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post #14626 of 20176
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Originally Posted by ferday View Post
 

 

never underestimate the power of rainbow unicorns

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post #14627 of 20176

HE-400 up at 299 @ hifiman store :smile:

post #14628 of 20176
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Originally Posted by pr1me View Post
 

HE-400 up at 299 @ hifiman store :smile:

Also at Amazon and soon to be at Razordog Audio. 

post #14629 of 20176

Oh my. That is tempting.

post #14630 of 20176

It certainly is, that's probably the best price for the HE-400 since it was first released. 

post #14631 of 20176
Also for sale at headamp. Ordered mine there
post #14632 of 20176
Well, I just bought a pair of these used and didn't get a very good deal as they're only 300 shipped right now...but the advantage I do have? I'm listening to them right now!

I haven't been blown away by headphone equipment since my upgrade from senn hd280s to beyer dt770's. These are monster cans. I've had 650s for almost a year now and I have no desire to keep them around anymore. If you're torn between these and 650's you're getting a great set of cans either way but the 400's are on another level IMO. If 650s run about $450-500 then these should be $600-750.

Your opinion may vary so definitely try if you can. Anyway, happy thanksgiving from a VERY happy new HE-400 owner. I can finally just enjoy music instead of wondering how I could improve the experience.
post #14633 of 20176
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Originally Posted by worldtipper View Post

Well, I just bought a pair of these used and didn't get a very good deal as they're only 300 shipped right now...but the advantage I do have? I'm listening to them right now!

I haven't been blown away by headphone equipment since my upgrade from senn hd280s to beyer dt770's. These are monster cans. I've had 650s for almost a year now and I have no desire to keep them around anymore. If you're torn between these and 650's you're getting a great set of cans either way but the 400's are on another level IMO. If 650s run about $450-500 then these should be $600-750.

Your opinion may vary so definitely try if you can. Anyway, happy thanksgiving from a VERY happy new HE-400 owner. I can finally just enjoy music instead of wondering how I could improve the experience.

 

But there are still ways you can improve the HE-400 experience... maybe Nicholars might have something to say about that ;)

post #14634 of 20176

Just bought the HE-400 for $299. Glad the sale started today instead of tomorrow. Very excited to hear these cans.

post #14635 of 20176
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Originally Posted by worldtipper View Post

Well, I just bought a pair of these used and didn't get a very good deal as they're only 300 shipped right now...but the advantage I do have? I'm listening to them right now!

The day after I received your payment, I saw everyone talking about the black Friday deal... redface.gif At least you got a pair of jergs! I'm glad you're enjoying them smily_headphones1.gif
post #14636 of 20176
Off topic, anyone have experience with the he300s? They're on sale for $169!?!?
post #14637 of 20176

The HE-300 is on sale for $149. I just read a review on them from Innerfidelity or KenRockwell and they loved them.

post #14638 of 20176

The HE-300 are wonderful. Great bass, more rumble than the HE-400. I bought them for my fiancee and painted them pink. :P

post #14639 of 20176
*sigh...my wallet
post #14640 of 20176

Just bought the HE 400 from HeadAmp, which includes free shipping and velour pads.  Can't wait for them to arrive!

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