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post #331 of 338
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I have heard that the Momentum's can't be folded up, so their portability is pretty crappy.
Any experience with the Mad Dogs?

 

The originals could not. The Momentum 2 can be folded.

post #332 of 338

Gosh darn it.
Well my second choice where the V-Moda Crossfade LP's with the XL pad.
I have heard that the XL pads make the headphones more comfortable for people with big ears, they sound good and are very very portable.
Do they leak tough.

Pls Halp meh :triportsad:

post #333 of 338
Is it true that the drivers on the cop die easilly? Saw a couple of posts saying that they dont handle high volumee very well.... usually i dont go over 75% of my ipod or ipad volume with the over ear momentums amperios or hd25s.

Right now i have a dt770 pro 80 but i am missing some body (maybe lack of mids) and some lack of punch and bass presence like on the previous headphones i mentioned and others like the m50x... do you guys think i would like the cops?

All the headphones mentioned before the dt770 are my favs so far...
post #334 of 338
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Gosh darn it.
Well my second choice where the V-Moda Crossfade LP's with the XL pad.
I have heard that the XL pads make the headphones more comfortable for people with big ears, they sound good and are very very portable.
Do they leak tough.

Pls Halp meh :triportsad:

 

For portability, the M100 is much better than the LP (but the LP's can be had for really cheap, so that's a factor)

 

Overall, the V-Moda headphones are only so-so at isolation and leakage.

 

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Originally Posted by Pedro Oliveira View Post

Is it true that the drivers on the cop die easilly? Saw a couple of posts saying that they dont handle high volumee very well.... usually i dont go over 75% of my ipod or ipad volume with the over ear momentums amperios or hd25s.

Right now i have a dt770 pro 80 but i am missing some body (maybe lack of mids) and some lack of punch and bass presence like on the previous headphones i mentioned and others like the m50x... do you guys think i would like the cops?

All the headphones mentioned before the dt770 are my favs so far...

 

It's unlikely the drivers will die, but they don't handle high volumes as cleanly as the DT770 so are more "wubwub" in sound. But that's also the inevitable tradeoff you pay for higher bass response in this price range as the response is likely derived from venting and resonance.

 

If you don't like the DT770, I really doubt that the COP will satisfy you.

post #335 of 338
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Originally Posted by Armaegis View Post

For portability, the M100 is much better than the LP (but the LP's can be had for really cheap, so that's a factor)

Overall, the V-Moda headphones are only so-so at isolation and leakage.


It's unlikely the drivers will die, but they don't handle high volumes as cleanly as the DT770 so are more "wubwub" in sound. But that's also the inevitable tradeoff you pay for higher bass response in this price range as the response is likely derived from venting and resonance.

If you don't like the DT770, I really doubt that the COP will satisfy you.

Why?
post #336 of 338

What about the Sony MDR-1A and MDR-1R considering leakage?
I have listened  to some leak test and they sounded pretty good.
The silver version looks really extremely sexy.

post #337 of 338
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Aiaiai seems really interesting, have to read more about it. 
I know a place which has the aiaiai but not the COP, so I cant do a side by side comparison. 

 

That's interesting that the COP studio has more controlled bass, it doesn't seem to be available anywhere though. 

 

AIAIAI TMA-2 with the S03 driver + E04 pads are really nice...

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Originally Posted by deafdoorknob View Post

Studio is real but I don't think it's on the market yet.

 

It is, but its a Pro product, i.e. sold at different places than the consumer models such as the COP... thats a complicated story unfortunately as I'd consider many of Beyers Pro models very interesting to non-pro users as well ('Pro' is not some kind of diffuse quality statement in this case but means real professional users such as recording as well as radio/tv studios and field sound engineers).

post #338 of 338
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Why?

 

If you prefer the sound of the M50x and HD25/Amperiors over the DT770, then the COP is going in the wrong direction.

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