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post #2596 of 2812
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Originally Posted by Rocko1 View Post


I 100% disagree. The Sennhieser MX200 are earbuds that sound horrible. Not sure what AKG K 307's are either. The soundstage on these is very nice. Bottom end is heavy albeit it a tad loose, mids are somewhat recessed and highs are rolled off but are clean and not fatiguing at all. Not many other $30 headphones with as good as sound as this.

 

 

yea, that was funny...  Even the more upscale MX270 and 370 are decent, but they sound way diferent than these HTF600.

Completly diferent sound.

post #2597 of 2812
I have had these for the last 10 months and still love them. I have not felt the need to upgrade them.
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Has anyone tried sock modding these? (covering socks on earpads)

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I still haven´t bought the SR850 ones....but I will! Soon enough :P

post #2600 of 2812
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Has anyone tried sock modding these? (covering socks on earpads)

no, but I soaked the pads in warm soap water for a bit and then I stomped on them. they sort bent to a weird shape after they dried out but when i got them back on the headphones they were a bit softer and it helped.

post #2601 of 2812

OMG. I just got these, pre burn-in... SOOO FUNNNN To listen to. I wouldn't say detailed on things like hi-hat, but man.. thumping is much more fun than beats my friends have. 

post #2602 of 2812
Are these anything like the Technics RP-F800? I still use those and they rock for the price.
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I have two hooks on the wall by my computer where I hang my headphones. Went into my computer room the other day and my right earpiece was dangling from my Panasonics while it was hung on the hook. Apparently my 18mo old got ahold of them and broke them. So I just ordered another pair. They are $29 at amazon right now and I absolutely love these. I hated the stock pads and was using the Sony MDR-V6 pads. I also ordered the Beyerdynamic DT250 Velour pads as well. Hope they are really nice! Sidenote: he also "broke" my Vmoda Crossfade LPs which I thought were a tank. One of the rivets broke, the piece still holds in place pretty well and the headphones are still plenty useable but still frustrating none the less.
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I have two hooks on the wall by my computer where I hang my headphones. Went into my computer room the other day and my right earpiece was dangling from my Panasonics while it was hung on the hook. Apparently my 18mo old got ahold of them and broke them. So I just ordered another pair. They are $29 at amazon right now and I absolutely love these. I hated the stock pads and was using the Sony MDR-V6 pads. I also ordered the Beyerdynamic DT250 Velour pads as well. Hope they are really nice! Sidenote: he also "broke" my Vmoda Crossfade LPs which I thought were a tank. One of the rivets broke, the piece still holds in place pretty well and the headphones are still plenty useable but still frustrating none the less.

That stinks. Don't throw them away. Keep them for parts should you need a replacement driver or such.

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My pannies are still holding up well after 3 and a half months. I'm surprised. Honestly the build quality feels a little scary but I have been really rough with them and tossed them around and they still work. If they still work by Christmas I'm going to buy some velour pads for them along with a new Superlux HD681.

 

I'm going to use the 681 mainly for gaming and some of my less dynamically compressed/faster music and my Pannies for single player/fun gaming and more bassy electro music.

post #2606 of 2812

har-700 sound better head to head

post #2607 of 2812
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har-700 sound better head to head

I think the JVC HA-RX-700 sound very close to the Panasonics. They have a slight edge in bass but lack the soundstage width due to their closed back. Both killer deals. It's been said they share the same driver. They certainly sound very similar and the JVC's are built better IMO.

post #2608 of 2812
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Originally Posted by Rocko1 View Post

I think the JVC HA-RX-700 sound very close to the Panasonics. They have a slight edge in bass but lack the soundstage width due to their closed back. Both killer deals. It's been said they share the same driver. They certainly sound very similar and the JVC's are built better IMO.

the pannies are a bit more comfortable too, they let in more air to keep your ears from getting hot and they aren't as bulky or heavy as the JVC.

post #2609 of 2812
If anyone has rewired these, can you share the wiring pattern? I'd like to cut off the failed plug and reterminate mine.
post #2610 of 2812
You can also take off each driver ansmd use a multimeter to tell which wire is what.
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