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The fun/v shaped club

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The Fun/V Shaped Club

 

This is a work in progress. Know any fun/V shaped Headphones/iems let me know.

 

IEMs

JVC FX500

JVC FX700

Denon AH-C710

TripleFi 10

Westone 3

Sennheiser IE8

Ultimate Ears UE11

JHAudio JH11

Mee M9

Brainwavz M2

Brainwavz alpha

Dunu Trident

Panasonic HJE-900

CC51

 

Headphones

Sennheiser HD 25 1 II

Sennheiser HD438

Denon AH-D2000

Denon AH-D5000

Denon AH-D7000

Beyerdynamic DT990

Audio Technica Ath M50

Panasonic htf 600
Sony's XB 500/700/1000

Ultrasone Pro 900

Ultrasone Pro 750

Ultrasone HFI 580

Pioneer HDJ500

Pioneer HDJ1000

Pioneer HDJ2000

Grado GS1000i

HiFiMan HE-4

Sony R1

Grado HP2

AKG K240 Studio

Monster beats by Dre pros.

 

Give me recommendations

 

Check out the other clubs:

The Neutral/Balanced Club

 

The Basshead Club

 

The Midrangehead Club

 

The Treblehead Club

 

 

Credits (The fun headfiers)

Club members:

 

Chronos

Nikp

Spekkio

Dsnuts

Blue Boat

Anathalo

John in cali

Skinny Puppy

Customcoco

tronz

alv4426

texasbuck

kckc

 

Headphone List Builders:

Chronos

Nikp

Spekkio

Dsnuts

John in cali

Skinny Puppy

Customcoco

Tronz

alv4426

texasbuck

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by bcasey25raptor - 12/8/11 at 1:51am
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Thread Starter 

Sorry double post.

 

 

Firefox doesn't want to agree with me and won't let me hide the headphone list.

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In my opinion:

 

IEM's

 

JVC FX500, FX700, Denon AH-C710

 


headphones:

Denon AH-D2000, D5000, D7000

 

What I'm curious is which amps are best for this kind of music,  some amps seriously don't work... (ie, warm, musical ones)

post #4 of 90
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Chronos View Post

In my opinion:

 

IEM's

 

JVC FX500, FX700, Denon AH-C710

 


headphones:

Denon AH-D2000, D5000, D7000

 

What I'm curious is which amps are best for this kind of music,  some amps seriously don't work... (ie, warm, musical ones)



Thanks I added them.

 

 

post #5 of 90

How can you forget the TripleFi 10? smily_headphones1.gif

 

 

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Beyerdynamic DT990 is definitely on this list. V shaped to the max

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Originally Posted by spekkio View Post

Beyerdynamic DT990 is definitely on this list. V shaped to the max


Why do Beyerdynamic list it as a Studio headphone? eek.gif

 

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M50.   Well more like a U shape but close enough.


Edited by Dsnuts - 11/19/11 at 2:44am
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Originally Posted by nikp View Post


Why do Beyerdynamic list it as a Studio headphone? eek.gif

 



No idea, maybe because Audio-Technica also thinks the M50 is a studio monitor? :P


Edited by spekkio - 11/19/11 at 4:21am
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Because Audio-Technica listed the M50 as a studio monitor first? :P


biggrin.gif

 

post #11 of 90

What's a fun/v shaped headphone like?

 

The HD438 is pretty fun to listen to, but it doesn't really have a V shaped FR curve.

Warm bassy sound, highs not very detailed.

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Originally Posted by spekkio View Post



No idea, maybe because Audio-Technica also thinks the M50 is a studio monitor? :P



I would think the M50 was designed to emphasize bass drum and hi-hat sounds for multi-tracking, and it does that very well.  For mixing and mastering, not so much.

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Panasonic htf 600
Sony's XB series
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Ultrasone Pro 900

 

post #15 of 90

Oh wait.. The PIONEER sound is what the V shape is all about.

 

 

HDJ500

HDJ1000

HDJ2000  I doubt there is more of a V sound than these.  Club in ya head..Fun.

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