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post #76 of 123
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Originally Posted by ilikedonkeys39 View Post

interesting....Ill do some research on the hf5 and is IEM a brand?

 

 

IEM is short for in-ear monitor, or earphones, if you want a less scientific term.
post #77 of 123

OP, I'm really going to have to recommend the V-MODA M80's.  It's such a shame too since you just missed a great deal they had on Amazon where they went as low as $166 bucks.  However, they're definitely worth the $200 bucks if you want a new pair.

 

As for the sound, it has everything you're looking for in a headphone with clear highs/mids and a kickin' bass.  Very punchy with good extension.  Isolation is so-so but looks are second to none.  If you have a chance I would definitely try to audition them.  I know that they are showcased in certain Best Buys so give them a try.

post #78 of 123

ok..i feel confident enough to recommend u the Monster Ncredible on ear headphone...after a week of listening to it.

the bass is big tight without being blotchy..handled the big copland's fanfare for the common man quite well.

Eric clapton's Tears in Heaven....delightful

Fourplay's Eastbound, thumpping and emphatic.

Geri Haliwell's Calling...i can hear her calling my name. :P

this new monster is NO SLOUCH.

 

..............

 

there were some poor remarks made on this can, i think i might know y.

when i position the cup too forward on my ear, the bass is muffied, and the vocals indistinct.

but i moved it back a centimetre or so, this can suddenly becomes very clear very punchy.

 

and of cos the metallic wheel spokes on these just masculine.

beerchug.gif

 

PS: i make these remarks off a macbook==>dacportLX==>Ncredible.


Edited by Lorspeaker - 7/13/12 at 10:15pm
post #79 of 123
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by SashimiWu View Post

OP, I'm really going to have to recommend the V-MODA M80's.  It's such a shame too since you just missed a great deal they had on Amazon where they went as low as $166 bucks.  However, they're definitely worth the $200 bucks if you want a new pair.

 

As for the sound, it has everything you're looking for in a headphone with clear highs/mids and a kickin' bass.  Very punchy with good extension.  Isolation is so-so but looks are second to none.  If you have a chance I would definitely try to audition them.  I know that they are showcased in certain Best Buys so give them a try.

i seriously cannot afford them though :(

post #80 of 123
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Originally Posted by khoi14021993 View Post

 

 

thanks

post #81 of 123
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post

ok..i feel confident enough to recommend u the Monster Ncredible on ear headphone...after a week of listening to it.

the bass is big tight without being blotchy..handled the big copland's fanfare for the common man quite well.

Eric clapton's Tears in Heaven....delightful

Fourplay's Eastbound, thumpping and emphatic.

Geri Haliwell's Calling...i can hear her calling my name. :P

this new monster is NO SLOUCH.

 

..............

 

there were some poor remarks made on this can, i think i might know y.

when i position the cup too forward on my ear, the bass is muffied, and the vocals indistinct.

but i moved it back a centimetre or so, this can suddenly becomes very clear very punchy.

 

and of cos the metallic wheel spokes on these just masculine.

beerchug.gif

 

PS: i make these remarks off a macbook==>dacportLX==>Ncredible.

oh cool dose it have most of the things im looking for? i mean you own them so you probobly know, ill also do some research

post #82 of 123

this is an ON EAR headphone...so the clampforce has to be tighter to give a good seal...n isolation.

i got used to it after a week, should feel like your typical beats on ear cans..

just borrow one from your classmates n try it out.

tongue_smile.gif

post #83 of 123
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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post

ok..i feel confident enough to recommend u the Monster Ncredible on ear headphone...after a week of listening to it.

the bass is big tight without being blotchy..handled the big copland's fanfare for the common man quite well.

Eric clapton's Tears in Heaven....delightful

Fourplay's Eastbound, thumpping and emphatic.

Geri Haliwell's Calling...i can hear her calling my name. :P

this new monster is NO SLOUCH.

 

..............

 

there were some poor remarks made on this can, i think i might know y.

when i position the cup too forward on my ear, the bass is muffied, and the vocals indistinct.

but i moved it back a centimetre or so, this can suddenly becomes very clear very punchy.

 

and of cos the metallic wheel spokes on these just masculine.

beerchug.gif

 

PS: i make these remarks off a macbook==>dacportLX==>Ncredible.

I'm actually interested in this can. Can you describe more about its sound, and how may it fare against the likes of the HD25?

post #84 of 123
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post

this is an ON EAR headphone...so the clampforce has to be tighter to give a good seal...n isolation.

i got used to it after a week, should feel like your typical beats on ear cans..

just borrow one from your classmates n try it out.

tongue_smile.gif

haha......yeah i dont know anyone that has headphones over like $20 and im in summer so no school haha

also i watched a review and he said they were horable....

post #85 of 123
Thread Starter 

hey everyone, dont kill me for saying this but i really like the beats studio.... its on amazon for $139 what do you think?

post #86 of 123

If you like them then get them.  The ultimate goal in this hobby is to actually like what you're listening to.

post #87 of 123
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Originally Posted by ilikedonkeys39 View Post

hey everyone, dont kill me for saying this but i really like the beats studio.... its on amazon for $139 what do you think?

 Have you actually heard them?

post #88 of 123
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Hifianddrumming View Post

 Have you actually heard them?

me? yes ive heard the studios and like them especialy the comfort and there is the fact they are brand name and will impress considering im a teenager

 

ps here the are, they are used http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B001DD55OE/ref=sr_1_9_olp?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1342380587&sr=1-9&keywords=beats&condition=used


Edited by ilikedonkeys39 - 7/15/12 at 12:30pm
post #89 of 123
Thread Starter 

what does EVERYONE think of the studios? do they have good highs and mids alwell as bass... for $140

post #90 of 123

Personally i dont really like beats.

 

my suggestions for iem:

1-shure se215, great seal,comfortable, but have long cable that super annoying

2-brainwavz m4, cheap, very nice song but not isolate well

 

for over/on ear headphone:

M50, seal well, very popular for under 150 price

if u have extra bucks, go for sennheiser hd25-ii, super good~

 

p/s, i'm also new in head fi, but did a lot of reading on comparisons and review buy head-fiers~

 

GL on ur purchase, anyway if u buy on amazon u can always return it if u dont like and get full refund~

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