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post #3631 of 5607
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Originally Posted by JoeDoe View Post
 

Cans:

 

1. PX100 Drivers in Walnut Cups

2. SR225s in Ebony Cups

3. Koss KSC75 (hiflight mods)

4. Panasonic HTF600

5. Koss Portapros

 

IEMs:

 

1. TDK BA200s

2. Etymotic ER4S

3. Sennheiser CX215s

4. Philips SHE3580s

hi Joe. I just bought the BA200's. So you really like them? They are held up at the Post Office, and I pick them up tomorrow. I bought them to replace my dying UE 700

post #3632 of 5607

this is now obsolete, when the KEF M200 was actually functional and I have 4 new IEM's coming in within the next few days but...my list went something like this...

 

KEF M200 > UE TF10 > Monster Miles Davis Trumpet > UE 700 > VSonic GR99LE > AT-EP1 > Altec Lansing MXZ606 > Philips SHE3580


Edited by IEMagnet01 - 12/30/13 at 11:22pm
post #3633 of 5607
1. TH600
2. HE500
3. HD600
4. Mad dogs
5. AD700
I only ranked the headphones but 1 to 4 pretty much bests all my IEMs
Edited by spurxiii - 12/30/13 at 11:51pm
post #3634 of 5607
1. HD800
2. Momentum
3. SE535
4. SRH840
post #3635 of 5607
1. K702 (w/ bass mod) - love the resolution
2. HD600 - ditto, albeit with an almost opposite (sonic) perspective
3. DT990pro - they're just fun
4. DT880/600 - sometimes, at night, I have to take the HP off and check if the speakers are playing. That's how enveloping they can seem. Relatively unexciting tonal balance at first listen.
4. AD900x - beautifully delicate mids and highs, proportional lows. Most comfortable cans I own
4. K612 - warmer tonal balance than the K702, more bass, less overall resolution, fairly forgiving
5. MDR-V6 - Only use them for turntable setup. Overall, I find their highs and upper mids unlistenable

X - K550 - just got them, no opinion as of yet.
post #3636 of 5607

1.) AKG K612 Pro: They just sound real to me.

 

2.) Sennheiser HD 555(soundstage modded): Very forgiving and non-harsh in the treble, nice for those times where I'm oddlly sensitive to treble and on unusually harsh recordings. Robust bass that extends quite deep. Vocals are too forward(especially male) and it's on the boring side. It's also a bit veiled sounding and somewhat lacking in resolution.

 

3.) Sansui SS-2(Brainwavz HM5 pads): Insanely musical and very full midrange, smooth treble, rather subpar and light in bass. Surprisingly good soundstage and imaging. It's on the veiled side but has a sound signature I have never heard before and is oddly addicting.

 

4.) Sennheiser PX-100 ii: Bassy and musical sounding, bass can intrude into the midrange some, lacks resolution and is a bit veiled.

 

5.) AKG K240 MKII(w/ Zu Audio cable): Very fun and musical with lots of mid-bass and upper bass while also keeping a nice smooth midrange. But the massive 10khz treble spike is just too much for me to handle and causes ear fatigue. If it wasn't for the treble spike this headphone would be number 2 on my list.


Edited by kman1211 - 1/2/14 at 10:59pm
post #3637 of 5607

Updated but soon to change :

 

1. OM Audio InEarPeace (hybrid)

2. TDK BA-200

3. Monster Miles Davis Trumpet

4. Ultimate Ears 700

5. VSonic GR99LE

 

soon to be #1?? DUNU DN-1000 or AT IM70??? Xiaomi Piston 2.0???

 

Stay tuned...

post #3638 of 5607
Quote:
Originally Posted by IEMagnet01 View Post
 

Updated but soon to change :

 

1. OM Audio InEarPeace (hybrid)

2. TDK BA-200

3. Monster Miles Davis Trumpet

4. Ultimate Ears 700

5. VSonic GR99LE

 

soon to be #1?? DUNU DN-1000 or AT IM70??? Xiaomi Piston 2.0???

 

Stay tuned...

 

So what's the deal with the OM Audios? 

post #3639 of 5607
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Originally Posted by JoeDoe View Post

So what's the deal with the OM Audios? 

Wonderfully tuned single BA/single dynamic driver hybrid. Lively and balanced. Not v-shaped and with sucked out mids like the majority of single/single hybrids. A solid performer for the same cost as JVC FXT90.
post #3640 of 5607
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Originally Posted by IEMagnet01 View Post

Wonderfully tuned single BA/single dynamic driver hybrid. Lively and balanced. Not v-shaped and with sucked out mids like the majority of single/single hybrids. A solid performer for the same cost as JVC FXT90.

Very intriguing...
post #3641 of 5607
I'm enjoying them immensely. Just very musical and detailed. Clear. Oh so good while listening to metal. The guitars are so edgy and sharp. Great treble extension. Bass is there but balanced. It comes to the forefront when needed or called upon, and it's a refined bass. Not a boomy LF driver.
post #3642 of 5607
1) T1
2) T90
3) FAD Pandora Hope VI
4) Q701/DT880 PRO 600ohm
5) DT770 PRO 250ohm
6) Shure 1440
7) ATH-M50LE
post #3643 of 5607
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Originally Posted by rubick View Post

1) T1
2) T90
3) FAD Pandora Hope VI
4) Q701/DT880 PRO 600ohm
5) DT770 PRO 250ohm
6) Shure 1440
7) ATH-M50LE

 

Glad you like them.  


Edited by pdrm360 - 1/3/14 at 11:53pm
post #3644 of 5607
Quote:
Originally Posted by rubick View Post

1) T1
2) T90
3) FAD Pandora Hope VI
4) Q701/DT880 PRO 600ohm
5) DT770 PRO 250ohm
6) Shure 1440
7) ATH-M50LE

What is the Pandora Hope VI like? I haven't seen any thorough reviews of it yet, but I keep forgetting it exists so I haven't bothered to look.

post #3645 of 5607

AKG K702

Sennheiser HD598

AKG K550

Sennheiser Amperior

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