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New Pair of well rounded headphones

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Im looking for headphones for everyday use, and i listen to all kinds of music, I was looking at the Beyer custom one pro, the audio technica m50 and the vmoda crossfade lp's and Im wondering which one would best fit my needs? or if you have other recommendations please let me know

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Don't waste your time. Just pick the one you like most, all three are nice headphones with good sound. 

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Im looking for headphones for everyday use, and i listen to all kinds of music, I was looking at the Beyer custom one pro, the audio technica m50 and the vmoda crossfade lp's and Im wondering which one would best fit my needs? or if you have other recommendations please let me know

 

Heya,

 

The COP is an excellent headphone, and owning all three of these you've mentioned, the COP easily is better than the M50 and CF LP's, in every way basically. Can't recommend them enough. Better overall audio, not fatiguing, great mids, good sound stage, and you can choose your level of bass from neutral to warm to very bassy and it works very well. Plus all the customization and detachable cable and you can swap pads at will. Great headphone with a very good accessory/function appeal.

 

Very best,

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Where would I go to purchase the accessories for the COP? 

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Accessories aren't yet available. There is also a picture of the COP in brown that I would like to see.  

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Heya,

 

The COP is an excellent headphone, and owning all three of these you've mentioned, the COP easily is better than the M50 and CF LP's, in every way basically. Can't recommend them enough. Better overall audio, not fatiguing, great mids, good sound stage, and you can choose your level of bass from neutral to warm to very bassy and it works very well. Plus all the customization and detachable cable and you can swap pads at will. Great headphone with a very good accessory/function appeal.

 

Very best,

Which closed headphone, which is somewhat neutral, would you recommend? Isolating from outside noice is quite important

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Where would I go to purchase the accessories for the COP? 

 

I got my accessories that I wanted from Beyer's website. They have several decals and headbands already out. There are more coming though. But there are accessories available. It's just still very new to the game.

 

Very best,

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