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post #3946 of 4369
Oh wait did you demo these at HiDefLifestyle? If so "Cool!"
post #3947 of 4369
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Originally Posted by Byrnie View Post

Oh wait did you demo these at HiDefLifestyle? If so "Cool!"

 

I did! And I'm driving through Harrisburg today, haha. It's gonna take some serious self control not to say "eff it" and buy them. I just need to test them off the Verza, but HDL seemed to be out of 1/4 -> 1/8 adapters. 

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Originally Posted by SomeGuyDude View Post

I did! And I'm driving through Harrisburg today, haha. It's gonna take some serious self control not to say "eff it" and buy them. I just need to test them off the Verza, but HDL seemed to be out of 1/4 -> 1/8 adapters. 

Check their price against used prices here before you give in. Enjoy!
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Check their price against used prices here before you give in. Enjoy!

 

Seems like everyone's asking for $900 here, might as well spring the extra few bucks at get new. :P

post #3950 of 4369
1. T5p
2. Lcd3
3. Hd800
4. K3003
5. Ed8
6. E5c (shure)
post #3951 of 4369
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Originally Posted by chenshihchi View Post

1. T5p

 

:beerchug:

 

The T5p does not get enough respect around here. 

post #3952 of 4369

No talk of the Alpha Dog? I heard a few pairs at the SoCal Head-fi meet. One of them was off the Schiit Ragnarok that Jason brought along  :dt880smile: Goodbye income tax return..

post #3953 of 4369

I have three sets of headphones and they are, in order of my appreciation of them:

 

1. Senn HD600

 

2. Mad Dog Generation 3.2

 

3. Beyer T51P

 

I've had the Sennheisers the longest, so maybe I just became accustomed and comfortable with their sound.  They are airy and crystal clear and, IMO flawless. 

 

The Mad Dogs are also very nice but I have found one song that sounds just terrible on the MDs and better on the Senns.

 

The jury is still out on the Beyers.  I've had them only a week and can say they certainly they certainly do not lack bass.  I've listened to them through my HM802 and through my WA6 with the computer as the source and fed through the FiiO E17 DAC on the way to the Woo.

post #3954 of 4369
1. Shure SRH940

2. AKG K550

3. Shure SRH840

4. UE 10 Triplefi Pros

5. Future Sonic Atrios

100. Beats Audio Studio
post #3955 of 4369
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Originally Posted by AmericasTeam View Post

1. Shure SRH940

2. AKG K550

3. Shure SRH840

4. UE 10 Triplefi Pros

5. Future Sonic Atrios

100. Beats Audio Studio

SRH-940 above the K550? I'm shocked. Care to explain why?

post #3956 of 4369
Srh940 and K550 are pretty equal tier bro... not much to explain
Dont know how that can shock you
post #3957 of 4369
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Originally Posted by nehcrow View Post

Srh940 and K550 are pretty equal tier bro... not much to explain
Dont know how that can shock you

I know of very few people who like the 940, especially more than the K550 and 840. And I would not say they're "equal tier", but to each his own.


Edited by takato14 - 3/23/14 at 10:42pm
post #3958 of 4369
I liked the srh940 more than the K550 also
post #3959 of 4369
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Originally Posted by takato14 View Post

I know of very few people who like the 940, especially more than the K550 and 840. And I would not say they're "equal tier", but to each his own.

Well they are both analytical, resolving and slightly thin sounding closed back headphones with an emphasis on detail retrieval. I know lots of ppl like the 940, they have a following of fans. Ppl who dont like them expected a more fuller sound like the 840, but got something different instead. Fans of the 440 generally like the 940 last I heard

Even tbe product page shows heaps of head fi users love them... where are you getting your information from dude
Edited by nehcrow - 3/23/14 at 10:50pm
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Originally Posted by nehcrow View Post

Well they are both analytical, resolving and slightly thin sounding closed back headphones with an emphasis on detail retrieval. I know lots of ppl like the 940, they have a following of fans. Ppl who dont like them expected a more fuller sound like the 840, but got something different instead. Fans of the 440 generally like the 940 last I heard

Those are fair and thoughtful observations, except I disliked 940 because of the hot highs, and like 840 because it doesn't play anything all that poorly (which is important in a portable).
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