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post #121 of 3819
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Yah it'll come down, but do you really want to be late to the party??

 

Or do you want to finally be an early adopter, able to make sweeping SQ reviews where fellow Head-Fiers hang on your every word?

 

Personally I'm probably going to buy these as soon as they come out and likely sell the 840s. I like the 840s a lot (though I'm thinking crazy thoughts about buying the LCD-2) but these ones go to 11 -- velour, wanky silver plastic, "bumps," hidden wires, oh my!


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But yea, I'm looking forward to the sound in comparison to my 440's less fun, probably, overall sound improvement, definitely.

post #122 of 3819

Im much more interested in the Dj version. I'd like to know more about that one :[

post #123 of 3819
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Im much more interested in the Dj version. I'd like to know more about that one :[

agreed...seems like it has a portable cabling
 

post #124 of 3819

Isn't it just a more budget oriented version of hte 750s?

post #125 of 3819

i personally think the srh750dj will be better still. i dont mind teh coiled cord because it is replaceable and it seems really thick and reliable.

post #126 of 3819

I've never enjoyed coiled cables whilst I am DJing ( used to ) and I prefer a long  straight cord over coiled. Also, there is absolutely no excuse for that giant headband classic of all Shure full size headphones to have remained on the new DJ model.  It looks like the same size as the 940!   No DJ will actually wear that and bob their head up and down for a few hours.  But again I am sure it will sound excellent.  All the shures do.  

 

however, at the $99 price point I expect the 750dj to still sound nicer since it is still more expensive.  It looks like it is the Shure budget dj model

post #127 of 3819

Can't wait for SRH 940 basshead.gif

post #128 of 3819

oo, i love my srh440s. I think that these headphones will be great. 

 

also is that silver painted plastic or metal

post #129 of 3819

oh my god.

YES.

I WANT THESE.

never felt my SRH840 uncomfortable. in fact Senns hd600 and Beyers DT770-DT990 (which are usually considered good in terms of comfort) hurt and burn my head a lot.

in case of SRH840 i simply don't feel them.

the only thing i wanted my 840 to improve was their treble.

and..YES, they improved it (i hope)

i definetely want these. asap.

post #130 of 3819

http://www.shure.co.uk/products/headphones/srh940

 

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post #131 of 3819
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http://www.shure.co.uk/products/headphones/srh940

 

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That seems strange, as I thought they were supposed to be lighter than the SRH 840. I wonder if they are including the weight of the zippered hardshell box in that equation?

post #132 of 3819

I like my srh440 alot, i hope that the 940's will have better bass response.

post #133 of 3819
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http://www.shure.co.uk/products/headphones/srh940

 

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That seems strange, as I thought they were supposed to be lighter than the SRH 840. I wonder if they are including the weight of the zippered hardshell box in that equation?


the earcups actually seem longer than the SRH840...i think this is accurate

post #134 of 3819

I'm getting those 940's :)

post #135 of 3819

Ugh...I hope these don't end up making me regret my KRK KNS-8400 purchase.  Will have to demo them when they're available.

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