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post #1711 of 1720
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Originally Posted by KopaZ View Post

I didn't liked the 1st gen momentum over ears from sennheiser because of the small ear pad...
my ears were cramped because of the small earpads not covering my ear entirely.. as it felt it was supra-aural, not circumaural.
so yeah, I had to return it.

Exactly!! And the fact that the bass was slow and muddy combined with a veiled treble. Couldn't return it fast enough.
post #1712 of 1720

Tie between the Klipsch S4 iems and Sennheiser HD700. Both terrible for classical. Very veiled and unclear. Couldn't get rid of them fast enough.

post #1713 of 1720
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Tie between the Klipsch S4 iems and Sennheiser HD700. Both terrible for classical. Very veiled and unclear. Couldn't get rid of them fast enough.

post #1714 of 1720

LSTN Troubadours. They were a gift, actually. Beautiful wooden cans but they disappoint.

post #1715 of 1720

Denon AH-d2000 , way too bright and felt way too cheap

post #1716 of 1720
Ultrasone hfi 780. They genuinely hurt to wear, sounded awful anyway.

Also focal spirit classic, uncomfortable, but I did manage to flip them for a profit. They were a very poor choice for electronic music as well.
post #1717 of 1720

For me, it was the Sennheiser HD600. I was actually happy with them. Long story short, I ended up comparing my 600 to a pair of Grado RS1.

 

I remember feeling nauseous, as I was thinking to myself, ''oh crap!, I bought the wrong headphones''. I couldn't believe the amount of details that I was missing with the 600, and was now able to hear clearly with the RS1.

post #1718 of 1720
Vsonic VSD1. Sounded great, but one of the housings split along the seam.
post #1719 of 1720

Able Planet NC300B noise cancelling headphones. The sound was decent enough for the price I paid, but they were cheaply made. After 5 months of fighting to keep the cans up and running I gave up and pitched them in the trash. 

 

The NC300B got me started in this hobby, so I can't say I regret buying it. It was the first step of what has been an enjoyable (albeit expensive) journey.  

post #1720 of 1720

Shure SE425, after buying Full Size Open back, they just don't compare. I felt like it could have been money that went towards a better amp/another pair of open backs...etc. I've used it once since I've bought it and now it just sits in my drawer collecting dust. I can't return it because Sweetwater doesn't offer returns for IEMs.

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