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post #1171 of 2047
Just reauditioned signature pro and signature dj at fujiya avic, signature DJ bass is very good big but not bloated and textures, the treble also smooth but the mid is too laidback for me, that's the only turn off for me maybe because I prefer the forward mid
Anyway thanks to everyone that reply my question before smily_headphones1.gif
post #1172 of 2047
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Originally Posted by NAYOSO View Post

Just reauditioned signature pro and signature dj at fujiya avic, signature DJ bass is very good big but not bloated and textures, the treble also smooth but the mid is too laidback for me, that's the only turn off for me maybe because I prefer the forward mid
Anyway thanks to everyone that reply my question before smily_headphones1.gif
That's one heck of a DJ headphone regardless of its price.biggrin.gif
post #1173 of 2047
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Originally Posted by SHNNYL View Post

That's one heck of a DJ headphone regardless of its price.biggrin.gif

You can get it about 60.000 yen here in tokyo
I think that's pretty good deal, Sound quality is really worth it, but the characteristic is the one who holding me of buying it biggrin.gif
But I'm a little curious if I'm using desktop setup there'll be a huge difference or not
Because before I'm only using my nexus 7 to drive it.
post #1174 of 2047

I thinking of trying out this can in the near future. Mainly to become part of my portable rig. How does the bass compare to the TH600 or TH900 if anyone knows. I'll be using it for Mainstream pop, Kpop, Jpop and heavy EDM music? Sorry if it has been done to death.


Edited by Saren - 10/19/13 at 6:01am
post #1175 of 2047
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Originally Posted by Saren View Post

I thinking of trying out this can in the near future. Mainly to become part of my portable rig. How does the bass compare to the TH600 or TH900 if anyone knows. I'll be using it for Mainstream pop, Kpop, Jpop and heavy EDM music? Sorry if it has been done to death.

Man if you want to go for mainstream music I suggest you to get signature DJ, I already tried TH600 and TH900 many times at my friends store back in Jakarta, they're good headphones but not so good for mainstream music, for example kpop and jpop music recordig isn't very good and from what I heard before this signature DJ is quite forgiving for an high end headphone, about the sound quality maybe I have to say TH900 is clearly above signature DJ buy you can't use TH900 for portable use.
post #1176 of 2047

Guys, I run the Sig DJ right out of my Sony NWZ-A845 No Clear Bass enabled. Listen to Joe Jackson Night and Day Album. This album is mastered on the bright side. It can give you TINITUS if you use the PRO 900 and alike. On the SIG DJ it is so perfect. Nothing is congested, the highs are simply beautiful. And that bass..... Do yourself a favor and get this can. And as it has a very good version of the S-Logic, the stage is big, the separation is fantastic..... And for me, with my Prince Charles look alike ears, the comfort is also perfect. So what, give yourself and the SIG DJ a chance, you will not regret it. It might take some days, but you will start loving them.


Edited by pietcux - 10/19/13 at 11:48am
post #1177 of 2047
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Originally Posted by pietcux View Post
 

Guys, I run the Sig DJ right out of my Sony NWZ-A845 No Clear Bass enabled. Listen to Joe Jackson Night and Day Album. This album is mastered on the bright side. It can give you TINITUS if you use the PRO 900 and alike. On the SIG DJ it is so perfect. Nothing is congested, the highs are simply beautiful. And that bass..... Do yourself a favor and get this can. And as it has a very good version of the S-Logic, the stage is big, the separation is fantastic..... And for me, with my Prince Charles look alike ears, the comfort is also perfect. So what, give yourself and the SIG DJ a chance, you will not regret it. Ut might take some days, but you will start loving them.


As I just watched the season premier of The Walking Dead, if there was a zombie apocalypse and I happened to be near a retailer that stocked every high-end headphone with only enough time to grab one, it would be the Sig DJ.

post #1178 of 2047

:beerchug:

post #1179 of 2047
I think i would grab an m50 if they had it...

I would use it as a weapon. biggrin.gif
post #1180 of 2047
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Originally Posted by sloomingbla View Post

I think i would grab an m50 if they had it...

I would use it as a weapon. biggrin.gif


If I was to pick one headphone to use as a weapon, no brainer- Velodyne VTrue

 

post #1181 of 2047
Lol. Forged aluminum.

How is the signature dj build quality btw?

Is it as tanky as an m50? :3
post #1182 of 2047

Build like a tank, but you need to wash your hands before you touch them every time.....:atsmile:  I can tell you now that you have them incoming...

 

Just kidding  :ph34r:

post #1183 of 2047
Lol i realistically might do that.

Im gonna be treating these things better than they treat me biggrin.gif
post #1184 of 2047
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Originally Posted by sloomingbla View Post

Lol. Forged aluminum.

How is the signature dj build quality btw?

Is it as tanky as an m50? :3


Considering it is mostly plastic and glass, it seems to be the most durable headphone I have come across.  I don't notice any weak spots.  Mild staining of the white cups is another story :biggrin:

post #1185 of 2047

They should release them in black as well.

 

On October 26th they'll show off the Edition 5. I am wondering how the ED12 hasn't been received yet by more members, guess the Signatures didn't do enough for the name or the ED10 destroyed it already too much.

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