Originally Posted by dsio
Biggest problem is that they make my source and amp look like a used Datsun at a Porsche dealership, and the Audigy's grainy sound is really comming through. Great investment headphone wise, but they're going to cost me in an amp and sound card upgrade...
In a couple more weeks I'll see if things continue to improve.
At first I was amazed about the sound and puzzled why people thought the Audigy was bad.
The Audigy is ok on detail and clarity but meanwhile I've started to hear those horrible metallic highs. Yuck!
I was about to buy the Audiotrak Prodigy 7.1 but I found out there's a brand new beefed up version of it called Audiotrak Prodigy 7.1 HIFI. So I can't wait to get my hands on that one. And it's only 95 Euros!
I think the Audiotrak would be a very good match with the HD-595.
Audiotrak is actually a brand by ESI, known from their Juli@