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post #31 of 1566
Grado's. will never own another pair!
post #32 of 1566
Fostex T20RP, not enjoyable in the slightest. Good thing my friend found them useful for mixing, or they would've met Mr Twelve Gauge.
post #33 of 1566
ATH ES7 from ebay (they were fakes). Own real one's now.
post #34 of 1566
Buyers remorse but no regret in the end really. I could say SR 60 but it made it much easier ignoring other grados... It´s not practical to be a grado fan over hear anyway ...

Could also say Hd 650 but if I hadn´t got it I would still be curious about that too.

I regret once selling the DX 1000 though but that´s about it as for sellers remorse.
post #35 of 1566
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Originally Posted by krmathis View Post
No regrets. All part of the experience...
Wise words
post #36 of 1566
No regrets about the listing experience but in terms of the money spent, hell yes.
Owned and sold:
SR80i
MS1
HD595
K701

Won't be buying Grados again and if the 595 are like the rest of the Senn range I'll stay clear. The K701's just did not live up to my expectations and I was very disappointed.
post #37 of 1566
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Originally Posted by Eagle Eye View Post
ATH ES7 from ebay (they were fakes). Own real one's now.
Oh, yeah: My first pair of (fake) PX100's. The second, OG pair was much, much better, purchased after my knock-offs split in two.
post #38 of 1566
Sure I regret buying Sennheiser CX300 because bass was very bloated. At least they were cheap and also tough me I like more neutral phones.
post #39 of 1566
SRH-840. Thought they were terrible.
post #40 of 1566
K701, not because they are bad or anything. Its just not getting used with the evil AD1000PRM here.
post #41 of 1566
sennheiser EH-150

terrible terrible terrible comfort.

the cheap leather ear pads don't even properly fit on a normal ear, your ears start burning after 1 hour or so. It was the worst $40 i have ever spend.

It's so ******** that people give rave about their comfort being top notch.

I was really ready to settle for these and not get into the 'hi-fi audio world' , but the comfort was absolutely garbage.

I'm glad i stepped it up and went with the beyerdynamic cans, i don't think i can ever trust Sennheiser again
post #42 of 1566
Denon D1001k... since it started the whole slippery slope for me... sorry for my wallet

On the other hand, I fully regret that I have sold the HD800. I might repurchase it in near future
post #43 of 1566
All the crappy low end headphones I bought before I discovered proper ones!
post #44 of 1566
HD650, it demands great sources, great amps, cables and balanced setups, how about my wallet?
post #45 of 1566
Sony MDR-D777 I don't even remember what compelled me to buy that headphone. I'm with Nachkebia, except instead of the HD650, I'd say the K1000s.
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