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post #1 of 27
Thread Starter 

My new order came today.

I know I still need a lot more.

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So my current setup is

Sound Card: Creative X-fi Titanium

Speakers: M-AUDIO AV40

Amps:

    Solid State: Behringer ha400(looking to upgrade)

    Tube: HiFiMAN EF2A running on its built in DAC

Cans:

  Skullcandy lowriders

  Klipsch S2 earbuds

  AKG Studio 240

  AKG Q460

  Grado Sr80i

  AKG Q701

 

Let me know what ya think.

post #2 of 27

That is a sick setup man :) maybe some more brand diversity :)

post #3 of 27
Thread Starter 

Yeah Kinda fell in love with AKG and Grado.

I look forward to getting more in the future. Need a better solid state amp first. And a way to switch between headphones without unhooking every time would be nice.

post #4 of 27
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Originally Posted by shortyg83 View Post

Yeah Kinda fell in love with AKG and Grado.

I look forward to getting more in the future. Need a better solid state amp first. And a way to switch between headphones without unhooking every time would be nice.



hmmm without unhooking would be nice..but woudln't that introduce more parts and what not into the whole setup. pretty expensive to get one that won't have an effect on sound. why not just unhook. 

 

Sennheiser

Ultrasone

Beyer

 

are all open for you :)

post #5 of 27
Thread Starter 

Beyer will prob be next.

I had beats studios and sold those to get the Q701s and I had a set of denon which were not comfortable at all so I sold those as well.

My buddy has a set of Sennheiser which are not bad but didn't put out my favorite type of sound. I still may get a higher set down the line.

post #6 of 27
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Originally Posted by shortyg83 View Post

Beyer will prob be next.

I had beats studios and sold those to get the Q701s and I had a set of denon which were not comfortable at all so I sold those as well.

My buddy has a set of Sennheiser which are not bad but didn't put out my favorite type of sound. I still may get a higher set down the line.


HD800.. nothing less than the one of the best

Audeuze LCD-3

Ultrasone Edition 10

 

yes...i know i'm just listing the top 3 summit fi headphones but hey. why not. L:)

 

post #7 of 27

Ive never had that many audio boxes come in one day.

post #8 of 27


 

I'm jealous of all your "banana hangars"  . . . biggrin.gif

post #9 of 27
Thread Starter 

I love my banana hangers lol.

I have to say I am really blown away by the M-AUDIO AV40s. Probably the best computer speakers I have ever head in terms of listening to music.

 

The q460s sound good but the cord they come with is wayyyyy to short.

Q701s sound amazing. I feel like they are harder to drive than my grados.

post #10 of 27

lololol all the people that don't want to spend too much money buy banana hangers. i bought the chepo $3 ones though :)

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post #11 of 27
Thread Starter 

they work so well i got the ones i have for 6.99

post #12 of 27

Nice setup. How do the studio monitors sound?

post #13 of 27

I think I'd skip the Edition 10!
 

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post




HD800.. nothing less than the one of the best

Audeuze LCD-3

Ultrasone Edition 10

 

yes...i know i'm just listing the top 3 summit fi headphones but hey. why not. L:)

 



 

 

post #14 of 27
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Originally Posted by NinjaSquirt View Post

Nice setup. How do the studio monitors sound?



they sound very very analytical. if u see reviews for the SRH440's...tehse are stricly monitor-refrence headphones. they do a good job of making music(not...rap or hip hop). u just hear a lot of thigns you could miss :) the bass impact isn't really there but for rock Shure is great :)

post #15 of 27
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Originally Posted by shipsupt View Post

I think I'd skip the Edition 10!
 


 

a lot of people do since the price is very very high. but none the less. are still a very good set of cans that are compared to the HD800 and LCD-3's as each has a quality that is good. 




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Originally Posted by NinjaSquirt View Post

Nice setup. How do the studio monitors sound?



they sound very very analytical. if u see reviews for the SRH440's...tehse are stricly monitor-refrence headphones. they do a good job of making music(not...rap or hip hop). u just hear a lot of thigns you could miss :) the bass impact isn't really there but for rock Shure is great :)

 

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