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ljokerl, will you review the Sennheiser Momentum's any time soon? popcorn.gif

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ljokerl, will you review the Sennheiser Momentum's any time soon? popcorn.gif


I don't think so, I've been stonewalled even with the IE800 and I want that more tongue.gif

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Do you know if the Bose AE2 or OE2 would be much of an improvement over the OE1? 

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Do you know if the Bose AE2 or OE2 would be much of an improvement over the OE1? 
Why not try them at an apple store?
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The ones at the near by Apple store don't have them open nor does the local best buy. 

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Well I don't think they are worth the money, I have auditioned and didn't find them very good. The AE 2 are very comfortable.
Edited by sinquito - 12/4/12 at 11:17pm
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Well they cost about 100, which is what joker reviewed the original model at, and he said it was decent. I thought maybe at 100 the model 2 could be a little better? 

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How do the superlux hd668b compare with the alessandro ms1?

Thanks.

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Do you know if the Bose AE2 or OE2 would be much of an improvement over the OE1? 

Depends on what you want. Compared to the OE1, the OE2 has tighter bass and less bass quantity. It also doesn't have the lower treble spike of the OE1,

The AE2 also has less bass along with two narrow areas it has dips in response, 50-80 hertz, and somewhere in the upper mids lower treble, it's a laid back sounding can. My wife likes them, Are you limiting yourself to bose?

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How do the superlux hd668b compare with the alessandro ms1?

Thanks.


Not that different in terms of overall signature but one is forward and aggressive while the other is spacious and laid-back. 

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Your criteria are a bit silly but I do believe you'd go bananas over the Beyerdynamic DT770 Anniversary limited edition. Check 'm out! 

Why silly? I like my rocking sub-bass (even outdoors, where bass tends to disappear) without compromising the rest of the frequency spectrum, I want an easily replaceable cable when it breaks, and I don't want to spend too much. I doubt I'm alone :)

 

What's special about this limited edition of the Beyers over the normal version, and how much would it cost anyways (in Canada)?

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Is there a difference between the M-80 and Crossfade LP2? 

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A big one, the LP2's are way more bass heavy...
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Originally Posted by blueangel2323 View Post

Why silly? I like my rocking sub-bass (even outdoors, where bass tends to disappear) without compromising the rest of the frequency spectrum, I want an easily replaceable cable when it breaks, and I don't want to spend too much. I doubt I'm alone :)

 

What's special about this limited edition of the Beyers over the normal version, and how much would it cost anyways (in Canada)?

I'm not sure he didn't mean it's a lot to expect for the price. At any rate, I think the Q40 or the K181 are the best options.

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What about the regular LP? 

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