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post #4846 of 4858
Edited Double post
Trying to correct previous post where I quoted wrong person. But anyway everyone should try the 150
Edited by godbluff - 2/24/15 at 3:18pm
post #4847 of 4858
Quote:
Originally Posted by Liu Junyuan View Post

Well at least you will save money! Not even the T1?

Haha. Like your post. But the thread title says: Rank the headphones that you OWN. So I guess his ranking would be correct. But for me the DT880 wouldn't make the list (sold them) but the T90 would be on top. If I had the T1 it would be the number one spot - but I only borrowed it from a friend for a few weeks. So don't own one (yet).


Cheers,
K
post #4848 of 4858

1. HD800

 

2. LCD2.2C

3. HE-560

 

4. HD650

5. HD600

 

6. SR80i

post #4849 of 4858

1) Senn HD650

2) AKG K240

3) ATH M50x

 

??) LCD 2.2F (on the way) 

post #4850 of 4858

Both the Sony Z7s and Denon D5000s are superior in most aspects (clarity, timbre and soundstage) but the A900Xs are just the easiest to listen to and as a bonus they isolate the best.

 

1. Audio Technica ATH-A900X

2. Sony MDR-Z7

3. Denon AH-D5000

4. Roland RH-300

post #4851 of 4858

I take my last post back

 

 

1. LCD-2

2. HD 650

3. ATH-M50

4. XB-500

 

I was being delusional when I posted that my HD 650s were better than my LCD-2s. 

post #4852 of 4858

Ranking using  AK100II + Headstage Arrow

1. Shure SRH 1840, with upgrade cable + mod to increase comfort : well balanced
2. ATH AD900X : mid, and high to proeminent
3. AKG K702 : lack of details an high
4. Alessendro MS1 : mid, and high to proeminent, poor ss, poor comfort, no durable pads
5. Koss Portapro 

post #4853 of 4858

It's been close to a year since an update from me on these and I've sold a fair amount of can since then, so let's see how my current order lays out.

 

Open

  1. Sennheiser HD 800
  2. Sennheiser HD 600
  3. Sennheiser HD 700
  4. Grado SR325is
  5. Sennheiser PX 100-II
  6. AKG K702 65th Anniversary Edition
  7. Koss PortaPro
  8. Audio-Technica AD700

 

Closed (rarely used closed cans now)

  1. Shure SRH940

 

IEM

  1. Sony XBA-3
post #4854 of 4858
Quote:
Originally Posted by roguegeek View Post

It's been close to a year since an update from me on these and I've sold a fair amount of can since then, so let's see how my current order lays out.

 

Open

  1. Sennheiser HD 800
  2. Sennheiser HD 600
  3. Sennheiser HD 700
  4. Grado SR325is
  5. Sennheiser PX 100-II
  6. AKG K702 65th Anniversary Edition
  7. Koss PortaPro
  8. Audio-Technica AD700

 

Closed (rarely used closed cans now)

  1. Shure SRH940

 

IEM

  1. Sony XBA-3

Wow, 5,6, and 7 are quite a sequence in that order.
post #4855 of 4858
1. HiFiMAN HE-400i
2. Shure SRH1540
3. AKG K7XX Massdrop First Edition
4. Sony XBA-H3
5. Audio Technica ATH-M50x (returning, shipping out tomorrow)
post #4856 of 4858

1. Stax SR-207

2. Hifiman HE-400

3. Audiotechnica ATH-M50

4. Sony MDR-V6.


Edited by Ryman86 - 2/27/15 at 9:01pm
post #4857 of 4858

Philips X2s ...Fun sounding all rounders

HD 650s........Rock, Blues.

AKG 712's.... Jazz, Vocalists

HD 598s...... Classical, Movies, TV

post #4858 of 4858

HD600

Hifiman RE600

Westone 4

NVX XPT100

Hifiman RE262

Grado 60

Sony MDR V6

Sony XBA3ip

 

About to sell a good chunk of my collection.  Just going to keep the RE600 for portable use, the NVX for work, and the Sennheisers because they're awesome.

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