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post #1261 of 1693

 

 

 

 

 When I received the package it said FRAGLE RE0. Even if the word was misspelled, I should have taken the warning much more seriously.eek.gif

post #1262 of 1693

Ultrasone 580 because the pads were too uncomfortable for me. They have the hardest pleather pads I have ever tried.

post #1263 of 1693
post #1264 of 1693
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AD700s. http://www.head-fi.org/t/655854/im-not-very-impressed-by-my-new-ad700s :(

Tried it at the shop, very wide, but the soundstage is not accurate and seems forced open, and the headphone has almost no bass what so ever.

post #1265 of 1693

My first pair of good headphones that got me into this hobby. If it hadn't been for those, I would have much more money now. tongue.gif

post #1266 of 1693

I slightly regret buying hd650 because they are not to versatile ending with me buying supplements since I listen to many different kinds of music. I should definitely gone with something more allround.

post #1267 of 1693

For me it was my HD600, i regretted buying them the day that i compared them to Grado's RS1s, i sold them soon after and never looked back.

post #1268 of 1693

The Grados sr80i. So SO uncomfortable (especially with my glasses) and the sound practically punched a hole in my head like it was a balloon. 

post #1269 of 1693
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The Grados sr80i. So SO uncomfortable (especially with my glasses) and the sound practically punched a hole in my head like it was a balloon. 

HA!tongue.gif

post #1270 of 1693

Probably my 598's. They're great but I got the 650's a year later and those have been all I listen to ever since. Granted it was a good year with them but I still feel that I didn't get enough use out of them.

post #1271 of 1693

Bose headphones are just awful..deadhorse.gif

post #1272 of 1693

I regret buying the AKG K167. Only headphone I've ever had that broke.

post #1273 of 1693

This is a funny thread.....seems like almost everyone bought the wrong type of headphone for their style of listening.  Research before you buy to get the sound signature you want first.  I was told always have a few different sets if you listen to a wide variety of music.....LOL!!!

post #1274 of 1693
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This is a funny thread.....seems like almost everyone bought the wrong type of headphone for their style of listening.  Research before you buy to get the sound signature you want first.  I was told always have a few different sets if you listen to a wide variety of music.....LOL!!!

lol well only those who had wrong selections post here, which is not a big slice of the population here, some also posted due to having comfort issues and build (like Tus-Chan above) as well.
And that being said, its nice to have a set of polar opposites wink.gif

post #1275 of 1693

Definitely a pair of Monster Dre Beat earbuds. Nothing to do with sound, for a week I had to shove them into my ears every five minutes and I eventually returned them. Part of what made them so bad was that I had bought them from my good friend's store and he was excited to see me buy them. I felt so bad bringing them back, but there was no way I was throwing away 100+ dollars on a set of earbuds I couldn't keep in my ears.

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