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post #376 of 6488
Might not get them today. I them to an Amazon locker. Its snowing like crazy outside (5-9 inches) so I might get them tomorrow.

Ill try though. If FED Ex is who sent them, they'll be there soon enough.
post #377 of 6488

Some bad news...

 

 

I sent an email to ML asking them if they had discontinued to the Mikros 90...and the answer is yes.

 

 


Get them while you can...and good luck with waiting to buy them next Black Friday.

 

Now I'm really thinking about getting a second pair no matter what the cost. 

post #378 of 6488
Ugh...I made it home...alive...with the merchandise.
post #379 of 6488
The build is great, better than expected. They look ugly, the sound is a little dark. That's less than a minute of listening. The isolation is fantastic, the seal is tight, pads aren't replaceable, the cable must be the thinnest I've ever felt.

We'll see!
post #380 of 6488
Burn them in
post #381 of 6488
You're hilarious!

Ill let my ears be the judge. Im not going to play some music non-stop through them if you think that's what I'm going to do. These shall be tested as I listen to them all...night...long.
post #382 of 6488
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Originally Posted by Trunks159 View Post

The build is great, better than expected. They look ugly, the sound is a little dark. That's less than a minute of listening. The isolation is fantastic, the seal is tight, pads aren't replaceable, the cable must be the thinnest I've ever felt.

We'll see!

The pads ARE replaceable. 

post #383 of 6488
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Originally Posted by Trunks159 View Post


These shall be tested as I listen to them all...night...long.

 

Some Lionel Richie should do the trick then....

post #384 of 6488
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Originally Posted by Trunks159 View Post

The build is great, better than expected. They look ugly, the sound is a little dark. That's less than a minute of listening. The isolation is fantastic, the seal is tight, pads aren't replaceable, the cable must be the thinnest I've ever felt.

We'll see!

 

Dark?!?!?!  :confused:

post #385 of 6488
Experiment with placement on the ear. Tonal balance changes quite a bit.
post #386 of 6488
I m gettg coldfeet.......punpun tongue.gif
post #387 of 6488
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Some Lionel Richie should do the trick then....
Lol
post #388 of 6488
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Originally Posted by JohnBal View Post

Experiment with placement on the ear. Tonal balance changes quite a bit.

i get best results putting pads further back on the ears when it comes to ON EAR designs. 

 

Discontinued...? Shall we stock up on the spare pads...?? Can someone post a few fotos on whats "inside" ?

 

Do u think MartinLOGun will come up with a revised product...and get the price back up to 300...maybe 400?  maybe a circumaural??


Edited by Lorspeaker - 1/21/14 at 3:40pm
post #389 of 6488
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Dark?!?!?!  confused.gif
Lil bit. The vocals have something missing to them. They sound OK. I can kind of hear lack of control in the upper mids. There's some resonance going on. The soundstage is small.
They sound thicker, not as lean as the M500. Bass reduction is needed!

Now for JRock (some extremely complex, fast sounding stuff) they sound...meh. Hip hop, r&b,

They're on ear and they clamp a bit. They're uncomfortable to me at least.

I'm extremely sensitive to soundstage. Grados don't do it for me, and anything with below average soundstage won't be tolerated. I haven't listened to these long enough, but...I don't know.

More listening shall be done at once!
post #390 of 6488
OK fine! I'll try burn in! If I must. Let's plug them into an amp next!
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