Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Headphones (full-size) › Beyerdynamic Custom Ones! New Beyer headphones!
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Beyerdynamic Custom Ones! New Beyer headphones! - Page 53

post #781 of 958

My COP's sound phenominal.  They are my first beyerdynamic headphones so I have nothing to compare them to really... but compared to my MDR V6's, SkullCandy MMM's, TMA-1 Studios, and Koss Pro DJ 100's... these are money.

 

I'm now a die hard beyer fan.  They are built like a tank, sound amazing... NO cable microphonics whatsoever so they actually are a good portable (even though they are huge).

 

They are my favorite headphone in my stable now (I suppose I like a bit more bass than most).  They easily outclass everything I listed above, especially when it comes to microphonics.

post #782 of 958
Quote:
Originally Posted by localredhead View Post

My COP's sound phenominal.  They are my first beyerdynamic headphones so I have nothing to compare them to really... but compared to my MDR V6's, SkullCandy MMM's, TMA-1 Studios, and Koss Pro DJ 100's... these are money.

 

I'm now a die hard beyer fan.  They are built like a tank, sound amazing... NO cable microphonics whatsoever so they actually are a good portable (even though they are huge).

 

They are my favorite headphone in my stable now (I suppose I like a bit more bass than most).  They easily outclass everything I listed above, especially when it comes to microphonics.

 

Better than the Mix Master Mike's? Hmmm that's awesome. I'm glad you're having a better experience than mine. The COP is actually a really good headphone for the price, but it seems they shipped some of them with bad drivers and I was one of the lucky ones.


Edited by jmsilva22 - 12/20/12 at 4:07pm
post #783 of 958

Listening to DT-770 Limited right now and I think the COP is a better headphones.  Considering the street price of the COP, it's a steal.

Reply
post #784 of 958

i thought soundstage and detail lacks in the cop, while dt770 is still the king!?

post #785 of 958
Quote:
Originally Posted by HiFiGuy528 View Post

Listening to DT-770 Limited right now and I think the COP is a better headphones.  Considering the street price of the COP, it's a steal.
Do they use the same earpads? I'm not a fan of the COP earpads
post #786 of 958
Quote:
Originally Posted by sofastreamer View Post

i thought soundstage and detail lacks in the cop, while dt770 is still the king!?

 

King of what?

post #787 of 958

soundstage and detail (between the two)

post #788 of 958

I just received my HFI-580's.  I'm already looking at the top of the line Ultrasone's now - that's how RIDICULOUSLY GOOD these sound atsmile.gif

 

Unreal, they also get BEYOND loud for me, I couldn't get them to distort at all - holy mother...

 

eek.gif

post #789 of 958

@GN3RAL KARL

 

Yeah I'm really liking my PRO 750s too. They are better than I thought they would be. As a lot of people have mentioned, the highs are a bit metallic and that throws off the tonality a bit but its pretty minimal. The soundstage isn't as wide as the 770s but is definitely decent for a closed can. The bass is most definitely emphasized and is very strong. These are easily my bassiest headphones. They are V-shaped but they aren't as bright as I was expecting them to be based on what others have said. I would say the highs are sparkly but not sibilant. The mids seem to be slightly less recessed compared to my 770s despite the bass being stronger. The bass has awesome texture and is very powerful but has no noticeable distortion so far despite absolutely rattling my head at high volumes. The bass is tighter and less boomy compared to the 770s even though it is more emphasized. Its also a bit better extended into the very lowest sub-bass which is surprising as the 770s have pretty good sub-bass. Overall the low end isn't quite as tight as the HD600s but pretty tight with great texture.

 

They're more sensitive than I thought they would be. They get surprisingly loud straight out of my Galaxy S2. I wouldn't say they require an amp as others have said.

 

Overall, I love these. I really like that they include a hard case, two different cables (a long coiled one w/ 6.3mm jack for desktop use and a pretty short one w/ 3.5mm jack for portable devices) as well as a spare set of ear pads. I wish every company included all of that. They are very sturdy and well built. The clamping force is fairly tight and they are heavier than my HD600s and DT770s but they are still quite comfortable. The velour pads are great.

 

Even for the current going price of $225 (Amazon/B&H) I would say they are definitely worth it and for what I paid ($161) they are an absolute steal. I'm very happy. They compliment my other cans quite well.


Edited by devhen - 12/21/12 at 6:27pm
post #790 of 958

It seems my COP's arrived today. I'm still at work, but as soon as I get home I will post the ad in the classifieds. 

 

Anybody interested let me know asap. I want this to go fast so I'm thinking of maybe letting them go for $125.00, shipping method up to the buyer. 

post #791 of 958
Quote:
Originally Posted by GN3RAL KARL View Post

I just received my HFI-580's.  I'm already looking at the top of the line Ultrasone's now - that's how RIDICULOUSLY GOOD these sound atsmile.gif

Unreal, they also get BEYOND loud for me, I couldn't get them to distort at all - holy mother...

eek.gif

LOL!! Welcome to the insane world of Ultrasone. Sir you will not makes those speakers distort. Your ear drums will pop before they do. Funny thing is you still haven't actually heard them yet. There is zero question of burn in with Ultrasone. You'll notice a serious change in the sound once they've burnt in. Highs are still stupid crisp but aren't as bitey as they are out of the box and the bass cleans up a little bit. So if you like them now you'll love em even more!! Best Bang for your buck IMO. I still love my Beyers but when I need a kick in the nuts I go for the Ultras
Edited by DemonFox - 12/21/12 at 7:58pm
post #792 of 958
Quote:
Originally Posted by DemonFox View Post

LOL!! Welcome to the insane world of Ultrasone. Sir you will not makes those speakers distort. Your ear drums will pop before they do. Funny thing is you still haven't actually heard them yet. There is zero question of burn in with Ultrasone. You'll notice a serious change in the sound once they've burnt in. Highs are still stupid crisp but aren't as bitey as they are out of the box and the bass cleans up a little bit. So if you like them now you'll love em even more!! Best Bang for your buck IMO. I still love my Beyers but when I need a kick in the nuts I go for the Ultras

 

This is great to hear. I already really like these PRO 750s but if after more hours on them the bass cleans up a bit and the highs calm down a touch then I might end up really loving them.

post #793 of 958
Quote:
Originally Posted by jmsilva22 View Post

It seems my COP's arrived today. I'm still at work, but as soon as I get home I will post the ad in the classifieds. 

 

Anybody interested let me know asap. I want this to go fast so I'm thinking of maybe letting them go for $125.00, shipping method up to the buyer. 

 

Argh, I really want to try transplanting T50rp drivers into one, but money's so tight at the holidays... confused_face.gif

 

What's the cup size on these things? Need to make sure the ortho driver would even fit in there... 

post #794 of 958
Quote:
Originally Posted by Armaegis View Post

 

Argh, I really want to try transplanting T50rp drivers into one, but money's so tight at the holidays... confused_face.gif

 

What's the cup size on these things? Need to make sure the ortho driver would even fit in there... 


Already in the classifieds for $120

post #795 of 958

I know... maybe we can figure something out... 


Edited by Armaegis - 12/21/12 at 11:13pm
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Headphones (full-size)
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Headphones (full-size) › Beyerdynamic Custom Ones! New Beyer headphones!