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Involving , natural sounding , open back headphones that can be driven by O2

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Hi :D

I'm selling my Westone 4r IEM to buy a better full size headphone. I liked the sound signature of those phones maybe a tad to dark for my liking. My budget is around 650 dollars and I was looking at the Beyerdynamic t90 as it seems to be exactly on the max. price for me and is good for its price ? Anything in the budget can surpass it if we're considering mostly Imaging&Soundstage,Separation + Natural sound ? 


Edited by lup1 - 11/13/13 at 8:30am
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I would take a listen to the AKG K712 too.  I really enjoy my set and find them extremely good for an open headphone.

post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 
Has anyone here tried the t90 ?
post #4 of 6
I have the T90s and O2 but I use a OTL tubeamp instead of the O2. Try asking adydula. He has the T90s and output via O2. You've expressed a concern with the W4Rs being bright, the T90s are bright as well so be warned. If you can find somewhere to try, I'd do that first.
Edited by MrEleventy - 11/13/13 at 6:29am
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Philips Fidelio X1's.

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Thread Starter 

Oh god  I really meant Dark...now I have corrected it , in no way do I consider the w4r being bright ;DD Now im really thinking more about the Hifiman HE-400 and Sennheiser 650 but I think I will go with the HE. I dont have money to buy any of those awesome expensive synergetic with 650 amps and the HE-400 seems to be good all-round and isnt yet so power hungry.

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