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Sennheiser HD540 Reference Headphones

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homesicalien

Pros: Balance, treble's and mid's timbre, resolution, comfort, weight, sturdiness, look

Cons: Bass could be more extended

My colleague owns a pair of HD 580. Their sound is very versatile, bass and highs are extended perfectly. Despite that, extreme ends never flood the mids. Whatever you listen to, they will not let you down. So I bought one too. A huge disappointment. One word: veil. "WTF?", I thought. The same headphones model, sound totally different. The answer is: there are 4 versions of HD 580. Germany...
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Incipio f38 Headphones

Pros: Sneaky, Build Quality, Sound, Moddable

Cons: The Sound Signature May Scare People Off

open and good soundstage, bassy. wear is quite comfort and does stay on your ears firmly as suggested by Bose. Warm and easy listening.
open and good soundstage, bassy. wear is quite comfort and does stay on your ears...

Bose® IE2 audio headphones

Pros: Soundstage is guite airy, open and dynamic. Good amount of bass for pop or rocks etc. Innovative design.

Cons: Zero isolation in public, lack sonic details, wired wearing application which probably won't suit a lot of people, pricely & low c/p ratio.

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