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Just got a second hi 2050 and it is better than my first ~2 or so year old one.  The clamping force has been reduced so I don't feel any pressure on my head, but it won't fall off.  Also, it just seems more solidly put together. 

 

Also, I purchased a superlux 681 evo and couldn't stand them compared to the hi2050.  Unfortunately, there are hardly any comparisons between these, and I believed the hype. The bass was too overpowering.  hi2050 is definitely worth the extra $10 or so dollars.


Edited by lolwatpear - Yesterday at 7:51 am
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Currently waiting on a hi2050 and hm5 pleather pads... Let's see how that goes!

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Originally Posted by Claus-DK View Post
 

The inteesting thing about all these OEM versions is, DO THEY SOUND THE SAME ???

Do they share all parts or just some ??

 

Has anyone tried a direct comparrison ??

I tried the pro 80 at a hoved-fi meet and liked them so much I bought the qpad qh-90. All I can say that it at least had the aspects of the signature that I really loved and is a really capable headphone, I have not done a direct comparison though.

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My 2050 must have been a dud. No bass and shrill highs. Love my Pro 80 though, but have been more into iems lately. Not too many new exciting headphone releases that are budget worthy, and I won't touch the new Hifiman 560 until it drops to a more reasonable price.
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