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post #1696 of 1703
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Originally Posted by Canadian411 View Post


Ya that's what I thought until I heard d7000, gs1000, he500 etc.

I used to love lcd2.2 the dark sounding and later in time I noticed how much the sound was congested.

I am not an expert in audiophile world like you so I might be wrong but one thing I am sure that it was very very painful to wear audeze headphones even after I up both headband and lcd3 pads.

Just imo. Peace.

As a former GS1000 owner, I can definetly say that the Audeze LCD-2's trounce them. Even my AKG K340's, when properly powered sounded better.

post #1697 of 1703

Beats by Dre Studio...........

 

I don't regret the Solos though, because I managed to re-purpose them as a gift :D

post #1698 of 1703
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Beats by Dre Studio...........

 

I don't regret the Solos though, because I managed to re-purpose them as a gift :D

Why can't the Studios be gifted?

post #1699 of 1703
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Originally Posted by blueangel2323 View Post
 

Why can't the Studios be gifted?

I broke em.......

 

Headband snapped after I sat on it.. so much for build quality right?

post #1700 of 1703

^ NONE!!!

:L3000:

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No really even the worst of the worst had taught me something valuable in this crazy hobby so they were all "worth" it at the end. :happy_face1:

post #1701 of 1703

I own several headphones. I bought a pair of UR-10 for my granddaughter. These are made by KOSS. For the heck of it I plugged them in to check out. Wish I hadn't. The sound is terrible,feel uncomfortable and yes I knew they were cheap. But still The sound was not even somewhat clear. Way to much uncontrolled treble. They actually hurt one's ears. I did leave them plugged in for 24hrs to see if there was an improvement. I could not tell any difference. I will not give to my granddaughter. Maybe Goodwill.

post #1702 of 1703

denon d7100 .... very uncomfortable (well for me)    hot ears and not loud enough cheapish sound ...no way worth the money

I was  refunded -- £70..   cost was £400 new and i was thinking that was a good deal till I heard them!

post #1703 of 1703
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Originally Posted by popa View Post

I own several headphones. I bought a pair of UR-10 for my granddaughter. These are made by KOSS. For the heck of it I plugged them in to check out. Wish I hadn't. The sound is terrible,feel uncomfortable and yes I knew they were cheap. But still The sound was not even somewhat clear. Way to much uncontrolled treble. They actually hurt one's ears. I did leave them plugged in for 24hrs to see if there was an improvement. I could not tell any difference. I will not give to my granddaughter. Maybe Goodwill.

i hated those too they even look goofy and the pad ishard as a brick
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