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post #61 of 119
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Originally Posted by evildude683 View Post

After reading all the post in this thread with many very knowledgeable fellows I think I might pull the trigger on the V6's just because of the price.

I'm not an audiophile or anything like that I'm just a Music lover.



cheers. Be sure to get them from an authorized dealer, a lot of fakes floating around.

post #62 of 119
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Originally Posted by Ouspensky View Post





cheers. Be sure to get them from an authorized dealer, a lot of fakes floating around.

 

How does Amazon sound?


 

post #63 of 119

Only if its direct from Amazon or someone like Adorama camera, or BH photo. You can get them pretty much the same price everywhere on the internet.

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Cool but I think Amazon is the only one that doesn't charge me tax here in TX
 

 

post #66 of 119

you can find it sold direct from amazon right now. biggrin.gif

post #67 of 119

I thinking about getting this headphone just to keep in my backpack. Could I use this headphone in the library? (ie any sound leakage). I have a Senn HD 598 with E7/E9 for home use, and i'm not expecting the 7506 (with ipod or laptop) to sound as good as that combo, but how does the 7506 hold up to the Senn IE6?

post #68 of 119
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Originally Posted by sandaz93 View Post

I thinking about getting this headphone just to keep in my backpack. Could I use this headphone in the library? (ie any sound leakage). I have a Senn HD 598 with E7/E9 for home use, and i'm not expecting the 7506 (with ipod or laptop) to sound as good as that combo, but how does the 7506 hold up to the Senn IE6?



It isolates very good being a closed can. For optimal portable results get a 35 dollar cmoy from ebay to go along wih it and you will have a great time. It is also a plus that it is a headphone that responds very well to EQ if you are looking for extra bass or more mids. I use it flat.

post #69 of 119

Thanks, Ill probably end up purchasing it. I have an E7 though, so Ill probably use that

post #70 of 119

Never heard of a CMoy, rather interesting little devicerolleyes.gif

post #71 of 119

I've been considering grabbing a pair of V6 or 7506's for portable use since I don't really like IEM's.  I absolutely adore my Grado 225i's, but they leak so much I can't use them anywhere except at home. 

post #72 of 119
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Originally Posted by Shadin View Post

I've been considering grabbing a pair of V6 or 7506's for portable use since I don't really like IEM's.  I absolutely adore my Grado 225i's, but they leak so much I can't use them anywhere except at home. 



v6/7506 is a very good portable option. Depending on your musical tastes you might want to check the m50 and the krk 6400 also. smile.gif

post #73 of 119

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Have someone tried these headphones?


Edited by asimzb - 11/4/11 at 7:26am
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Thread Starter 

I for one havent.  Whats their tech specs.

post #75 of 119

32 ohm

100 dB sensitivity

100 mW max power

from reading the packaging, anyway.

 

Waaaaay OT to talk about this other headphone in this thread BTW.

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