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post #31 of 493
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Originally Posted by Change is Good View Post
 

 

Not that we know of. I'm SHURE we can expect these to be release around the holidays.

 

Late November or early December... hopefully sooner

 

I'm sort of tempted to pre order them from Amazon (even if it says "out of stock")

 

I know right!?!?! LOL

I'm tempted to do the same...

post #32 of 493

^I'll do it if you do... :veryevil:

post #33 of 493

Hahaha!

Just wanted to say, it seems Moon-Audio receives their first batch tomorrow... ... ...

SUPER tempted... If they arrive at major retailers as well, I'll probably bite. But I'll use somewhere when I can pay via Paypal... 

post #34 of 493
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Hahaha!

Just wanted to say, it seems Moon-Audio receives their first batch tomorrow... ... ...

SUPER tempted... If they arrive at major retailers as well, I'll probably bite. But I'll use somewhere when I can pay via Paypal... 

i wana buy them to have fun but i have TH900, kind of sad that i can't enjoy the hype XD so what will i do is getting it for my GF >=) like that paying the 500$ won't be a bad idea XD i will feel like i enjoyed it too :3 

post #35 of 493

Okey, okey another flagship headphone from Shure. I will wait for more comparison among Mad Dog, Alpha Dog and this one. If I buy this one then I do not need to have a serious powerful amp to drive Mad Dog or Alpha Dog, but the price of Shure SRH1540 is near Alpha Dog which is Jude's favourite headphone now.

post #36 of 493

Be interesting to hear the 1540, Alpha Dog, W1000x and TH600 compared. I've owned the W1000x, TH600 and now have the TH900. Color me interested in this though as a present for the GF.

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side tot:

is it possible for a 40mm driver to get down to 5hz? psychologically my mind cant accept that...

though i have the pro900...haaa.  Always felt better having a 50mm or 53mm..psychologically..

i aint no scientist.  What do u guys think? 

post #38 of 493
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side tot:

is it possible for a 40mm driver to get down to 5hz? psychologically my mind cant accept that...

though i have the pro900...haaa.  Always felt better having a 50mm or 53mm..psychologically..

i aint no scientist.  What do u guys think? 

 

Yeah I think it could... 

Have I HEARD one rumble a bit (or try to struggle) at 5Hz? Ermmm. No!

Probably at 10Hz and that's with volume cranked... 15Hz is doable by most of the bass heavy headphones I've tried.

post #39 of 493
First look: Awesome. Dunno whether these come with supreme quality as the price is too high (checked it on Amazon).
post #40 of 493

First look: Awesome. Dunno whether these come with supreme quality as the price is too high (checked it on Amazon).

post #41 of 493
I am wondering how these will compare to the 3.2 MDs as far as sound signature goes. I wanted to upgrade to the ADs but they are not warm enough to my likings (from what I'm reading) for a closed headphone.


Going off Jude's description, these may be just what I am looking for.
Edited by Change is Good - 10/25/13 at 1:51am
post #42 of 493

When will available in Europe?

It's gonna be perfect Christmas gift for me...:wink_face:

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Im looking for new  pair of noninear headphones and I was argueing Alphadogs or He-400, and how this.. I wonder how they stack against eachother ;_; any insight  appreciated <.<

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I'm also curious to know how they stack against the AlphaDog. If the AD really is king of neutrality, wouldn't that make it the idea monitor (except for the weight of it)?

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Originally Posted by Change is Good View Post

I am wondering how these will compare to the 3.2 MDs as far as sound signature goes. I wanted to upgrade to the ADs but they are not warm enough to my likings (from what I'm reading) for a closed headphone.


Going off Jude's description, these may be just what I am looking for.

 

Probably not... and hopefully not?? ;-)

I pretty much enjoy Shure's "house" sound and would definitely like it to be different than the Mad Dogs and Alpha's.

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