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something open backed I imagine...

 

are you looking for specific models?

Not really, I was thinking it would have to be open as well. The main headphones I've been considering that are open-backed are the AD-900X.

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What full-sized headphones would have the closest soundstage and instrument seperation to a car?


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What full-sized headphones would have the closest soundstage and instrument seperation to a car?


Try out a AD900X. Should be your next purchase. Your looking for guitar crunch and big stage.. I say AD900X. Think much grander CKN70

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Try out a AD900X. Should be your next purchase. Your looking for guitar crunch and big stage.. I say AD900X. Think much grander CKN70

What about the WS99s?

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Haha, sorry mate I had to cancel my order of the XWF600 and get an iPod video 5G. My 6G wont run Rockbox on the SD card so I've decided to see what all the fuss is about with the 5th gen iPods.

 

Everyone seems to be ecstatic about the Wolfson chip in there lol, plus pretty sure it will run Rockbox just fine.

 

To bad I wonder how they would compare with tenores but maybe someone else is going for them too. Will write my impresion when they arrive against mh1c.


Edited by Iken - 7/2/13 at 4:50am
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Yeah that pic shows it well. They put the nozzle seemingly in between the drivers which might be best for sound but for fit it would work better as more of an "L" with the nozzle more higher up. Interesting to see how many end up having a fit issue.

If they had the nozzles on a pivot point it could have worked fine.
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@ Dsnuts- Any updated impressions regarding the S2 versus the CKS1000? Which one do you prefer?
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Hey Dsnuts,

   I read the first post on this thread and I'm now looking forward to getting the SHE-3580s. I do have a question though: could they compare to any (if at all) headphones?

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Originally Posted by 7S Cameron View Post

What about the WS99s?

You wanted a brighter sound, that guitar crunch and big stage and the closest one of the AT cans to do that would be the AD900X. The WS99 is a warmish sounding can with much bigger bass for the fun factor and lesser stage. Both are excellent but seems to me from what your looking for the AD900X is closer to what you want.

 

 

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@ Dsnuts- Any updated impressions regarding the S2 versus the CKS1000? Which one do you prefer?

 

Both are very nice iems and are my top 2 dynamics. I will give an update impression on the S2 soon. I have been listening to them more and more.. They never fail to impress me every time I hear them..One observation on the S2. You can change up the sound signature on them with a simple tip change. Because of their neutralish nature..Sony hybrids adds a bit more bottom end and stock tips and Complys adds air and balance.. They are crazy good sounding on with any tips really but the hybrids won me over..

 

You know what I am floored with however. Is my X1. It has been burning in this whole time and the sound seems to be getting better and better as I burn them in..


Edited by Dsnuts - 7/2/13 at 5:54am
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Hey Dsnuts,

   I read the first post on this thread and I'm now looking forward to getting the SHE-3580s. I do have a question though: could they compare to any (if at all) headphones?


Hmm. headphone wise? They kinda somewhat have the old school V sound signature with small stage. Makes for fun listening and to this day the most comfortable earphones on the planet because the whole housing can fit in your outer ear canal with ease. I would say a little bit of the Pioneer sound but miniaturized. The sub bass is unreal on them. For the cash they will surprise you with their clarity and big bass. I believe they replaced the SHE3580 with he SHE3590.. Same phones.

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Hmm. headphone wise? They kinda somewhat have the old school V sound signature with small stage. Makes for fun listening and to this day the most comfortable earphones on the planet because the whole housing can fit in your outer ear canal with ease. I would say a little bit of the Pioneer sound but miniaturized. The sub bass is unreal on them. For the cash they will surprise you with their clarity and big bass. I believe they replaced the SHE3580 with he SHE3590.. Same phones.

  Oh, they did? No wonder the 3580s were gone. I'm looking forward to buying these to keep my enornous Beats at home, and provide an exercise-friendly replacement to the earbuds since the seller decided to throw in an earloop.

  Yay, there's a V sig. I will like this pair for sure. And with great subbass, these things will "give life back to music," if you know what I mean. etysmile.gif

 

EDIT: How much did the 3580s retail for? I recall they were priced at around $15. But this seller is selling it at just under 10 bucks with a pouch, earloop (you put the cable through the loop btw), a clip, and a straight-to-L plug converter. How cool is that?!


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EDIT: How much did the 3580s retail for? I recall they were priced at around $15. But this seller is selling it at just under 10 bucks with a pouch, earloop (you put the cable through the loop btw), a clip, and a straight-to-L plug converter. How cool is that?!

 

Nice! Can you provide a link pls?

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Nice! Can you provide a link pls?


He probably means the seller www-sonicelectronix-com on Ebay, but they won't ship to Australia for free.

Here is a 12.60$ link with free shipping:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Philips-SHE3590BK-Music-Colors-In-Ear-Headphones-Earphones-Black-GENUINE-/221248248655?pt=US_Headphones&hash=item33836c5b4f

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Anyone tryed Samsung HS330? They use dual dynamic(8 and 10 mm) and bulk package cost just around 10$. They come in package with Samsung S4.

 

http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/mobile-devices/smartphones/smartphone-accessories/EO-HS3303WEGWW

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