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Wait, what?!?!?!? *looks at views in subscriptions panel* eek.gif This thread is special.



I dont know how? And im going to bed too

 

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I dont know how? And im going to bed too

 



*2 week later response* Strange.

 

I'd like to sum up the entire thread for those who were coming to look for advice instead of 7 pages of anime (or more) and some other stuff. Basically, the AH-D2000's are going to be the headphones I'm getting. They're kind of the best all around mid-fi headphones so far and is probably the best closed headphones (except for it's older siblings. This is arguable too since one set of headphones isn't for everybody). The DT880 (all editions) are supposedly great for female vocals and have very good highs but aren't as powerful for bass heavy music. I don't know but as from Headroom, these would be better for things such as classical and female vocals (along with some other things I forgot from the review). The K702 (can apply to K701 and Q701) are very unforgiving. Simply put, they can make a well recorded track sound wonderful and a poorly recorded track sound horrible. They bring out the little details that you normally wouldn't notice. I've heard issues with the comfortableness due to the bumps in the leather headband. This might concern some of you guys. The Ultrasone HFI 580 was also mentioned. It's been a while since I've looked at this thread so I don't remember the discussion on those.

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Basically, the AH-D2000's are going to be the headphones I'm getting. They're kind of the best all around mid-fi headphones so far and is probably the best closed headphones (except for it's older siblings. This is arguable too since one set of headphones isn't for everybody).



o_O

Very disputable...

 

But nonetheless hope you're happy with your D2k's.

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o_O

Very disputable...

 

But nonetheless hope you're happy with your D2k's.



Read the end part of your quote. I said it's arguable. Should probably move that part though since it sounds like the "older siblings sound better" part got mixed in with it.

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