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Anybody heard about this Bette?

Bette Hybrid 7 Drivers Dynamic Balanced Armature (BA) Over-Ear Headphones !!!

It looks really nice.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013E89IQG?colid=31TLSP3SCRXQQ&coliid=I358LTPIAVTBTJ&ref_=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl

 

 

 

Wow, big price difference compared to their IEM offerings.  Guess it's those extra drivers.

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Here's my take on the ATH-CKR9LTD with comparisons to the CKR9 and CKR10 for those who might be interested:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/products/audio-technica-ath-m50-studio-monitor-headphones-limited-red-model-ath-ckr9-ltd-japan-import/reviews/13897

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I'm guessing he's on house arrest and his mom took away his computer.

Jkjk


Yep...

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Here's my take on the ATH-CKR9LTD with comparisons to the CKR9 and CKR10 for those who might be interested:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/products/audio-technica-ath-m50-studio-monitor-headphones-limited-red-model-ath-ckr9-ltd-japan-import/reviews/13897

How do they stand up against Fidue A73 ?

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How do they stand up against Fidue A73 ?

Sorry I haven't heard the A73's.
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Thanks for reply anyway! Someone who has both, would be nice to do some comparison. They are my 2 next to try list IEM`s and upgrade in SQ. Atm I`m leaning to A73 by impressions and reviews.

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I haven't heard the Fidue either but I doubt it would be more headphone sounding or have the better bass vs. the 9LTD. My thought process anyhow :)

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Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
 

Here's my take on the ATH-CKR9LTD with comparisons to the CKR9 and CKR10 for those who might be interested:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/products/audio-technica-ath-m50-studio-monitor-headphones-limited-red-model-ath-ckr9-ltd-japan-import/reviews/13897

 

Very nice comparative review.:popcorn:

 

I really like my 9LTDs, as a matter of fact, I prefer them over everything else I've tried lately except maybe the R2A. But that's also more balanced(especially with the endcaps tightened down). Speaking of...

 

The R2 is so small it's only a little bigger than the CKR9LTD nozzle lol.

 

Check out this song guys, it's beautiful:

 

And as an example, I prefer to listen to it with my R2 rather than my 9LTD due to the bass being less invasive. The R2s are a little brighter, while the 9LTDs have a weightier note presentation, both observations made obvious in the way they render the piano in this track. Both phones have excellent timbre, in the instruments and vocals. The R2s are wider in their stage but the 9LTDs still sound bigger overall. The R2s are more distant while the 9LTDs lean intimate.

 

In listening to this song so many times in a row I now have a hardcore case of the feels.THE FEELS

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Looks like the 9LTD may just eat the R2A there :biggrin:

 

If I stuck with the Sony sound, something like the R2A or Pro would work but with the Xuelin, the 9LTD would be the choice. Less bass, brighter, and lighter note weight is what the 770C will add to the CKR for the perfect end result. Doubling up on that esp. w/o a warm amp is really not what I'm going for. All about the recipe though both are quite good earphones but different. Plus the R2 sound seems to resemble the signature of my tweaked FXT200 maybe except for the more distance part. We'll see how they compare with the 9LTD presentation.

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Looks like the 9LTD may just eat the R2A there :biggrin:

 

If I stuck with the Sony sound, something like the R2A or Pro would work but with the Xuelin, the 9LTD would be the choice. Less bass, brighter, and lighter note weight is what the 770C will add to the CKR for the perfect end result. Doubling up on that esp. w/o a warm amp is really not what I'm going for. All about the recipe though both are quite good earphones but different. Plus the R2 sound seems to resemble the signature of my tweaked FXT200 maybe except for the more distance part. We'll see how they compare with the 9LTD presentation.

 

I think this is why I prefer to listen to the 9LTDs straight out of my Alienware than my X1. A cooler source is like taking the 9LTDs and gently whispering sweet nothings in it's ear.:redface:

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So a over ear dynamic can with 6 balanced armature drivers gets announced and nothing on its sound? 

 

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