Okay, now I'm really intrigued. For those of you comparing the Paradox and Lambda series:
-What about comfort? If there's one thing I really like about a vintage Lambda, it's the very light clamping force. Could wear them for hours on end because of that...but I still haven't tried a stock T50RP, let alone the Paradox. (Yet.)
-How about soundstage and imaging? I know that's a Lambda series strong suit, but I don't know if the Paradox can compare there just because of the T50RP housing it's still using, which doesn't seem too open. (I just want it to be spacious and "3D" enough to bring out the cues with CMSS-3D Headphone, Dolby Headphone, etc. so that it feels like I'm there.)
-Have any of you had experience with the Normal bias SR-Lambda in addition to the Lambda Pro when making your Paradox comparisons? The latter's said to have more bass and treble extension, but a really recessed midrange, and I wouldn't like it if it's anything like the SR-202 where the vocals suddenly start taking a back seat.
I disagree about the imaging. I never found the Lambda to have great imaging for an open headphone. It was weird, it was like each instrument was a very wide pinpoint. Kind of hard to describe, but each instrument was too diffuse to really call it a strong suit. It also had a very wide soundstage, but the depth had a lot to be desired. Sennheiser's audiophile range excels at depth, so that probably doesn't help.