Has anyone been able to compare these two 'families' of headphones on sound quality or personal sound-appreciation?:
- Sennheiser PX 210 , PXC 310 (BT) , MM 400 , MM 450 (NOT PX 100 or PX 200)
- AKG K450 K480 NC (NOT K430 !!)
I mention them together, as each group seem to be very similar on the matter of sound-quality/drivers, except of course for additions such as bluetooth , noise-cancelling or incorporated microphone.
I'm pretty sure the sennheisers should sound all the same. As for the AKG's, I did read from 1 person that the K480 was a little better than the K450, what seemed strange, both to himself as to me. :)
I'm mainly looking at insights on their sound-quality, but I can't find a lot of info on any of those Sennheiser compared to any of those AKG's.
I'm thinking about aspects such as soundstage, instrument separation, presentation, detail, neutral vs. coloured.
or about any personal experience with them on the matter of sound quality or other aspects (e.g. comfort).
(...it shall be clear that I'm looking for small, foldable, closed headphones with good noise-isolation and as little leakage as possible, for travelling purposes )