it's not like you are going to listen classical music and then somehow dance track is gonna blast from nowhere.
listening to classical music is basically gonna be close to like listening to orchestra live. not better.
my friend said these sound like crap.. not worth of the money.. he said hd 419 sounds better..
i'm using samsung galaxy s2 and ipod shuffle
sounds nice for me.. i'm loving the lows...
can anyone tell the difference between these cans..??
I think they need a small amount of amping but not too much. Desktop amps made them too tinny and nasal sounding. The International from ALO Audio was a good match as also the little known Miniwatt N4 usb powered DAC/Amp. Straight out of mobile phones leave them sounding thin and lacking in any bite for me personally.
The X3 is a very competent player. I have not had the pleasure of trying a DX50, but the X3 measures extremely well and, with my Sennheiser Momentum ON-ear and HD518, it sounds very good. It simply brings a smile to my face every time I listen to Yes or Sade. Or Pink Floyd, or Stevie Ray.
I will not, however, start to personify its sound. Try it for yourself with your headphones and a microSD with your music. If it sounds good the first time you hear it, buy it. It will continue to be just as good and even better, once you get really used to it.
Hello, everyone. I looking for some on-ear headphones and was wondering how this headphones compared to others. I really like Sennheiser, so these seemed appealing.
Current Player: Sony Walkman Z- series
Music Type: Vocal, Pop, Rock, Soundtrack (instrumental)
Headphones I really like:
Koss Porta Pro
Headphones I didn't like (headphones I just tested. I realize they may be great, but they just don't appeal to me):
Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10
Middle of the Road
Thank you for any help, it is greatly appreciated.