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post #31 of 36
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These look rather tasty ... on the list of potentials for sure ...

 

They'll probably fall right into the price range you're going to end up spending.  Somewhere between $300 - $600, haha.
 

 

post #32 of 36

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post #33 of 36

My wife complains about leakage from the HD650's at average listening level but not on D7000's Unless I have them louder than I should for my ear health.

post #34 of 36

I really liked the D7000's, but people at work said I looked like I was wearing sofa cushions on my head.  Also, the guy sitting next to me could tell whenever I would listen to something embarrassing like Lady Gaga, etc. and he'd give me the "I'm not judging you" raised eyebrow.  Currently collecting info on the Ultrasone Signature Pro's.  I haven't seen any photos of people wearing them, so I wonder whether they are any slimmer... and looking to see whether they can be had for less than $1k.

post #35 of 36

If the leakage and isolation on the D7000 is anything like the D5000, you don't want them.  They're not as bad as the HD-650, but they're still not very good in that department. 

 

The SRH-940 is an overall amazing headphone which ticks most of your boxes, except for the punchy bass, which it has very little of.

post #36 of 36

I recommend the Audio Technica ATH-W5000 "Raffinato" headphones as well.

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