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post #3556 of 5607
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Originally Posted by calipilot227 View Post
 

I found the soundstage to be a little wider with the HD650, and the midrange just barely pulled ahead of the LCD2. Ignoring the price, I'm surprised how similar they sound when you aren't listening critically.

 

95% agree with you. 

post #3557 of 5607

HD650s are fantastic for non-critical listening. 

post #3558 of 5607
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Originally Posted by pdrm360 View Post
 

HD650s are fantastic for non-critical listening. 

 

The HD580 is better

post #3559 of 5607
For double the fun I'll be adding my speakers;
1. Grado SR-80i with Wild apple cups
2. Grado SR-80i with black cherry cups
3. Klipsch X10
4. Sony SS-B1000 (bye bye as soon as Black Friday speaker deals roll in)
post #3560 of 5607
  1. HD 650
  2. ATH-AD900
  3. Pro 750
  4. W4R
  5. Custom One Pro
  6. K 550
  7. Alessandro MS1
  8. M-80
  9. HD 239
  10. PS 210
  11. PX 100-II
  12. AH-C710
  13. M2
  14. MDR-XB90EX
  15. BA100
  16. E30
  17. Atrio X
post #3561 of 5607

ATH-M50-  okay but long cord and hot ears.

 

KEF-M500-  great portabilibity, well-constructed, love the sound. Cords could be better. Very comfortable

 

Senn.- Momentun- great look and feel, very comfy, exceptional portability, deeper bass but all around fantastic sound, headband at top a little hard.

 

V-Moda 100- very well built, super on ear comfortable, well-built and expandable cords, support excellent.

 

PSB- M4U1- great look and foldability, super comfortable on ears, sound well isolated and rich.

 

Phillips Fidelio X1- very cozy, open-back means home use and amp, sound is fabulous when done right, dust magnets.

 

Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro-  lack a good over all sound but very comfy and, as closed back, isolate well. Best with amp.

 

Beyerdynamic DT 990 PRO- benchmark for all others. Love the Beyer velour. Open back needs an amp but sound is delicious.

 

All said-- personal fav.--KEF-M500-- just have to learn to keep it on your head.

post #3562 of 5607

1. HD700 !

2.

3.

4. rest of headphones I heard :)

 

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Originally Posted by roguegeek View Post
 

My priorities are speed, soundstage, detail, and sparkle. Would you still go HE-500?

 

 

Get HD700 and look for other headphones no more. They got attributes above, lightning speed, "decent/just right" soundstage, great detail and sparkle.


Edited by Flisker - 11/28/13 at 12:55am
post #3563 of 5607
1. Hd 650
2. (But just as good) q701
3. momentum
4. Koss ur40
5. Porta PRO
6. Some bad steeleries
post #3564 of 5607
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Originally Posted by Flisker View Post
 

1. HD700 !

2.

3.

4. rest of headphones I heard :)

 

 

Get HD700 and look for other headphones no more. They got attributes above, lightning speed, "decent/just right" soundstage, great detail and sparkle.

I'm quite interested in them as I can't afford the HD800, but the lack of bass puts me off.

 

Updating my list:

 

Current:

1. HD600

2. DT770 and Shure SE535LTD

 

Of all headphones owned:

1. HD600 and HE400

2. DT770 and Shure SE535LTD

3. Audeze LCD2.2

post #3565 of 5607
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Originally Posted by dalb View Post
 

I'm quite interested in them as I can't afford the HD800, but the lack of bass puts me off.

 

 

Lack of what ? I think there is a lot of amazing bass, after adding some subbass by parametric EQ I feel like there is even too much sound pressure on some recordings.

 

I just love these.

post #3566 of 5607
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Originally Posted by Flisker View Post

Lack of what ? I think there is a lot of amazing bass, after adding some subbass by parametric EQ I feel like there is even too much sound pressure on some recordings.

I just love these.

Yes "you think" and "you feel". People want different things. It's nice to get your opinion on it though.
post #3567 of 5607
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Originally Posted by dalb View Post


Yes "you think" and "you feel". People want different things. It's nice to get your opinion on it though.

 

I had cans like HE-400,T1 or SRH940 and I'am kind of basshead so if someone says HD700 is bass light than I just don't get it.

post #3568 of 5607
Quote:
Originally Posted by dalb View Post
 

I'm quite interested in them as I can't afford the HD800, but the lack of bass puts me off.

 

Updating my list:

 

Current:

1. HD600

2. DT770 and Shure SE535LTD

 

Of all headphones owned:

1. HD600 and HE400

2. DT770 and Shure SE535LTD

3. Audeze LCD2.2

Pretty much everything on your list is bassier than the HD700, but you could probably bring it up with a little EQ.

post #3569 of 5607

IMHO, the HD700 has more bass than both HD600 and HD800.  The HD700's bass is tight, punchy and fast, though the HD800′s bass is technically better.

post #3570 of 5607
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Originally Posted by ssrock64 View Post
 

Pretty much everything on your list is bassier than the HD700, but you could probably bring it up with a little EQ.

 

HD600 is bassier than the HD700 !!!!??

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