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I like the blue. But both look pretty sharp.
post #737 of 1017
Yes I usually like black also and if they came out with one I'd be really tempted. I'm not sure. When promos first came out I thought the silver looked beautiful but then the blue has a cool sporty look to it. I'd have to see both in person to be sure but I think in the end, I'd probably end up picking the silver and black.
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post #741 of 1017

You ok Roma? lol

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lol mobile head-fi site freakin' out on me on my iphone this morning. lol either that or the Amperior is just getting me way too AMPED for this thread.

post #743 of 1017
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Originally Posted by roma101 View Post

lol mobile head-fi site freakin' out on me on my iphone this morning. lol either that or the Amperior is just getting me way too AMPED for this thread.

 

LOL

post #744 of 1017
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Originally Posted by slwiser View Post

Same here...I have the Amperior, HD-25-1-11 whatever and the DT1350.  Enjoy the  DT1350 and Amperior better than the HD-25xxxxx.

 

The HD-25 needs to be very loud before it opens up having a sound that approaches the other two.
 

 

I have the HD25-1 ii and while I'm aware there's room for improvement, they have been satisfying. I did get a good deal on them and I preferred to keep the investment lower for the portables knowing that they'll be exposed to lots of different environments. I also like the fact that the parts are replaceable. The HD25-1 ii did come two pairs of ear pads. leatherette (1) and velour (1). I've always liked the comfort of velour.

 

The clamp force is strong so it'll take some time to get them to a comfortable state. I put them on a box to help speed along the break-in process. Believe it or not, these were more comfortable long term than the Koss Portapros! I now know that my ears are not as compatible with 'pads'. Donut shape alleviates any kind of pressure from the stiffer cartilage part of the ear. And for those who are familiar with the L-cush pads, I don't problems with those either.

 

As for style points, I like the Senn over the Beyer.

post #745 of 1017
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Originally Posted by robm321 View Post

I like the blue. But both look pretty sharp.

Blue, all the way for me!  Silver looks kind of boring.  Would be really impressed if they would release a version with blue cups and black anodized aluminum hardware all around!

post #746 of 1017

Do you guys amp your amperiors? :D

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Originally Posted by xallarap View Post

Do you guys amp your amperiors? :D

 

I run em straight out of my Zen.  They sounds pretty amazing right there.  I personally see no reason to upgrade with such an easy to run can. 

post #748 of 1017
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Originally Posted by xallarap View Post

Do you guys amp your amperiors? biggrin.gif
I haven't really noticed a huge difference (if any) between them straight from the iPhone or E17. They're very efficient.

At "half the volume" they're already loud enough to me (depends on the recording, of course, but average speaking...).
Edited by Elektrospeed - 12/4/12 at 5:33am
post #749 of 1017

Sounds good. Just a couple more weeks of saving up, I might be pulling the trigger for the amperior for my unamped portable and probably retire my hd25. 

post #750 of 1017

I used to use the Leckerton Audio UHA6S Mkii to amp them. Mostly used with an amp, but they did sound good without as well

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