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I bet the HD600 is good with the Man Of Steel OST and also the Angels and Demons OST...I better get listening...

Oh, the Angels & Demons recording sessions sounds brilliant. One of my favourites from that studio. The dynamics come through brilliantly on the HD600. Between the Man of Steel and Angels & Demons score you might be surprised when comparing 'God Save Us' from A&D to some cues on MOS... you'll see what I mean... it might change your entire view on the MOS score with it's striking similarities but then again most modern HZ scores are homogenized from that era :D It's worth noting HZ's engineer Alan Meyerson and I believe HZ himself are keen on the HD6x0 so it makes sense that the scores sound grand on these.

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My favorite work by Hans Zimmer is the soundtrack to Inception. A powerful and simply massive music that sounds better and better as you turn up the volume!

I listen to the inception soundtrack ever day at least once or twice, it sounds fantastic on the fournier and HD600

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My favorite Zimmer track is Science and Religion - it shows what a great composer he is - organic growth of material and a delicate sense of tonality. He is really awesome. I wish I had his studio...

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Is there any IEM that is on par with HD600 but with lower price? Maybe within $100-150? Plan to let go my Amperior because I prefer Shure SE 215 when I'm traveling due to it's size.

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Is there any IEM that is on par with HD600 but with lower price? Maybe within $100-150? Plan to let go my Amperior because I prefer Shure SE 215 when I'm traveling due to it's size.

TDK BA200 is in that price range if you can find them. Give them a shot.

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Any cable suggestions for HD-600, the original came in the box is way too thin and mess that got tangled all the time.
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TDK BA200 is in that price range if you can find them. Give them a shot.

I am looking at beyerdynamic dx160i. Heard lot of good stuff about it and really affordable with $110 price point.
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Any cable suggestions for HD-600, the original came in the box is way too thin and mess that got tangled all the time.

 

The HD650 cable is ticker and get tangled less . But the standard HD600 don't bother me , so i am using it since it's working :p .

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Any cable suggestions for HD-600, the original came in the box is way too thin and mess that got tangled all the time.

 

Another vote for the HD650 cable. It's very cheap too!

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I use the Cardas cable with my HD600 - but I have to say even the stock cable didn't bother me performance wise....

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Any cable suggestions for HD-600, the original came in the box is way too thin and mess that got tangled all the time.

I keep my HD600's in an easy to access box when not used. When I put the cans in there, I fold the cable back and forth and no longer have this problem. It used to get tangled too often, not much anymore. Or as others suggested get an HD-650 cable, works well on the HD600, but be aware that it terminates in the larger 6.3mm plug and if you use a device/DAP with 3.5mm  jack, you will need to use the bulky adapter.

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Is there any IEM that is on par with HD600 but with lower price? Maybe within $100-150? Plan to let go my Amperior because I prefer Shure SE 215 when I'm traveling due to it's size.


I find my GR07 comparable to my HD600. The HD600 is a little warmer with stronger mid-bass. The GR07 has sub-bass.They are both pretty neutral overall.

 

lendmeurears.com has them for $100 currently (the GR07 classic).

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I would not say they are a like but for and IEM with smooth mids, good bass, nice detail and soundstage the ZERO Audio Carbo Tenore blew my mind.

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I would not say they are a like but for and IEM with smooth mids, good bass, nice detail and soundstage the ZERO Audio Carbo Tenore blew my mind.

And came with nice price too. But too bad not available at my country. Anyway, is this a Japan brand?

 

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I find my GR07 comparable to my HD600. The HD600 is a little warmer with stronger mid-bass. The GR07 has sub-bass.They are both pretty neutral overall.

 

lendmeurears.com has them for $100 currently (the GR07 classic).

Comparable? Wow, that's great! I like how GR07 design and size. It's small and looks comfortable and got a very good feedback. Plus, I can get this unit locally...

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TDK BA200 is in that price range if you can find them. Give them a shot.


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