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I don't feel the ML are thin in the midrange or highs (though they aren't "artificially sweetened", either, "just the facts, mam" as they used to say on the ancient detective show, Dragnet.
Bass has been my problem with them, it's there, it's accurate, it's anemic. You can hear it, but you don't feel it. Playing with positioning helps, but I don't think I will ever hear bass sound like the Shure 1540, Senn Amperior, etc.
Clamping was a problem initially, but the headband can be stretched, and I find, after doing that, don't feel the pain anymore, can wear them for a long time (but again, clamping or no clamping, they are an odd fit)
No more music posts for now...(maybe if you beg wink.gif
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If your parents wore Hamburger Helper gloves and you were raised in a Pilsbury household, then yes, the finest French pastries. Other than that, just make sure you got some emergency shimapan on and put your best moe face forward and no one'll be the wiser when these washroom mishaps occur

Thanks for the heads up. Should I keep them tucked in the K3K like you do? Always good to get some advice from someone with first-hand experience.

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I don't feel the ML are thin in the midrange or highs (though they aren't "artificially sweetened", either, "just the facts, mam" as they used to say on the ancient detective show, Dragnet.
Bass has been my problem with them, it's there, it's accurate, it's anemic. You can hear it, but you don't feel it. Playing with positioning helps, but I don't think I will ever hear bass sound like the Shure 1540, Senn Amperior, etc.
Clamping was a problem initially, but the headband can be stretched, and I find, after doing that, don't feel the pain anymore, can wear them for a long time (but again, clamping or no clamping, they are an odd fit)
No more music posts for now...(maybe if you beg wink.gif

the sound we hear then is different unfortunately. I hear it thinner sounding compared to the rest of my headphones, especially the ws99s. :/

 

Touche.... :P


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Could be, though what I take as neutral could be what you take as thin (only part of hearing is in the ears...most of it is BETWEEN THE EARS (old Eastern saying...)
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Transferring some Hi-Rez files, HD Trax, put them on my X3, and let the listening contests begin (trumpets BLARE here)


(OK, so I lied...couldn't resist)
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Could be, though what I take as neutral could be what you take as thin (only part of hearing is in the ears...most of it is BETWEEN THE EARS (old Eastern saying...)

I hear neutral headphones and balanced headphones.

 

The ck10s were my first analytical and awesomely detailed headphones, which the martins nostalgically remind me of.

 

I enjoy the details that the ck10s delivered, but I felt as though it was missing something. The instruments sounded thin, the sound was smooth as heck, and it was liquidy at best.


The im-02s are different from them as it is a bit thicker in the instruments and vocals, warmer but not liquidy, smooth, and still had even more detail than the ck10s. The martins have the detail of the im-02s, but the same type of smooth and somewhat thin characteristic of the ck10s.

 

That's just me though, again. To the martin fans out there, I'm not hating on this headphone, I adore it! I'm just stating what I hear is all.

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If you're putting their theme song, here's one of my favorite catchy theme songs.
 
 
Hear it with your best headphones gentlemen. 
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TwinQY while trying the NAD HP50 did they happen to also have the matching iem there too?

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On another topic, I read someone here had good things to say about the Monster Diesel Vector-they are on sale Amazon for $85 (list $270)
Just sayin...
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TwinQY while trying the NAD HP50 did they happen to also have the matching iem there too?

No, unfortunately that's why I asked a few pages back on the IEMs. Search HP20 on the thread. Mentioned you too but seemed to have missed that.

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Vektr are niceee😎I'm also getting the mtpg and mmdt😊
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No, unfortunately that's why I asked a few pages back on the IEMs. Search HP20 on the thread. Mentioned you too but seemed to have missed that.


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No one reads what you post meng. :rolleyes:

 

The latest update on that thread seems to imply they are meh at best, bass heavy stuff with weak treble but mids seems decent. Nothing to wrote home about sadly. Plus they look pretty cheaply built/looks, so even the lowly Pistons probably bests them sonically. But i have sinned cuz i haven't heard neither yet i speak ill of them. :deadhorse: 

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