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post #106 of 680

Sony MDR-7550 for €149, best price I've seen in Europe so far.

 

http://www.session.de/gb-Sony-MDR-7550-Stage.html

post #107 of 680

Have you noticed the specs ? something is wrong probably its the 7510 specs so judging from the shop´s average pricing (not so low) who knows what you get if your order one


Edited by ninogui - 2/15/13 at 2:28am
post #108 of 680
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Originally Posted by ninogui View Post

Have you noticed the specs ? something is wrong probably its the 7510 specs so judging from the shop´s average pricing (not so low) who knows what you get if your order one

 

I agree the specs look somewhat dubious. Anyway, I've ordered a pair, will let you know how it goes.

post #109 of 680
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Originally Posted by ninogui View Post

... who knows what you get if your order one

 

Well my order was delivered today. Looks like the real deal:

 

post #110 of 680
For what it's worth that looks like mine back when I bought one.
post #111 of 680
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Originally Posted by james444 View Post

Well my order was delivered today. Looks like the real deal:

 

Nice find! beerchug.gif

post #112 of 680

too bad its not for the ex1000s

post #113 of 680

Well they sound like sissy EX1000s, so I think they're genuine, lol. wink.gif

post #114 of 680

what do you mean by "sissy"? seriously considering the 7550 at that price! how is it compared to the ex1000?

post #115 of 680

Very very restrained overall, particularly the highs. The EX1000, which I consider quite romantic, sound almost aggressive next to the 7550.

post #116 of 680

just in the treble, or is the sub bass, which is outstanding on the ex1000 also calmed down?

post #117 of 680
Great find. Ordered them today. Perhaps (not very likely) I am full circle now
, as this headphone craze
once started with how nice my sony's sounded.
Mdr ?????? 57 or something it was then.
Anyway thanks.
post #118 of 680
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Originally Posted by sofastreamer View Post

just in the treble, or is the sub bass, which is outstanding on the ex1000 also calmed down?

 

Maybe just a bit, but much less so than the highs. And they still retain the EX1000's great low end extension. But from their overall sound signature these are clearly stage monitors, tuned to enhance the midrange and sound non-fatiguing.

post #119 of 680

On offer for today only and limited stock for £39.99 (52% off) are the Sennheiser OCX 880:

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sennheiser-OCX-880-Adjustable-Integrated/dp/B0035JKJB8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1362398908&sr=8-1

post #120 of 680
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Originally Posted by phlashbios View Post

On offer for today only and limited stock for £39.99 (52% off) are the Sennheiser OCX 880:

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sennheiser-OCX-880-Adjustable-Integrated/dp/B0035JKJB8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1362398908&sr=8-1

 

Do you know if they're any good? Even for that price, I mean... popcorn.gif

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