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post #31 of 1509

I've been listening to HFI-780's most of the night. It's been quite enjoyable.bigsmile_face.gif

post #32 of 1509

Sony MDR-D77 since they were sitting on my shelf and haven't listened to them in a while. I still like their sound signature it's portability.

post #33 of 1509

I only have one, but I rock it all the time

 

DT880 :D 

post #34 of 1509

LCD-2 since I got them last week. First full sized headphone purchase in over 10 years. I was riding on the fact that my inexperience w/head gear would leave me more easily satisfied & it did.

 

I've been using JVC FX700 iems, for about a year before that, & now I finally experienced what people mean when they say iems lack soundstage. It always sounded fine to me before, now it sounds compact & dense, but still enjoyable, as they are not worlds apart in terms of sound quality.

post #35 of 1509

Currently burning in my meelectronics m6 (bought for running, I run about 15 miles a week :P).  I'm actually quite impressed with their performance given the price tag (paid $30).  They're rocking eminem pretty strong L3000.gif

post #36 of 1509

Audio technica w1000x. Love thematsmile.gif

post #37 of 1509

My HFI 580s through my Mac :)

post #38 of 1509

I can't seem to get my HFI-780's off my head smily_headphones1.gif

post #39 of 1509
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I can't seem to get my HFI-780's off my head smily_headphones1.gif



I'm loving teh bass on mine. you must like the higher frequency stuff. the 580's still work extremely well for rock and what not. i only see classical as needing the 780's

post #40 of 1509

ATH M50 while at home.  At work, primarily the Etymotic HF3.

post #41 of 1509
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ATH M50 while at home.  At work, primarily the Etymotic HF3.



i'm thining of getttins some iem's for classes too :)

post #42 of 1509
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i'm thining of getttins some iem's for classes too :)



I find that IEMs are the most practical while on the go.  I don't sit at a desk at work so IEMs works best for me, plus I like the microphone and 3 button control for my phone.  If I was more stationary and it was a safe environment for them I would use the M50s over the HF3.  I don't know when I will purchase another set of full sized headphones but I have been eyeing the 250 ohm Beyerdynamic DT990 Premiums.  I'm not sure how well my little Fiio E7 would drive them though.

post #43 of 1509
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I find that IEMs are the most practical while on the go.  I don't sit at a desk at work so IEMs works best for me, plus I like the microphone and 3 button control for my phone.  If I was more stationary and it was a safe environment for them I would use the M50s over the HF3.  I don't know when I will purchase another set of full sized headphones but I have been eyeing the 250 ohm Beyerdynamic DT990 Premiums.  I'm not sure how well my little Fiio E7 would drive them though.

i'm eyeing the SE215's :) they are cheap and bassy. but i'll settle on getting the cheapo Monorpice 8320's as a temp stand in after they become avaible :)
 

 

post #44 of 1509
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i'm eyeing the SE215's :) they are cheap and bassy. but i'll settle on getting the cheapo Monorpice 8320's as a temp stand in after they become avaible :)
 

 



I was really lucky finding the Etymotic's on Amazon for $79.99.  An absolute steal.  I have yet to see them get that low since.  I try not to waste time with untested over hyped cheap IEMs.  I prefer taking my time and reading about more well known items.  That's part of the fun too.

post #45 of 1509
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I'm loving teh bass on mine. you must like the higher frequency stuff. the 580's still work extremely well for rock and what not. i only see classical as needing the 780's


 

Yep, you nailed it lol. I listen to a large variety of music pretty evenly throughout my playlist. electronica/rock/accoustic/hip hop/pop/stuff like Apocalypica and Bond that I don't know how to categorize. My hfi-780's and westone 3's just plain flourish with my music selection. smily_headphones1.gif

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