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has anyone compared teh beats pros and the shure srh750djs. if so what are your thoughts. i think i liked the pros better.biggrin.gif



u bought beats pros? i actually want to know =\ ihope 750s are better lol


no i didnt buy them i auditioned them at best buy. they let me plug them into my ipod.

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has anyone compared teh beats pros and the shure srh750djs. if so what are your thoughts. i think i liked the pros better.biggrin.gif



u bought beats pros? i actually want to know =\ ihope 750s are better lol


no i didnt buy them i auditioned them at best buy. they let me plug them into my ipod.



Jerks - I had to buy them and return them - they wouldn't "demo" any. Back in August '10 when I decided to get decent speakers I bought every model from FS - So Shure 440, 840, Beats Solo, Beats Studio, a few Sennheisers - it was one HELL of a bill lol. But then like 5 of the Future Shop guys and I went out back and listened to them all. I ended up with the Studios, but again, returned them the day after - I basically said "to hell with it, I'll wait for a few months and start my hunt again". And that was my story.

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has anyone compared teh beats pros and the shure srh750djs. if so what are your thoughts. i think i liked the pros better.biggrin.gif



u bought beats pros? i actually want to know =\ ihope 750s are better lol


no i didnt buy them i auditioned them at best buy. they let me plug them into my ipod.



Jerks - I had to buy them and return them - they wouldn't "demo" any. Back in August '10 when I decided to get decent speakers I bought every model from FS - So Shure 440, 840, Beats Solo, Beats Studio, a few Sennheisers - it was one HELL of a bill lol. But then like 5 of the Future Shop guys and I went out back and listened to them all. I ended up with the Studios, but again, returned them the day after - I basically said "to hell with it, I'll wait for a few months and start my hunt again". And that was my story.

ironically it was futureshop i auditioned them i just say best buy because its owned by best buy. but yeah they had a few open box models of the studios and the pros. i tried the studios and thought they were pathetic. but i tried the pros and to be honest i actually liked them. in fact if they were under $200 i would pick up a pair.
 

post #19 of 215

off to the post office to pick the badboy srh750, ihope its not fake ahh i hope they mess up and delivered 500$ headphones instead! i have to walk now ahhh!

post #20 of 215

ehhhhh i recieved a broken one.... ill try to return it >.< only the L worked, i think its the wires in the headband... are those hard to fix?

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ehhhhh i recieved a broken one.... ill try to return it >.< only the L worked, i think its the wires in the headband... are those hard to fix?



Imo don't take a broken product. Better to wait for the working deal.

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And I just received my E5 and Ultrasone Pro 750 - I'm not gonna lie, these things BLOW the 750djs out of the water - but they def need an amp. And the Pro 750 are SO comfortable - I've put them on my head now and I don't think they'll be leaving it for 2-3 days lol. That being said I'm still sad that due to the headband design I'm going to have to return my 750djs - cuz they still rock :D.

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And I just received my E5 and Ultrasone Pro 750 - I'm not gonna lie, these things BLOW the 750djs out of the water - but they def need an amp. And the Pro 750 are SO comfortable - I've put them on my head now and I don't think they'll be leaving it for 2-3 days lol. That being said I'm still sad that due to the headband design I'm going to have to return my 750djs - cuz they still rock :D.



oh man thats awesome.. did utry it with ipod>lod>e5>pro750?

 

 

yea man ill return these for sure and just get brand new ones >.< im regretting not buying brand new ones instead...

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diodel did try getting a new cable it could possibly just be the cable. the cables are about $20 on amazon or you could order directly from shure.

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And I just received my E5 and Ultrasone Pro 750 - I'm not gonna lie, these things BLOW the 750djs out of the water - but they def need an amp. And the Pro 750 are SO comfortable - I've put them on my head now and I don't think they'll be leaving it for 2-3 days lol. That being said I'm still sad that due to the headband design I'm going to have to return my 750djs - cuz they still rock :D.



oh man thats awesome.. did utry it with ipod>lod>e5>pro750?

 

 

yea man ill return these for sure and just get brand new ones >.< im regretting not buying brand new ones instead...


why do mine distort so much. i love them they look good and sound really good but i cannot stand the distortion. i am not using an amp or dac. and the beats pros didn't distort so i highly doubt its because it can't be driven. did i get a dud. i used my pioneer se m390 the other day and they cost $70 and they didn't distort as much but still did distort to much. and they sounded very muddy but still sounded much better then the shures distortion wise. wtf is going on here. the shures cost 2x the price. why is it so hard to find a pair of headphones that do not distort. my logitech speakers which cost $30 don't distort. i thought headphones were the cheaper way to get higher end audio. please tell me if it happens to you. does it distort without an amp. and if so did an amp fix it. please help me i dont want to have to get rid of these. as i cannot bring them back to the store. i just want to have a distortionless music experience.

for those wondering i'm listening to rock and metal. and don't say its the music i listen to as electronic techno/trance does it to. especially on the high pitched vocals or guitars.

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diodel did try getting a new cable it could possibly just be the cable. the cables are about $20 on amazon or you could order directly from shure.

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Originally Posted by diodiel View Post



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Originally Posted by Speedv1 View Post

And I just received my E5 and Ultrasone Pro 750 - I'm not gonna lie, these things BLOW the 750djs out of the water - but they def need an amp. And the Pro 750 are SO comfortable - I've put them on my head now and I don't think they'll be leaving it for 2-3 days lol. That being said I'm still sad that due to the headband design I'm going to have to return my 750djs - cuz they still rock :D.



oh man thats awesome.. did utry it with ipod>lod>e5>pro750?

 

 

yea man ill return these for sure and just get brand new ones >.< im regretting not buying brand new ones instead...


why do mine distort so much. i love them they look good and sound really good but i cannot stand the distortion. i am not using an amp or dac. and the beats pros didn't distort so i highly doubt its because it can't be driven. did i get a dud. i used my pioneer se m390 the other day and they cost $70 and they didn't distort as much but still did distort to much. and they sounded very muddy but still sounded much better then the shures distortion wise. wtf is going on here. the shures cost 2x the price. why is it so hard to find a pair of headphones that do not distort. my logitech speakers which cost $30 don't distort. i thought headphones were the cheaper way to get higher end audio. please tell me if it happens to you. does it distort without an amp. and if so did an amp fix it. please help me i dont want to have to get rid of these. as i cannot bring them back to the store. i just want to have a distortionless music experience.

for those wondering i'm listening to rock and metal. and don't say its the music i listen to as electronic techno/trance does it to. especially on the high pitched vocals or guitars.


ohhman i dont know about that, itried the broken 750s, they werent distorting... the L side "only working part" sounded really clear but i had to max my ipod's volume >.<

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And I just received my E5 and Ultrasone Pro 750 - I'm not gonna lie, these things BLOW the 750djs out of the water - but they def need an amp. And the Pro 750 are SO comfortable - I've put them on my head now and I don't think they'll be leaving it for 2-3 days lol. That being said I'm still sad that due to the headband design I'm going to have to return my 750djs - cuz they still rock :D.



oh man thats awesome.. did utry it with ipod>lod>e5>pro750?

 

 

yea man ill return these for sure and just get brand new ones >.< im regretting not buying brand new ones instead...


I'm currently listening to some Lossless music with iphone>lod>e5>pro 750 and they STILL sound amazing :D. Without the amp I needed 1/2-3/4 iphone volume to make it work haha.

 

Well I'm sure it'll be an easy swap for fixed ones (I hope!).

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diodel did try getting a new cable it could possibly just be the cable. the cables are about $20 on amazon or you could order directly from shure.

quote:
Originally Posted by diodiel View Post



Quote:
Originally Posted by Speedv1 View Post

And I just received my E5 and Ultrasone Pro 750 - I'm not gonna lie, these things BLOW the 750djs out of the water - but they def need an amp. And the Pro 750 are SO comfortable - I've put them on my head now and I don't think they'll be leaving it for 2-3 days lol. That being said I'm still sad that due to the headband design I'm going to have to return my 750djs - cuz they still rock :D.



oh man thats awesome.. did utry it with ipod>lod>e5>pro750?

 

 

yea man ill return these for sure and just get brand new ones >.< im regretting not buying brand new ones instead...


why do mine distort so much. i love them they look good and sound really good but i cannot stand the distortion. i am not using an amp or dac. and the beats pros didn't distort so i highly doubt its because it can't be driven. did i get a dud. i used my pioneer se m390 the other day and they cost $70 and they didn't distort as much but still did distort to much. and they sounded very muddy but still sounded much better then the shures distortion wise. wtf is going on here. the shures cost 2x the price. why is it so hard to find a pair of headphones that do not distort. my logitech speakers which cost $30 don't distort. i thought headphones were the cheaper way to get higher end audio. please tell me if it happens to you. does it distort without an amp. and if so did an amp fix it. please help me i dont want to have to get rid of these. as i cannot bring them back to the store. i just want to have a distortionless music experience.

for those wondering i'm listening to rock and metal. and don't say its the music i listen to as electronic techno/trance does it to. especially on the high pitched vocals or guitars.


ohhman i dont know about that, itried the broken 750s, they werent distorting... the L side "only working part" sounded really clear but i had to max my ipod's volume >.<

i think i may have gotten a dud. oh i wish i hadn't everything i read about these headphones are praises about their sound quality. they sound clear but they distort high notes. and it really irritates them. and its not because i listen to loud because even at really quiet it distorts. something is wrong most of my other headphones can go quiet without distorting but these can"t.

 

that song distorts when he sings the chorus (counting bodies like sheep to the rythm  of the war drums)

does it distort for you. thats the premier example i could think of. even at low volumes it distorts. it really hurts my ears. it makes a screeching noise when it plays high frequencies. does it do that for you. even the slightest distort bugs me. does an amp fix it for you guys. thanks for the help.

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diodel did try getting a new cable it could possibly just be the cable. the cables are about $20 on amazon or you could order directly from shure.

quote:
Originally Posted by diodiel View Post



Quote:
Originally Posted by Speedv1 View Post

And I just received my E5 and Ultrasone Pro 750 - I'm not gonna lie, these things BLOW the 750djs out of the water - but they def need an amp. And the Pro 750 are SO comfortable - I've put them on my head now and I don't think they'll be leaving it for 2-3 days lol. That being said I'm still sad that due to the headband design I'm going to have to return my 750djs - cuz they still rock :D.



oh man thats awesome.. did utry it with ipod>lod>e5>pro750?

 

 

yea man ill return these for sure and just get brand new ones >.< im regretting not buying brand new ones instead...


why do mine distort so much. i love them they look good and sound really good but i cannot stand the distortion. i am not using an amp or dac. and the beats pros didn't distort so i highly doubt its because it can't be driven. did i get a dud. i used my pioneer se m390 the other day and they cost $70 and they didn't distort as much but still did distort to much. and they sounded very muddy but still sounded much better then the shures distortion wise. wtf is going on here. the shures cost 2x the price. why is it so hard to find a pair of headphones that do not distort. my logitech speakers which cost $30 don't distort. i thought headphones were the cheaper way to get higher end audio. please tell me if it happens to you. does it distort without an amp. and if so did an amp fix it. please help me i dont want to have to get rid of these. as i cannot bring them back to the store. i just want to have a distortionless music experience.

for those wondering i'm listening to rock and metal. and don't say its the music i listen to as electronic techno/trance does it to. especially on the high pitched vocals or guitars.


ohhman i dont know about that, itried the broken 750s, they werent distorting... the L side "only working part" sounded really clear but i had to max my ipod's volume >.<

i think i may have gotten a dud. oh i wish i hadn't everything i read about these headphones are praises about their sound quality. they sound clear but they distort high notes. and it really irritates them. and its not because i listen to loud because even at really quiet it distorts. something is wrong most of my other headphones can go quiet without distorting but these can"t.

 

that song distorts when he sings the chorus (counting bodies like sheep to the rythm  of the war drums)

does it distort for you. thats the premier example i could think of. even at low volumes it distorts. it really hurts my ears. it makes a screeching noise when it plays high frequencies. does it do that for you. even the slightest distort bugs me. does an amp fix it for you guys. thanks for the help.



lol its does sounds really crazy during those part i think youre right while hes singing the chorus... some cymbals or drummings are all scrumbled or maybe its just kinda annoying lol you got any sample song?

post #29 of 215

i think its just that link,haha even on my normal speakers it sounded annoying during chorus..with thecymbals after the guy says the lyrics on chorus its lyk that big "flak sound"

try other links besides youtube

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Originally Posted by diodiel View Post



Quote:
Originally Posted by bcasey25raptor View Post


diodel did try getting a new cable it could possibly just be the cable. the cables are about $20 on amazon or you could order directly from shure.

quote:
Originally Posted by diodiel View Post



Quote:
Originally Posted by Speedv1 View Post

And I just received my E5 and Ultrasone Pro 750 - I'm not gonna lie, these things BLOW the 750djs out of the water - but they def need an amp. And the Pro 750 are SO comfortable - I've put them on my head now and I don't think they'll be leaving it for 2-3 days lol. That being said I'm still sad that due to the headband design I'm going to have to return my 750djs - cuz they still rock :D.



oh man thats awesome.. did utry it with ipod>lod>e5>pro750?

 

 

yea man ill return these for sure and just get brand new ones >.< im regretting not buying brand new ones instead...


why do mine distort so much. i love them they look good and sound really good but i cannot stand the distortion. i am not using an amp or dac. and the beats pros didn't distort so i highly doubt its because it can't be driven. did i get a dud. i used my pioneer se m390 the other day and they cost $70 and they didn't distort as much but still did distort to much. and they sounded very muddy but still sounded much better then the shures distortion wise. wtf is going on here. the shures cost 2x the price. why is it so hard to find a pair of headphones that do not distort. my logitech speakers which cost $30 don't distort. i thought headphones were the cheaper way to get higher end audio. please tell me if it happens to you. does it distort without an amp. and if so did an amp fix it. please help me i dont want to have to get rid of these. as i cannot bring them back to the store. i just want to have a distortionless music experience.

for those wondering i'm listening to rock and metal. and don't say its the music i listen to as electronic techno/trance does it to. especially on the high pitched vocals or guitars.


ohhman i dont know about that, itried the broken 750s, they werent distorting... the L side "only working part" sounded really clear but i had to max my ipod's volume >.<



I also didn't have distorting issues EXCEPT for low bitrate songs. What is your source raptor, and kbps of your songs?

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