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I'm really enjoying the E80's as well . Björk, Ane Brun, Robyn and Cowboy Junkies sounds amazing of them but music like Nirvana and Royal Blood also works really well.

Just for the record I've never called them bright simply because I don't fund them bright sounding wink.gif
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Originally Posted by peter123 View Post

I'm really enjoying the E80's as well . Björk, Ane Brun, Robyn and Cowboy Junkies sounds amazing of them but music like Nirvana and Royal Blood also works really well.

Just for the record I've never called them bright simply because I don't fund them bright sounding wink.gif
I agree Peter, I don't find them bright either.

Words that come to mind are organic, natural and lush with great timbre.

For me, I here this slightly warm tilted mid range that is extraordinary.
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To my ears the e80 has the response and separation of a semi open design, and the bass extension and warmth of closed designs. It's a best of both worlds sound.
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