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Really?
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I'd argue that the Paradox are very involving also.
To each their own, of course. 
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Yea, and that includes the different iterations.

You answered before I edited my post with the question in what way the ZMF falls behind the Paradox and MD?
Could you please share some thoughts about that?
Thanks.
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Really?

NO.

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You answered before I edited my post with the question in what way the ZMF falls behind the Paradox and MD?
Could you please share some thoughts about that?
Thanks.

I guess firstly it depends on which earpads you're using. I'm not sure if ZMF has come to

some kind of decision as to a primary earpad, or still using Alpha's, BW, etc.

 

Anyways, I'd probably put the MD dead ahead across the board. 

 

Better bass, more punch, more separation and air, clarity, detail.

 

 

With the Paradox about the same, with exception to bass weight and quality

as well as mids. 

 

Biggest problem with the Paradox is it tries to be something it's not. Although, it does a very

good job of overcoming ortho shortfalls such as width/depth soundstage, it ultimately falls short

in bass punch.

 

Furthermore, it's the least involving headphone of the bunch.


Edited by paradoxper - 8/8/13 at 12:54pm
post #64 of 64
LOL, Para.
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