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Takstar Hi2050 vs Samson sr950

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They both have velour pads and are around the same price. I know that one is open and one is closed but still I would like to hear the opinions of someone how's had them. I've had experince with open headphones (Sony MDR-XD200) and I liked them, but also with closed  ( Superlux 651). I liked the open better but the closed ones were cheaper so I wouldn't know if closed headphones sound better if they are more expensive.

 

Thank You and I hope you can ansewer me.

 

Felixote

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If you like bassy headphones you may like the sr950, i've it. In terms of confort out of the box you should do a van damme split with this headphone for a couple of days cause of the heavy clamp. I did it with my gaming case. I you have ''large ears'' just avoid the sr950.

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Hi,

 

Takstar Hi-2050 are on the bright side of neutral, so they really shine with high quality recordings but you may find them a bit to bright and sibilant with poorly recorded/mastered music, specially (modern/compressed) vocal recordings. With good recordings this headphones sound very good, amazing for the price. Probably best headphones for strings at their price point

 

Best Luck!

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