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Originally Posted by sloomingbla View Post

U still need to try the signature dj :3


Not going to happen unless I have someone loan me theirs.  I had the Sig Pro and since they are the same chassis I can say this - the comfort of the Sig Pro was worse than the V-Moda M100 to me...............and I was ready to rip them off my head after 30 minutes or so.  The Edition 8 is so much better comfort-wise but wish it has the bass of the Pro900.  So...........all that said, I'm sure the Sig DJ is a basshead dream but for that price it should be as comfy as my Denon D7000, which IS a basshead dream can to me.  Comfort is paramount to me. 


Edited by Oregonian - 10/10/13 at 4:07pm
post #7697 of 11217
Lol. I really need to hear some denons some time, everyone says the are awesome but im just such a big fan of mid bass frown.gif
post #7698 of 11217
That and i would buy spikes for headphones if they sounded good. I get the sit back and not have to worry about comfort thing, but its not too hard for me to get used to some rocks for earpads lol
post #7699 of 11217
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Originally Posted by sloomingbla View Post

Lol. I really need to hear some denons some time, everyone says the are awesome but im just such a big fan of mid bass frown.gif

I've tried a lot of different headphones now in a range of about 40 or so and The Denon sound to me is the best overall plus has the best bass. No I haven't tried the signature DJs but all your big name bass monsters I have tried including the TH600.
post #7700 of 11217
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Originally Posted by sloomingbla View Post

That and i would buy spikes for headphones if they sounded good. I get the sit back and not have to worry about comfort thing, but its not too hard for me to get used to some rocks for earpads lol

 

It might not matter at first, but after hours of listening, comfort is a huge deal for me. I guess I'm spoiled by the comfort of the D5000 w/FA003/HM5 pads. 

 

That, or the DT770. Both so comfortable. 

post #7701 of 11217
I value comfort as well and the Sig Djs are not that bad.. The Sig Pros somehow were more uncomfortable to me... I sold mine to Oregonian! ;-)
post #7702 of 11217
Lol ^
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I got the Sig pro first. The earpads are a lot less comfy than the Sig Dj pads. So as the Sig Pro came out about a year before the Sig Dj, they probably changed the pads comfort wise. Especially the seam on the inside of the Pro pads is annoying. But as I have both cans, I can switch. Today at work is Sig Pro time......
post #7704 of 11217
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Originally Posted by sloomingbla View Post

That and i would buy spikes for headphones if they sounded good. I get the sit back and not have to worry about comfort thing, but its not too hard for me to get used to some rocks for earpads lol

agreed. Ive had some bare plastic cans myself when i was younger

I need to try a pair of denons my self as well
post #7705 of 11217
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Originally Posted by gelocks View Post

I value comfort as well and the Sig Djs are not that bad.. The Sig Pros somehow were more uncomfortable to me... I sold mine to Oregonian! ;-)

And I traded them for my D7000's so it all worked out splendidly.........biggrin.gif
post #7706 of 11217
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And I traded them for my D7000's so it all worked out splendidly.........biggrin.gif

oooh yay 

 

I'm so tempted to get the D7k my self

post #7707 of 11217

Mshenay you really should try (at least) the D5000. I think they would be right up your alley. 

 

Maybe even the Fostex TH600? (Which I personally haven't heard)

post #7708 of 11217
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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post
 

Mshenay you really should try (at least) the D5000. I think they would be right up your alley. 

 

Maybe even the Fostex TH600? (Which I personally haven't heard)

Yea im seriously thinking about grabbing one, although I do not want a SUPER bassy can. Something like the DT 990 but with better mids and closed back 

post #7709 of 11217
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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post


And I traded them for my D7000's so it all worked out splendidly.........biggrin.gif

 

LOL!!!!

BTW, if you still want to listen to the Sig DJs, you know what to do. ;-)

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can anyone suggest me a portable bass-heavy headphone that is small as the sennheiser px200 II and with isolation ? 

 

can i mod the sennheiser px100 II to make it isolate sound even if its just a bit?

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