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post #511 of 901

My bet is on this one

 

Philips Fidelio X1

 

post #512 of 901
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Originally Posted by Zealand21 View Post

My bet is on this one

Philips Fidelio X1
It just looks like they're trying too hard to me. Seems like a blend between Grado and AKG, to try and target that "retro" look that is becoming popular. (similar to the Sennheiser Momentum, which I think looks bad for other reasons)
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Originally Posted by Cakensaur View Post

For me it has to be RS2i
They're just too thick, and look ridiculous when anyone is wearing them.

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If they were flush like the SR225 on the left of this photo, I think they would look a lot better. As it is, they look ridiculous when someone is wearing them. And I don't think much of Grado's craftsmanship at all. None of their wooden headphones are all that well finished, and I have to imagine that's why they are moving to metal for their higher-end again, as it's a lot easier to machine a nice part than it is to work with wood.


And going back to this post, referring to the Z1000:
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Originally Posted by StudioSound View Post

I think they are one of the best looking headphone designs in recent years, and I would argue that the 7520 looks even better, which is unusual for Sony. I find that Sony usually gets the design of a product right the first time around, and tends to make things look worse with newer revisions until the next complete redesign comes along, but I prefer the more uniform all black look the monitors have. I think that there will be interest in the Z1000/7520 a few years from now, when people look back on the design of them retrospectively.
Here is a photo of my MDR-7520:
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(I should have extended the headband a bit)


Working my way back through the "Show us your Head-Fi station at it's current state" topic, I have come to appreciate the AKG K550 design more. I think it's one of the best looking headphones they've put out for a long time - but I do think they are too large, and look ridiculous on most people. Oval shaped earcups make a lot more sense than circular ones for circumaural headphones. I think they ruined the look with the K551, and from owning a pair a while back, they really need to work on their ergonomics. They don't make a good seal on a lot of people - which I suspect is actually due to the large round cups, rather than a lack of clamping force - and the headband padding was inadequate. But AKG have always had trouble designing comfortable headbands.
post #513 of 901

HD800...it is a dauntless design.

post #514 of 901

I agree. Looks too much like AKGs, but I think they succeeded. I like the choice of materials, lack of small plastic pieces and the headband. No bumps that need a good time of wear to soften up. Just my humble opinion though.

post #515 of 901

I love what the shure 1840 looks like. It is glamourous to me.

post #516 of 901

Well, looking is a matter of taste. It depends on person. If you like industrial headphones, I would suggest a German-MAESTRO GMP 8.35D Monitor. For me, it is fantastic in its own way.

 

 

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post #517 of 901

I can't make out the model of those HiFiMAN's.  Which one is it?

post #518 of 901

What HiFiMAN's?

post #519 of 901

My vote goes to my Vmods100 :)

post #520 of 901
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Originally Posted by soundaddicted View Post

Akg K702, HD800's and Skullcandies (just for looks) biggrin.gif

Skullcandy?! Those look flimsy and ugly IMO triportsad.gif

post #521 of 901

Those look pretty snazzy

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Originally Posted by Jerryberry View Post

My vote goes to my Vmods100 :)

post #522 of 901

I'm starting to dig the looks of the LCD-3.

 

post #523 of 901

Yes, there are headphones in this picture. biggrin.gif

 

 

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Edited by bareyb - 3/17/13 at 12:43pm
post #524 of 901

Signature DJs. 

 

 

 


Edited by bareyb - 3/17/13 at 12:48pm
post #525 of 901
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Originally Posted by s235310241 View Post

I love what the shure 1840 looks like. It is glamourous to me.

+1 I've always loved the look of the design. Also Beyer T1 looks wonderful to me.

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