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post #7051 of 8682
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Originally Posted by Snips View Post

 

What headphone stand are you using? Those look pretty sleek.

 

The HD600s pair well with the stand. :wink_face:

 

The stand is called "Fischer Audio: The Curve"

post #7052 of 8682

Something similar : http://www.thomann.de/fr/rooms_audio_typ_fs_b_headphone_stand.htm

 

Ali

post #7053 of 8682
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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post
 

 

The HD600s pair well with the stand. :wink_face:

 

The stand is called "Fischer Audio: The Curve"

 

How are you liking the amp!!!

post #7054 of 8682
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Originally Posted by mrAdrian View Post
 

 

How are you liking the amp!!!

 

Couldn't be happier - thanks again mate. 

 

A perfect companion to the HD600!

post #7055 of 8682

Hello there, 

 

I just wonder which IEM would suit this badass hd600. Cant really make hd 600 portable due to its size, well now im thinking of IEM on the road. I had own this hd600 for almost 5 years and still amazed with what it can offer. Definitely recommended for new user out there!

post #7056 of 8682

Yadako, go check out the FitEar ToGo 334 IEM. I think it has some good qualities of the HD600 and more but it's priced around 1349 for a universal IEM which is pretty pricey. Like you I'm on the quest to find an IEM that sounds similar, if not better than the HD600. The main reason for this is that I spend more time away from home.


Edited by Francisk - 3/17/14 at 12:59am
post #7057 of 8682

wow for a 1500 IEM just to match hd600?

post #7058 of 8682

That's why the HD600 is always at the top of the value/performance ratio list :D  but of course I'm not saying that The FitEar TG334 has the excact sound as the HD600. Just that it has a resemblance in sound signature and more.....


Edited by Francisk - 3/17/14 at 12:57am
post #7059 of 8682
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Originally Posted by Francisk View Post
 

That's why the HD600 is always at the top of the value/performance ratio list :D  but of course I'm not saying that The FitEar TG334 has the excact sound as the HD600. Just that it has a resemblance in sound signature and more.....

back to my never-ending journey then, really hope some IEM specialist would recommend one in the future

post #7060 of 8682

Try creating a new topic for this and you should have many experts here that will help you

post #7061 of 8682
I asked this question on here. Tumbleweed.
I get the impression that no IEM can equal the 600's.
post #7062 of 8682
Never say never in this day and age krismusic. Technology is always progressing and we all can't predict what's coming along.
post #7063 of 8682

Yup. I've purchased the HD600 yet again. I can't stay away... 

 

Anyone found a new, budget, solid-state amp that they love? I've owned the E9, E09K, Magni, O2, Headroom Micro, SR71A, Neco Soundlab V3 and Pico Power... Out of all of those, my favs have been the Headroom Micro, SR71A, Neco Soundlab and Pico Power, if that helps. Headroom Micro's are tough to find, E09K is too dark, O2 lacks dynamics (imo), SR71A and Pico Power are too spendy, and V3 is discontinued. 

 

Thanks! 

post #7064 of 8682

Seems to be a lot of repeat purchasers for the HD600s.

post #7065 of 8682
Your not going to find an iem that sounds like any full sized open back headphone. Completely different designs that can not sound the same. Your question should be about finding a good iem with a good balanced sound in and of itself. You can't compare apples to oranges. So I'd comb the iem reviews for the qualities you like.
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