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Ultrasone vs. V-Moda vs. Denon vs. Audio Technica

post #1 of 16
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I am asking which headphones are best from each company. I researched around and it always brought me to this site for answers when im trying to choose. Now I have my head confused on whicb to get. I see recomondations for ultrasone when im looking at vmoda then see recommondations for denon when im looking at ultrasone and back around. So I really need to find out which is the best.
P.S. I need this before Christmas.
Thank you

Happy listening:)
post #2 of 16
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Anyone.......?
post #3 of 16

Heya,

 

Depends on what you want to hear.

 

Very best,

post #4 of 16
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I like to listen to dubstep and rap/hiphop and sometimes pop
post #5 of 16
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Not to spam or anything but i forgot to include sennheiser as one of the choices.
post #6 of 16
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Anyone willing to do this challenge
post #7 of 16

Heya,

 

What's your budget?

Do you want bright treble, or normal treble?

Do you want some extra bass, or gobs of extra bass? Or do you want it to be fairly neutral but capable?

Does it need to be closed back or do you want open air?

What will you be plugging these into to listen?

For home use or portable use?

 

Very best,

post #8 of 16
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Originally Posted by BlackDynamite View Post

I like to listen to dubstep and rap/hiphop and sometimes pop


Short answer:  If your budget is unlimited, you want the Ultrasone Signature DJ.  If your budget is around $300, you want the V-Moda M-100.

post #9 of 16
Thread Starter 
To answer ur questions
My budget is really undecided but its anything below 500 but it has to be durable.
I would like normal treble but i heard treble and bass together increases the volume.
Some bass would be okay.
It can be either but comfortable and good isolation.
I would be using them on phones tablets and computers
and it would be for mobile and home.
Im not eally sure between vmoda100 or the ultrasone signature

Happy listening smily_headphones1.gif
Edited by BlackDynamite - 11/6/13 at 10:34am
post #10 of 16
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Originally Posted by BlackDynamite View Post

To answer ur questions
My budget is really undecided but its anything below 500 but it has to be durable.
I would like normal treble but i heard treble and bass together increases the volume.
Some bass would be okay.
It can be either but comfortable and good isolation.
I would be using them on phones tablets and computers
and it would be for mobile and home.
Im not eally sure between vmoda100 or the ultrasone signature

Happy listening smily_headphones1.gif


Since the Ultrasone Signature DJ is $1,000 and it sounds like bass along with overall sound quality is important to and you want something portable, I give my highest recommendation for the M-100 based on your needs and budget.  V-Moda has a 60-day return if you don't like them.  You should also check out that thread for more feedback.

post #11 of 16
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Originally Posted by BlackDynamite View Post

To answer ur questions
My budget is really undecided but its anything below 500 but it has to be durable.
I would like normal treble but i heard treble and bass together increases the volume.
Some bass would be okay.
It can be either but comfortable and good isolation.
I would be using them on phones tablets and computers
and it would be for mobile and home.
Im not eally sure between vmoda100 or the ultrasone signature

Happy listening smily_headphones1.gif

 

Heya,

 

Denon D600

Vmoda M100

Logitech UE6000

AKG K267

 

Very best,

post #12 of 16
Thread Starter 

So out of those four which would you recommend the most for the least leak in sound. I like to blast my music but i dont want others to hear.

 

Happy Listening :)

post #13 of 16
Check out the new NAD HP-50 ...wink.gif
post #14 of 16
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Originally Posted by BlackDynamite View Post
 

So out of those four which would you recommend the most for the least leak in sound. I like to blast my music but i dont want others to hear.

 

Happy Listening :)


The Logitech would probably leak the least, but by a small margin.

post #15 of 16
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can anythig beat logitech in sound quality and the least leakage

(my spelling is off today)

 

Happy Listening :)

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