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Try this with your new headphones, this is REAL music. L3000.gif

 


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Fixed!

post #243 of 896
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I'm having the same problem. And what's really cool with the UE6000 is that you can crank them up and you don't experience in-your-face distortion and soundstage collapse. All that happens is that everything gets better! It makes you focus on the performances, not the recordings of the performances


Agreed, I find myself lost in the music as opposed to evaluating the technical shortcomings of the recording or the headphone.

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Try this with your new headphones, this is REAL music. L3000.gif

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIgBzX5bD3s
YES! Keyboard synth! basshead.gif
That's a great-sounding song. I'm always on the lookout for new music, so thanks for the suggestion. biggrin.gif
Now...where to buy it. > : D

Edited by miceblue - 10/10/12 at 7:11pm
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Can you please compare them in terms of SQ with Vmoda LP2...smile.gif


I have not heard the LP2, but if you favor that signature, these might not be for you based on reviews I have read mentioning that the LP2 overpowers with bass and is somewhat dark, whereas the UE6000 has more precise bass that works well with mids and highs which are properly extended.

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Fixed!


reminds me of old school Emerson, Lake and Palmer, nice.

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reminds me of old school Emerson, Lake and Palmer, nice.
Which somehow reminds me of LITE



OK we're getting kind of off topic. XD
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Which somehow reminds me of LITEOK we're getting kind of off topic. XD

Well, not totally off topic.  After investing so much time on Head-fi over the past few months searching for the "perfect" headphone, I am eager to spend some time expanding my musical taste and enjoying my new headphones.

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Well, not totally off topic.  After investing so much time on Head-fi over the past few months searching for the "perfect" headphone, I am eager to spend some time expanding my musical taste and enjoying my new headphones.

True true. You have been searching for a good headphone for quite some time.
I am indeed quite impressed with the UE6000; definitely way more impressed than I was with the Amperior after hearing all of the hype for it.



Now this is off topic, but why does my post always get re-formatted whenever someone quotes me and I have a video in the post? ?_?
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I have the LP, not sure how much different it is to the LP2. IMHO the UE6000 is in a totally different league than the LP. The LP sounds congested and narrow in sound stage, and the amount of mid bass seems very bloated that it covers up some of the midrange. The treble on the LPs roll off much sooner than the UE6000 as well and doesn't have the slight shimmer the UE6000s have. The midrange on the LP sounds veiled compared to the UE6000 and doesn't have the timbre and body. The 2 headphones are so far apart in sound quality they can't really be compare at all to me.
 

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I wonder more how these compare with the M-80.
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Originally Posted by lovebeats View Post

Can you please compare them in terms of SQ with Vmoda LP2...smile.gif

As much as I love LP2, I like the UE6000 more in passive mode. I have no issues recommending it.
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I have not heard the LP2, but if you favor that signature, these might not be for you based on reviews I have read mentioning that the LP2 overpowers with bass and is somewhat dark, whereas the UE6000 has more precise bass that works well with mids and highs which are properly extended.

Thanks!!! Even I haven't heard LP2's...I was planning to buy M100's but seems like I have to wait till next year..which I can't do!!! So I was looking for something which has good sound signature with emphasis on bass. I made up my mind to buy UE 6000 ...but today found some one on our campus wearing LP2's. I was blown away by the looks of that HP..So got confused which one should I buy..

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I like the UE6000 more in passive mode. I have no issues recommending it.

 

Just don't recommend it to Dale Thorn.  wink.gif

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Just don't recommend it to Dale Thorn.  wink.gif

Uh-oh here comes trouble. >.>
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