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post #136 of 2350
Just in case I dont like the stock ones, But, again, more importantly, how's the build quality on them? Considering picking a pair up.

Soz for the question by the way, found out where i order them from. Also, as far as source/amp goes, I have the HA-INFO U2 PLUS DAC/HP amp to power them.
Edited by Keller1 - 5/10/12 at 6:58am
post #137 of 2350

The problem with other drivers s that they use 50 or 53 mm drivers, which are not so common, most phones using these big drivers is quite expensive, so switching drivers would not be "plug and play" so I fear it would not be worth the effort..

post #138 of 2350
i have a pair of 55mils but right now i just want to get some decent sound quality at a preferably low price with SOME soundstage and all that jazz. As far as your review goes, im pretty impressed, but are these things fragile ? Do they feel solid ? Are they? Right now that's my main concern.
post #139 of 2350

They feel quite solid to me, they will for sure nor fall apart from normal use, if they can withstand an atomicblast is doubtfull, but the general build quality is quite good..

post #140 of 2350

Any recommendations for a place to buy the HI 2050, with shipping to Europe?

 

Greetings,

post #141 of 2350
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Originally Posted by Flumphy View Post

Any recommendations for a place to buy the HI 2050, with shipping to Europe?

 

Greetings,

I think there is a internet seller called Ali Express that has good prices.

I just found the website seller Seaben, I might order the HI2050s and Pro80s from them


Edited by PurpleAngel - 5/26/12 at 10:06pm
post #142 of 2350

Ordered the Takstar HI 2050s, found it easiest just to order them off eBay, had the lowest price for 20 day shipping.

post #143 of 2350
I got mine , gonna post a review tommorow hopefully. Really sibliant. the bass is ******* amazing on these. if the sibilance can be fixed somehow we're going to end up with a new budget king ( IMO )
post #144 of 2350
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I got mine , gonna post a review tommorow hopefully. Really sibliant. the bass is ******* amazing on these. if the sibilance can be fixed somehow we're going to end up with a new budget king ( IMO )


coming from someone with 2 Russian TDS-5 orthodynamics ( Yamaha HP-1 equivalents more or less ) in their profile, that says something.


Edited by nick n - 5/27/12 at 11:30pm
post #145 of 2350
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I got mine , gonna post a review tommorow hopefully. Really sibliant. the bass is ******* amazing on these. if the sibilance can be fixed somehow we're going to end up with a new budget king ( IMO )

are you referring to the PRO80?

post #146 of 2350
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I got mine , gonna post a review tommorow hopefully. Really sibliant. the bass is ******* amazing on these. if the sibilance can be fixed somehow we're going to end up with a new budget king ( IMO )

That goes away after about 200 hours of burn in. 

post #147 of 2350
I've got a pair of Pro ones and I can't believe what they offer for the price I've spent. I'm sure I prefer them to the Shure 850!
post #148 of 2350

Wondering if these (PRO 80s and HI 2050) would run off a sansa clip or cowon un amped? etysmile.gif

I mainly listen to my headphones when I'm on the move, so haven't thought about purchasing any open cans or amps.

post #149 of 2350
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I've got a pair of Pro ones and I can't believe what they offer for the price I've spent. I'm sure I prefer them to the Shure 850!

I use the DT770 Pro 80 & 250-Ohm headphones, any idea on how the sound of the Pro80s compares to them?

post #150 of 2350
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Wondering if these (PRO 80s and HI 2050) would run off a sansa clip or cowon un amped? etysmile.gif

I mainly listen to my headphones when I'm on the move, so haven't thought about purchasing any open cans or amps.

Any cowon or a clip rockboxed are able to run them but I highly recommend an amp. My Ibasso Mamba does a great job with them.
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