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post #16 of 101

I'm planning on getting the e11s myself, first amp. I'll see how it goes. Good luck!

post #17 of 101

 

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I am absolutley sorry for draggin this on. But i just remmebered i was also looking at some AKG 240 as well. For my tastes. im going to gues they aren't nearly as good as the 580's right

 

For AKG 2xx series, Its much better to have an amp. You ll like hfi580.

post #18 of 101
Thread Starter 

Thank you sooooo much DVDRey :) I've more or less seen and read through every single HFI 580 thread there is on head-fi and the majority on other places. However gettting personalized responces has been great. I have just purchased them off of B&H for $118 with free 2 day shipping :) A great deal if i may say so myself :)

post #19 of 101

No problems :)

 

When you ll have received the headphone, give us your opinion :) (include some hours for a break-in)

post #20 of 101
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No problems :)

 

When you ll have received the headphone, give us your opinion :) (include some hours for a break-in)


Of course I will! From what one thread says. These are atom bombs(as in awesome) @ 600+hours of burn in........ it took quite a long time for my Shure's to reach ~500+hours...onwards!!

 

post #21 of 101
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Hey man, just to let you know the Ultrasone DJ1's are the EXACT same as the HFI-580 just with a different appearance, I tend to like it better. I just ordered a pair for myself. I'm excited to get them in. Remember it's the DJ1 NOT the DJ1 Pros. There bass isnt as nice and a lot bulkier.

 

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/434785-REG/Ultrasone_DJ_1_DJ1_Dynamic_Stereo_DJ.html

That reminds me of when I bought my DJ1's. Got them over the regular HFI-580 because they were cheaper by 20 bucks. haha

post #22 of 101

The comfort on the 580 is terrible. Tough earpads, hard clamp, and a piercing pain feeling on top of your skull because the padding on top is hard & useless. They are pretty good for all kinds of music.


Edited by tarbo - 12/3/11 at 7:27pm
post #23 of 101

 

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Tough earpads, hard clamp, and a piercing pain feeling on top of your skull because the padding on top is hard & useless.

 

From HD380pro, Hfi580 is very confortable,lol.

post #24 of 101

The Dj1s I heard have awesome comfort.

post #25 of 101

Beyer DT250 velour pads + Senn HD 650 headband = ultimate comfort on the HFI 580.

 

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The Dj1s I heard have awesome comfort.


HFI 580 is the same as the DJ1.

DJ1 is the same as the HFI 580.

post #26 of 101
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Beyer DT250 velour pads + Senn HD 650 headband = ultimate comfort on the HFI 580.

 


HFI 580 is the same as the DJ1.

DJ1 is the same as the HFI 580.



They have a different physical appearance bro.

post #27 of 101

 

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They have a different physical appearance bro.

 

no

 

DJ1 pro yes, not DJ1.

post #28 of 101
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no

 

DJ1 pro yes, not DJ1.



The Dj1s have a different physical appearance over the HFI 580s.

post #29 of 101

Ultrasone-HFI-580_P_500.jpg

Ultrasone-DJ1_P_500.jpg

They are identical. (i haven't tried DJ1).

post #30 of 101

Just to let you know you can get these for $75

 

The Ozma 5 is a rebranded Ultrasone HFI-550 (= HFI-580 = DJ1).

 

http://www.overstock.com/Electronics/Ultrasone-Alienware-HFI-550-OZMA-5-S-Logic-Surround-Sound-Headphones/4469629/product.html

 

 

EDUT: My bad they're outta stock, but you can get them on ebay.

 


Edited by loliwin - 12/3/11 at 8:17pm
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