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post #31 of 99
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No I haven't tried the originals. 

What other headphones do you own? Could you do a comparison with any of them?

post #32 of 99
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What other headphones do you own? Could you do a comparison with any of them?


well the tma1 studios will be part of a portable headphone comparison I am going too be doing soon

post #33 of 99
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I just picked up the tma1 studios at best buy about 2 hours ago. They were the only pair on the shelf an there was a beatport version as well, when I get home and can open them up I will give my first impressions on the sound, and after some burn in time in a day to two. And sorry for bad gramer I'm typing on my phone
post #34 of 99
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I just picked up the tma1 studios at best buy about 2 hours ago. They were the only pair on the shelf an there was a beatport version as well, when I get home and can open them up I will give my first impressions on the sound, and after some burn in time in a day to two. And sorry for bad gramer I'm typing on my phone


Since when did Best Buy sell any decent phones?

post #35 of 99

Well here it is for those of you interested, my review is up.


Edited by SchneiderStudios - 6/4/12 at 6:49pm
post #36 of 99
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Has anyone tried them with the leather pads yet?
Edited by SONIC BOOM - 6/4/12 at 2:34pm
post #37 of 99
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The best buy by me has a musical instruments section in the back an they sell some good stuff like the Akg q701 and a lot of koss headphones, they also have the Akg k550
post #38 of 99
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would you guys like me too write a comparison between the m50s and the tma1 studios?

post #39 of 99
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Well here it is for those of you interested, my review is up.

Damn, nice review! How bad is the ear contact when using the foam pads? Is it okay enough to ignore? and which is better for comfort and isolation?

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Originally Posted by SONIC BOOM View Post

would you guys like me too write a comparison between the m50s and the tma1 studios?

That would be amazing! Thanks so much.

 

Could anyone order these from best buy for me to have them shipped to Sumas WA? I'll pay as soon as I get confirmation etc - and I can give you $10 for the trouble!

 

PS: Being in Canada sucks.

post #40 of 99
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Originally Posted by BRSxIgnition View Post

Damn, nice review! How bad is the ear contact when using the foam pads? Is it okay enough to ignore? and which is better for comfort and isolation?

That would be amazing! Thanks so much.

 

Could anyone order these from best buy for me to have them shipped to Sumas WA? I'll pay as soon as I get confirmation etc - and I can give you $10 for the trouble!

 

PS: Being in Canada sucks.


I would but the only best buy that I could find that had them only had one pair and I bought them, but on a side can anyone with the original tma1 take some pictures of them with the ear pads off?, I think that the earpads of the studios might be compatible with the regular and vise versa.

post #41 of 99
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Originally Posted by BRSxIgnition View Post

Damn, nice review! How bad is the ear contact when using the foam pads? Is it okay enough to ignore? and which is better for comfort and isolation?

That would be amazing! Thanks so much.

 

Could anyone order these from best buy for me to have them shipped to Sumas WA? I'll pay as soon as I get confirmation etc - and I can give you $10 for the trouble!

 

PS: Being in Canada sucks.

It'll depend on your ears really. I've got medium sized ears and I can barely feel the plastic, but it isn't to the point where it's uncomfortable  I found out using them for around 5 hours straight. The foam ones are definitely the best for isolation, and again depending on you ears both of the pads are very comfortable.

The good thing is that there's absolutely no pressure being put on your ears even though the pleather pads are basically giant on-ear pads. Hope that helped you.

post #42 of 99
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It'll depend on your ears really. I've got medium sized ears and I can barely feel the plastic, but it isn't to the point where it's uncomfortable  I found out using them for around 5 hours straight. The foam ones are definitely the best for isolation, and again depending on you ears both of the pads are very comfortable.

The good thing is that there's absolutely no pressure being put on your ears even though the pleather pads are basically giant on-ear pads. Hope that helped you.


My ears just touch the back but it touches the ring of foam around the driver, not the plastic. I have not used the pleather pads yet but with the foam pads these are the most comfortable headphones I have next too my hd800s.

post #43 of 99
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My ears just touch the back but it touches the ring of foam around the driver, not the plastic. I have not used the pleather pads yet but with the foam pads these are the most comfortable headphones I have next too my hd800s.

Sounds amazing - I love my M50's right now, so considering this is on that level, should be more than enough for me.

post #44 of 99
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Sounds amazing - I love my M50's right now, so considering this is on that level, should be more than enough for me.


I will be writing a comparison between the tma1 studios and the m50s early tuesday morning or tuesday afternoon.

post #45 of 99

Once again - if anyone is able to, I will pay you $10 to help me get a pair.

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