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post #256 of 388
Originally Posted by rodweb View Post

SR80i until now :)

Love your taste! Grado is just very unique in signature <3

post #257 of 388
Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post

Love your taste! Grado is just very unique in signature <3
Yes, the best investment I made so far!
post #258 of 388
my not the best will be the q701 minus the head bumps
post #259 of 388

DT880 and HD600 for me.  Both incredible value for money considering their sonics - but sadly getting less and less head time.

post #260 of 388

Either the Koss KSC75 (probably the best value in the entire audio industry) or the Grado SR80i.

post #261 of 388

Still enjoy my senn px100.

They are fun clean decent musical portables use them when I am just listening to the music not the cans.

Mind you also grooving with some Soviet orthos I picked up cheap!

post #262 of 388

Kenwood KH-1000's (Alpha pads), built like a tank, realistic soundstage, warm mids, perfect highs and great sub-bass. I actually prefer them to my LA-7k and my W-1000x for a closed bassy HP.

post #263 of 388

I like closed headphones a lot.
I used to like the Senn HD2 25-1 better than my Beta 22 balanced HD 650's.
Then I broke them and replaced them with Audio-Technica ES7, which I liked better than my AD-2000's at the time.
Now I'm pretty content with Audio-Technica ATH-A900Ti.

But I am an Audio-Technica fanboy at this point :/

post #264 of 388

my ranking regarding listening time (not technical abilitys):


- brainwavz hm5

- nad viso hp50

- hifimann re400

- beyerdynamic t5p

- denon d600

- hifimann re600

- kef m500

- Audio technica ath-es700


i own the hm5 for more than a year now, but did not listen to them since a few weeks ago and i have to admit, that these nail it for me. they meet my sweet spot regarding tonal Balance and even more so: presentation. while the t5p sounds a Little more open, the layering on the hm5 is much better. the t5p offers better Detail for sure, but the hm5 is not far behind. plus it is as comfortable as the t5p. hope i will Change my mind soon, as i paid 950 eur a few weeks ago for the beyers and right now, i dont know why.

post #265 of 388

My favorite "not the best" headphones: Grado SR225i.

post #266 of 388

After all the headphones I have owned the Beyerdynamic T90 been my Favorite headphones to use with the AKG 702 behind it.

post #267 of 388
K701 with the reversible bass mod.
post #268 of 388

Sennheiser hd 25

Edited by Fir33 - 4/27/14 at 3:09pm
post #269 of 388

Sennheiser HD598

post #270 of 388

Head-Fi sucks:)

Edited by MarcadoStalker7 - 6/17/14 at 8:27pm
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