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Got them today and i gotta say it sounds great right out of the box. I think I'm going to keep this. do you guys know any good adapter to use with iPhone?



I think this is what you're talking about.

 

http://www.amazon.com/Monster-iSoniTalk-Microphone-Headphone-Adapter/dp/B000V8RCTS/ref=sr_1_5?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1322701383&sr=1-5

 

post #182 of 187

How are these headphones(especially the Beats Solo HD) compared to the Audio Technica ATH-M50?

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How are these headphones(especially the Beats Solo HD) compared to the Audio Technica ATH-M50?


Not very well if you are after things like clarity and detail. There's a review of the M50 in my other review thread: http://www.head-fi.org/t/433318/shootout-96-portable-headphones-reviewed-v-moda-m-80-added-11-27-11

 

 

post #184 of 187

really? solos with midrange you must have gotten a defective pair lolz :P all the solos ive heard are muddy even muddier then my crossfades lol 

post #185 of 187

Awesome review so I will never regret to order XB 700 :)

Thank for making me feel that I made a good choice !!!

post #186 of 187

Great review!

Seems I made a good choice picking the HD-25 (plus I paid them a bit less than 200$).I needed a good pair of headphones for portable and djing use (although I use them also at home for listening) and I'd say they're great.

The only thing they lack is a bit of ambient reproduction (don't know how to say it,sorry tongue_smile.gif) as many closed-back cans do...

 

Good detailed sound and awesome listens btw  beyersmile.png

post #187 of 187
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The only thing they lack is a bit of ambient reproduction (don't know how to say it,sorry tongue_smile.gif) as many closed-back cans do...

 

Soundstage/headstage. The HD25 doesn't have much in the way of either.

 

And thanks, glad you're enjoying them.

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