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post #466 of 901

Mad Dog has the least sound leakage.

FA003 and UE600/900 sound leakage is very little to none.

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Thank you!

 

 

FA003 has most or least sound leakage?

post #467 of 901

Thank you again. 

 

Conclusion: You would take the FA003 over the UE6000? Would you also take the 003 over the 002w?

 

Is there a difference between the HM5 and the FA003? 

post #468 of 901
Thread Starter 
HM5 is 003. I think HM5 is more neutral than 9000 but far from neutral with warmth and bass emphasis. Overall in terms of sound I would take a amped passive 9000, it needs an amp for pontential, and I really don't think the HM5 is portable, I realised sound leakage is not as tragic as I thought and it only shows in dead quiet enviroments like my ICT class.
post #469 of 901

Thank you for you answer again!

 

Final question: Can someone please compare the UE6000 to the HD25-1? Know you can't go wrong with the HD25 but there is an issue with comfort and big heads and I got a pretty big one. 

Would you take the UE6000 over the HD25?

post #470 of 901
Thread Starter 
I have only heard amperior in apple shop etc (with my own source). Would not be in the position to help here thoroughly, would take this over an M-80 though and probably over a 25 because I dislike on ears. However this sounds better than m-80 in my book but with an amp, nothing huge, an e6 would probably be enough just need a lil extra juice.
post #471 of 901

Good review, but needs some proofreading. The headphones seem promising. I've always liked UE sound signature - its unique combination of warmth, smoothness and musicality. These appear to be quite yummy sounding. tongue.gif


Edited by Pianist - 10/28/12 at 4:24pm
post #472 of 901

Is the UE9000 a lot better than the UE6000 in sound quality, or are they really similar?

post #473 of 901
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Is the UE9000 a lot better than the UE6000 in sound quality, or are they really similar?

 

Here's an excellent review and comparison of the two headphones. Overall, Tyll finds them quite similar sounding and recommends UE6000 as the better bang of the buck.

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Here's an excellent review and comparison of the two headphones. Overall, Tyll finds them quite similar sounding and recommends UE6000 as the better bang of the buck.

twice the price for similar sound quailty, yikes.

post #475 of 901
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twice the price for similar sound quailty, yikes.

 

Looking at the measurements for both headphones, it seems to me that UE9000 does measure better. Look at the 300Hz square wave response for instance - UE9000 is clearly more even and less noisy than its smaller brother. But I am not an expert at interpreting these graphs, so I can't say how much difference this will make during actual listening. I think Tyll knows better.

post #476 of 901
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Pianist View Post

Good review, but needs some proofreading. The headphones seem promising. I've always liked UE sound signature - its unique combination of warmth, smoothness and musicality. These appear to be quite yummy sounding. tongue.gif

Sorry about the lack of last editing, was mainly because i have just been toying with getting it fully working and online which in the OP it is still not but i think the spacing issue is no longer a big deal. Anyway, if you wanna re read i have done my final checks and if there is any grammar mistakes, i missed them after two reads.

post #477 of 901
Will the UE6000 be good for gaming? I heard somewhere that its soundstage was good. I wont be doing competitive gaming, only casual gaming so it needs to be immersive, which requires a lot of bass and a good soundstage for me. I read that the bass is really good, but will the soundstage be enough for gaming?
post #478 of 901
Thread Starter 

the bass is great and will be satisfying. My review states that i find the soundstage satisfies, is better than many popular on ear headphones and will not compete with open headphones. I think an open headphone is what you would really want for gaming but i am not a gamer of any sort so could not help you.

post #479 of 901

Can someone please answer how the UE9000 pairs wirelessly with an android device- will I still be able to take calls and use all the different controls on the headphone?

 

Want to use it with my new Galaxy Note 2.

post #480 of 901

If you want headphones like that i recommend the Fanny wang 2001/3. I have had them for months. and they sound absolutely amazing after the final burn-in stage. so good that i could put these right under/or at the level of the ue 6000 but thats my opinion.

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