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post #181 of 2166
It doesn't take much to snowball out of control. I started with the ATH M-50 then upgraded to the M-100. Picked up a VAMP VERZA and then decided I wanted an open set for home listening so I got the X1 and now am eyeballing this and the Alpha Dogs. All within a year!!!
post #182 of 2166

BMF (BlueMonkeyFlyer) sent me this link so i am posting it up for you all. Russian. Should keep you busy. Very nice looking stuff .

 

 Didn't link a Guugle translate page in case you wanted to try some other option.

http://personalaudio.ru/raa/otchety/naushniki/nad-viso/

post #183 of 2166
Just got my HP50's unboxed and wow. They are extremely well balanced in tone. Not the overly fast treble you often find. Very warm and energizing (opposite of fatiguing). I'll compare to vmoda m100 with nuforce ido.
post #184 of 2166
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Originally Posted by dparker83 View Post

Just got my HP50's unboxed and wow. They are extremely well balanced in tone. Not the overly fast treble you often find. Very warm and energizing (opposite of fatiguing). I'll compare to vmoda m100 with nuforce ido.

Gah this sounds like the perfect headphone I need right now as a compliment to the HD25 Aluminium!

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post #186 of 2166

More review please!

 

And for those who have it. Doesn't it look kind of funny on the head, with its squarish kind of headband?

post #187 of 2166
Yeah, it's not pretty, but who cares? The sound is great smily_headphones1.gif
post #188 of 2166

I wonder how Sennheiser Momentums would do in comparison to these hp50s

post #189 of 2166
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by jeffbear7 View Post
 

I wonder how Sennheiser Momentums would do in comparison to these hp50s


I prefer the warmer sound of the HP50, much more natural to my ears.

post #190 of 2166

How does the HP50 compare to the P7 in terms of soundstage (the latter of which was impressive for a closed can)?  

post #191 of 2166

Actually I'm really interested in this Room Feel Technology. Does it really make the soundstage feel much larger (esp. in comparison to momentums)? I have such high expectations for the hp50s now. 

post #192 of 2166
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Za Warudo View Post
 

How does the HP50 compare to the P7 in terms of soundstage (the latter of which was impressive for a closed can)?  


From a quick listen I would just say they are both superior.  I don't believe differences in soundstage would be the deciding factor between the two.

post #193 of 2166
Which is the overall better set of cans? Maybe it's time for a comparison biggrin.gif
post #194 of 2166
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by BucketInABucket View Post

Which is the overall better set of cans? Maybe it's time for a comparison biggrin.gif


There isn't a better or worse here, just preferences. HP50 is $100 less.  P7 has superior build quality, but is also heavier and not quite as comfortable.  Bass and mids are comparable.  HP50 is warmer and more natural to my ears; P7 is brighter and may provide real or perceived enhanced detail in the higher frequencies.

post #195 of 2166
Hmm judging by those comparisons the hp50 seems to fit my preferences more but will still need to audition both to decide.
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