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post #1171 of 1694

Fisher Audio FA 011-  horrible treble, searing, way too "U" shaped FR

Beyerdynamic DT 880 250 Ohm, boring!

post #1172 of 1694

Skullcandy Skullcrushers. Absolutely bloated and muddy as all get out in the low end. The one plus side I see is that the eventual breaking of the cable, due to that stupid in line amp, brought me to Head-Fi. I guess we all have to have our Skullcandy purchase before we get the good stuff. 

post #1173 of 1694
Etymoic 4p micropro, total and utter rubbish, compared to ue700 sennheiser ie60 and the mdr ex1000 they are not even close. You loose so much sound from songs its a joke,

Other pair was beyerdynamics 101, sound ok but too much middle.
post #1174 of 1694
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Originally Posted by Littleted View Post

Etymoic 4p micropro, total and utter rubbish,

 

Agreed. Couldn't sound further from reality!

post #1175 of 1694
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Originally Posted by jmorenor View Post

Monster iSport
Shure SE530 (cable issues multiple times)
Klipsch Image S5i Rugged (Remote is a pain during outdoor activities)
What were your issues with the iSports? I found them to be nearly indestructible. Most iem's only last me a couple months in my line of work but my iSports have been going strong for a year.
post #1176 of 1694
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Originally Posted by Poltergeist8108 View Post

Fisher Audio FA 011-  horrible treble, searing, way too "U" shaped FR

Beyerdynamic DT 880 250 Ohm, boring!

Had both.. sold both for the same reasons!

post #1177 of 1694

Koss porta pro "storm edition" (though I never paid) seriously who puts the effort into faking porta pros for a measly 30$??

post #1178 of 1694

Beats Studios. Actually my wife got them for me for Christmas and I had to keep them but I hated she spent that kind of money for those.

post #1179 of 1694

This is sortof in a 3rd person perspective...

 

My friend who has a measley hint of Audio Appreciation in him.

 

approached me asking how i got/how much my Grado SR80i's were and that he was thinking about getting some.

 

 

He said he bought Studio Beats.. hated how they sound..

 

And Bought SoloHD Beats...blink.gif

 

700 Why did he Downgrade?!?

post #1180 of 1694

Steelseries 5H. i should of got siberias... but i haven't regretted any audiophile grade headphone yet.

post #1181 of 1694

I regret buying Sony MDR XB1000s; I should've bought two. L3000.gif

post #1182 of 1694

B&W P3

They were so unbearably uncomfortable and would have to re-adjust them every 15 minutes.

What they cost me is what makes me regret trying them out. Still need to sell them off sometime soon.

post #1183 of 1694

XB500, was expecting booming bass but even they suck at making the bass boom properly. Bads bad mids. They have no isolation either so no portability. Friend seemed to like them so gave it to him.  I would prefer Beats over this, don't give me none of this Beats hate, then recommend the XB's as if they are any better. At least it's cheaper.

post #1184 of 1694

Brainwavz B2. They don't sound bad, just not the signature I was looking for. Way too harsh, no energy, and no bass.

post #1185 of 1694
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Originally Posted by awtryau89 View Post

Beats Studios. Actually my wife got them for me for Christmas and I had to keep them but I hated she spent that kind of money for those.

Feels :(

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