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ATH M50 vs Somic Efi-82 Mt vs Superlux HD-681EVO vs Sony Mdr-1r

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Hi head-fiers.

I am in a search for crisp sounding headphones with a brutal soundstage.

ATH M50 vs Somic Efi-82 Mt vs Superlux HD-681EVO vs Sony Mdr-1r are some of the models I've been considering.

Can you help me which one to choose or propose another model ?

post #2 of 9

I have the m50s and they are crisp but the soundstage is not that good IMO.

post #3 of 9
Thread Starter 

Any other suggestion for a great soundstage ?

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Hi head-fiers.
I am in a search for crisp sounding headphones with a brutal soundstage.

What does that mean? Never heard soundstage referred to in this way before. smily_headphones1.gif
post #5 of 9

AKG K701, Sennheiser HD598, Beyerdynamic DT990. 

 

I don't know what you mean by 'brutal' soundstage, but the cans i listed above have the best stages in mid-fi category (at least among the headphones i heard). 

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What does that mean? Never heard soundstage referred to in this way before. smily_headphones1.gif

 

:D

I am not a native english speaker.

In my language brutal is very often used as a slang for something really good.

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Originally Posted by alexander321 View Post

In my language brutal is very often used as a slang for something really good.

Cool smily_headphones1.gif

Open headphones are your best bet for a big soundstage, but not good for isolation from your environment. Would open headphones work?
post #8 of 9

somic mh463; or i you willing to change highs for bass (since you leasted m50) somic mh489,

or if you prefer the revers (weak bass, but highs ok) takstars ts-671

post #9 of 9

Soundstage? The ATH-M50 and Superlux HD681 Evo aren't ideal for soundstage.

I suggest the Superlux HD668B if you want... brutal soundstage. :) The Somic MH463 has good soundstage too, but not exactly in the same manner as the HD668B. I wouldn't listen to orchestra with the MH463. If you want closed headphones with good soundstage, Superlux HD669.

--My bad... last post was on 10/2013. I only noticed it now--


Edited by SymphonyX7 - 3/15/14 at 6:05am
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