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tremble on hd650, hd600, hd580 vs hd598

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i guess i finally found the word for my needs :P

 

tremble=female voice on high tones/pitch ?:P

 

if so i really love the mids and tremble on hd598, which one of these got similar tremble to hd598 ?

 

hd650, hd600, hd580 ?

post #2 of 6
Treble*

Look at Soundmagic HP200
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Originally Posted by oopeteroo View Post

i guess i finally found the word for my needs :P

tremble=female voice on high tones/pitch ?:P

if so i really love the mids and tremble on hd598, which one of these got similar tremble to hd598 ?

hd650, hd600, hd580 ?

None of them - they're all similar to each other, but mutually exclusive from the "500 series" (of course the 580 has to be a 500 to make it confusing).

That said, they're all really good, and you would probably appreciate any of them with female vocals. smily_headphones1.gif

Oh, and I think you do mean "treble" not "tremble" as well - but I'm not entirely certain of that. Does this graphic help you any? (treble is roughly 1-2k and higher)

(Note the scale on this is NOT linear)
Edited by obobskivich - 12/31/12 at 2:27am
post #4 of 6
Thread Starter 

oh i think i mean treble :P but one hd598 some of the female voice do shine/sprakle (when they reach a high tone when they ''scream'' :P) on treble compare to hd650 :P

 

damn i feel soooo noobish right now :P

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Originally Posted by oopeteroo View Post

oh i think i mean treble :P but one hd598 some of the female voice do shine/sprakle (when they reach a high tone when they ''scream'' :P) on treble compare to hd650 :P

damn i feel soooo noobish right now :P

The HD 580/600/650 are relatively dark and laid-back, and basically can't make things sound "bad" unless things are REALLY bad (this doesn't mean they aren't revealing, but they certainly paint with a soft brush). Whereas the 595/598 are less so, and accordingly I could see them letting harshness through. Generally cans that are good for female vocals are at least a touch dark to help constrain harshness on bad recordings. smily_headphones1.gif
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Sennheiser HD 800

Hifiman HE-400

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