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post #3361 of 4543

TH900, HD800

Stax 007 MkII

Mad dogs 3.2.

IE 80

post #3362 of 4543
Whoa, hd800 higher than o2 mkii, any reason?
post #3363 of 4543
The MKi's are better.
post #3364 of 4543

Amplification with the Omega's is also important, a matter of turd sound or good sound. 

post #3365 of 4543
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It's a mod very easy to do... it works too with the K701.

 

 

Later...

 

 

Nice! Is anything else affected, or does only the bass improve and everything else is left alone?

post #3366 of 4543
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The X10 is the most comfortable IEM I've ever used... Also, I quite enjoy the soundstage on mine. Maybe its my amp?
They are super comfortable to me too but to each his own.
post #3367 of 4543

1. Modded Koss Pro DJ200 (I like them so much that I bought a custom cable for them that I also use with the Vektr)

2. Grado SR60i (got rid of the bowl pads because they were too uncomfortable and went the Senn 414 pads)

3. Westone UM1 (I like the way fit my ears and Comply tips for better isolation)

4. Monster Diesel Vektr (my fun headphones that I got for less than half the retail price. I think they sound better than my Soul By Ludacris SL150)

5 Superlux HD668B (pulled the Grados' back out so these have been dormant)

6. Modded Fostex RP20 MKII (I really need to get a good amp to get the most out them)

post #3368 of 4543

1. My speakers :rolleyes:

1#2. Beyerdynamic DT48 (I'm in a love/hate relationship with these) Love them for the detail and honesty, hate them because they make alot of albums unlistenable. Also sound very weird for gaming. Comfort is like wearing a size press.)

2. Superlux HD668B (Haven't listened to these for a long time so can't remember how they sound)

3. Beyerdynamic DT100 (Strange sound, a bit colored next to DT48, but has alot of potential. Haven't listened to these with proper pads yet, since mine are broken and leaking)

 

I don't own any good cans at the moment :confused_face:

post #3369 of 4543
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1. My speakers... 

Which are?

post #3370 of 4543
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Which are?

 

post #3371 of 4543

Sony MDR-1R

UE900

UE TF10pro

post #3372 of 4543

1. Mr. Speakers Mad Dogs 3.2

2. V moda M80

2. Westone 2 (tie with m80s, probably would be higher but I am not a huge IEM fan. Granted I do use these much more)

3. ATH M50

post #3373 of 4543

Update time! 

(rankings based on head-time, comfort and enjoyment factor, NOT simply technical ability/sound quality)

 

1. Fostex T20RP MK II - modded by bluemonkeyflyer

2. Sennheiser Momentum

3. Hifiman HE500

4. Beyerdynamic DT990 (vintage 600 ohm) 

5. Fostex T10 - modded

6. AKG K241 (vintage 600 ohm)

7. Grado SR80 - modded - see avatar

 

8. everything else I own.

post #3374 of 4543
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Originally Posted by GREQ View Post
 

Update time!

(rankings based on head-time, comfort and enjoyment factor, NOT simply technical ability/sound quality)

 

1. Fostex T20RP MK II - modded by bluemonkeyflyer

2. Sennheiser Momentum

3. Hifiman HE500

4. Beyerdynamic DT990 (vintage 600 ohm)

5. Fostex T10 - modded

6. AKG K241 (vintage 600 ohm)

7. Grado SR80 - modded - see avatar

 

8. everything else I own.

 

Just curious how do you like the modded Grado Sr80 compared in just sound quality? I am going to be working on custom SR60 with what looks like very similar mods. I just do not  know how it will compare to other headphones

post #3375 of 4543
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Originally Posted by gamefreak054 View Post
 

Just curious how do you like the modded Grado Sr80 compared in just sound quality? I am going to be working on custom SR60 with what looks like very similar mods. I just do not  know how it will compare to other headphones

If it was overall sound quality, it would probably sit in 5th place after the same headphones from 1-4 shuffle a little.

 

I punched 4 holes per driver and the earpads I made cover up the outer ring of holes on the baffle which seems to tame the treble shrillness and control some of the 'bass boom' from punching driver holes - making it a much more versatile headphone and more enjoyable experience. 

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