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post #31 of 36

How does it compares to ATH-M50? I quiet enjoy the M50.
I am not an audiophile as well but interested with this MF100. Would it be an upgrade over the M50?
List of headphones i have - ATH M50 (for general listening - slow rock, acoustic, folk, indie, Jazz) and Aiaiai TMA-1 (for heavier, electronica/dance music) and AKG K450 (sold - i hated the sound ....muddy and overblown bass)

post #32 of 36
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Originally Posted by astroid View Post

HD25 is much more in your face than these , I have never found the HD25 to be a very good can for listening to music , it's more of a tool.

Any chance you could compare the fit/clamp/general comfort of these with the HD25? thanks!

post #33 of 36

There has to be the obligatory HD25-1 ii comparison, particularly as mf-100's are much the same price (bit cheaper), astroid reckons the MF's are better than the Senns, but are they as portable? (the reason I'm pressing on this is that I really want to get the MF's ;-), and have to find a reason not to get the HD25's)

post #34 of 36
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Originally Posted by EvertonMint View Post
 

There has to be the obligatory HD25-1 ii comparison, particularly as mf-100's are much the same price (bit cheaper), astroid reckons the MF's are better than the Senns, but are they as portable? (the reason I'm pressing on this is that I really want to get the MF's ;-), and have to find a reason not to get the HD25's)


On portability issues, the headband of the MF-100 is sprung enough that, should you need to hang them round your neck while not listening, they will press in a bit. I listen about 99% at home, so that's not a problem for me.

 

My old Samsung portable didn't really have the oomph needed to listen on the move in a noisy environment, but plugged into my ADL Esprit, they are great!

post #35 of 36

What's the isolation like on these? I listen on public transport and I don't like sound leakage. Are they closed or open?

post #36 of 36
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Originally Posted by dcfac73 View Post
 

What's the isolation like on these? I listen on public transport and I don't like sound leakage. Are they closed or open?

They are a closed-back model, despite what looks like a grille on the outside. They sit on the ear, rather than around, so there will still be some leakage, but not a lot.

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