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The bass gets boomy as the soles wear out.

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Originally Posted by StanD View Post
 

Whew, for a moment I thought that burning in or having used my HD600's over time would cause them to turn into sneakers:D

 

 

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Originally Posted by Tuco1965 View Post
 

Mine turned into hikers. :tongue_smile:

Dang, I was hoping that mine would turn into HD800's. I was sooo dissapointed.:mad: Maybe if I keep listening......

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Originally Posted by palmfish View Post
 

The bass gets boomy as the soles wear out.

LMAO :biggrin:

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Originally Posted by palmfish View Post
 

The bass gets boomy as the soles wear out.

You can speed that up by taking off the earpads and going barefoot.:D

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Guys,

 

What is your opinion on M stage VS O2 ?

 

There are very less comparisons between these two. Any light upon this topic would be really helpful.

 

Purely based upon SQ, ignoring all other factors like price and portability.

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Originally Posted by StanD View Post
 

 

 

Dang, I was hoping that mine would turn into HD800's. I was sooo dissapointed.:mad: Maybe if I keep listening......

 

   Hehe.. A true designer.. Can it  even be  achieved? :wink_face:

   HD600 was tonally balanced if compared to HD800 .

   They sounded further away also

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If you are in need of a new headband pad and if you are ready for some moderate DIY, you could possibly be interested in this.

 

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Originally Posted by kamalz View Post
 

 

   Hehe.. A true designer.. Can it  even be  achieved? :wink_face:

   HD600 was tonally balanced if compared to HD800 .

   They sounded further away also

I can keep burning them in, untill I imagine they're different.:wink_face: 

Even though I like they way they are.

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Back to my hearing issues... My doctor thinks I have a liquid collecting behind my eardrums. I have taken one week course of ear drops antibiotics (to remove ear inflammation/infection)

and a steroid nasal spray (to open up canals and allow the liquid from my ears drain down to nasopharynx). I'm now back from vacation, but I haven't tried wearing my HD600s just yet...

But I think I have an improvement. Super-sensitivity is mostly gone and I've enjoyed some music without pain and ringing on my big stereo yesterday night.

 

I urge everyone having issues similar to mine to go and see their physician!


Edited by madwolfa - 3/23/14 at 8:56am
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Originally Posted by madwolfa View Post
 

Back to my hearing issues... My doctor thinks I have a liquid collecting behind my eardrums. I have taken one week course of ear drops antibiotics (to remove ear inflammation/infection)

and a nasal spray (to open up canals and allow the liquid from my ears drain down to nasopharynx). I'm now back from vacation, but I haven't tried wearing my HD600s just yet...

But I think I have an improvement. Super-sensitivity is mostly gone and I've enjoyed some music without pain and ringing on my big stereo yesterday night.

 

I urge everyone having issues similar to mine to go and see their physician!

I hope you get back to normal and can enjoy your 600s again.

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I must say that the little Schiits play real nice with my 600s.  Very impressed with them so far.  Great value.

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Originally Posted by Tuco1965 View Post
 

I must say that the little Schiits play real nice with my 600s.  Very impressed with them so far.  Great value.

After reading some reports that the Magni was a little less tinny than when it first came out, I ordered one. I should be able to test everything Tuesday. 

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I don't find it tinny to my ears.  The Magni and Modi sound like they should cost more.  I wanted a small rig to move around the house with me when I don't feel sitting at my main stack.  Very impressed with how the 600s sound with this setup.

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Originally Posted by madwolfa View Post
 

Back to my hearing issues... My doctor thinks I have a liquid collecting behind my eardrums. I have taken one week course of ear drops antibiotics (to remove ear inflammation/infection)

and a steroid nasal spray (to open up canals and allow the liquid from my ears drain down to nasopharynx). I'm now back from vacation, but I haven't tried wearing my HD600s just yet...

But I think I have an improvement. Super-sensitivity is mostly gone and I've enjoyed some music without pain and ringing on my big stereo yesterday night.

 

I urge everyone having issues similar to mine to go and see their physician!

Outstanding, glad to hear things are looking up for you. I wonder if your new found ears will require a burn in period? :D 

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Originally Posted by StanD View Post
 

Outstanding, glad to hear things are looking up for you. I wonder if your new found ears will require a burn in period? :D 

 

They do, I had to crank up my listening volumes a bit and I had trouble understanding some people talking to me.

Looks like my brain had to readapt to lower hearing sensitivity.


Edited by madwolfa - 3/23/14 at 2:48pm
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