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post #46 of 59
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Originally Posted by ImperialX View Post

 

It's blasphemy for one who has even considered Beats to get the Stax. He is not worthy!

....or a hd800

post #47 of 59

Just get the PX 200 II's and call it a day. They are basically half price on amazon now a days.
 

 

Oh ok this is an old thread. My bad.


Edited by swaffleman - 8/19/12 at 10:22pm
post #48 of 59
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Originally Posted by streetdragon View Post

....or a hd800

 

Oh come on, I was given the Beats as a present. I would never have bought them!

post #49 of 59
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Originally Posted by ImperialX View Post

Oh come on, I was given the Beats as a present. I would never have bought them!

Beats 'by Dre!! gs1000.gif
post #50 of 59
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Originally Posted by ImperialX View Post

 

Oh come on, I was given the Beats as a present. I would never have bought them!

hmm...?

owh lol oops sorry wasn't refering to you (didn't see your gear list until now) was actually talking about my friend who went from a solo to a hd800 + beyerdynamic A1 amp under my advice with his dad's money (his music is still all 128 though)

post #51 of 59

M50's **** on the studios. I've used them both for extended periods of time. DO NOT buy beats,

post #52 of 59

M50 for sure, I almost went down the Beats path :O Btw, what happened to the thread starter?

post #53 of 59
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Originally Posted by DuckTV View Post

Completely random but since we're on the subject of Beats, do y'all think Diddybeats is worth the money as an IEM to go to the gym with? I recently bought a pair of Meelectronic M9s, still waiting on them via mail.

No, I own these and they are very heavy (over 26 grams, IE8 is 15). You cannot loop the wire over your ear to help them stay in. I ended up turning the triple flang into a double flang and that worked, but I can feel them pulling at my ears whenever I move my head.
post #54 of 59
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Originally Posted by DuckTV View Post

Is it worse than the Tours? I think I may go with the Klipsch S4 or the Ety HF5. The only thing I can't figure out right now is if there is a difference between the Klipsch Image S4 and the Klipsch Reference S4 Premium?

They are a lot worse, they sound like you set your EQ on your home theater to club or dance. They are good for dance or Dubstep or hip hop, but anything with vocals or a mid centric sound, you will hate these.
post #55 of 59
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Originally Posted by JonnyRocket View Post


They are a lot worse, they sound like you set your EQ on your home theater to club or dance. They are good for dance or Dubstep or hip hop, but anything with vocals or a mid centric sound, you will hate these.

seems like every beats product is like that i guess.

post #56 of 59
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Originally Posted by JonnyRocket View Post


They are a lot worse, they sound like you set your EQ on your home theater to club or dance. They are good for dance or Dubstep or hip hop, but anything with vocals or a mid centric sound, you will hate these.

I went ahead and grabbed the Reference S4, I've been bouncing back and fourth between those and the M9s. I like them both way more than my Tours I used to own =-(

post #57 of 59

Please anyone. Don't buy beats, unless you like paying $150> for overpriced plastic with drivers.

post #58 of 59
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Originally Posted by whitefero View Post

Please anyone. Don't buy beats, unless you like paying $150> for overpriced plastic with drivers.

words that could save the headphone world (hopefully)

post #59 of 59

Yeah made that mistake twice ... i was young and dumb triportsad.gif

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