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post #841 of 2350

I put the Hi2050s over my computer case (which is quite a bit bigger than my head) for the first week while also burning them in.

Result: perfect fit and perfect sound. :) 

post #842 of 2350
Thanks for the recomendations, i just took the pads off and put the phones streched on a box
post #843 of 2350
Still loving my HPT990s. I take an hour walk every morning and I bring them along and today I was playing the new Daft Punk album... almost got to work late. biggrin.gif
post #844 of 2350

pro80 or akg k240 ? listened to metal 

post #845 of 2350

interested in teh Pro 80 or HD6000...how do they compare with the FA003/Hm5?

post #846 of 2350

In a nutshell, HM5 is quite treble light, more or less on the "dark side" and Pro80 is much, much brighter. Bass is quite good in both of them, with more extension on the Pro80. Both have a very good middle range, but with the Pro favoring male voices.

post #847 of 2350

double post.


Edited by drivers66 - 6/14/13 at 7:35am
post #848 of 2350
You can't, just blank it out, declare double post, or whatever.
post #849 of 2350

Thanks MrEleventy.

post #850 of 2350

Thanks...drivers.

post #851 of 2350

Hi guys, may I ask your suggestion between Pro 80 and Senn HD 449?

my focus is detail,noise isolation,SQ and comfortable and the build quality too...I usually heard wide range of music from pop, jazz, classical, slow, acoustic until R&B soul...

I also intend to combine it with fiio e07k
 

post #852 of 2350

Isolation: even,, and none of them excels in this aspect.

Detail, SQ, Comfort, : Pro80.

Build Quality: Pro 80 by a huge difference, moslty metal (aluminum and magnesium) vs fine plastic on the Senn..

 

For the genres you menction i would go for the open version of the Pro80, the HI2050 (bass lighter and a bit opener), except if you need a closed headphone or you like a boosted bass headphone.


Edited by drivers66 - 6/16/13 at 12:47pm
post #853 of 2350

If you don't need isolation , i'll go with the HI 2050 too as it's far from being bass shy well amped !

Unamped, if you're not affraid by its dark tonality, i'll go with the pro80.

I do think both takstars are a step up compared to the hd 449

post #854 of 2350

Hi,

I have the Qpad HQ-85 which seem to be the same headphones as the HI2050.

 

I would like to buy some leather pads for these headphones. As I am living in Germany I would like to buy them in a German online store like amazon.de if possible.

 

Can you suggest me some cups or another headphone model of which the pads should fit on the hi2050?

 

Thanks.

Daniel
 


Edited by ipumuk - 6/17/13 at 3:56am
post #855 of 2350
Quote:
Originally Posted by ipumuk View Post

Hi,

I have the Qpad HQ-85 which seem to be the same headphones as the HI2050.

 

I would like to buy some leather pads for these headphones. As I am living in Germany I would like to buy them in a German online store like amazon.de if possible.

 

Can you suggest me some cups or another headphone model of which the pads should fit on the hi2050?

 

Thanks.

Daniel
 

 

I'm using Beyer DT880 pads, Takstar EQ settings in this thread, very comfortable!

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