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post #76 of 131
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Originally Posted by Jaw007 View Post
Do you like any headphones?
I love Denons and AKGs
post #77 of 131
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Originally Posted by Jahn View Post
the movie earbuds the airplane flight stewardesses make you buy for five dollars.
i had a pair of these for free that i had to use for several months because i was dead broke. i will n e v e r go back i tell you, neverrr
post #78 of 131
anything made by aiwa or the mdr-150 from sony. Really bad IMO
post #79 of 131
My brother's earbuds which look like iPod earbuds, only a lot crappier sounding. He's getting a pair of Yuin Pk.2 on his birthday from me.
post #80 of 131
I feel the same way about those Sony 'phones!

MDR-V150 = Headache

For comparison, the MDR-G42 totally trashes those..

Then of course there's Durabrand and Digital.
post #81 of 131
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Sennheiser HD650, Sennheiser HD580, Koss KSC75, Koss Portapros... all the ones I can name that I pretty much disliked
lol, either you haven't heard any of those or you just want to be "that guy" or you need to get your ears checked.
post #82 of 131
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Originally Posted by troymadison View Post
Sennheiser HD650, Sennheiser HD580, Koss KSC75, Koss Portapros... all the ones I can name that I pretty much disliked
Agree mostly... the KSC75 is pretty good for the price though, and the 580 is a tad better than the 650...


BUT, I can not get past the veil on the sennheisers. It is unacceptable, and I can't believe there are so many people that can't hear it (or at least that's what they claim).

And if it exists on an amp that is able to drive it sufficiently without distortion or clipping (and most are), moving up to an insanely expensive amp will NOT get rid of it. If any amp were to so drastically change the frequency response, then there would be something radically wrong with it.

Now... I do believe that Sennheiser designed the HD580/600/650 around a specific shaped ear, and people who are closer to that shape will hear it closer to how it was designed to sound, and that people who are farther from it will not. I am quite far from it.
post #83 of 131
Razer Barracua HP1, I wish I never bought them. I wish I wasnt stubborn and went for the pair of ATH-AD700 which I have now over those.

Rear had the no bass and it didnt sound surround at all because of that. Luckly was able to sell them off.
post #84 of 131
the headphones that came with my gameboy (first gen)
post #85 of 131
Denon AH-D2000
post #86 of 131
senn hd280
um2
these cheapo aiwa earbuds i picked up once
post #87 of 131
you ate too much?
post #88 of 131
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Originally Posted by jilgiljongiljing View Post
lol, either you haven't heard any of those or you just want to be "that guy" or you need to get your ears checked.
Nope I think the Denons are better than the Sennheisers in every way possible.
However, to be fair, I mostly listen to my AKG K501s or MDR-F1s, not because they sound better, but because they are really "different".
post #89 of 131
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Originally Posted by pabbi1 View Post
Denon AH-D2000
Blasphemy!
post #90 of 131
all stupid Technics

i've had the (mis)fortune of owning 2 and BOTH of them lost sound in the left cup very quickly.
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