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post #91 of 101
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oh uah a little I guess, I was just trying to drive a point home.

Up until last week South Africans literally could not access TTVJ, soooo I know next to nothing. just saw the prices on esoteric and assumed.

post #92 of 101
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Originally Posted by WiR3D View Post

Up until last week South Africans literally could not access TTVJ, soooo I know next to nothing. just saw the prices on esoteric and assumed.

TTVJ isn't a scammer, just wanted to clear that up. I just think a few things he sells are silly.


Edited by WhiteCrow - 8/31/12 at 3:44am
post #93 of 101

Any news on when the in-ear version of the Diamond Tears will release?  The on-ears are said to be releasing on Sept. 30th on Amazon, but I don't think they look good at all. Cannot find any info on these..

 

 

post #94 of 101
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TTVJ isn't a scammer, just wanted to clear that up. I just think a few things he sells are silly.

 

Okay, so who's the scammer again?  confused.gif

post #95 of 101


I like the looks of the Diesel Vektr but look aside I guess they won't give you arun for any moneydeadhorse.gif

 

post #96 of 101
I have been trying to figure out the best alternatives to Bose QC15 and came across the Monster Inspiration ANC model. I have been using In-ears but they cause me tinnitus so I figured out that the best thing I could do is to buy proper ANC headphones. I listen to music mainly on the bus so noice cancelling should work well and the leakage should be minimal. The problem with the Bose QC15 is that it doesn't work without the batteries and that's a huge drawback for me. Are the Monster Inspirations any good or is there any other good alternative to Bose QC15?
post #97 of 101
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Originally Posted by Qwasd View Post

I have been trying to figure out the best alternatives to Bose QC15 and came across the Monster Inspiration ANC model. I have been using In-ears but they cause me tinnitus so I figured out that the best thing I could do is to buy proper ANC headphones. I listen to music mainly on the bus so noice cancelling should work well and the leakage should be minimal. The problem with the Bose QC15 is that it doesn't work without the batteries and that's a huge drawback for me. Are the Monster Inspirations any good or is there any other good alternative to Bose QC15?

how about anything without ANC, its all a gimmick and all ****.

 

Bose has the best ANC. but the sound and build is meh, Get comfortable and isolating headphones. Or just inner ears, they tend to have double the noise attenuation over the QC15. 

 

in general Bose, Skullcandy (except aviators and MMM), monster, Beats, souls, street, and any other brand sporting ANC or rapper endorsing is all ****. 

 

Welcome to head-fi, sorry for your wallet, time to enjoy an education.

post #98 of 101
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Originally Posted by Qwasd View Post

I have been trying to figure out the best alternatives to Bose QC15 and came across the Monster Inspiration ANC model. I have been using In-ears but they cause me tinnitus so I figured out that the best thing I could do is to buy proper ANC headphones. I listen to music mainly on the bus so noice cancelling should work well and the leakage should be minimal. The problem with the Bose QC15 is that it doesn't work without the batteries and that's a huge drawback for me. Are the Monster Inspirations any good or is there any other good alternative to Bose QC15?

 

since you cant wear in ears the bose qc15 have the best anc however theyre fairly expensive, another alternative would be to look at audio technicas noise cancelling line. the ath-anc7b are much cheaper, have better sound quality, but the noise cancellation is not as good as the bose. no idea of the monster inspirations with anc as it seems not a lot of people have been putting reviews up yet

 

 

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Originally Posted by WiR3D View Post

how about anything without ANC, its all a gimmick and all ****.

 

Bose has the best ANC. but the sound and build is meh, Get comfortable and isolating headphones. Or just inner ears, they tend to have double the noise attenuation over the QC15. 

 

in general Bose, Skullcandy (except aviators and MMM), monster, Beats, souls, street, and any other brand sporting ANC or rapper endorsing is all ****. 

 

Welcome to head-fi, sorry for your wallet, time to enjoy an education.


monster has a couple of good headphones like the turbines. even though the turbines are mostly directed to a more bass heavy audience.

post #99 of 101
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Originally Posted by andtobis View Post

monster has a couple of good headphones like the turbines. even though the turbines are mostly directed to a more bass heavy audience.

Yeah except those don't have ANC now do they? But still your point is fair. The MTP is good.

post #100 of 101
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Originally Posted by WiR3D View Post

Yeah except those don't have ANC now do they? But still your point is fair. The MTP is good.

ah didnt see the end of your sentence. however i feel like the mtp gold block out noise better than most anc headphones

post #101 of 101

Still thinking about selling my DT1350's and getting a pair of aviators just for on the go. the DT1350 are my second favorite headphone...but at what cost?

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