Right now, I have the HD 600's and Mad Dogs running out of the Schiit M&M stack.
I don't really like either of them. Mad dogs don't sound real and has sort of a veil to it. HD 600's feel like they can't keep up with the type of music I listen to and the detail/accuracy isn't great.
I am looking at the HE-400, HE-500, and LCD-2.
I figured planar was the way to go.
The type of music I listen to is: Flyleaf, The academy is..., jason mraz, paramore, all time low, death cab for cutie, some modern top 40's and tons of violin stuff.
There's a lot of fast instrumentation going on with these artists, and I want to be able to hear them clearly instead of blurred together like with the headphones I currently have.
I'm slightly sensitive to treble.
I've actually had the HE-400's before when they first came out and I returned them cause I didn't have an amp. I liked them though.
I like a juicy and transparent sound. Clean and clear. I want to to be able to hear a lot more of the different instruments in my music.
I am going to sell off both of my headphones and get one of these 3. I can't audition them anywhere close by ( I live in Bloomington, IN) so I'm just going to take someone's advice on here and hope for the best.
Sorry for the kind of noob questions though, I've read reviews after reviews and still wasn't happy with the 2 headphones I ended up getting.