is this something that'll vary from unit to unit?
Hey dont take it personally. Bottomline is, I have both the hd8 and m50 and I still like the m50 more, for the sound. Plus it's still cheaper. Its an all round winner. The praise is for real. But hey, that's just me. Guess it really is everyone is for himself. Another very subjective discussion.
Well I don't know about the HD6 or the HD7. I assumed that the hd8 may just be similar and better. If it is not too colored just like the HD6 or HD7, then I stick to my opinion. Though then you'd say that the 6 and 7 are better than 8. If they're no better than 6 or 7 then well... m50x is the one. I really wanted to love the hd8. I really really did. But to me sound wise the m50x is still way better. At least from the hd8. Go ahead. Demo them back to back if u can. You may...
I'd actually just go ahead and recommend to you the audio technica m50x right here. I have both the ath AND the hd8 dj and I much prefer the cheaper and better sounding ath. You just can't go wrong with that. I had much high hopes from this but well. Isolation is pretty damn good but overall, these could've been much better. But before I go there, what do u really need? Thesea and... the hd555 are an entirely different league. Those are open backs. More soundstage and...
Oh im so glad you asked. Comfortable you ask. Ah man. Hardly. The clamping force is so bad... so bad... they're revengeful. They don't sound so bad. But I don't know why lately I've actually been enjoYing my athm50x more than these senns. They're well made and the isolation is the best like ever. But comfort is the last thing on their mind. Plus the pads are such it's hard to use any other ones. You... please try them first. I didn't and now I wonder abt my decision....
Hmmm... beats me.
What the... no. No. I use the HD8. Although I'm always careful with my stuff. I have weaker plastic headphones that I've had for years with just some wear. But I can't believe how you would have compromised this lot. These HDs are quite solid and I've been using my HD8 quite casually. Loading unloading in flight baggage while them on my neck and twisting them in and out during travel. Everything's OK. Just some swivel noise in one cup as someone mentioned before, and...
Oh I thought I was alone in this... my left earcup does the same though it's when I one the cup vertically... on the axis that the fork allows it. Anyway, I did open the cup only to find a cable that's moving from the headband to the driver module. I think that gets locked and probably rubs itself with the wall inside the back of the earcup. I did change a few angles on it though I'm thinking maybe there should be something one can put there so this can be avoided. Once...
No the point is that the adaptor will be used at the headphone end. That way you can use any choice of a 3.5mm cable of your own to connect it to the headphones and your source.
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