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post #511 of 931
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Originally Posted by HarlanDraka81 View Post

Are the U6000 bigger than psb m4u 2?From all the pics i saw i couldn't understand if the U6000 can be portable and and if i could wear them around the neck...

Also,reading all the posts it's not very clear if they can be driven fine from an ipod classic and if the leakage is bad or not..normal_smile%20.gif


They are comparable in size.  The M4U2 sounds better amped compared to the UE6000.

post #512 of 931

Thanks Craigster!I was actually very interested in the PSB M4U 2 but all the reports i've seen about the cracking issue made me consider the cheaper U6000 (i want to add a good portable and good looking noise cancelling headphones to the ones i'm using now - Sony Mdr-1R) normal_smile%20.gif Just a pity the build quality of the M4U 2 seems to be not very good..

post #513 of 931

Btw,would you still recommend the U6000 over the PSB M4U 2 for sound quality/Look/Portability and leakage?

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Btw,would you still recommend the U6000 over the PSB M4U 2 for sound quality/Look/Portability and leakage?


It is really preference.  The UE6000 is more of a basshead can.  Highs extend further on the M4U2.  IMO, the UE6000 is a better looking headphone.  Neither are great at noise cancellation, but both seem to isolate well passively and are comfortable.

post #515 of 931
Thank you Craigster!justa pity i can't see and try the u6000 before buying (here in ireland they have just beats and..beats).As i said my main concern is how big they are as i would not feel comfortable going around with huge headphones on my head (for me beats pro are huge for example) wink.gif
post #516 of 931
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Originally Posted by HarlanDraka81 View Post

Thank you Craigster!justa pity i can't see and try the u6000 before buying (here in ireland they have just beats and..beats).As i said my main concern is how big they are as i would not feel comfortable going around with huge headphones on my head (for me beats pro are huge for example) wink.gif


UE6000 are MUCH lighter and more comfortable.

post #517 of 931

I will have my PSB M4U 2 this week and I will give a comparison. I do like the UE 6000 alot but the more I listen to it, the more I here the compromises. It truly is a "fun" headphone and makes some of my music absolutely kill but ultimately I need more neutrality and I really miss the highs and the separation and soudstaging I have heard from higher end cans. This set I am working on now has to be an all-rounder for me. I need it for travel and at-desk usage. It needs to be portable but doesn't have to be tiny.

 

On a side note, I got to spend about 30 mins listening to a friends M100s. I liked them alot but there was not a huge enough difference between them and the UE 6000s to my ears. They are still a bass heavy can. The highs are a touch better and the bass isn't as heavy as the UE 6000s but its close. They were also uncomfortable to me.

post #518 of 931
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Originally Posted by chubbyone View Post


Push harder. I thought this same thing at first. It feels like you'll break the input, then the cable snaps in place.
My experience anyways, don't break your headphone!


I think i expressed bad or you misunderstood. I'm french.

 

What i meant is that from what i've understood, people had difficulties plugging the jack cable because it didn't enter well in the whore. My problem is that the whore is to large and deep. It feels like the jack male plug should be bigger to fit well in it. So pushing harder doesn't change anything

post #519 of 931
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Originally Posted by flashmp3 View Post

 

What i meant is that from what i've understood, people had difficulties plugging the jack cable because it didn't enter well in the whore. My problem is that the whore is to large and deep.

 

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post #520 of 931
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Originally Posted by flashmp3 View Post


I think i expressed bad or you misunderstood. I'm french.

 

What i meant is that from what i've understood, people had difficulties plugging the jack cable because it didn't enter well in the whore. My problem is that the whore is to large and deep. It feels like the jack male plug should be bigger to fit well in it. So pushing harder doesn't change anything


I've heard of others having the same problem.

post #521 of 931
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Originally Posted by Craigster75 View Post


I've heard of others having the same problem.


It's really annoying. My battery cup doesn't close well aswell. It seems i've broken something while closing perhaps. It is weird cause i'm not hard with my stuffs and i may have opened that cup only 2 times (to put the batteries the first time).

The headphone is so great, the sound is really good but those 2 points are cons

post #522 of 931
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Originally Posted by flashmp3 View Post


I think i expressed bad or you misunderstood. I'm french.

What i meant is that from what i've understood, people had difficulties plugging the jack cable because it didn't enter well in the whore. My problem is that the whore is to large and deep. It feels like the jack male plug should be bigger to fit well in it. So pushing harder doesn't change anything
tongue.gif:D
post #523 of 931
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Originally Posted by flashmp3 View Post


It's really annoying. My battery cup doesn't close well aswell. It seems i've broken something while closing perhaps. It is weird cause i'm not hard with my stuffs and i may have opened that cup only 2 times (to put the batteries the first time).

The headphone is so great, the sound is really good but those 2 points are cons


fyi, in your post #518, I think you meant to use the word "hole" instead of "whore".  The difference in English is striking and some might even find humor in the context of your post ;)

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Originally Posted by Craigster75 View Post


fyi, in your post #518, I think you meant to use the word "hole" instead of "whore".  The difference in English is striking and some might even find humor in the context of your post ;)

Lool sorry for the fault. I meant HOLE yes :p

post #525 of 931
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Originally Posted by Craigster75 View Post


fyi, in your post #518, I think you meant to use the word "hole" instead of "whore".  The difference in English is striking and some might even find humor in the context of your post wink.gif

got my laugh for the day thanks
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