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post #331 of 958
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Hehe.....I was not offended at all. Just thought I would air my opinion. redface.gif Sorry if I came across in a negative manner; was not my intention.

 

And I agree, the headband on the Hfi-780 starts hurting after an hour.

 

Honestly I'm really conflicted now :/

Not sure if my Guitar Center has the COP and HFI-780 up on display.

post #332 of 958
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Honestly I'm really conflicted now :/

 

Let's get back to the basics. as Bloodflowerz mentioned above;

HFI-780 has:

--sparkle treble

--more forward mids than that of COP

--super high-speed, impactful bass

--overall cool, speedy, tight sound (IMO)

 

COP has:

--great amount of mid-bass, which is customizable to music or mood

--recessed mids

--moderate treble

--overall, energetic, thick sound (IMO)

 

And reckon that COP is newcomer while HFI-780 is established set of headphones with lot of good reputations. I believe you will make a right choice.

 

Cheers,

post #333 of 958
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Originally Posted by LolCakeLazors View Post

 

Honestly I'm really conflicted now :/

Not sure if my Guitar Center has the COP and HFI-780 up on display.

Keep in mind, Beyerdynamic will be releasing headset attachments for the COP.

When?

Not sure.

 

Right now, I can't get enough of the COPs.

After burning them in, I prefer them to my HD-25 1 ii's.

Fun set of cans.

 

BTW - if anyone wants to buy my pair of HD25's, let me know.

They've never been out of the house, and they come in their original box, with accessories.


Edited by djkgb - 10/18/12 at 7:18pm
post #334 of 958

djkgb,

Yeah, I totally agree with you. COP is indeed a fun set of phones.

 

BTW, beyer official told me they will add more custom parts (covers, rings or something) to COP "option" category of their website in the next four weeks. I'm planning to buy some if that fits my liking.


Edited by beyerlove - 10/18/12 at 10:46pm
post #335 of 958

Thanks for all of your help. I'm leaning to the COP at the moment as I do love calm, subtle electronica music and comfortable headphones (the M50 gets really REALLY uncomfortable).

post #336 of 958

I feel for the C.O.P too, but the accesories are only available in Beyer site? they charge postage of EU 40 using DHL, which is a lot, if i were only to buy some plates, headbands etc that doesnt even reach EU 20


Edited by noobandroid - 10/18/12 at 8:37pm
post #337 of 958
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Originally Posted by beyerlove View Post

 

Let's get back to the basics. as Bloodflowerz mentioned above;

HFI-780 has:

--sparkle treble

--more forward mids than that of COP

--super high-speed, impactful bass

--overall cool, speedy, tight sound (IMO)

 

COP has:

--great amount of mid-bass, which is customizable to music or mood

--recessed mids

--moderate treble

--overall, energetic, thick sound (IMO)

 

And reckon that COP is newcomer while HFI-780 is established set of headphones with lot of good reputations. I believe you will make a right choice.

 

Cheers,

 

+1    I agree with this summarisation. Nicely put. bigsmile_face.gif

post #338 of 958
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Originally Posted by Bloodflowerz View Post

 

+1    I agree with this summarisation. Nicely put. bigsmile_face.gif

 

Thanks dude. wink.gif

post #339 of 958
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Originally Posted by noobandroid View Post

I feel for the C.O.P too, but the accesories are only available in Beyer site? they charge postage of EU 40 using DHL, which is a lot, if i were only to buy some plates, headbands etc that doesnt even reach EU 20

noobandroid,

Seem to be available only in beyer official website.

And the pricey shipping cost is problem.

I hope COP become good seller and every local/web audio shop wants to carry those custom parts.

 

Regarding custom covers, You can easily do it yourself.

See my custom cover pictures if you're interested in.

http://www.head-fi.org/g/a/699340/diy-covers-for-custom-one-pro/null

 

Cheers,

post #340 of 958

Has anyone noticed Beyerdynamic is using Headfonia's quote on all the worldwide homepages. Cool for those guys!
 

post #341 of 958

Yep. They(headfonia guys) proudly reported beyer's quotation on facebook. and that was a nice review.

post #342 of 958
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Originally Posted by beyerlove View Post

noobandroid,

Seem to be available only in beyer official website.

And the pricey shipping cost is problem.

I hope COP become good seller and every local/web audio shop wants to carry those custom parts.

 

Regarding custom covers, You can easily do it yourself.

See my custom cover pictures if you're interested in.

http://www.head-fi.org/g/a/699340/diy-covers-for-custom-one-pro/null

 

Cheers,

does the material matters? are the hex of standard sizes which we see normally?

post #343 of 958
Noobandroid, I don't think the material of the cover matters as they're just cosmetic accessories, and provide no functional purpose.
post #344 of 958
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Originally Posted by noobandroid View Post

does the material matters? are the hex of standard sizes which we see normally?

The package of COP includes one small hexagon wrench, so you don't have to prepare separately.

 

Custom cover requires water-proof, paper-thin material.

I used hobby decoration sticker, but you can print your own image, design or pictures by PC printers, 

and put the print underside of thin transparent plastic sheet.

post #345 of 958

i see i see, that clears up my questions a little more

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