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Logitech ue 4000 vs Sennheiser hd439

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Which one wins, mostly listen to heavy metal, goin unamped, rockboxed sansa clip+, not sure if the hd439 has a regular 3.5mm removable cable or sum weird connecter but the ue4000 is regular
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Hellllo anybody there
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I heard the ue4000 at the app store and bye far they had the best bass out of all of the other headphones.
I dont know about the hd439 but I heard there good for most genres just not great for one particulary. My bets on the ue4000 plus there better build IMO.
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Originally Posted by Killashell421 View Post

I heard the ue4000 at the app store and bye far they had the best bass out of all of the other headphones.
I dont know about the hd439 but I heard there good for most genres just not great for one particulary. My bets on the ue4000 plus there better build IMO.
What genre are they not good at dude
post #5 of 16
Bass heavy music like. Hip hop, electronica, dubstep.
Sorry Idk much about heavy metal but I dont think the sennheiser could keep up with that genre there more of a laid back sound to them.
I should point out the vmoda m80 headphones I own them and they have a very fun sounding headphone. There about 150$ on amazon
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Bass heavy music like. Hip hop, electronica, dubstep.
Sorry Idk much about heavy metal but I dont think the sennheiser could keep up with that genre there more of a laid back sound to them.
I should point out the vmoda m80 headphones I own them and they have a very fun sounding headphone. There about 150$ on amazon
I've heard the m80 and they lacked detail needed when listening to speed metal
post #7 of 16
I do remember the sennheiser amperior headphones being more aggressive then my m80s and ue4000 having better bass but less detail.
Maybe the hd25-1 ii might be something your lookin for.
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I do remember the sennheiser amperior headphones being more aggressive then my m80s and ue4000 having better bass but less detail.
Maybe the hd25-1 ii might be something your lookin for.
Thx bro I'll for sure check em out,
Good lookin out man I love this site everyone is so helpful and informative
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I do remember the sennheiser amperior headphones being more aggressive then my m80s and ue4000 having better bass but less detail.
Maybe the hd25-1 ii might be something your lookin for.
I checked em out and damn they're sexy but about 100 bucks too much
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I checked em out and damn they're sexy but about 100 bucks too much

 

The Amperor can be found as a refurbished headphone for a good price.  If you saw them new, the price was probably $349.  Correct?

post #11 of 16
I think he's looking for something under the 150$ range the lowest iv seen the amperiors were 250$ used.

The only headphone I remember with a fast aggresive sound was the sol republic tracks hd's( I'm thinking of getting a pair myself for school) I should point out that the tracks ultras have more detail but less bass so that might be something your looking for. If all else fails you can't go wrong with the ath m50s or one of the ultrasone hifi models
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I think he's looking for something under the 150$ range the lowest iv seen the amperiors were 250$ used.

The only headphone I remember with a fast aggresive sound was the sol republic tracks hd's( I'm thinking of getting a pair myself for school) I should point out that the tracks ultras have more detail but less bass so that might be something your looking for. If all else fails you can't go wrong with the ath m50s or one of the ultrasone hifi models
So u guys think the ue 4000 is not good for metal cause I can tweak anything with rockbox and I'm using replay gain
post #13 of 16
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I like the 100 dollar price tag I just don't know anyone who has sampled them on rock and heavy stuff
post #14 of 16
Idk to much about heavy metal so I don't know if the ue4000 are gonna sound bad if you do get them in all honesty just go for it i thought they sounded great when I heard them. Buy them off of amazon though since they have a 60 day return policy if I'm not correct.
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Idk to much about heavy metal so I don't know if the ue4000 are gonna sound bad if you do get them in all honesty just go for it i thought they sounded great when I heard them. Buy them off of amazon though since they have a 60 day return policy if I'm not correct.
Yeah prolly goin to do that, do u know what would be a good replacement cable for that and the 6000 cause they don't sell replacements
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