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post #271 of 960

rubbish! how is the COP not portable? besides, i'm replacing my HD-25 for one for portable use. For me, I don't exactly need a headphone to fold for me to call it portable. My idea of a portable headphone is something that blocks sound out decently well, comfortable, and of reasonable size.

post #272 of 960

Hey planx.

 

Let's ask AudioAficionado for his definition of "portable" here :P

At least I don't want to carry the COP outside with me.

post #273 of 960

Fine hmph. Go ask him all you want triportsad.gif

post #274 of 960

COP has so cool appearance and I wanted to carry it outside too.

Simply it didn't fit my small carrying bag for daily work :(

post #275 of 960
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Originally Posted by AudioAficionado View Post

Hello all,
I've been looking at the C.O.P., but from the pictures, am I right to say that these are not that portable? I'm looking for a portable headphone (anything from something as small as the Klipsch Image One to the Audio-Technica M50) that does well in all types of music including hip-hop and classical, and has swivel and reversible earcups. So basically a portable "DJ-syle" headphone that's rugged and has balanced sound. From my above description, the C.O.P. is probably is not for me, right?

Thanks!

My Image One II came in today. I'll let you know how it compares.
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post #276 of 960
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Originally Posted by HiFiGuy528 View Post

I've been listening to it on the Forte.  I tell you, the COP is very good.  It's amazing with Rock music.  Try some Aerosmith on it.  You'll be happy.

 

Aerosmith, that's more like POP music ;)

post #277 of 960

Guys,

 

I DIYed carbon-patterned covers for my Custom One Pro.

The result is looking very good.

 

http://imgur.com/a/cY6v3#0

post #278 of 960
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Originally Posted by beyerlove View Post

Guys,

 

I DIYed carbon-patterned covers for my Custom One Pro.

The result is looking very good.

 

http://imgur.com/a/cY6v3#0

 

Niiice

post #279 of 960

I travel a lot...like 18 hours every week. California to Georgia and back..every week! frown.gif 

The COP is very comfortable and I have it on for 7-8 hours continuously. I just wish the mids were more prominent.

post #280 of 960

ObeyurMaster,

Welcome back. 

Your experience is the proof of COP's hard-to-beat comfortness.

post #281 of 960
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Originally Posted by ObeyurMaster View Post

I travel a lot...like 18 hours every week. California to Georgia and back..every week! frown.gif

The COP is very comfortable and I have it on for 7-8 hours continuously. I just wish the mids were more prominent.


That was primarily why I sent them back, the recessed mids.  I need a headphone that is more well-rounded.


Plus, the bass was boomy and loose, not tight and quick.
Edited by USAudio - 10/12/12 at 6:58am
post #282 of 960
I'd be interested in these, but would like to know which has more mids, the 770/80s or COP? The 770/80 has a gaping void, and if these have even more recessed mids, well, I'll pass.

Again more impressions with 770 velours would be nice.
post #283 of 960

Hey,

 

I think the COP has a lot more midrange than what the DT770 Pro 80Ohm offered.

 

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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

I'd be interested in these, but would like to know which has more mids, the 770/80s or COP? The 770/80 has a gaping void, and if these have even more recessed mids, well, I'll pass.
Again more impressions with 770 velours would be nice.
post #284 of 960
Hmm, ok. That sounds good. I'm just confused. The DT770/80 is still better? I wasn't a huge fan of them, mids aside. They weren't too clear in basically anything. If the COP is even less detailed, I dunno. Not worth it.
post #285 of 960
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Originally Posted by jgray91 View Post

@middlesky, more laid back mids on the DT880 than the COP? So then the COP is mainly bass+mids compared to the DT880?

Yes, you're right sir

 

 

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Originally Posted by Edredon View Post


It would be interesting to compare these two closed headphones from Beyerdynamic : the COP (16 ohms) vs the new DT770 Pro Limited Edition (32 ohms).

I would say they're on different level. (And different sound sig too)

 

DT770/32 has character like combination between 770Pro/80 + 770Pro/250, but with improvement in term of black background and detail. I think Beyerdynamic re-design the driver special for 770/32 LE, not only just change the impedance.

 

Compare to COP, 770/32 LE has less bass body, but with much clearer presentation and detail in mid and treble. (not to say that 770/32 lack of bass, because the bass is still bigger then 770Pro/250)

 

 

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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

I'd be interested in these, but would like to know which has more mids, the 770/80s or COP? The 770/80 has a gaping void, and if these have even more recessed mids, well, I'll pass.
Again more impressions with 770 velours would be nice.

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

Hmm, ok. That sounds good. I'm just confused. The DT770/80 is still better? I wasn't a huge fan of them, mids aside. They weren't too clear in basically anything. If the COP is even less detailed, I dunno. Not worth it.

COP has more forward presentation compare to 770Pro/80, but I don't think COP is more detail or clearer though.

 

Perhaps what you will like is 770/32 LE tongue.gif

 

 

Btw, adding a note, COP with DT880's velour pad doesn't sound harsh at all, it's still very smooth sounding with bigger soundstage and less bass body. (Which is I like)

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