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Originally Posted by sloomingbla View Post

I got em for 745 :3

Not like thats a little.

But my wallet will pull through biggrin.gif

 

That is a good price. It's a bit hefty, but nothing really gets in the way of aural nirvana. Enjoy! :beyersmile:

 

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Originally Posted by Trae View Post
 

Are the sig djs really as good as people say they are? Maybe I can audition a pair in the future to see how much worse they are than my AD2000MKIV, and another pair of headphones that I'm going to start building within the next week or so :p 

 

Yeah, they are really hyped around here. I've tried/own a few Ultrasone cans, and from what I've personally heard, they do have a tendency to make good to great sounding cans.

 

I am a bit unwilling to try the Signature DJs at this point, though, as I'm afraid I'll actually fall in love with its sound. I don't want to have to stack another $1,000 purchase on my list of things to get. My poor wallet will really hurt. :ph34r: 

post #7727 of 11259
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Originally Posted by xkonfuzed View Post

Congrats man biggrin.gif . So, end game cans? 

You better run away now before Head-Fi absolutely demolishes your wallet. 

Yep, im HOPING i wont fall into another head fi induced trap. Lol.
post #7728 of 11259

..Another? What was the first trap?

post #7729 of 11259
My 700$ headphones, of course wink.gif
post #7730 of 11259
Yes I could dill be happy with my discounted 80€ AKG K401. But then I needed new earpads and found HeadFi in the process.....
post #7731 of 11259
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Originally Posted by Trae View Post
 

Are the sig djs really as good as people say they are?

Yes

post #7732 of 11259
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Originally Posted by sloomingbla View Post

My 700$ headphones, of course wink.gif

wait what else do you own :O 

post #7733 of 11259
I used to have an xb500, a dt770 (Forgot the ohms), an ad700 and my ultrasone hfi 580's.

The 700$ ones were the djs. Lets just say if i never found headfi i would have stopped at the dt770's wink.gif
post #7734 of 11259

Ha, if I hadn't found head-fi, I would've bought beats :D

post #7735 of 11259
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Originally Posted by sloomingbla View Post

I used to have an xb500, a dt770 (Forgot the ohms), an ad700 and my ultrasone hfi 580's.

The 700$ ones were the djs. Lets just say if i never found headfi i would have stopped at the dt770's wink.gif

 

Head-Fi has this uncanny ability to make you want/need new cans. :biggrin: But still, it's a great hobby/passion. We're all in this together.

 

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Originally Posted by Trae View Post
 

Ha, if I hadn't found head-fi, I would've bought beats :D

 

I'm think I'm probably going to get a Beats Mixr soon. I'm just trying to cleanse the idea of getting a David Guetta inspired/designed piece of gear on my head.. but damn, that sound is awesome! :)

post #7736 of 11259
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Originally Posted by Malevolent View Post
 

 

Head-Fi has this uncanny ability to make you want/need new cans. :biggrin: But still, it's a great hobby/passion. We're all in this together.

Going to pretend you didn't mention anything about Beats <3

 

and I agree. I dig the community here! Fun place to b 

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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

Going to pretend you didn't mention anything about Beats <3

 

and I agree. I dig the community here! Fun place to b 

 

We'll still be friends when I get one, right?

 

Right??? :biggrin: 

 

And yep, I love Head-Fi. They've taught me a lot about headphones and the art/science of the whole aural experience.

post #7738 of 11259
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Originally Posted by Malevolent View Post
 

 

We'll still be friends when I get one, right?

 

Right??? :biggrin: 

 

And yep, I love Head-Fi. They've taught me a lot about headphones and the art/science of the whole aural experience.

THAT DEPENDS. yea sure why not

 

for the record, I enjoyed the Beats Pro. The smaller 40mm ones. They where like a HD 25-1 ii knock off 

post #7739 of 11259

Mshenay, I believe you own both the DT 880 and the J$ pads. Correct? If so, how do you like that combination and where does it land on the basshead scale in your opinion?

 

Right now, I haven't yet decided on another headphone. Looked at the M100 and PRO900 after the recommendations and from what I've read I favour the PRO900. Possibly I just need to go to a meet or a store to audition them. Can anyone comment on how the PRO900 fares against the DT 990? Have had the 990's but preferred the 880's with J$ at the time.

 

I did experiment with help of this thread here 880<>990 mod. The garble I was talking about earlier seems less, now that I carefully took away the black felt. A little eq sauce as there's still quite too much boom with certain music but it does sound more balanced now.


Edited by moriez - 10/12/13 at 12:13pm
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Originally Posted by moriez View Post
 

Mshenay, I believe you own both the DT 880 and the J$ pads. Correct? If so, how do you like that combination and where does it land on the basshead scale in your opinion?

 

Right now, I haven't yet decided on another headphone. Looked at the M100 and PRO900 after the recommendations and from what I've read I favour the PRO900. Possibly I just need to go to a meet or a store to audition them. Can anyone comment on how the PRO900 fares against the DT 990? Have had the 990's but preferred the 880's with J$ at the time.

 

I did experiment with help of this thread here 880<>990 mod. The garble I was talking about earlier seems less, now that I carefully took away the black felt. A little eq sauce as there's still quite too much boom with certain music but it does sound more balanced now.

I've not listened to the 880 with J$money pads yet, not sure I will unless I get a second pair. I do hate fiddleing with my HE 400s... "Pad ring" rather cumbersome device

 

that said I love the dt 880s bass! It's really just right for all my music. I like my EDM with an EQ and yes with stock pads, and the traditional EDM eq the 880 is very nice, yet I'm not sure I want to hear it with the J$monies, as well I don't need it to be bassy, thats what the HE 400 is for, and sadly the HE 400 is better for EDM than the DT 880 will ever b... due to that ortho driver and that linear Bass  

 

so I've no neeed for a bassy DT 880, 

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