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Need good cans for my arrow 4g

post #1 of 11
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I need some thoughts on what headphones take advantage of the headstage arrow 4g's power. I already have some ue 6000 and they're awesome. My budget is right around 200 or leas
post #2 of 11

The HD-25 I II benefit from proper amplification, it will also depends on the kind of music you like. 

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Originally Posted by formula1 View Post

The HD-25 I II benefit from proper amplification, it will also depends on the kind of music you like. 
Wow seems like u know what I'm lookin for! I was already considering them. I heard they have a small soundstage though. Would the arrow open them up more? Also I listen to heavy metal, hard rock and classic rock
post #4 of 11

Does portability matter to you, sound signature preference, noise isolation/leakage matter? A few things you should mention, unless you want people to blindly recommend headphones.

post #5 of 11
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Lookin for mostly closed cans or on ear like hd25 1ii
My sound signature would have a real tight bass impact but not so much like a bass head, and I love mids. Pretty much sums up any metal heads craving
post #6 of 11
Mad Dogs.
post #7 of 11

Looks like Mad Dogs is a great suggestion. If you are looking for something more portable-esque you want to look into the Senneheiser Momentum, Shure SRH-840/940, or the Sony MDR-1. All great headphones that sound warm, some more than others but all warm with great bass impact and lush mids.

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How much are the mad dogs
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How much are the mad dogs


You can find them on the FS forums for anywhere between 200-280, they are 300 brand new from Mrspeakers's website.

post #10 of 11

Mad dogs aren't portable. 

I'd look into the Amperiors or the HD25 if you are a metalhead. 

post #11 of 11
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Mad dogs aren't portable. 

I'd look into the Amperiors or the HD25 if you are a metalhead. 


No where did he say he wants portable headphones. Also "portable" is relative to the person. The Amperiors or HD25, while being very good portables, aren't warm at all. The mids on both of them are somewhat neutral in comparison to say the Momentum or even the Mad Dog.

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