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Condolences, Mr. V.

 

She is in a better place, and she will always be there in every decision you make.

 

I'll light a candle and say a prayer for her.

post #9122 of 20918
Sorry for your loss Val. She is definitely in Better place looking down and proud of her grandson !
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They definitely don't make refrigerators like they used to. My thoughts are with you your family.
post #9124 of 20918
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Originally Posted by DJ Felix View Post

Sound wise m100 much better, however isolation wise Senheisers are much better.

Really? :(

post #9125 of 20918

Sorry for your loss Val. 

 

BTW, my review is 98% done.

post #9126 of 20918

Sorry to hear about your grandmother Val. 

post #9127 of 20918

Condolences Val, RIP!

 

P.S Looking forward so so much to a UK release for the M-100, can't wait for some info to come out!

post #9128 of 20918

Heartfelt condolences Val.  

 

Longing for an appearance of the M-100 on Amazon UK!

post #9129 of 20918

What in the...the LP/LP2 pads are more comfortable than that of the M-100's. blink.gif

Maybe it's because they're stiffer than the M-100's.

Sound-wise the bass seems less clear (things seem muddled up), bass impact is decreased (the bass pedal's chest-thumping sound is missing), the treble is decreased in quantity (snare drums don't have the same snap and cymbals seem quieter), and because of all of the this the mids are actually brought out a bit.

 

I think I'll be switching back to the M-100's stock earpads even if they're less comfortable. >.>

To tell you the truth, installation of the pads is actually very simple and quick.

 

Yeah that's better, the M-100's pads do make a difference in sound quality. The bass pedal's thump is back in action, the snare's snap is back, and the cymbal crashes are a tad bit more audible.

 

 

 

........and why did curiosity kill the cat?

Photos underneath the earpads, the driver enclosures, and earcup wiring (Click to show)

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Edited by miceblue - 11/5/12 at 3:11pm
post #9130 of 20918
I feel like this post is starting to go down since val posted that, rip to your grandma Val
post #9131 of 20918
I think the grey pads look a lot better than the white anyway. They just suit the silver better
post #9132 of 20918

I am pretty surprised that this headphone managed to look extremely good, and topple one of those "all time favourites headphone" like the HD25 series in term of the sound quality , how is it compared to the likes of beyer dt 1350 in terms of comfort and sound quality?

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Does anyone with the m-100 know if the hinge in the headphone look like it's going to start to get loosened in the future? That's what happens with most headphones that fold like that, that's why I'm wondering, and its usually why portable headphones are the first ones to break, but I don't know about this one because of it's "click-fold Hinges"
post #9134 of 20918
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Originally Posted by Retrias View Post

I am pretty surprised that this headphone managed to look extremely good, and topple one of those "all time favourites headphone" like the HD25 series in term of the sound quality , how is it compared to the likes of beyer dt 1350 in terms of comfort and sound quality?

Its still a bit early for me to say, but so far I'm liking the M-80 and HD25's over the M-100's. Bass is a tad bit artificial sounding; also, I'm not sure if the timbre is off, or if the midrange sounds too dull, but there's something odd sounding about these cans that I cant pinpoint just yet..

However, please take it for the grain of salt it is; I can be insanely picky when it comes to bass-canons frown.gif

post #9135 of 20918
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Originally Posted by aleki View Post

Its still a bit early for me to say, but so far I'm liking the M-80 and HD25's over the M-100's. Bass is a tad bit artificial sounding; also, I'm not sure if the timbre is off, or if the midrange sounds too dull, but there's something odd sounding about these cans that I cant pinpoint just yet..

However, please take it for the grain of salt it is; I can be insanely picky when it comes to bass-canons frown.gif

I thought the same when I first used my M-100s. But when I went back to my M80s, I couldn't stand how congested it sounded when compared. The soundstage is probably the what I appreciate the most in the M100s.

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