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post #2011 of 2350
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Originally Posted by DJScope View Post


These do look nice, but the $48 one is a used unit. And also, you be surprised at the build quality and flexibility of the Pro80. These feel unbreakable. Plus the layout make them easy to mod.

Sent from Moto G XT1033 w/ Faux kernel.

Oops, you are right. I ordered a new one w/ Prime for $49 last night. Just cancelled though, haha. If anyone's interested I suppose it may show up on Amazon again soon.

post #2012 of 2350

Hey guys, which of the takstar would you recommend me for gaming and music/movies. These will be my first "decent" headphones as I just use whatever is there atm. Looking between takstar pro-80, HD6000 and HI 2050. Don't really mind the semi-open or open headset. If you have better suggestion in similar price range, feel free to mention that. Shipped to canada from ebay, pro-80 and 2050 cost around 60 bucks and HD6000 are 10 dollars more. Any suggestions? Thanks

post #2013 of 2350
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Originally Posted by rb3412 View Post
 

Hey guys, which of the takstar would you recommend me for gaming and music/movies. These will be my first "decent" headphones as I just use whatever is there atm. Looking between takstar pro-80, HD6000 and HI 2050. Don't really mind the semi-open or open headset. If you have better suggestion in similar price range, feel free to mention that. Shipped to canada from ebay, pro-80 and 2050 cost around 60 bucks and HD6000 are 10 dollars more. Any suggestions? Thanks

 

I responded to this question in the other thread you posted this.

post #2014 of 2350
Hello, I read this post and I think I should get either takstar hd6000 or hd5500 but I still have one question I couldnt figure out, will the hd 6000 fit a pretty big head? Please respond I really need to know this b4 I buy. Thanks
post #2015 of 2350

FYI I have a pair of like new HI2050's for sale on the forum. My cap size is 7 5\8 and the 2050 is just slightly too small on me. I really like the headphone but feel like I am pushing down on the headband to reset them on my head too often. They are extremely detailed, musical with surprising low end IMHO. Was listening to Yes Classics the other nite and the bass guitar was absolutely incredible on the intro of Long Distance Runaround.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJ0YIfW2BUI

 

 

post #2016 of 2350

Got my HM5 pads a few hours ago. Been listening to it. It seems nice and the annoying psuhing is gone. Thanks for the suggestions!

post #2017 of 2350
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Originally Posted by rappit View Post

Got my HM5 pads a few hours ago. Been listening to it. It seems nice and the annoying psuhing is gone. Thanks for the suggestions!

Try the rope spacer mod on your HM5 pads, works wonders. Happy listening
post #2018 of 2350

Could you elaborate? Found something on google but I didn't found how to do it. Thanks in advance!

post #2019 of 2350
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Originally Posted by rappit View Post

Could you elaborate? Found something on google but I didn't found how to do it. Thanks in advance!

You just take a piece of rope and shove it between the pad and the baffle to create a spacer.
post #2020 of 2350
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Originally Posted by Hal Rockwell View Post

You just take a piece of rope and shove it between the pad and the baffle to create a spacer.

Yup, as simple as that
post #2021 of 2350

New IEM from Takstar:

HI1200:

http://www.takstar.com/product/detail-3-24-426-1

http://item.ingping.com/4240.html

 

There's a JVC HA-FX850 in the brochure.They know how to sell a product.:)

post #2022 of 2350
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Originally Posted by sorieno View Post
 

New IEM from Takstar:

HI1200:

http://www.takstar.com/product/detail-3-24-426-1

http://item.ingping.com/4240.html

 

Damn :veryevil:

post #2023 of 2350

Two more headphones are coming: the HI2500 and the HD5800 according to this article:

http://takstar.com/news/detail-1-626


 

Proof:


Edited by sorieno - 6/27/14 at 2:43pm
post #2024 of 2350

Today got my hm5 pads:) and they are extremely comfortable sound is different as well but hard to say to good or bad side looks like hear wider and mids not any more so sarply what made me to boost a bit bass because was feeling like a bit painful :D but putting them on was struggling was scared that not gone break them but all was fine at end just took out screws what holding speakers and was much easyer

post #2025 of 2350
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Originally Posted by dunkanlord View Post
 

Today got my hm5 pads:) and they are extremely comfortable sound is different as well but hard to say to good or bad side looks like hear wider and mids not any more so sarply what made me to boost a bit bass because was feeling like a bit painful :D but putting them on was struggling was scared that not gone break them but all was fine at end just took out screws what holding speakers and was much easyer

 

Lucky bugger! I can't wait to get mine!

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