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post #76 of 960

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Originally Posted by Bloodflowerz View Post

Why do people consider Beyer's as mid-less? Going by the T1, T70 and DT1350, they have some of the best forward, engaging mids I have heard.

 

Probably more because of the 770 & 990 in particular. I think a lot of people (including myself) like the powerful and well extended bass and sparkly highs of these headphones but the obvious trade-off is the recessed mids. I'm definitely interested in getting a closed Beyer that is a bit less recessed in the mids compared to my 770s. I've been looking into the 660 and it does look promising. Hopefully this Custom One Pro is a bit of an improvement in that regard but from that initial review its questionable. I'm looking forward to hearing more as more people get their hands on these.

post #77 of 960

I don't think anything can be as recessed as the Pro900's. I'm kind of spoiled with my DT1350 and the tesla drivers it contains. I just love the clear, engaging sound with in your face mids. The only headphone that can compare are the Ultrasone H-FI 780, which also has great bass, forward mids, and sparkly treble. Unfortunately, I had to RMA mine as it broke.

post #78 of 960

To me even DT1350 has thin mids :)
 

post #79 of 960
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Originally Posted by Ultrainferno View Post

To me even DT1350 has thin mids :)
 

 

That's absurd! We certainly hear things differently, don't we. smily_headphones1.gif

post #80 of 960
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Originally Posted by Bloodflowerz View Post

 

That's absurd! We certainly hear things differently, don't we. smily_headphones1.gif

 

And a good thing we do or we would only need one headphone for everyone :)

post #81 of 960
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Sorry for not really updating the OP...
Added the picture Ultrainferno took and the link to the review.
post #82 of 960

Let me know if you need more pics people ;)
 

post #83 of 960

The Custom One Pro is quite a nice phone form Beyer...

 

It was quite late last night so couldn't write much after finished arranging the pic above. Played with the Custom One alongside with some Beyer new toys (DT770 Pro 32, DTX501p) back in the HK HiFi show and after.

 

Everybody is curious about the Bass switch, you have 4 stops to choose, and for maximum bass pleasure, turn to the max. You can gradually reduce the bass until the fourth stop which make the cans turn into a rule response phone for pro monitoring. The cans do not require an amp to sound great but it is anticipated to perform even greater with one.

 

It sounds nice, but in comparison with the DT770 Pro 32, it has a thicker sound and tighter sound stage. However some may consider this to come well with hip hop music; still, by saying thicker the sound is still notably elegant and clean, just like the house Beyer sound. I will do a more in depth review when the demo arrives.

 

Being able to switch to difference bass responses does have some edge with it, you can skip changing headphones when needed. Of course you still need to and check with speakers when necessary, but for casual work or at difficult on site situation; this is a big plus. Yep noise isolation is great.

 

Being able to change look is an innovative idea, but not much for my concern. However being able to easily replace damaged parts is a big plus - tho it is built like a panzer and I doubt that would ever happen.


Edited by AlfredWong - 9/5/12 at 7:01am
post #84 of 960

I just ordered a pair. It should be here Friday.

 

I'll be comparing it to the Ultrasone Pro900.

post #85 of 960
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Originally Posted by Bloodflowerz View Post

I just ordered a pair. It should be here Friday.

 

I'll be comparing it to the Ultrasone Pro900.

 

Awesome. Looking forward to it. If you add your comparison as a new thread can you let us know in this thread?

post #86 of 960
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Awesome. Looking forward to it. If you add your comparison as a new thread can you let us know in this thread?

 

I'll add my feedback to this thread. It's best to keep everything in one place; nicely consolidated. :)

post #87 of 960
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post #88 of 960

Yo,

 

Ridiculous! They have very forward mids, maybe as forward as the HD600.

 

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Originally Posted by Ultrainferno View Post

To me even DT1350 has thin mids :)
 

post #89 of 960
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Originally Posted by Zombie_X View Post

Yo,

 

Ridiculous! They have very forward mids, maybe as forward as the HD600.

 

 

Well it's not the first time we disagree. We just have different tastes. I know a lot of people who feel the same way.

Earlier another guy said the E10 is bright, so there's a whole lot of different opinions and tastes out there. And that's a good thing too.

 

But "Yo. Ridiculous", Really? Have you been listening to rap music? wink.gif

post #90 of 960

Yo,

 

Naw man ;)

 

I know everyone hears differently so it's no biggie. Also the E10 is bright? I always heard it was smooth and warm..

 

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Originally Posted by Ultrainferno View Post

 

Well it's not the first time we disagree. We just have different tastes. I know a lot of people who feel the same way.

Earlier another guy said the E10 is bright, so there's a whole lot of different opinions and tastes out there. And that's a good thing too.

 

But "Yo. Ridiculous", Really? Have you been listening to rap music? wink.gif

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