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Oh so finally you chose HD600 because you liked the bass of HD600 more than the bass of Shure 1440. Well, not a bad choice at all but for me, I am not a fan of bass so maybe my next target would be Shure 1440 or 1840. Thanks very much for your experience and opinion. Farewell.

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Oh so finally you chose HD600 because you liked the bass of HD600 more than the bass of Shure 1440. Well, not a bad choice at all but for me, I am not a fan of bass so maybe my next target would be Shure 1440 or 1840. Thanks very much for your experience and opinion. Farewell.

You're welcomed.

As you could read, bass has been not only issue. HD600's mids and highs are not bad at all, just a bit behind SRH1440. HD600 didn't won only because of bass, but because I liked it most as overall headphones.

For me, this experience showed me, that borrowing headphones, and sparing with them some time, is very important, one will learn a lot from it, even about himself.

post #48 of 48

I had a chance to hear HD600, HD650, Denon D7000 and many other high-end headphones but still have not had a chance to hear Sennheiser HD800 flagship, T1. One of the reason why I never like HD600 and HD650 because the veil especially HD650, the veil is so thick in my opinion but at some genres and songs they are really good to hear.

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