Ah, yes. I've found this:
Thanks, I think that's it :)
You think thewould be decent for handheld gaming and music on the go?
I own the monoprice 8320 IEM's and while there are good they hurt my ears after awhile so i'm looking at clip ons since they look like an interesting option.
If you were to have to choose between the M-Stage and iCAN which would it be? I just ordered the Asgard 2 to pair with my MDs and will be looking to sell one of them. I am leaning towards keeping the M-Stage because it pairs so well with the K712.
I'm going to miss those switches on the iCAN, though. The choice will not be easy... but one must go.
Of course, I will be thoroughly testing the iCAN before selling (if I do decide to sell it) beforehand to make sure there aren't any issues like the other day. So far everything has been working just fine. I think I might still send it in for replacement, though... just for peace of mind.
I am convinced. Gonna get the ATH-A900X [W1000X is too expensive :/ and it'd be a shame to use for portable use :D]
Many reliable head-fi sources tell me they are pretty good.
Just don't tell MLE
Can you give me a link to the Sportapro I don't know if the one I'm looking at is the right one.
I just discovered Osu! (rhythm based game). Pretty bad ass and addicting. And you can enjoy music on your headphones at the same time, heh.
So far I've just been finding beatmaps of my favorite anime songs. I'm still trying to get used to the game (failing a lot).... apparently it's easier if you are playing on a tablet. On the PC you are stuck using your mouse pretty much, but it's still really fun.
Any other really good rhythm games out there? Only one I've really played before is Stepmania.
The Fidelio X1s look immense but they're open :( One of the main problems I often find with headphones is that they press the arms of my glasses into the side of my head, making my glasses feel like they're squashed up against my head. I'd love a super comfortable pair of headphones for music and gaming but I tend to end up getting IEMs simply because they don't interfere with my glasses, don't cause me discomfort and nobody near me can hear what I am listening to.
Why are there no headphones with glasses attached directly to them instead?
Mad Dogs won't work for portability reasons. I mean I am planning to use them portable first hand and I am not gonna spending some money on portable gear any time soon.
900X can be powered by my lowly Clip+. Mad Dogs, on the other hand... no way, right?
They are just releasing the Alpha Dogs which are an improvement to them but are way above my budget.
That said, I'd love to hear the Mad Dogs some day, but probably not now... Would be a waste IMO :/
Heh, I've never really had any problems while wearing glasses with the Annies, X1's or TH900. In fact, my glasses are really loose fitting and always sliding down my nose, so the headphones actually help keep them in place
I can see it being a problem with headphones that really clamp down on your head... but all of the above don't really do that.