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The COP is actually very light weight.  

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Don't mind me fellas.  I just happened to have come across this image earlier.  Wanted to post it here in case anyone wanted to know more about the dual driver system in the future.

 

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Just got mine delivered (the non Steez branded version from Japan). My first impression is that they are more comfy, but not as good-sounding as the Beats Mixr's (the 751's cost less than half the Mixr's mind you). The variable bass feature is effective, but the treble seems a bit too tame out of the box. I will burn them in overnight and see if there's any difference tomorrow. I can confirm that there seems to be very little (if any)  leakage from them (a high amount of leakage was a criticism of one reviewer on Youtube). Build quality is plastiky, but of an acceptable standard for the price. 

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I can confirm that there seems to be very little (if any)  leakage from them (a high amount of leakage was a criticism of one reviewer on Youtube).

 

LOL!  Told ya!  That guy is smokin' some I-dunno-what.  biggrin.gif

 

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My first impression is that they are more comfy, but not as good-sounding as the Beats Mixr's (the 751's cost less than half the Mixr's mind you). The variable bass feature is effective, but the treble seems a bit too tame out of the box. I will burn them in overnight and see if there's any difference tomorrow.

 

Yeah, definitely let me know what you think of them after burn-in.  Whenever I want more mids~highs, I just turn down the bass and turn up the volume.  In many cases, that does the trick.  smile.gif

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Anyone knows where I might find these in Singapore? I'm searching online stores in Singapore but they only seem to have the se-MJ721 instead.. :(

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I'm searching online stores in Singapore but they only seem to have the se-MJ721 instead.. :(

 

Almost sounds like a Twilight Zone episode for Head-Fiers.  Sorry, haven't a clue.  But FWIW, it seems like a quite a few people got theirs straight from Japan (mainly because they did not want the Steez logo).  Maybe that might be a good solution for you as well?

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Almost sounds like a Twilight Zone episode for Head-Fiers.  Sorry, haven't a clue.  But FWIW, it seems like a quite a few people got theirs straight from Japan (mainly because they did not want the Steez logo).  Maybe that might be a good solution for you as well?

I don't really mind the steez logo.Albeit being odd sounding,I'm cool with having an urban looking logo on my headphones(maybe because I'm still a teenager).

I'm just asking cuz I know someone at pioneer Singapore who can get me a discount off stuff,but I'm not sure if Singapore has this model.

I'm already planning on getting the steez type T speaker.

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What is the soundstage like in terms of width and depth on these cans? They look snazzy and I am craving some nice bass that is also portable >:]
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These are on Amazon.com for $50 delivered!

 

Or import to UK cost £46.71 inc postage and import fee's!

These are ~£60-65 in UK and you dont get the Mic cable or pouch ;)

 

http://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a257/royandkelly/steez_zps52b2041a.png


Edited by roy8846 - 1/28/13 at 11:55am
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What is the soundstage like in terms of width and depth on these cans? They look snazzy and I am craving some nice bass that is also portable >:]

I'm comparing this headphone with the BRAINWAVZ HM3 of one of my coworkers (same price range), and I can say the soundstage is extremely small.

 

Overall, I'd recommend this headphone over a pair of beats solo (or even a pair of old studios) if you are looking for a "boom box". To me, lows weren't very muddy, but still were way to overpowered (even at minimum bass level), and were just eating up the mids. The sound wasn't clear at all, and most importantly for a boom box headphone, bass lacked punch.

 

But yeah, if you have to choose between some beats and this, go pioneer.

 

EDIT : Source was some hip hop (Session by Tyler the creator), some synthwave (Hydrogen by moon and Rightfull Hate by Reznyck), and some lame music (Animals by Martin Garrix), lossless or 320kbps


Edited by fightwithdogma - 1/13/14 at 4:20am
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i want a new pair of cans aroud this price .Are they worth the price?

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