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post #136 of 145
There's already a comparison between them:
http://www.head-fi.org/t/654161/review-comparison-ath-ad900x-vs-ath-ad1000x-vs-mdr-ma900-its-still-over-900/0_50
post #137 of 145

I think the mdr1r's are better than momentum's in every possible way honestly.

post #138 of 145

Id simply have to disagree.

post #139 of 145
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Originally Posted by Qwakey View Post

I think the mdr1r's are better than momentum's in every possible way honestly.

Major disagree here. The 1R is quite "meh". 

post #140 of 145

Well, thats your opinion but imo mdr's has better comfort plus equal sound quality for $100 less...

post #141 of 145
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Originally Posted by Qwakey View Post

Well, thats your opinion but imo mdr's has better comfort plus equal sound quality for $100 less...

The sound quality is in no way "equal", and show me where you found these for $250?

post #142 of 145

On Amazon bro. They're going for $210 right now. The mdr's are vastly more comfortable which imo trumps any marginal sound quality advantage the momentum's have.

post #143 of 145
Yeah, im in the minority here, but I feel the momentum is more comfortable. The 1r's pads are too thin. The momentum is more balanced IMO, and its technically superior.
The 1r has a better price to sq ratio though.
post #144 of 145

lol what beats is ... hmm everything [Just kidding guys]

 

no seriously though, if your talking about in the price range, the K550 and Ath a900x beat it, if your including price range and open back, add Beyers to that list, and this beats it  <- you might be able to swing that at $350 as well. As I paid $350 for mine 

 

So there a few options that can best it 

post #145 of 145
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Originally Posted by Trunks159 View Post

Yeah, im in the minority here, but I feel the momentum is more comfortable. The 1r's pads are too thin. The momentum is more balanced IMO, and its technically superior.
The 1r has a better price to sq ratio though.

I agree, the mdr's are a better value. If the momentum's were $100 less they would be a much better value.

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