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post #7741 of 7993
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Originally Posted by torta View Post
 

Hi, How is comfort/seal for those who wear glasses?

I find that they seal perfectly with my glasses. The comfort is also quite nice. 

post #7742 of 7993
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Originally Posted by Byronb View Post

I find that they seal perfectly with my glasses. The comfort is also quite nice. 
+1 Yes the few times I have worn glasses with the Alpha dogs, the cans would seal perfectly and sounded great.
post #7743 of 7993

I mostly agree with the above posts regarding glasses.  Still, at some point, I end up putting the ear pieces on top of the cushions, rather than have them smashed by the pads.  It just works out better and more comfortable for me.  That said, they are pretty comfortable even smashed against my head.  The alpha pad is like a giant pillow / seal.  Greatly comfortable headphones.

post #7744 of 7993
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Originally Posted by aamefford View Post
 

I mostly agree with the above posts regarding glasses.  Still, at some point, I end up putting the ear pieces on top of the cushions, rather than have them smashed by the pads.  It just works out better and more comfortable for me.  That said, they are pretty comfortable even smashed against my head.  The alpha pad is like a giant pillow / seal.  Greatly comfortable headphones.

+1  When I wear my glasses I put the ear pieces over the pads as well.

post #7745 of 7993
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+1  When I wear my glasses I put the ear pieces over the pads as well.


Lifehack, you guys just made my life that much better ahah.

post #7746 of 7993
Well all I shall go put on my alpha dogs and go watch "Good Morning Vietnam" in remembrance of Robin Williams, who has died. Please take care.
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Bummer man...
post #7748 of 7993
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Well all I shall go put on my alpha dogs and go watch "Good Morning Vietnam" in remembrance of Robin Williams, who has died. Please take care.

He was my favorite comedian of all times. Always admired the speed of his mind. 

post #7749 of 7993
RIP Robin Williams, hopefully he is finally at peace.
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He was my favorite comedian of all times. Always admired the speed of his mind. 

I went to the same high school he did about 10 years after he did.... Rumor had it he used to walk around with a briefcase chained to his wrist.
post #7751 of 7993

Would the Mad Dog Pro be better if you want more of a bass slanted can vs Alpha or can the Alpha deliver equally deep bass without bleeding in the mids ? I love the look of the AD cans, but sound sig first obviously.

post #7752 of 7993
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Originally Posted by Lohb View Post

Would the Mad Dog Pro be better if you want more of a bass slanted can vs Alpha or can the Alpha deliver equally deep bass without bleeding in the mids ? I love the look of the AD cans, but sound sig first obviously.

You answered it smily_headphones1.gif
post #7753 of 7993

What about genres like reggae and hip-hop ... With bass port boosted? I quite enjoy this with fidelio X1 - what about AD?

post #7754 of 7993
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Originally Posted by Lohb View Post
 

Would the Mad Dog Pro be better if you want more of a bass slanted can vs Alpha or can the Alpha deliver equally deep bass without bleeding in the mids ? I love the look of the AD cans, but sound sig first obviously.

 

ZMF x Vibro ;)

 

 

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Originally Posted by torta View Post
 

What about genres like reggae and hip-hop ... With bass port boosted? I quite enjoy this with fidelio X1 - what about AD?

 

 

 

The Philips X1 has more bass than even a ported Alpha Dog - but the Alpha Dog is tighter and better controlled/extends deeper. The philips is more of a fun can while the Alpha sound signature is more neutral/serious business. 

post #7755 of 7993

Yes, there are extreme bass canon threads on this site (JVC etc), just looking for quality textured bass and lush mids.... treble there, but not grating/etched to add to the mini-collection.

Thanks.

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