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post #106 of 118

 

Mm kolla upp T50RP, trevliga f;r rock skulle jag tro!

 

Om du vill ha högtalare upplevelse kan du alltid köra med Dolby Headphone och Sony EX600? Jag har sett de på teknikmagasinet! Skitbra hörlurar, högst rekommenderat särskilt med Dolby headphone! ;)

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/447089/5-1-headphone-experience-foobar-configuration-for-all-stereo-music-files

post #107 of 118
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Good news! I found a store here in Stockholm where I can try out like all headphones that I'm interested in, even Grados, WOHO!

post #108 of 118

That's really good news normal_smile%20.gif

 

But since it's the only store there, I think their prices would be much higher than getting the headphones online... 

 

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Good news! I found a store here in Stockholm where I can try out like all headphones that I'm interested in, even Grados, WOHO!



 

post #109 of 118
Thread Starter 

Yeah, of course, I would never buy anything there :p

 

Edit: Unless, of course, it's reasonably priced!


Edited by Guldkrull - 9/15/11 at 2:50am
post #110 of 118

 

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Good news! I found a store here in Stockholm where I can try out like all headphones that I'm interested in, even Grados, WOHO!



What's it called??

 

post #111 of 118

I'm a bit surprised that this thread is disregarding the ultrasone 900 ,

and from what I've understood the bass the bass is quite  different from xb1000.

There's a comparison here:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/552034/final-thoughts-sony-mdr-xb1000-vs-ultrasone-pro-900-who-is-the-bass-king-pictures

But yet, I'm not sure which will fit best my tastes according to the description.

A thing is sure, I  like better the ultrasone design, the ability to fold it, just like the srh940.

However the ultrasone 900 need amping....

 

Also, you could consider the denon D2000, according to reviews (and the graphs too)  they have good bass, without being "bass monsters".

post #112 of 118
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What's it called??

 



http://www.referenceaudio.se/ UNTZ UNTZ!



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Originally Posted by extrabigmehdi View Post

I'm a bit surprised that this thread is disregarding the ultrasone 900 ,

and from what I've understood the bass the bass is quite  different from xb1000.

There's a comparison here:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/552034/final-thoughts-sony-mdr-xb1000-vs-ultrasone-pro-900-who-is-the-bass-king-pictures

But yet, I'm not sure which will fit best my tastes according to the description.

A thing is sure, I  like better the ultrasone design, the ability to fold it, just like the srh940.

However the ultrasone 900 need amping....

 

Also, you could consider the denon D2000, according to reviews (and the graphs too)  they have good bass, without being "bass monsters".



Yeah, I'm not sure what to believe, so I'm going to try them out for myself!

 

Will also try the Denon D2000!

post #113 of 118

Cough cough.

Attention plox.

 

He wants headphones for rock.. but his most favourite aspect of rock is the bass (drums + guitar). I think getting something that's too bassy won't suit him.
 

Quote:
Originally Posted by extrabigmehdi View Post

I'm a bit surprised that this thread is disregarding the ultrasone 900 ,

and from what I've understood the bass the bass is quite  different from xb1000.

 

Also, you could consider the denon D2000, according to reviews (and the graphs too)  they have good bass, without being "bass monsters".



 

post #114 of 118
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Originally Posted by koolkat View Post

Cough cough.

Attention plox.

 

He wants headphones for rock.. but his most favourite aspect of rock is the bass (drums + guitar). I think getting something that's too bassy won't suit him.

The IE8  he likes, are able  to deliver huge bass. If it's drums + guitar, I'd be tempted to say srh940.  But grados (and allessandros) are known to be best for rock.

post #115 of 118
Thread Starter 

I can't wait untill I get to try Grado SR-225 and SR-325is!

post #116 of 118

 I've got the 125is and they are so amazing. Try listening to map of your head by Muse. Definitely my favorite song on these, and enjoy listening. If you do end up getting these, I would always love to buy them from you for less than retail once you're done with them gs1000.gif

post #117 of 118

My favourite song on my SR60 is The Killers - This River is Wild.

 

I recommend it biggrin.gif

 

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Originally Posted by Hifianddrumming View Post

 I've got the 125is and they are so amazing. Try listening to map of your head by Muse. Definitely my favorite song on these, and enjoy listening. If you do end up getting these, I would always love to buy them from you for less than retail once you're done with them gs1000.gif



 

post #118 of 118
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Hifianddrumming View Post

 I've got the 125is and they are so amazing. Try listening to map of your head by Muse. Definitely my favorite song on these, and enjoy listening. If you do end up getting these, I would always love to buy them from you for less than retail once you're done with them gs1000.gif


 

Haha, if I buy them, I will probably never part with them! But I'll be sure to tell you if I feel the urge to upgrade! ;)

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