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Thanks.  The Amazon review definitely put these in the basshead category.  Hopefully the After Earth model will be blown out at a deep discount since the movie did so well at the box office :D

 

LOL!!

One of those guys that reviewed it had some comparisons against cans I've also had and seems there are a couple of similarities between his views and mine on the MDR-1Rs, Momentums and Yamaha Pro 500s. He said that the Pro 500 were better sounding to his ears but in style and fit, the Pro 40 won...

 

Personally I REALLY liked the Pro 500 but just hated the fit. If they sound similar, and seeing that sometimes you can find the Pro 500 for less than $300 from amazon warehouse, I say that IF I see the Pro 40s (or After Earth) at $230 or so, I might snatch them...

 

At the moment though... too many headphones @ home!
 

 

WOW... Didn't noticed the difference in price between the silver, black and gold!!!

(gold == cheaper at $300, not $350...)

 

More reviews:

 

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2423733,00.asp

http://www.digitaltrends.com/headphone-reviews/munitio-pro40-review/

 

Seems they're "legit"...


Edited by gelocks - 9/4/13 at 1:15pm
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LOL!!

One of those guys that reviewed it had some comparisons against cans I've also had and seems there are a couple of similarities between his views and mine on the MDR-1Rs, Momentums and Yamaha Pro 500s. He said that the Pro 500 were better sounding to his ears but in style and fit, the Pro 40 won...

 

Personally I REALLY liked the Pro 500 but just hated the fit. If they sound similar, and seeing that sometimes you can find the Pro 500 for less than $300 from amazon warehouse, I say that IF I see the Pro 40s (or After Earth) at $230 or so, I might snatch them...

 

At the moment though... too many headphones @ home!
 

 

WOW... Didn't noticed the difference in price between the silver, black and gold!!!

(gold == cheaper at $300, not $350...)

 

More reviews:

 

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2423733,00.asp

http://www.digitaltrends.com/headphone-reviews/munitio-pro40-review/

 

Seems they're "legit"...

I've never heard of the brand though...

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I've never heard of the brand though...

 

As per the Digital Trends review, they mostly concentrated on doing tie-in products and IEMs, including their "Call of Duty" inspired 9mm IEM as thatBeatsGuy mentioned. This seems to be their first Full-Sized headphone and they went "all the way" with it. It is "supposedly" a basshead headphone. If one listener on amazon compared them to the Yamaha Pro 500s then I believe it since bass was plentiful on those!

 

But no one here (as far as we know) has bitten yet... ;)

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Does anyone here actually have experience with the Logitech UE6000? And possibly the beats studios. I am not sure if it really has better bass quality/quantity, and mid bass kick along with sub bass rumble. I was also looking at the Pioneer se mj751 and the sony mdr r1, the v moda 100 and the sennheiser momentum. These are all very nice looking headphones, but what is the best overall headphone, with bass as the primary target, and everything else after.

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Does anyone here actually have experience with the Logitech UE6000? And possibly the beats studios. I am not sure if it really has better bass quality/quantity, and mid bass kick along with sub bass rumble. I was also looking at the Pioneer se mj751 and the sony mdr r1, the v moda 100 and the sennheiser momentum. These are all very nice looking headphones, but what is the best overall headphone, with bass as the primary target, and everything else after.

 

Bass being the primary target, the V-Moda M100 deliver more impact and quantity compared to the Momentums and Sony MDR-1R to my ears. Not the most comfortable of the three, but definitely delivers more on the low end of the spectrum. They look good too so... Haven't tried the UE6000 nor the Pioneers.

 

 

Good luck.

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Does anyone here actually have experience with the Logitech UE6000? And possibly the beats studios. I am not sure if it really has better bass quality/quantity, and mid bass kick along with sub bass rumble. I was also looking at the Pioneer se mj751 and the sony mdr r1, the v moda 100 and the sennheiser momentum. These are all very nice looking headphones, but what is the best overall headphone, with bass as the primary target, and everything else after.

Bass being the primary target, the V-Moda M100 deliver more impact and quantity compared to the Momentums and Sony MDR-1R to my ears. Not the most comfortable of the three, but definitely delivers more on the low end of the spectrum. They look good too so... Haven't tried the UE6000 nor the Pioneers.


Good luck.


Correct me if I'm wrong but shouldn't it be:
Best SQ: Momentums
Best Bass: M100
Best Comfort (and maybe looks?): MDR1
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Ive only heard the mdr-1 at best buy in one of those trial booths, but when i listened they sounded horrible. Whats with all the vmoda avoiding? Everyone else thinks its the best choice....
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mind if i cut in...? =)

 

i'm still trying to get through the ~500 pages...guess I'll put something up.

 

Catching some James Zabiela / Renaissance-Life on the old nano/E11/XM6/MDR-XB90EX on Comply S500 tips.

 

 

 

 

 

have Moderat then some Burial up next. that'll be fun.

 

yea, i'm a mess.

 

ruben

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Originally Posted by Snyper0012 View Post
 

Does anyone here actually have experience with the Logitech UE6000? And possibly the beats studios. I am not sure if it really has better bass quality/quantity, and mid bass kick along with sub bass rumble. I was also looking at the Pioneer se mj751 and the sony mdr r1, the v moda 100 and the sennheiser momentum. These are all very nice looking headphones, but what is the best overall headphone, with bass as the primary target, and everything else after.

Bottom line, M-100 is the best of the bunch

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Correct me if I'm wrong but shouldn't it be:
Best SQ: Momentums
Best Bass: M100
Best Comfort (and maybe looks?): MDR1

 

I still prefer the sound of V-Moda over the Momentums... but of course, that's all personal! ;)

A lot of people swear by Momentums quality... not me... I enjoyed the KEF M500s MORE than the Senns even.

But for a basshead? 

No question, V-Moda kicks Senns butt.!

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Correct me if I'm wrong but shouldn't it be:

Best SQ: Momentums

Best Bass: M100

Best Comfort (and maybe looks?): MDR1

I still prefer the sound of V-Moda over the Momentums... but of course, that's all personal! wink.gif
A lot of people swear by Momentums quality... not me... I enjoyed the KEF M500s MORE than the Senns even.
But for a basshead? 
No question, V-Moda kicks Senns butt.!

Have to say that for bassheads the Amperior and M100 would definitely win. However in my personal opinion, the Momentums are one of te best portable cans I have heard. (The M100 n Amperiors r too Bassy for me, I'm a really mild basshead rather than an extreme one.)
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Have to say that for bassheads the Amperior and M100 would definitely win. However in my personal opinion, the Momentums are one of te best portable cans I have heard. (The M100 n Amperiors r too Bassy for me, I'm a really mild basshead rather than an extreme one.)

 

That's probably the difference right there. ;-)

You should try KEF's new offering!

Just as portable, good looking, warm sound I'm pretty sure you'll like it!

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Originally Posted by myap2328 View Post

Have to say that for bassheads the Amperior and M100 would definitely win. However in my personal opinion, the Momentums are one of te best portable cans I have heard. (The M100 n Amperiors r too Bassy for me, I'm a really mild basshead rather than an extreme one.)

That's probably the difference right there. ;-)
You should try KEF's new offering!
Just as portable, good looking, warm sound I'm pretty sure you'll like it!

I spent time with it, like a few minutes n wasn't impressed -- not best conditions for audition.
I already got a new set of earphones n I'm satisfied for now.
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Was almost set on buying the q40, but I heard about the htf600 and how the quality is pretty good. And they're 32 on amazon right now (instead of 100+ for q40).. How's the bass on the htf's compared to q40?
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Local review maniac |joker| reviews both here: http://www.head-fi.org/t/433318/shootout-107-portable-headphones-reviewed-astrotec-as-100hd-as-200hd-added-12-02-12

 

 

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Was almost set on buying the q40, but I heard about the htf600 and how the quality is pretty good. And they're 32 on amazon right now (instead of 100+ for q40).. How's the bass on the htf's compared to q40?

Edited by Gilly87 - 9/5/13 at 8:51am
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