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post #12256 of 20028

Despite all the criticisms I have of the HD-650 doing hip-hop, I just had to dig up the old hip-hop collection again. The "in-your-face" aspect of the genre gets lost, but... the HD-650 renders everything else so nicely (the treble and mids; or, percussion, vocals, and related instruments), that it's still very, very enjoyable. 


Edited by fuzzybaffy - 5/13/13 at 1:43am
post #12257 of 20028

Bit off topic, but do men actually come into heat?

post #12258 of 20028
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Originally Posted by fuzzy1969 View Post

Bit off topic, but do men actually come into heat?

 

Yeah, men come into heat when they are about 11.5 years of age and from then on, it just about never leaves. wink.gif

post #12259 of 20028
Men actually do, just in a different way.
post #12260 of 20028

well being a man, I kinda agree with scolaiw.

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post #12262 of 20028
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Originally Posted by wazzupi View Post

oh god I just did this too and I have to agree I miss the foam !! what do I do ? lol 


You don't need new drivers and you can pry the foam back in with a flat tiny screwdriver. It's a bit of a pain but it can be done.

IMO the foam removable mod (on the back of the driver) is the worst "mod" i've ever heard. Tried it once and immediately hated it.

For me it just bloats the bass and sucks out the mids.

 

With the HD-600 (and probably HD-650) if you cover the back of the driver up with a foam square you get LESS bass and more mids.

HD-650 doesn't need this IMO.

post #12263 of 20028
Always wondered why anyone would want to hack the insides out of a great headphone on the offchance it might sound even better??
Other people may have done it and liked it, but its a hell of a risk to take when you're dealing with another's subjective opinion...
post #12264 of 20028

+1. 

 

Just trust the sound engineers from Sennheiser. They have years of education and experience in that specific industry (in which they excel). So to me, modding just seems like a bit of a disservice to their hard work and design. It's like a master chef put in the effort to make you a gourmet dish with a specific flavour and taste... and you wanna throw tons of salt and pepper, or hot sauce on it.
 

post #12265 of 20028

 

 

I literally have nothing else to do at work right now...

post #12266 of 20028
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I literally have nothing else to do at work right now...

ha ha ha ha

post #12267 of 20028
Did i see a silver halo over u.......
Or jus my astig?biggrin.gif
post #12268 of 20028
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Originally Posted by joebobbilly View Post

+1. 

Just trust the sound engineers from Sennheiser. They have years of education and experience in that specific industry (in which they excel). So to me, modding just seems like a bit of a disservice to their hard work and design. It's like a master chef put in the effort to make you a gourmet dish with a specific flavour and taste... and you wanna throw tons of salt and pepper, or hot sauce on it.

 

Sometimes...by the time the procurement spec-ed it...
And the manufacturing floor produced it..
The foam...pads...cellulose...etc
Might hv been somewhat diff from the final prototype.

Commonly we see a simple change of pads can sig change the sound..
post #12269 of 20028
It still seems kind of wrong. If you want a different sound, why not try a different headphone...?
post #12270 of 20028

some thirst for more air...

after the money has been dropped.

 

 

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