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post #9511 of 14960
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Originally Posted by Change is Good View Post
 

Gawd, I want those HP200s!

 

If I may ask, how do they differ from the MD 3.2?

Alright, so I won't go into depth (Because I just got them), but I'll give you the key points of what I first noticed, that differ the two - HP200 Vs. Mad Dogs 3.2

 

  • HP have a wider soundstage (due to full-open design)
  • HP portrays a better 3D imaging, as I found the MD to be rather linear/2D.
  • MD have amazing depth, but so does the HP
  • MD has strong, tight, well-articulate bass, which hits harder than that of the HP in terms of punch and impact
  • HP, although the bass isn't as strong, I found it to have the more tighter/controlled bass 
  • HP have a just right amount of sparkle in its treble, whilst the MD have a rather "full" sounding treble, where it isn't as bright, and doesn't extend as high
  • The mids/vocals on the HP are clear and detailed, whilst on the MD, it sounds a touch fuller and rich
  • The mids/vocals on the MD sound a bit veiled due to the "dark" tonality
  • HP have more detail and and clarity than the MD
  • MD still have a sufficient amount of detailing, it is just restricted by the "dark" tonality

 

And you'll probably ask something along the lines of which I would take, and the answer is...HP200 if I want analytical sound with crisp tonality - textured bass, good timbre, natural vocals, sparkly highs; and Mad Dogs for when I want a bassy, warm tonality for a change with its: fuller bass, thick and slightly warm vocals, and subtle treble. They're two very different headphones to compare side-by-side, as they both have a tonality that is at the opposite ends of the spectrum. In short, they both complement each other for me, and that's a good thing, because that means I can always switch things up when I get bored of one sound signature. 


Edited by SkyBleu - 1/14/14 at 4:11pm
post #9512 of 14960
^^ Thanks for the thorough early comparison. Btw, what's the 3.2 version compared to what's advertised in their site? Or is what they're selling the 3.2 version?
post #9513 of 14960
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Originally Posted by Berkovajazz View Post

Touches and Nanos nope?

I don't have any touch and nano in my collection
Last touch I want to buy IPod touch 5 Gen , because the SQ iPod touch 5 Gen and iPhone 5 below my iPhone 4 S , I canceled bought both .
iPad mini mad mini retina I don't want buy , iPad mini retina SQ is below iPad air , iPhone 5 s and 4 s
I wish to buy iPad mini retina , because SQ is not that good m I did not bought it
I just bought iPhone 5 s and iPad air

IMO
post #9514 of 14960
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Originally Posted by deltasun View Post

^^ Thanks for the thorough early comparison. Btw, what's the 3.2 version compared to what's advertised in their site? Or is what they're selling the 3.2 version?
Not sure, but I believe they're selling the 3.2 version (In Mini-XLR and 3.5mm terminations on the headphone) and Alpha Dogs.
post #9515 of 14960
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Originally Posted by audiofreakie View Post

Rudi, so iPhone 4s still worth to buy, a store offer me BNIB 64gb of iPhone 4s for Rp. 5.800.000,-.
That's why I ask you mate, since I sold my DX50 I'm dap-less now biggrin.gif.

Yes please iPhone 4 s is still the best from apple , was design from Steve Job
I have 2 iPhone 4 s , one stock 64 GB and one mod 32 GB

IMO
post #9516 of 14960

Rudi what is the ip4s mod?

 

My phone is an ip4s 64gb, but these days I can't bear that sound anymore after been listening to my DMod's. In comparison, the ip4s sounds 2d and muddy to my ears.

post #9517 of 14960
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Originally Posted by DMinor View Post

Rudi what is the ip4s mod?

My phone is an ip4s 64gb, but these days I can't bear that sound anymore after been listening to my DMod's. In comparison, the ip4s sounds 2d and muddy to my ears.

iPhone 4 s mod is like iPod classic mod , my diy friend Alex has done for me
If you can mod your iPod classic , for sure you can do with your iPhone 4S
I can do by my self
post #9518 of 14960
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Originally Posted by Kojaku View Post

Keep it simple. 24/96, clean amp section, sexy industrial design, and battery backup smily_headphones1.gif



 



Where I can I get a similar OTG cable like yours?
post #9519 of 14960
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Originally Posted by elcubano1 View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Kojaku View Post

Keep it simple. 24/96, clean amp section, sexy industrial design, and battery backup smily_headphones1.gif



 



Where I can I get a similar OTG cable like yours?

Mine came with the Vamp, but I believe there's on sorta like it on hakshop.
post #9520 of 14960
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Originally Posted by Kojaku View Post


Mine came with the Vamp, but I believe there's on sorta like it on hakshop.

 

So it's not really OTG. It's just a straight through micro-2-micro. But that's fine. The Vamp Verza & Go-DAP are one of the few that work with some Android phones (namely Galaxy S3) with a straight through microUSB-2-microUSB cable. Looks like your HTC One works too. Same with my Galaxy J (SC-02F).

post #9521 of 14960

Thanks rudi0504:)!

post #9522 of 14960

 

AK100 MKII  --> Audio Technica IM-04 

post #9523 of 14960
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Originally Posted by xanden View Post
 

 

Warning: Gorgeous Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

AK100 MKII  --> Audio Technica IM-04 

What a beautiful combo! How does it sound?

post #9524 of 14960

 

Got my InEar StageDiver SD-2 today. I really like them, though the E12 is not that great of an amp when it comes to IEM:s. So now I'm just looking for an amp that matches well with the SD-2:s.


Edited by skalkman - 1/15/14 at 7:58am
post #9525 of 14960


Ipod 5.5 to pure silver LOD to E17 to HiFlight KSC75.
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