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post #916 of 954
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Originally Posted by Armaegis View Post

Virtually all closed cans will suffer from a treble spike of some sort. Semi-open ones may as well. Practically all the full sized Beyers I've heard suffer from this as well. 

 

why, though?

post #917 of 954

Internal reflections/resonances are the most likely culprit. The Beyers all share the same characteristic (and Ultrasones too) because they all use virtually the same shell between models. 

post #918 of 954

I'm going to list my COPs in the marketplace in a few days, but if anyone wants them for $150 shipped please PM me.

 

Edit: Here's the listing, for anyone interested.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/653831/beyerdynamic-custom-one-pro-like-new-condition


Edited by yokken - 3/3/13 at 4:18pm
post #919 of 954

Good news! Beyer has the headset cable for the COP available for pre-order!

 

Bad news!   It's $83. WTF are you thinking Beyerdynamic?!?!

post #920 of 954

Finally finished reading this thread. I just want to clarify some things:

Back around page 30, it was mentioned that there are two other "Custom" headphones, have they been announced yet?

Also, it seems like there is no problem with COPs clipping, as those were just defective pairs?

post #921 of 954

The 2 remaining models still have to be revealed but I don't think it's a secret anymore which ones it will be.

post #922 of 954

I haven't really been keeping up... what are the most likely candidates for the "other 2"?

post #923 of 954

How are these for trance music?

 

Can anyone compare them against the HFI-580 and/or WS99 and/or V-Moda m100?

post #924 of 954

The COPs aren't the most refined, but the variable vents will allow it to play well with both melodic and the wubwub kind. 

 

I haven't heard the WS99, and it's been ages since I've heard the HFi580 but I would say the COP on maximum setting can give any basshead can a run for its money. The M100 I never particularly cared for and don't think it's worth the price premium over the M80. 

post #925 of 954

is it possible to put the COP headbands and earpads to beyer dt770?

post #926 of 954
Argh these are so expensive here in HK, 2100hkd = $300 us.. frown.gif
They're definitely not worth that much, I may have to wait till I get back to Canada later in the year.
Edited by Viper2005 - 7/29/13 at 6:38am
post #927 of 954
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Originally Posted by Viper2005 View Post

Argh these are so expensive here in HK, 2100hkd = $300 us.. frown.gif
They're definitely not worth that much, I may have to wait till I get back to Canada later in the year.

They're worth maybe half of that or less. Cool looks and options but sound doesn't keep up with everything else. And call me crazy but I think that is the most important part.


Thanks,


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post #928 of 954
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Originally Posted by full dp View Post

is it possible to put the COP headbands and earpads to beyer dt770?

tried the earpads, they are the same size, think the headband too, but they should be the same type

post #929 of 954

How do these compare to the V-Moda LP2 and the Pro700mk2 ?

 

 

 

I want to buy the COP because of the high quality and the its fun sound, but I'm still considering the V-Moda LP2 and the Pro700mk2? any advice 

post #930 of 954
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Originally Posted by jmsilva22 View Post
 


Yeah...it seems that most basshead over ears that can go loud are either to big and bulky, heavy or awkward looking (when talking portable use).

 

Even the COP looks a bit bulky when used outside but at least is really light and comfortable.

 

The most compact basshead over ear that I've seen so far are the VModa's (LP/LP2/M100). The design of the headband is thin and fits close to your head and the cups are really compact for being an over ear design.

 

Is time for more companies to design loud/basshead over ear headphones that don't look like you got a half of a astronaut helmet on your head, regardless if your going to use it for home or portable.

Yeah, I hope it's not the time for any of that. The really compact cups of the M100 positively crushed my ears within an hour. The COP doesn't touch any part of my ears, which is how it should be. Want style over substance? Buy Beats.

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