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post #16 of 56

I'm not sure refitting will help, as they don't seem to fit improperly.

 

Noise cancelling phones might be better for this situation because they're good at cancelling out constant repetitive noise. 

post #17 of 56
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any good noise cancelling headphones.? instead

Bose QuietComfort 15

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Bose QuietComfort 15

 

+1. They're expensive, and are about on par with a normal headphone of about 200, but they probably have some of the best sound for a sound-cancelling headphone. Also super comfy smily_headphones1.gif. You should try them out at a Bose store before buying.

post #19 of 56
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Bose QuietComfort 15

any other brand.?
i believe i tried those out before but I'll recheck that headphone
post #20 of 56
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any good noise cancelling headphones.? instead
 

 

do you enjoy the sound of your 1964T?  Try the bose see how you like the sound.  Being a bose and noise cancelling, it might not be up to par compared to the 1964T.  My reshell was done at fisher and they fit really nicely, maybe your mold wasn't that good.  btw I have sat on the window sit really close to the engine on an airplane and once the music is playing. I usually have it a little under 50% on my sansa clip+, I don't hear the engine, unless there is no music playing. even then it is very faint.

post #21 of 56
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do you enjoy the sound of your 1964T?  Try the bose see how you like the sound.  Being a bose and noise cancelling, it might not be up to par compared to the 1964T.  My reshell was done at fisher and they fit really nicely, maybe your mold wasn't that good.  btw I have sat on the window sit really close to the engine on an airplane and once the music is playing. I usually have it a little under 50% on my sansa clip+, I don't hear the engine, unless there is no music playing. even then it is very faint.

i had mine refitted twice, i dont know maybe I should try re-shelling from UM or 1964 originally
I love the sound and i cant imagine what it would sound like with it real fitting/seal...
I mean when I'm commuting to work I have my ipod touch all the way and my iBasso D-zero mid level to accommodate the sound to be not to loud not to low. and I can still hear some rumbling in the background.
post #22 of 56
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i had mine refitted twice, i dont know maybe I should try re-shelling from UM or 1964 originally
I love the sound and i cant imagine what it would sound like with it real fitting/seal...
I mean when I'm commuting to work I have my ipod touch all the way and my iBasso D-zero mid level to accommodate the sound to be not to loud not to low. and I can still hear some rumbling in the background.

 

when you reshell just make sure you get new molds maybe from a different audiologist.  

post #23 of 56
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AH-NC800 denon ideal.?? or try stick with my Pro 900 and 1964Triple next couple weeks?
post #24 of 56
PSB M4U 2's are getting alot of good reviews. I own a pair and really like the sound. I don't have alot of experience with headphones though. I thought they were better than the Bose though.
post #25 of 56
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PSB M4U 2's are getting alot of good reviews. I own a pair and really like the sound. I don't have alot of experience with headphones though. I thought they were better than the Bose though.

400$ is a little out of price range, if I dont reshell my custom ill go ahead and get these
post #26 of 56
I forgot they were that price sorry. I got a pretty good deal and only paid $300.
post #27 of 56
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I forgot they were that price sorry. I got a pretty good deal and only paid $300.

hmm may I know where ?
post #28 of 56
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Bump.
Might be looking into some noise cancelling headphones.
such as Phiaton PS 300 NC
Denon AH-NC800
new Parrot Zik
new PSB M4U 2
any other good Noise Cancelling headphones.?
price range of 100-250$ if i have to spend over, so be it
post #29 of 56
Bose QC15 will have the best ANC performance, and they don't sound half bad either.
post #30 of 56
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Bose QC15 will have the best ANC performance, and they don't sound half bad either.

+1 while the sound is by no means audiophile quality, the ANC is basically unparalleled.
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