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Anyone hyped for SRH1540? As a fan of Shure(SRH940), I am really hyped.

Have tested their SRH-440/840! While it didn't give me the direct WOW impression, they do sound great after listening for an extended period. Definitely looking forward to SRH1540!
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Anyone hyped for SRH1540? As a fan of Shure(SRH940), I am really hyped.

Not even a little. They're probably going to be bass light.

post #273 of 547
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Not even a little. They're probably going to be bass light.
You should watch the video. Jude said it has warm bass unlike any other shure headphones.
post #274 of 547
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You should watch the video. Jude said it has warm bass unlike any other shure headphones.
Am I the only on who think it will be warmer and less big sounding even before watching the video? XD I strongly believe Shure will encounter we don't like... Their SRH-1440/1840/940 are too bright and thin to some I guess that's why they release this SRH-1540!

I LIKE CARBON ON HEADPHONE! XD
Edited by BillsonChang007 - 10/24/13 at 5:16pm
post #275 of 547
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Am I the only on echo think it will be warmer and less big sounding even before watching the video? XD I strongly believe Shure will encounter we don't like... Their SRH-1440/1840/940 are too bright and thin to some I guess that's why they release this SRH-1540!

I LIKE CARBON ON HEADPHONE! XD

Lol. I love the 940 though.

post #276 of 547
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Lol. I love the 940 though.

Don't it sound too thin?
post #277 of 547
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Don't it sound too thin?

Bit thin, but it has amazing detail and clarity.

post #278 of 547
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Bit thin, but it has amazing detail and clarity.
Any chance for you to test the Grado at least, the SR60i? I think you might like it hehe! Similar sound signature as SRH940 but warmer but A LOT less comfortable haha
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Any chance for you to test the Grado at least, the SR60i? I think you might like it hehe! Similar sound signature as SRH940 but warmer but A LOT less comfortable haha

I have tried SR60. I actually did like it. What let me off was the soundstage/imaging though. SRH940 has awesome imaging.

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I have tried SR60. I actually did like it. What let me off was the soundstage/imaging though. SRH940 has awesome imaging.
Indeed the imaging is really lacking for the Grado but it's good enough for listening music.. Definitely not for movie (tried it with Now You See Me). Soundstage is quite spacious already to me
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Indeed the imaging is really lacking for the Grado but it's good enough for listening music.. Definitely not for movie (tried it with Now You See Me). Soundstage is quite spacious already to me

Grado is one of the phones that I want to have, but never actually want it enough to buy it. It's great for rock/pop songs I have, but not for new age and easy listening. New age and easy listening needs some serious imaging ability.

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Grado is one of the phones that I want to have, but never actually want it enough to buy it. It's great for rock/pop songs I have, but not for new age and easy listening. New age and easy listening needs some serious imaging ability.

True as well! Two weeks to go till Annie's biggrin.gif
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True as well! Two weeks to go till Annie's biggrin.gif

Those should be good let us know how u like em~! 

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Those should be good let us know how u like em~! 

NO! I AM A SILLY HEAD FIER! I DONT SHARE MY POINT OF VIEW ON THE HEADPHONE THAT I OWN! BUY ONE AND TEST IT YOURSELF!

Nah... Just kidding xD sure will!
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NO! I AM A SILLY HEAD FIER! I DONT SHARE MY POINT OF VIEW ON THE HEADPHONE THAT I OWN! BUY ONE AND TEST IT YOURSELF!

Nah... Just kidding xD sure will!

I wish I could buy every headphone in the world to test them myself...

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