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You better ban yourself from head-fi while you're at it!

so true..

but i miss u guys, meng waynewink.gif

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so true..

but i miss u guys, meng waynewink.gif

 

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... but you won't miss your sanity or your money! 

 

... or sfwalcer for that matter! ph34r.gif

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What's better out of S500 and WS99? Trying to find some basshead cans that will be comfortable. Which is better in terms of sound and which is better in terms of comfort? I have a pretty big head/ears and I wear glasses. For me personally, I use the DT770 Pros as a comfort benchmark (Were amazing once I stretched them, earcups actually fit around my ears and were comfortable as hell but in the end the sound was too recessed for my liking) so any input would be appreciated.

 

Feel free to offer any other suggestions besides those listed. Comfort is pretty important along with sound for me.


Edited by Mackem - 4/6/13 at 4:06am
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yamaha pro 500
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HECK OF A DEAL FELLAS (and about $30 cheaper than what I bought mine for, which I still think was worth it). I would jump on this deal.

 

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Audio-Technica-ATH-A900X-Audiophile-Closed-Back-Dynamic-Headphones-Black-/310646149046

post #8571 of 32865
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Originally Posted by Seekky View Post

yamaha pro 500

Tad too expensive for me

post #8572 of 32865
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Originally Posted by Mackem View Post

Tad too expensive for me

Dt990s? More specifically, my dt990s? (cheap plug, I know biggrin.gif)
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Dt990s? More specifically, my dt990s? (cheap plug, I know biggrin.gif)


But it sure as hell ain't cheap. bigsmile_face.gif Sell those puppies to me for $100 and it'll make your "cheap plug" truly live up to its rep.  C'mon are you not a man of your words. tongue.gif

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Originally Posted by jant71 View Post

These are seemingly available now if anyone is interested...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/JVC-HAMR77X-HA-MR77X-Ultimate-DJ-Headband-Ear-Headphones-/181111516086


^ not sure if serious or not......................

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I like the look of stuff like the HA-MR77X and S500 but worried about the comfort with my ears :(

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Originally Posted by Mackem View Post

I like the look of stuff like the HA-MR77X and S500 but worried about the comfort with my ears :(

 

Quite a few pads choices for the S500 and, aside from what it says in the link, The MR77X are big 57mm driver beasts that are most certainly circum-aural. Different weight classes though. Two S500's would weigh 336 grams while one MR77X weighs 412 grams.


Edited by jant71 - 4/6/13 at 3:31pm
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Quite a few pads choices for the S500 and, aside from what it says in the link, The MR77X are big 57mm driver beasts that are most certainly circum-aural. Different weight classes though. Two S500's would weigh 336 grams while one MR77X weighs 412 grams.

 

Not sure what those scary and cool looking MR77X's are all about. 57mm drivers? Huh!

 

But regarding the S500s... these are the pads that I've tried:

 

1) Stock pads. Kinda like solidified donuts on the ears. Not comfortable after very long (imo).

 

2) ATH Pleather pads. Softer donuts. More comfortable, although still makes my ears sore after a while. Decreases the bass somewhat (which I don't mind and prefer). If you want "on ear" pads, these are the ones.

 

3) HM5 pads. They go right over top of the stock pads. And they fit right around the ears. Very comfortable. Decreases the bass somewhat (which I don't mind and prefer). Sound very good imo. But, you probably wouldn't want to go public with them lol.


Edited by waynes world - 4/6/13 at 6:38pm
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So I was showing my friend the CKN70s since he had never heard high end IEMs before. I'm talking he's heard around the Skullcandy level. I showed him my MH1Cs, FX40s, and FX1Xs. He said he liked them all, but they sounded pretty similar. The he heard my CKN70s and said they sounded amazing. He kept saying how clear they were. And this is a guy who isn't an audiophile even the slightest. Anyway, he uses small tips and after he was done I decided to attempt to take them off when this happened:

 

 

 

I just glued it back together and I'm letting them sit for a bit. I'm not gonna lie, I freaked out a little bit when it happened.


Edited by 7S Cameron - 4/6/13 at 7:23pm
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Originally Posted by 7S Cameron View Post

So I was showing my friend the CKN70s since he had never heard high end IEMs before. I'm talking he's heard around the Skullcandy level. I showed him my MH1Cs, FX40s, and FX1Xs. He said he liked them all, but they sounded pretty similar. The he heard my CKN70s and said they sounded amazing. He kept saying how clear they were. And this is a guy who isn't an audiophile even the slightest. Anyway, he uses small tips and after he was done I decided to attempt to take them off when this happened:

 

 

 

I just glued it back together and I'm letting them sit for a bit. I'm not gonna lie, I freaked out a little bit when it happened.


OMG OMG OMG don't breath in that CNT, need to contact the right authorities ASAP.  Damn that sucks to see that they came apart so easily. You need to kick your friends @ss tbh. haha

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