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post #3436 of 4496
With a recent broken headphone and new purchases

Grado SR80i
Koss DJPRO200
Yamaha EPH 100
Westone UM1
Modded Realistic Nova 45
Monster Diesel Vektr
post #3437 of 4496

Hmmmm, this is going to be tough... but I'll give it my best shot!

 

  1. Stax SR-Lambda NB
  2.  

 

:p

post #3438 of 4496

just a newbiw

 

1)brainwavz m3

2)meelectronics a151

3)sennheiser cx 180(almost junk)

4)sony xba h1(junk)

post #3439 of 4496

1) HiFiMan HE-500

2) Sennheiser HD 580

post #3440 of 4496

Driven by Schiit Lyr:
1- Sennheiser HD700
2- Sennheiser HD650
3- HiFiMAN HE-400

 

Driven by FiiO E12:
1- Sennheiser HD700
2- HiFiMAN HE-400
3- Sennheiser HD650

 

Driven by DragonFly:
1- Sennheiser HD700
2- Sennheiser Momentum 
3- Sony MDR-1R
4- Monster Turbine Pro Copper

 

Driven by Droid DNA:
1- Sennheiser Momentum 
2- Sony MDR-1R
3- Monster Turbine Pro Copper
4- Audiofly AF56

 

Overall:

1- Sennheiser HD700
2- Sennheiser HD650
3- HiFiMAN HE-400

4- Sennheiser Momentum 
5- Sony MDR-1R
6- Monster Turbine Pro Copper
7- Audiofly AF56


Edited by pdrm360 - 11/5/13 at 12:56pm
post #3441 of 4496

Sennheiser HD650

Denon D2000

Beyerdynamic DT880 pro (250 ohm version)

Sennheiser Amperior

Grado SR225

Sennheiser HD485

Thinksound TS2

post #3442 of 4496
Quote:
Originally Posted by pdrm360 View Post
 

Driven by Schiit Lyr:
1- Sennheiser HD700
2- Sennheiser HD650
3- HiFiMAN HE-400

 

Driven by FiiO E12:
1- Sennheiser HD700
2- HiFiMAN HE-400
3- Sennheiser HD650

 

Driven by DragonFly:
1- Sennheiser HD700
2- Sennheiser Momentum 
3- Sony MDR-1R
4- Monster Turbine Pro Copper

 

Driven by Droid DNA:
1- Sennheiser Momentum 
2- Sony MDR-1R
3- Monster Turbine Pro Copper
4- Audiofly AF56

 

Overall:

1- Sennheiser HD700
2- Sennheiser HD650
3- HiFiMAN HE-400

4- Sennheiser Momentum 
5- Sony MDR-1R
6- Monster Turbine Pro Copper
7- Audiofly AF56

I like the source-based rankings. Good job!

post #3443 of 4496

1. SR 80i
2. M80

3. ATH-M50

post #3444 of 4496

1. Sennheiser HD202

 

As you can tell I've an audiophile for 17 years now and have found the ultimate combination of sound and comfort. My HD202's sound absolutely incredible on my late model iMac. No DAC or amp required!

post #3445 of 4496

ER4S (Price/performance and scalability make them unassailable).

O2

RS1

ACS T1, UE11 Level pegging it at the bottom, fairly disastrous sound signatures to both.

post #3446 of 4496
Quote:
Originally Posted by mark_h View Post
 

ER4S (Price/performance and scalability make them unassailable).

O2

RS1

ACS T1, UE11 Level pegging it at the bottom, fairly disastrous sound signatures to both.

What don't you like about the T1?

post #3447 of 4496

Right now it is:

 

1) B&W P7

2) Sure Se 425

3) Technics RP-DH1200

post #3448 of 4496

Headphones

 

HD800

D7000 (sold)

LCD2 (sold)

DT1350

ED8 (sold)

HFI-580 (sold)

 

 

IEMs

 

SE535 (sold)

JH16

SE215LTD 

SCL4

SE315 (sold)

S4 (died)

post #3449 of 4496

After selling 95% of all my IEMS/OEMS...these are what I have left, and ranking according to my favorite sound sigs :

 

1. Brainwavz Delta

2. Ultimate Ears 700

3. Monster Miles Davis Trumpet

4. Philips SHE3580/LG Quadbeat 2

5. Sennheiser CX 890i

6. JVC HAFX 40

7. JVC HAFX 30

 

That's all I have. Delta's are the budget busters. Detail and life, with quite a bit of bass. The Delta's sounds QUITE A BIT like my MMDT's, but $200.00 cheaper. UE 700 lack bass punch and depth, but I love their resolution, detail retrieval, and fit. MMDT too much bass, and not enough top end, but good overall and pretty. Sennheiser's and JVC FX 40's share a similar high end sparkle that borders on fatiguing. 3580's and LG Q2's would definitely be the budget champs if not for the dry/dark/grainy mids, but so very close.


Edited by IEMagnet01 - 11/7/13 at 7:31pm
post #3450 of 4496

First the best, the stunningly wonderful Stax sr-x 3- srd-7/sb energiser combo (driven by a solid state Behringer pro-amplifier.

Second, the  Sennheiser HD 650 driven by Epiphany Acoustics O2 . 

Third, the most comfortable Sony mdr-f1, with surprisingly good and coherent sound, although not as good as a Sennheiser HD 650.

Fourth, the beautiful, light and easy to travel with Audio Technica Sovereign, 

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